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Colleton County HS snaps 36 game losing streak

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The Colleton County football team snapped a 36 game losing streak, dating back to November 2009, with a 40-37 win over Wando Thursday night.

It was the longest losing streak in AAAA football.

The Cougars led 20-7 at the half in Walterboro before the Warriors mounted a comeback.  Wando RB Kenny Waring scored in the 4th quarter to give the Warriors a 30-26 lead.

Colleton County got a go-ahead touchdown when Ramon Hall hit Bruce Holmes for six.  On the next series, Cougars LB Tristan Pontoon picked off a Bailey Hart pass and returned it for a touchdown and 40-30 Cougars lead.

Wando would score late but could not recover the on-sides kick.  Colleton County was able to run out the clock and end a losing streak that dated back 4 years.

40-37 the final.

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