School Win Records

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These are the schools that have won the most total games at tournaments meeting the above criteria. When the school entered multiple teams in a tournament, all teams’ games are considered.

Rank School Location Tournaments Played Teams Entered Games Played Overall Record W%
1 Middlesex Middle Darien, Connecticut 28 159 1357 809–548 59.6%
2 Independence Newark, Delaware 32 127 1034 642–392 62.1%
3 Washington Middle Washington, Missouri 31 108 898 575–323 64.0%
4 Westmont Hilltop Middle Johnstown, Pennsylvania 21 100 931 498–433 53.5%
5 Barrington Middle-Station Barrington, Illinois 27 86 791 490–300–1 62.0%
6 St. Michael Livonia, Michigan 32 99 848 481–367 56.7%
7 Mounds Park St. Paul, Minnesota 30 90 711 448–263 63.0%
8 River Trail Middle Johns Creek, Georgia 28 79 624 426–198 68.3%
9 St. John's Houston, Texas 29 86 687 425–259–3 62.1%
10 West Middle Columbia, Missouri 19 68 580 394–186 67.9%
11 St. Mary's Visitation Elm Grove, Wisconsin 30 100 882 388–494 44.0%
12 T. H. Rogers Houston, Texas 32 73 591 366–220–5 62.4%
13 Longfellow Middle Falls Church, Virginia 24 53 493 365–128 74.0%
14 Kealing Middle Austin, Texas 25 52 494 360–133–1 73.0%
15 St. Mark's School of Texas Dallas, Texas 26 76 571 353–213–5 62.3%
16 Black Mountain Middle San Diego, California 20 66 572 351–221 61.4%
17 Detroit Country Day Beverly Hills, Michigan 27 69 614 349–265 56.8%
18 Fulmore Middle Austin, Texas 29 91 671 341–328–2 51.0%
19 Chamblee Middle Chamblee, Georgia 26 67 503 331–172 65.8%
20 Greenhill Addison, Texas 27 96 669 312–353–4 46.9%
21 Creekland Cherokee Canton, Georgia 27 61 487 311–176 63.9%
22 Quest Academy Palatine, Illinois 29 62 548 306–242 55.8%
23 Churchill Middle Carmichael, California 17 80 623 303–320 48.6%
23 Copley-Fairlawn Middle Copley, Ohio 25 60 490 303–187 61.8%
23 Annunciation Orthodox Houston, Texas 21 70 547 303–240–4 55.8%
26 Village Houston, Texas 28 84 590 301–283–6 51.5%
27 Meyzeek Middle Louisville, Kentucky 22 62 492 300–192 61.0%
28 North Gwinnett Middle Sugar Hill, Georgia 26 59 436 279–157 64.0%
28 Tenafly Middle Tenafly, New Jersey 23 62 487 279–208 57.3%
30 Challenger-Berryessa San Jose, California 30 66 521 278–243 53.4%
31 Midtown Classical Tallahassee, Florida 21 54 428 274–154 64.0%
32 Fairview Middle Tallahassee, Florida 23 54 445 270–175 60.7%
33 Pilot Grove Pilot Grove, Missouri 23 81 660 266–393–1 40.4%
34 Keith Country Day Rockford, Illinois 30 57 503 265–238 52.7%
35 Tuscumbia Tuscumbia, Missouri 34 88 660 264–396 40.0%
35 Emerson Ann Arbor, Michigan 17 52 472 264–207–1 56.0%
37 Cistercian Irving, Texas 18 54 413 254–158–1 61.6%
38 Nativity of Our Lord St. Paul, Minnesota 26 72 488 244–244 50.0%
39 Hallsville Hallsville, Missouri 21 49 411 243–168 59.1%
40 Oak Valley Middle San Diego, California 20 56 471 237–234 50.3%
41 St. Theresa's Austin, Texas 22 69 516 235–280–1 45.6%
42 Stratford-Sunnyvale Sunnyvale, California 22 48 393 230–163 58.5%
43 Somerset Somerset, Pennsylvania 16 53 499 226–273 45.3%
44 St. Patrick White Lake, Michigan 29 64 548 222–326 40.5%
45 Noe Middle Louisville, Kentucky 17 40 336 220–116 65.5%
46 Paideia Atlanta, Georgia 23 50 355 215–140 60.6%
47 Holy Family Austin, Texas 23 44 352 213–138–1 60.7%
48 All Saints Canton, Michigan 18 49 412 202–209–1 49.2%
49 Monrovia Middle Huntsville, Alabama 30 43 280 201–79 71.8%
50 St. Monica Dallas, Texas 29 68 469 200–265–4 43.1%
51 Kinkaid Houston, Texas 15 43 338 199–132–7 59.9%
52 Columbia Independent Columbia, Missouri 13 35 295 194–101 65.8%
53 Smith Middle Troy, Michigan 17 37 354 190–164 53.7%
54 St. Thomas' Episcopal Houston, Texas 23 61 438 187–248–3 43.0%
55 Duluth Middle Duluth, Georgia 24 51 334 185–149 55.4%
56 Newark Charter Newark, Delaware 11 41 298 182–116 61.1%
57 Harmony Excellence-Houston Houston, Texas 22 42 323 180–141–2 56.0%
58 Trickum Middle Lilburn, Georgia 22 39 280 178–102 63.6%
59 Beckendorff Junior Katy, Texas 12 54 364 176–185–3 48.8%
60 Teaneck Charter Teaneck, New Jersey 23 49 367 172–195 46.9%
61 Challenger-Ardenwood Newark, California 24 32 280 170–110 60.7%
62 Maclay Tallahassee, Florida 18 31 272 169–103 62.1%
62 Miami Valley Dayton, Ohio 15 28 251 169–82 67.3%
64 Winburn Middle Lexington, Kentucky 15 37 297 167–130 56.2%
64 Great Valley Middle Malvern, Pennsylvania 10 31 276 167–109 60.5%
66 Smith Middle Chapel Hill, North Carolina 28 47 240 166–74 69.2%
67 Pi-oneers Cupertino, California 18 22 200 157–43 78.5%
68 Gadsden Middle Gadsden, Alabama 30 45 263 155–108 58.9%
69 Benjamin Franklin Middle Ridgewood, New Jersey 23 37 284 154–130 54.2%
70 Berlin Brothersvalley Berlin, Pennsylvania 12 42 404 144–260 35.6%
71 St. Raymond Mount Prospect, Illinois 23 41 274 138–136 50.4%
71 Renfroe Middle Decatur, Georgia 20 37 267 138–129 51.7%
73 Carmel Valley Middle San Diego, California 17 30 257 137–120 53.3%
73 University School Hunting Valley, Ohio 13 35 275 137–138 49.8%
73 Webb Bridge Middle Alpharetta, Georgia 19 37 234 137–97 58.5%
76 Union Ridge Harwood Heights, Illinois 9 17 220 135–85 61.4%
77 Rosemont Rosemont, Illinois (near Chicago) 8 15 208 133–74–1 64.2%
78 Sacred Heart Homeschool Tallahassee, Florida 15 30 261 132–129 50.6%
78 Olentangy Hyatts Powell, Ohio 15 28 221 132–89 59.7%
80 Mannheim Middle Melrose Park, Illinois 10 18 233 131–102 56.2%
81 Edgewood Middle Mounds View, Minnesota 17 42 294 130–164 44.2%
82 River Grove River Grove, Illinois 8 16 214 129–84–1 60.5%
83 Marshall Middle San Diego, California 11 29 234 128–106 54.7%
84 Challenger-Strawberry Park San Jose, California 23 26 223 127–96 57.0%
85 Westminster Atlanta, Georgia 17 26 206 125–81 60.7%
86 Thurgood Marshall Rockford, Illinois 12 25 222 124–98 55.9%
87 Sullivan Middle Sullivan, Missouri 10 32 262 122–140 46.6%
88 Lincoln Middle Schiller Park, Illinois 11 19 236 121–115 51.3%
89 Hester Junior Franklin Park, Illinois 9 19 231 119–112 51.5%
89 Challenger-Sunnyvale Sunnyvale, California 17 26 213 119–94 55.9%
91 Arab Junior Arab, Alabama 23 36 174 118–56 67.8%
92 River Dell Middle River Edge, New Jersey 17 29 232 117–115 50.4%
93 Riversprings Middle Crawfordville, Florida 21 29 221 114–107 51.6%
93 Briarcliff Middle Mountain Lakes, New Jersey 14 37 261 114–147 43.7%
95 Henderson Middle Atlanta, Georgia 23 37 244 113–131 46.3%
95 Edmonson County Middle Brownsville, Kentucky 15 20 161 113–48 70.2%
97 Peirce Middle West Chester, Pennsylvania 7 31 257 112–145 43.6%
98 Manheim Township Middle Lancaster, Pennsylvania 12 20 179 111–68 62.0%
98 James Giles Norridge, Illinois 8 16 212 111–101 52.4%
100 Hunter New York 10 17 154 109–45 70.8%