In 2014, over 40 teams in VHSL had winning football records. The team with the highest rating was Ocean Lakes, with a 15-0 record. The next 4 most highly ranked teams that year were Centreville, Lake Taylor, Westfield and L.C. Bird.
The VHSL, or Virginia High School League, is a non-profit organization that provides interscholastic activities for the public high schools in the state of Virginia. The league includes 311 public schools in its membership, and has existed since 1913.
Ocean Lakes had winning football scores in each of its games, with two shutouts: a 69-0 showing against Tallwood and a 42-0 routing of Bethel. Ocean Lakes, L.C. Bird and Lake Taylor also went on to win the State Championship for their respective divisions.
Other teams with winning records in 2014 were Oscar Smith, Tuscarora, Highland Springs, Lake Braddock and Battlefield. Additional winners included Manchester, Salem, South County, Hermitage and Massaponax. The list also includes Frank Cox, Salem, Monacan, Stone Bridge and West Springfield. Many more made the list, including C.D. Hylton, Patriot, Norview, Colonial Forge and Heritage, as well as the teams from Indian River, Broad Run, Thomas Dale, Kings Fork, Liberty and more.
The most winning VHSL team of all time, through 2014, is Phoebus, with 186 wins and 22 loses.