Largest Losing Margin, Regular Season Games



RankDifferenceDateOpponentScoreLocationClick for details
154Fri, Sep 18, 1953WarrentonL0-54T[more]
Worst loss by point margin in Devil history. 2nd most points allowed (55 to WW in 2001)
247Thu, Nov 26, 1953Washington-WilkesL0-47H[more]
247Fri, Nov 4, 1966Warren CountyL0-47H[more]
3000+ spectators; L 2C runnerup; 2nd worst loss in L history
445Fri, Nov 3, 1972AquinasL0-45H[more]
541Fri, Sep 14, 1951WarrentonL0-41T[more]
Also reported as 10/14 - Sunday??
541Fri, Nov 9, 1951WaynesboroL0-41T[more]
541Fri, Sep 21, 2001Washington-WilkesL14-55T[more]
Lincoln County scored first early in the game, but it was all Tigers after that, as W-W dominated the Devils as has rarely been seen. The 55 points is the most ever against a team from Lincolnton. This game marks the first time since 1955 that the Tigers have defeated the Devils three consecutive times. This game was played a week later than originally planned due to the 9/11/2001 Terrorist Attacks on the USA.
840Fri, Sep 28, 1951WrightsvilleL0-40T[more]
939Thu, Sep 9, 1954Washington-WilkesL0-39T[more]
1038Fri, Sep 21, 1951LouisvilleL0-38H[more]
1038Fri, Nov 12, 1954WrensL0-38H[more]


In 11 games:

Winning Percentage: 0.000

Total scored: 14

Total allowed: 485

Average game: 1.27-44.09

Shutouts by Red Devils: 0

Shutouts by opponents: 10