The Bangor Rams set Maine high school baseball history Saturday when they beat Gorham for a fifth straight Class A state championship. But what about other long title winning streaks in Maine high school history.

It is not always apples to apples in comparing sports titles but here are a few of the longest state championship streaks in Maine...

> First of all, the Rams sports history is rich with streaks. Baseball won four straight titles from 1994-97...The boys swim team won six straight states from 2007 to 2012...The swim team has another run of five titles from 1998-2002...The girls swim team also has a five year state title run.

> Old Town boys swimming may be the current record holder with 14 Class B state titles from 1985 to 1998.

>  St. Dom's hockey team owns an 11 year run of state championships, from 1947 to 1957 in Class B.

>  The best current streak belongs to the Wayneflete boys tennis team. Another Class C state title earlier in the spring gives them 11 straight championships, starting in 2008.

>  The Waterville girls outdoor track team owns a nine year title win streak, from 2007 to 2015.

>  The Cheverus girls indoor track team won eight straight championships from 2005 to 2012.

>  The Skowhegan field hockey team owns an eight year streak of state titles in Class A. The team won championships from 2001-2008. Skowhegan has also won 15 of the last 17 titles.

In wrestling, Sanford and Noble teams have eight year title streaks. Sanford from 1961 to 1968 and Noble from 1999 to 2006

>  The Valley boys hoops team holds the basketball record with six straight Class D titles from 1998-2003.

* Championship information provided by MPA