Turkey Bowl champions

Here is a list of Turkey Bowl champions since 1924.

2006: Lincoln

2005: Lincoln

2004: Lowell

2003: Washington

2002: Lowell

2001: Galileo

2000: Washington

1999: Washington

1998: Galileo

1997: Washington

1996: Galileo

1995: Lowell

1994: McAteer

1993: Wilson

1992: Galileo

1991: Balboa

1990: Galileo

1989: Galileo

1988: Galileo

1987: Washington

1986: Galileo

1985: McAteer

1984: Balboa

1983: Galileo

1982: Washington

1981: Galileo

1980: Balboa

1979: Lincoln

1978: Galileo

1976: Balboa

1975: Balboa

1974: Galileo

1973: Balboa

1972: Lowell

1971: Balboa

1970: Lowell

1969: Lincoln

1968: Balboa

1967: Balboa

1966: St. Ignatius

1965: Lincoln

1964: Washington

1963: St. Ignatius

1962: St. Ignatius

1961: Lowell

1960: Washington

1959: Polytechnic

1958: St. Ignatius

1957: Balboa

1956: St. Ignatius

1955: Polytechnic

1954: Mission

1953: Polytechnic

1952: Polytechnic*

1951: Polytechnic

1950: Commerce

1949: Polytechnic

1948: Polytechnic

1947: Polytechnic

1946: Polytechnic

1945: St. Ignatius

1944: Polytechnic

1943: Lincoln

1942: Lowell

1941: Lowell

1940: Polytechnic

1939: Lowell

1938: Galileo

1937: Polytechnic

1936: Mission

1935: Polytechnic

1934: Galileo

1933: Galileo

1932: Mission

1931: Polytechnic

1930: Mission

1929: Mission

1928: Lowell

1927: Lowell

1926: Lowell

1925: Polytechnic

1924: Lowell

* Game was played on Saturday, Dec. 13, 1952

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