AVON — Greenfield-Central continued its winning ways, adding to school milestones and records with a 54-50 victory over Avon at Avon High School Saturday.

The Cougars, ranked No. 6 in the Indiana Basketball Coaches Association poll, hit the 20-win milestone for the second straight season. G-C is 20-0 and the only remaining unbeaten team in the state.

The Cougars won a school-record 21 games last season and finished 21-2.

On Saturday, along with extending their school-record winning streak to 20 games, the Cougars won their 38th consecutive regular-season contest.

Saturday’s win was also head coach Luke Meredith’s 82nd as head coach, making him the winningest coach in program history.

In a win Friday, at home over Franklin County, the Cougars broke last year’s 18-game winning streak and Meredith tied Cliff Hawkins, who went 81-72 from 1985-92, as the program’s winningest coach.

Meredith is 82-32 in five seasons as G-C’s head coach.

In the win over the Orioles, junior all-state candidate Braylon Mullins scored a game-high 32 points.

He got the Cougars off to a great start. He had 14 of the team’s 16 first-quarter points. Tied 16-16 after one, the Cougars led 28-26 at halftime and 42-35 heading into the fourth quarter.

Mullins had 18 first-half points and 26 after 3. He finished with a team-high four 3-point field goals.

Braden Robertson and Boston Willard scored seven points apiece. Cooper Robertson had four points and Dallas Freeman and Jacob Hinton each had two points.

Greenfield-Central will try to tie the school record for wins in a season Saturday at Martinsville (3-16). The team’s final regular-season game is Wednesday, Feb. 21, at home, against Perry Meridian (4-17).

Avon (12-9) hosts Danville (17-1) Tuesday in a rematch of the Hendricks County tournament championship game, won by the Orioles.