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Image of twof female basketball players at a center jump with ball high in the air and the word Futuristic above them. High in the air on the left is said to be Olympics hopeful Bille Van Bremen of the EMporium team, on the right is Lil Leahy, Mauretian. Both of the Catholic Girls Club League of San Francisco. From the San Francisco Examiner, San Francisco, California, March 4, 1932.
Billie Van Bremen, Emporium (l.) & Lil Leahy, Mauretian (r.), Catholic Girls Club League, San Francisco, Cal. 1932

New! The Articles and images of very early women's full court basketball!!

The Complete list of all 30 Game Winners in organized baseball history!!

 Women Basketball Players who have scored 49 points or more in a single-game on the Women's Basketball Pioneers page!!!
List of all players to hit 49 home runs or more in one season in the history of organized baseball.
List of all players to kick a field goal of 60 yards or more in the history of (American) football.
(above list contains the Female Place-kicking & Drop-kicking Records)
See the Long Punts Page!!!
THE GENTLE ART OF PUNTING; MEMBERS OF THE GIRLS' FOOTBALL TEAMS of Gustavus Adolphus College, at St. Peter, Minn., Out for Practice. New York Times 11/19/1924.
“The Gentle Art of Punting; Members of the Girls' Football Teams”, Gustavus Adolphus College of St. Peter, Minn., N.Y. Times 11/9/1924

Article from The Washington Post, November 24, 1905, titled GIRLS BREAT BOYS ON GRIDIRON/Military Academy Team Defeated by Hillside Seminary Eleven/South Norwalk, Conn.  Nov. 23 -- Girl football players of Mrs. M.E. Mead's Seminary, Hillside, defeated the second eleven of the Overlook-Selleck Military Academy, of Norwalk, yesterday, by a score of 12 to 0.  The academy has voted to take its colors and letters from the beaten boys for a month as a punishment./Played in regulation style and costume, the game was witnessed by the Rev. George Drew Egbert, of the Norwalk Congregational Church, and other.  Edward H. Gumbart, superintendent of public schools, and professors from the academy acted as officials./The girls showed superior knowledge of the game.  Basket-ball had trained their nerves and muscles, and when they rushed, it was with surprising strength and determination.  They were fleet of foot and made two touchdowns.  Miss Mary Rider, captain, and the heaviest girl on the team, played center, and showed herself an adept at kicking goals.

•• Go to List of all 100-point football games!! (teams with 100 pts. or more in one game.)

One-Armed Man Leads In Batting Plays Football/The Hutchinson Gazette, Hutchinson, Kansas, August 4, 1917/A one-armed ballplayer leads all his colleagues in batting on a semi-pro team at South Windham, Me./ He is Charles Foley, an outfielder who lost his arm in a trolley accident 10 years ago./ He did not allow the accident to discourage him and kept on playing ball, with the result that he has hit .425 this season. He has also accepted 26 chances without an error, stolen 13 bases and made four sacrifice hits./  Foley does not confine his athletic energies to baseball. He plays basketball and football and runs 100 yards in close to 10 seconds.

I am looking for information on Maggie Riley and the Devil Dogs, her traveling baseball team.
Picture from article from April 4, 1925 edition of The (Nassau) Daily Review, of Maggie Riley, female baseball player, swing for the fences. Here Devil Dogs were to play against the local Hempstead nine.
The (Nassau) Daily Review, April 4, 1925

NEW!!! The Women Baseball Players in Men's Baseball list.

Edith Houghton, female professional baseball player, 1921-1931. As first baseman, with glove, on Philadelphia Bobbies, 1921-25.        Image and article about the 'Female Babe Ruth' from October 1922. Rose Laumann played for a Washington, Missouri amateur baseball team in the County League of Feminine Baseball. She hit 5 home runs in one game.


Early Woman Radio Baseball Reporter
AP photo of early woman baseball reporter (radio show at KMOX, St. Louis, for four years as of 1965. Interviewing then St. Louis Cardinals manager, Red Schoendienst. From The El Paso Times, El Paso, Texas, February 18, 1965.
Radio baseball reporter, Taffy Wilber, interviewing St. Louis Cardinals manager Red Schoendienst in February 1965. She'd been host of her own radio show at KMOX for four years at the time.

Year by year records of professional baseball teams in:

Asbury Park Sea Urchins       Atlantic City, N. J.       Augusta, N.J.
Bergen Cliff Hawks (East Rutherford) [Atlantic League expansion team]                 Bloomingdale, Conn.
Bridgeport, Connecticut       Bristol, Conn.             Camden, N.J.
Catskill, N.Y.                Danbury, Conn.             Derby, Conn.                 Elizabeth, N.J.                  
Easton, Pa.                   Fishkill, N.Y.             Fresh Meadows, Queens,NY   
Glens Falls, N.Y.             Hartford, Conn.            Hudson, N.Y. 
Islip, N.Y.                   Jersey City, N.J.          Kingston, N.Y.
Lakewood, N.J.                Long Branch, N.J.          Maspeth, Queens, N.Y.
Meriden, Conn.                Mountaindale, N.Y.         New Britain, Conn.
New Brunswick,N.J.            New City, N.Y.             New Haven, Conn.           
N.J. Jackals (Little Falls)   New York Federals          Newark, N.J.               
Newburgh, N.Y.                Norwalk, Conn.             Norwich, Conn.             
Nyack, N.Y.                   Ossining, N.Y.             Paterson, N.J.             
Peekskill, N.Y.               Perth Amboy, N.J.          Port Chester, N.Y.         
Poughkeepsie, N.Y.            Pomona, N.Y.               Seneca Falls, N.Y.            
Somerset, N.J.                Stamford, Conn.            Staten Island, N.Y.           
Torrington, Conn.             Trenton, N.J.              Washington, N.J.              
Waterbury, Conn.              West Haven, Conn.          Yonkers, N.Y.
•An Atlantic League expansion team is planned for Hempstead, N.Y. pending planned stadium.
•The Garden State Grays were a travel team in 2015, with no home games.
Image of catcher, Miss Gene Ferreira, Whiteway Rainbows. 'OUTSTANDING CATCHER of the Women's Jungle Ball League at the Honolulu Stadium is Miss Gene Ferreira (above) of the Whiteway RAinbows.  She's seeing action currently in the Pacheco Cup jungle ball series which started Monday night', shown squatting and catching a  baseball. From the Honolulu Star-Bulletin, August 7, 1947.

Minor League teams in Brooklyn.
Minor League teams in New York City.
Brooklyn in the Players League
New York City in the Players League
Brooklyn in the Federal League
Newark in the Federal League

Article from The Bakersfield Morning-Echo, October 5, 1919, titled: OHIO TEAM WINS SEMI-PROFESSIONAL PENNANT/ AMBRIDGE, Pa.,  Oct. 4.-- The Hoover company baseball team of Canton, Ohio, won the semi-professional [base]ball championship of the United States here today by defeating the American Bridge company, 6 to 5.  The game was the final of the American Baseball Federation.

The Bushwicks (Semi-pro)
Metropolitan Baseball Association (semi-pro league)

Negro” Teams
(Organized baseball in the United States was segregated until 1947.)
Atlantic City Bacharach Giants (ECL): records found on the Atlantic City Professional Baseball page
Brooklyn Eagles (NNL)
Brooklyn Royal Giants (ECL)
New York Black Yankees (Paterson/Randall's Is.) (NNL)
: records found at the Paterson Professional Baseball page
New York Black Yankees (Cedarhurst)
New York Lincoln Giants
New York Cuban Stars (NNL)
Newark Eagles (ECL & NNL)
: records found at the Newark Professional Baseball page
Pennsylvania Red Caps of New York (team representing Pennsylvania Station, N.Y. Red Caps • played later home games at Freeport Municipal Stadium) 1917-18, 1920, 1925-28, 1930-34

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Dave Myers thumbnail
Dave Myers, Black Quarterback, New York University, 1929
•The 1926 Champion Fort Hamilton integrated football team.
Newspaper article from The Saratogian, August 23, 1963, titled Grid Game Switched Over Segregation.
• Read about this Civil Rights protest on the New York Titans page.
• Read excerpts from turn of the century attempts to integrate college football.

Game by game historical records for the following NYC area colleges & club football teams:

  For non-amateur, go to: Semi-pro and pro football teams
ASA College Brooklyn post-season records
Adelphi University & Bellevue Medical College
Brooklyn Poly Browne's Business College
Brooklyn College (Brooklyn Centre C.C.N.Y.) Bryant & Stratton Business College
College of the City of New York (CCNY) Columbia University
Columbia Col. of Physicians & Surgeons Columbia Law School
Concordia College (Bronxville)
Cooper Union Crescents Athletic Club of Brooklyn
Entre Nous Club of Paterson Fairleigh Dickinson University
Fordham University General Theological Seminary
Hofstra Iona College
Jersey City State (NJ State) King's Point Merchant Marine Academy
Long Island College Hospital Long Island University (Brooklyn)
Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church Manhattan Beach Coast Guard Training Station
Manhattan College Mitchel Field
Nassau Collegiate Centre Nassau Community College post-season
New York/Long Island Aggies/SUNY(Farmingdale)  New York College of Law
New York Maritime College New York Tech (NYIT)
New York Theological Seminary New York University
NYU Law School Orange Athletic Club
Pace College/University Panzer College
C.W. Post
Pratt Institute Queens College (NY)
St. Francis College (Brooklyn) St. John's University (Bklyn./NY)
St. Peter's College (Jersey City) Seton Hall University
Stevens Institute of Technology SUNY-Stony Brook
Upsala College Varuna Boat Club (Bay Ridge)
Wagner College Willet's Point Engineers Corp School
    • Military teams:
        • Army bases:
Brooklyn Army Base Camp Kilmer
Camp Merritt Camp Upton
Fort Adams (NY) Fort Dix
Fort Hamilton Fort Hancock
Fort Jay/Fort Columbus (Governor's Island) Fort Michie
Fort Monmouth Fort Schuyler {see NY Maritime Col.}
Fort Slocum Fort Terry
Fort Tilden Fort Totten {see Willet's Point Eng. Sch.}
Fort Wadsworth Fort H.G. Wright
Miller Field (Army AF/Tank Corp) Mitchel Field
Signal Corps Photographic Center at Astoria
        • Navy bases & ships:
Atlantic City NAS Bayshore Naval Air Station
Bensonhurst Naval Base/Reserves, Base 6, at Fort Lafayette (see Bay Ridge Militia)
Brooklyn Naval Hospital Brooklyn Navy Yard
Floyd Bennett Field Hoboken Naval Transport/Port of Embarkation Depot
Lakehurst Naval Air Station Pelham Bay Naval Reserves
Rockaway Naval Air Station Hospital U.S.S. Amphitrite
U.S.S. Arizona U.S.S. Granite State (see 1st Bat., N.Y. Naval Militia)
U.S.S. Kearsarge U.S.S. Minnesota
U.S.S. Texas U.S.S. Wright
    • U.S. Naval Reserves team:
U.S. Naval Reserves at Montauk Point
    • New York National Guard teams:
7th Regiment, N.Y.N.G. (Park Ave at 66th St. Armory)
Company I, 14th Regiment, N.Y.N.G., Flushing Armory
Headquarters Troop, 1st Cavalry, N.Y.N.G. (Troop F), Staten Island Armory
    • New York State Naval Militia teams:
1st Battalion 2nd Battalion (Bay Ridge Militia)
6th Separate Division, New York Naval Militia, Whitestone Armory
    • New Jersey State Troopers:
Red Bank Cavavalrymen (Troop E)
    • Railroad teams:
Baltimore & Ohio Railroad (Philadelphia) Long Island Railroad (Long Island Tigers)
Pennsylvania Railroad YMCA at Philadelphia Philadelphia & Reading Railroad (Philadelphia)
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    • Prison team:
Sing Sing Black Sheep
New York Herald, 12/1/1893, picture of Princeton-Yale game at Manhattan Field, New York on Thansgivings Day.
Princeton 6 - Yale 0, Manhattan Field, 11/30/1893

All amateur football games (not including most High School games) at the following ballparks and stadiums:

Ashland Stadium, East Orange
Atlantic City Civic Auditorium
Berkeley Oval, The Bronx
Brotherhood Park, Manhattan
Dexter Park, Woodhaven
Eastern Park, Brooklyn
Ebbet's Field
Freeport Municipal Stadium
Giants Stadium, The Meadowlands, N.J.
Hawthorne Field, Brooklyn
Hilltop Park, Manhattan
Big games in Hoboken, N.J.
Jersey City ballparks
Lewisohn Stadium (non-CCNY games)
Manhattan Field
Metropolitan Park
Newark, New Jersey (various parks)
Orange Oval, Orange, N.J.
The Polo Grounds (I,II,III&IV)
Rice Stadium, Pelham Bay
Roosevelt Stadium, Jersey City
Roosevelt Stadium, Union City
Shea Stadium, Flushing, Queens
Thompson Field, Stapleton, Staten Island
Triboro Stadium {Downing Stadium), Randall's Island, NYC
Washington Park (I & II), Brooklyn
Washington Park (III), Brooklyn
Yankee Stadium

•Indoor Football played inside:
Madison Square Garden (I & II)
Other Early Indoor Football Games
The Atlantic City Convention Hall, the first indoor regulation football field.

some games played at Prospect Park Parade Grounds
some games played at Central Park
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Page with records of all Professional football teams in the New York area, including head to head rivalries.

Game by Game records of the following professional & semi-pro football teams:

The following three teams were briefly in the NFL!:

 Hartford Blues
 Orange AC Tornadoes
 Staten Island Stapletons

Minor League teams on Long Island:

 Bay Parkway (Brooklyn)
 Brooklyn Brooks 
 Brooklyn Bushwicks (See Dexter Park Pro Football)
 Brooklyn Eagles
 Long Island Bulls 
 Long Island Clippers (Independent)
 Long Island (Huntington) Giants
 Long Island Indians

Other Farm teams:

 Hempstead Alumni
 Long Island Jets

Minor League teams on Randall's Island:

 Brooklyn Dodgers

Other Minor League Teams:

 Jersey City Little Giants          New York Tigers       
 Newark Bears                       Newark Bombers 
 Paterson Panthers
Other pro football teams:
All-New Britain
Atlantic City Roses
Bayonne Vikings 
Brooklyn Bears
Brooklyn Mariners
Coney Island Blue Devils (MacMonigle's Blue Devils)
Hartford Charter Oaks, Hartford Knights, Hartford Crusaders
New York Sentinels & Hartford Colonials (United Football League)
Perth Amboy Clovers
Long Island Bears

Other Major League Pro Football Teams:
Brickley's New York Giants (Brooklyn Giants) (1919-1923)
Brooklyn Dodgers (1930-1948)   New York Yankees (1926-1928)   
Brooklyn Horsemen              New York Yankees (1936-1937)
Brooklyn Lions                 New York Yankees (1940-1941)
Brooklyn Tigers (AFL#2)        New York Yankees (1946-1949)
New York Americans             New York Bulldogs/Yanks

New York Giants (The Polo Grounds years: 1925-1955)
New York Giant- the Yankee Stadium years (Yankee Stadium was home field, 1956-1973)
New York Giants- the Yale Bowl years (1973-1974)
New York Giants at Shea Stadium (1975)
New York Titans & New York Jets (The Polo Ground years: 1960-1963)
N.Y. Titans & N.Y. Jets at New Haven, Connecticut (1962-1975)
New York Jets at Shea Stadium (1964-1983)
New York Jets at Yankee Stadium (1976)
The Polo Grounds used as a neutral field 
(1920 APFA game involving the Canton Bulldogs & the 1936 NFL Championship Game)

New York Stars (WFL 1974)

(some) Semi-Pro teams on (mostly) Long Island:

 Baldwin Alumni           Baldwin Buccaneers                Broad Channel Nut Club  
 Brooklyn Tigers (#1)    
 Cedarhurst Giants        Cedarhurst Wolverines 
 Cedarhurst Gaels         Cedarhurst Spartans.
 College Point F.C.       Freeport Lions                    Freeport Purple Riders    
 Glen Cove Sebas          Harways of Ulmer Park (Bklyn.)    Hempstead Alumni         
 Hempstead Monitors       Herkimer Athletic Association     Hicksville Field Club    
 Laurelton Jones Boys     Lindenhurst Indians (Lindians)    Locust Valley Yellowjackets       
 Long Island Chiefs       Long Island Gophers               Long Island Indians             
 Long Island Paragons     Long Island Rockets               Manhasset Red Birds                 
 Oceanside Fire Dept.     Oceanside/Long Island Anthonians  Rockaway White Elephants
 Valley Stream Red Riders Van Sicklens of Coney Island      Western Front of Glen Cove
 Westbury Vamps (F.D.)    Whitestone Warlows    
 Go to the List of College Teams that played in the Canadian Grey Cup Championship!!      
 See all  pro football games between Canadian and American teams!! 
 See Canadian Football League's American vs. Canadian teams.
 See all  college football game between Canadian and American teams!! [includes colleges v. semi-pro teams]
 See all  games between Canadian and American semi-pro and minor league games!!! 
 See the early international football games for the Moscow Bears!!
An Important 6-man Football Game
First International Football Game
Article titled 'Windham School Wins Easily In Stamford Match,' a 39-1 win over Stamford Collegiate of Niagara Falls, Ontario, the host. The game was played under a combination of Canadian and American rules (thus the 1 point total, from a rouge). From the October 7, 1940 edition of the Niagara Falls Gazette.
Some Football Bowl Games:
CanAm Bowl (1st international 6-man football game at Niagara Falls & the 6-a-side CanAm Bowl in Saskatchewan)
Can-Am Bowl (Tampa)
Cigar Bowl (Tampa)
Doughboy Bowl (Fort Benning, Georgia)
Ice Bowl (Anchorage, Alaska)
Missile Bowl • Rocket Bowl • Satellite Bowl
Optimist Bowl (Houston • Tucson)
Pineapple Bowl (Honolulu: Poi Bowl • Pineapple Bowl)
Prison Bowl (Sing Sing)
Rice Bowl (N.A.I.A.) (Stuttgart, Arkansas)
Grantland Rice Bowl
Salad Bowl (Phoenix)
Shamrock Bowl (A.A.F.C. All-Star Game)
Shrimp Bowl (Oleander Bowl • Galveston)
Stone Bowl (Washington State Penitentiary: Stone Bowl • Wheat Bowl)
Wheat Bowls (N.J.C.A.A. • Penitentiary • N.A.I.A.)

American Football outside North America (post-season):
EFL Bowl
EESL Championship [Belarus and Russia league, from 2019]
ELAF Bowl  [Belarus and Russia league, 2009-2016]
ELF Championship [European League of Football • From 2021]
Euro Cup [Euro Cup • EFAF Cup • EFAF Challenge Cup]
I.F.A.F. World Cup
I.F.A.F. Women's World Championships
N.F.L. Global Junior Championships & I.F.A.F. Junior (U-19) World Cup (IFAF Junior World Championships)
I.F.A.F. International Bowl (U19, U18, U17, U16, U15)
Jim Thorpe Trophy Game (American Football League of Europe)
Atlantic Cup (E.F.A.F. • G.F.L.I.)
Atom Bowl (Nagasaki, Japan)
Austral Bowl (Argentina•FAA Southern Bowl•Tazon Austral)
Australia (Capital Bowl•Great Southern Bowl•Gridiron West Bowl•Island Bowl•Opal Bowl•Summerbowl•Sunbowl•Tiger Bowl•Vic Bowl•Waritah Bowl•Women's Vic Bowl•WAGFL Championship)
Australian Gridiron League (National championships • National Gridiron League•Ladies Gridiron League•Women's Australian Gridiron League)
Austrian Bowl
Bacardi Bowl (Havana, Cuba • Rhumba Bowl)
Bahamas Bowl (N.C.A.A. 1-AA/FBS Bahamas Bowl)
Balkan Football League Final (BFL Final, from 2020. Croatia, Romania and Bosnia and Herzegovina)
Baltic Bowl (Baltic Sea League championship: Estonia, Latvia & Belarus)
Belgium Bowl
Bermuda Bowl (N.C.A.A. DIII Bermuda Bowl•Lily Bowl)
Boil Fish Bowl (Bahamas)
BNL (Belgium and Netherlands League)
Brittany (Bretagne) France (Ouest Bowl)
Bowl Chileno Chile (Chile Bowl)
China Bowl (China Bowl-Shanghai • Rice Bowl-Tsingtao)
CNFL (Chinese NFL • American Football League of China)
Conch Bowl (Bahamas & Key West • HBCUX Classic, Bahamas • Bahamas Bowl)
Costa Rica Super Bowl (Tico Bowl • Super Bowl of Costa Rica• • CRFL Bowl)
CroBowl (Croatian League of American Football)
Czech Bowl
Denmark (Mermaid Bowl)
Desert Bowl (Emirates American Football League)
Dust Bowl • Arab Bowl • Iranian Bowl (Algeria • Iran • Pakistan)
Egyptian Bowl • Pharaohs Bowl
Elite Bowl (American Football for India, Pakistan & Sri Lanka)
Finland (Maple Bowl)
France (Casque d'or/Casque de Diamant•Parc des Prince Bowl•Riviera Bowl)
Great Britain (Brit Bowl•Capital Bowl•Coffee Bowl•G.I. Bowl•Tea Bowl)
Great Britain 2 (BAFF•UKAFA•Steel Bowl•BGFL•Capital League/Capital Bowl•NWWCAFL•Thistle League•UKAFL•Caledonian Bowl•National Bowl•Crown Bowl•Big C•SGA Bowl)
Global Bowl (international bowl played by Team Stars & Stripes)
Global Kilimanjaro Bowl (football played in Africa)
Hungarian Bowl
Ireland & Northern Ireland (Shamrock Bowl•Potato Bowl•Wild Geese Classic•Christopher Columbus Classic•Emerald Isle Classic•Shamrock Classic•Croke Park Classic) 
Israel (Israel Bowl)
Italy (Italian Super Bowl•Spaghetti Bowl•Eleven Bowl•Peninsula Bowl•Baby Bowl)
Japan (Koshien Bowl • Japan X Bowl • Ocean Bowl • Rice Bowl)
U.S. Armed Services in Japan (Army Pacific Olympics•Atom Bowl•Cherry Bowl•Rice Bowl•Sukiyaki Bowl)
Korea (Gwanggaeto Bowl•Kimchi Bowl)
LIPFAn Final (Nicaraguan American Football league championship game)
Mexico (Mexico Bowl)
Monte Clark Cup (Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Belarus, Russia, Ukraine)
Netherlands (Tulip Bowl • Holland Bowl)
New Zealand (Capital Bowl•Kiwi Bowl)
NTFL Championship Game (National Tico Football League, Costa Rica)
Philippines (Manila Bowl • Bamboo Bowl)
Philippines American Football
Ro-Bowl (Romanian Bowl)
Scandinavian Cup (Denmark, Norway & Sweden competition)
Scotland (SGA Bowl•Capital Bowl•Caledonian Bowl•Thistle League)
Serbian Bowl (Serbia & Montenegro)
Slo Bowl (Slovenia Football League)
Slovak Bowl (Slovakia Football League
South Pacific Islands (Dutch New Guinea • Guadalcanal • Guam • New Guinea • Okinawa)
Spain (Supercopa•SFL & AFL Championships•LNFA Championship•Copa de España)
Swiss Bowl [Swiss Football Association]
NSFL Bowl [National Swiss Football League]
Ukraine [FAFU Finals {tentative results)]
Uruguay [Liga Uruguaya de Football Americano • LUFA Finals]
WA Raiders [Australian international games]
WLAF • NFL Europe (World Bowl)
American football at the World Games

AAFL Bowl (Alpe Adria Football League- Croatia & Slovenia)
ASFA Bowl (El Salvador American Football Premier Championship game)
Alps Bowl (Italy v. Switzerland)
America's Women's Bowl (America's W Bowl)
Aztec Bowl (Silver Bowl•Confao•Mexico v USA•Mexico v Italy•Mexico v Uruguay)
Brazil Bowl (Brazil)
Women's Brazil Championships
Caribbean Bowl (Gustavus Adolphus College v. Cancun Lagartos, Mexico)
Caribbean Bowl (X-Cite Sports International Classic) (semi-pro bowl game, U.S. v. Costa Rica)
CEFL Bowl (SELAF Bowl•Central European Football League•Serbia•Slovenia•Hungary•Austria•Slovakia•Croatia•Turkey)
Central America Bowl (aka Mayan Bowl•Costa Rica v. Panama)
Independence Cup (Costa Rica v. Panama) [Friendship Bowl]
German Japan Bowl [also the International Challenge Bowl]
Kilimanjaro Bowl {NCAA DI v. Mexico}
Latino Bowl (Central AMerica Post-Season Game)
Montevideo Bowl (Brazil v Uruguay)
Pacific Bowl (Chile v. Peru)
Pacific-Atlantic Bowl (Chile v. Uruguay)
Silver Bowl (Argentina v. Uruguay)
Tropic Bowl {Costa Rica National team invitational}
Viking Line Bowl (Finland v. Sweden)
Women's Viking Line Bowl (Finland v. Sweden women)
Austrian women's Ladies Bowl
Costa Rica women's Grand Finals
Czech women's Rose Bowl
Finland Women's Maple Bowl
German women's Ladies Bowl•International Ladies Bowl
Italian women's Rose Bowl Italia
Go to the Swedish Women's National Championships

Consecutive Game Winning Streak, Football [National Record]
151 straight De La Salle High Boys' (Concord, Cal.) (151 straight) (1992-2005)
109 straight Independence High boys (North Carolina) (109 straight) (2000-2007)
104 straight Pahranagat Valley HS boys (Nevada) (104 straight) (2008-2016) 8-man football
 96 straight Sims High Boys (Union, S.C.) (96 straight) (1946-1954) [“Negro” school•not counting loss to semi-pro team in 1952] 76 straight Douglas High Boys (Oklahoma City) (76 straight) (1949-1956)
 93 straight Shattuck High boys (Oklahoma) (93 straight) (2003-2009)  8-man football
 72 straight Hudson High Boys (Michigan) (72 straight) (1968-1975)
 71 straight Jefferson City HS Boys (Missouri) (71 straight) (1956-1966)
 65 straight Pittsfield High boys (Illinois) (64 straight) (1967-1973) [64?]
 52 straight Massillon High boys (Ohio) (52 straight) (1938-1942)

Consecutive Game Unbeaten Streak, Football
 82 straight Bedford County Training School (Shelbyville, Tennessee) (78-0-4) (1942-1950) [also called 78 straight] [[“Negro” school]

•• Go to List of incredibly imbalanced football shutouts & 100-point games!!
Article from The Buffalo Times, Novemeber 29, 1908 titled GIRL REFEREED FOOTBALL GAME. Sophie Henry refereed a high school game in Toldeo, Ohio, between West Toledo and Lincoln, Nov. 18, 1908.
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    Some Basketball stuff:
Interesting Fact: In 1935, the basketball was reduced in size around 10%

Players Who Scored 100 Points or More in a Game
  (The 100 Points page also includes one-game scoring records for all NCAA, NAIA, AAU, NBA, ABA, international and much more)
   NOTE: From the 100 page you will discover separate pages with one game scoring records for a variety of leagues, levels & countries!

Consecutive Free Throw Records

Forgotten College National Champions (A.A.U. tournament 1920, 1924, 1925)
1951 National Campus Tournament (First Syracuse National Championship)

Eastern Intercollegiate Basketball Conference (Ivy League pre-cursor) Champions.

Picture of Jean Alluise, from The Long Island Press, March 9, 1942. Jean Alluise was a basketball player for the Minikins, a girls full-court basketball team that won the championship of the Long Island Girls League in 1941 and 1942. The picture is titled Feminine Flash, and reads: Jean Alluise of Springfield Gardens, staar of Kae Murphy's Minikins, will receive the Queens All-Sports award for girls' basketball at the fourth annual dinner-dance of the organization at the Queens Elk Club, March 28.

•Early New York area Professional Basketball Champions
New York Renaissance Records (1923-1950) including Post-Season games
Original Celtics Records (1915-1950)
Harlem Globetrotters Records including Post-Season games & Games against the Lakers.
(Harlem Globetrotters are from Chicago)
Early Integrated Pro Team:
Grumman Aircraft Company Basketball Records (1941-1945) including all games. [Flyers, Wildcats, Hellcats]
•New York Chuckles (Women's A.A.U.)

• Tyus Edney's 11 championships in 9 years!!

1/22/1907  University of Dayton 80 - Cedarville College 0
1907  Oregon Agricultural College 74 - Albany College 0
(Iowa Open Industrial League)
12/25/1926  Old Pal (Des Moines) 168 - Combat Train (Iowa National Guard) 0
2/16/1984  Blanche Ely High 153 - Pompano Beach High 0
(West Virginia)
1918  Shinnston High 136 - Weirton High 0
(State of New York)
1920  Conastoga High 115 - Camden High 0
Colton Parochial League (Buffalo, N.Y. region)
2/28/1952  Mohawks 114 - Elm Juniors 0
(Indiana Sectional Game)
1929  North Judson HS 104 - North Bend HS 0
10/29/1920  New Berlin High 100 - Loami High 0
Wayne County League (New York)
12/4/1925  Lyons High 100 - Macedon High 0
Binghamton Boys Club • 12 & 13 yrs. old (New York)
1/31/1951  Cemetery Angels 100 - Wizards 0
2/23/1924  Buhler High 98 - South Hutchinson HS 0
1906  Durfee HS (Fall River) 83 - New Bedford HS 0
Syracuse Boys Club Basketball League (N.Y.- 12 to 14 yrs.-old)
2/13/1942  St. Mary's 79 - St. Michael's 0  at St. Joseph Collegiate Gym
Buffalo Muny League • 125 Lb. Grant League (N.Y.)
2/9/1927  St. Anthony Juniors 75 - Orians 0  
12/7/1932  Astoria HS Junior Varsity 70 - Clatskanie HS J.V. 0
(College Freshmen v. Military team)
1/31/1920  Stanford Frosh 63 - Fort Scott 0
(Indiana Sectional Playoffs)
1927  Bedford High 61 - Fayetteville High 0
1/30/1941  Knox Presbyterian 58 - Mt. Oliver Lutheran 0
1922-23  Kingman High 52 - Port William High 0
(Florida Ybor City League)
1/31/1928  Tampa Y.M.C.A. 51 - Process Laundry 0
(Indiana Sectional Game)
1938  Springfield Township 51 - Fairview High 0
(Adams Police League) (Massachusetts)
12/11/1959  American Legion 51 - Transcript 0
12/1/1919  Mt. Carmel HS 50 - Mahanoy City HS 0
(Indiana Sectional Game)
1931  North Vernon HS 43 - Vernon High 0
(Washington state)
2/1/1952  Toutle Lake HS 35 - Adna HS 0
1943  Hardin HS 21 - Missouri Military Academy 0
1943  Batavia HS 3 at St. Charles HS 0
(Bremen Lüneburg District U10 League • Germany)
2/17/2013  MTV Tostedt a.K. 125 - BG '89 Rotenburg/Scheeßel II 0
(Hessen Kreisliga District Frankfurt U14 Vorrunde Mitte • Germany)
11/23/2014  Homburger TG 2 156 at FTG Frankfurt 0
(Lower Saxony Bezirksklasse D: Weser-Ems•Kr. Osnabrück U16 • Germany)
9/17/2016  SC Melle 203 at SV Bad Laer 0
For shut-outs involving women and girls, go to the Women's High Scoring Page!

Long winning streaks by date:
44  Original Celtics (44 straight)
88  New York Rens (88 straight, 1/1/1933-3/27/1933)
Men's College record progression:
15  Syracuse (15 straight, ends 2/24/1926)
23  Fordham “Wonder Five” (23 straight) (1928-1929)
25  Panzer College (25 straight, 1928-30; 2 seasons + 2 games in 1930)
24  St. John's “Wonder Five” (24 straight) (1930-1931)
43  New York University  (27 straight, 1933-1935, Eastern college record at time.)
43  Long Island University  (43 straight, 1935-1936, intercollegiate record at time.)
44  Panzer College (44 straight) (1939-1/4/1941, intercollegiate record at time.)
43  Seton Hall College (43 straight) (1939-3/22/1941, ties major college record at time.)
60  San Francisco (60 straight) (1955-57; two seasons), intercollegiate record at time.
88  U.C.L.A. (88 straight) (1970-74; 5 seasons), intercollegiate record
Women's College:
51  Manhattanville College Women's team (51 straight) (1933-2/19/1938)
88  U. of Winnipeg women (88 straight; over 3 seasons) (10/24/1992 73-57 win v. Alberta to 12/2/1994 63-64 loss v. Manitoba)
90  UConnecticut women (90 straight; over 3 seasons) (to 12/29/2010 loss 59-70 at Stanford)
111 UConnecticut women (N.C.A.A.) (111 straight) (2014-3/31/2017)
Boys High School Record:
159 Passaic High Boys' (the “Wonder Team”)(159 straight) (1919-2/6/1925, loss 35-39 to Hackensack High) [H.S. Boy's team record] (New Jersey)
Girls High School Record:
104 East Rutherford High Girls (104 straight) (1925-26 to 3/14/1933, then basketball discontinued due to scheduling difficulty) (New Jersey) [coach: Marian Hackbarth]

Zuzana Žirková, vetran of the Gambrinus Sika Brno Czech women's basketball team during their 256 game winning streak.

Other Long Winning Streaks:
Women's Pro Records:
  256 Gambrinus Sika Brno (Czech Republic women's Pro league) (256 straight) (Feb. 7, 1998 to Feb. 10, 2007, an 81-79 overtime loss to USK Prague)
  253 SCP Ruzomberok (Slovakia women's national Pro league) (253 straight) (1995-2003)

Article from The Lima News, Lima, Ohio, February 24, 1935, tirle PLAY BALL! Picture of Roy Van Graflan, and Gertrude Benczys. It reads: After arguing with hard-boiled ball players for seven years as an American League umpire, Roy Van Graflan, is comparitively peacefully occupied coaching a Rochester feminine baskerball tea,to one of the greaatest winning streaks ever recorded. His Filaret girls have won 97 out of 100 contests. He is shown above with the team captain, Gertrude Benczys. Van Graflan now is attached to the international league as an umpire.  Picture of Olga Hanchar, Captain of Rochester Filarets, from The Morning Herald, Hagerstown, Maryland, December 14, 1945. She was one of two who had been on the team from the beginning of the winning streak in 1937, the other being Mrs. Bernice Bielaski Riker, just released from the WACs. Other starters were 6-foot 4-inch center Dorothy Gulczewski, Freda Savona and Lymp Savona, her sister, and Susie Sponseller. Reserves included Doris Stockdale, just out of the WAVEs, and Brunhilda Sommers, a senior at Brockport State. The winning streak was at 170 straight.  Picture of Susie Sponsetter, Mainstay Of The Team, from The Kingston Daily Freeman, Kingston, New York, April 15, 1939. The winning streak was at 70 straight. Other starters on the team were Freda Savona, Rose Grucza, Olga Hanchar and Jen Deel, starters; Ann Sorochety, Bernice Bielaski and Irene Grzywinski were reserves. Hanchar and Savona were said to be on the championship Cleveland softball team.
The Rochester Filarets would win 202 straight, 1937 to 1949. (rosters can be seen by moving the mouse over the pictures to the right)

Other Notable Winning Streaks:
  823 Harlem Magicians, to 2/25/1968 loss, 88-90 at Troy Camaros [independent] (823 straight)
  252 Marques Haynes' Fabulous Magicians, to Nov. 1969 (252 straight) [Barnstorming independent]
  223 Mitchell College, 1987 to 1995 (223 straight regular season wins) [N.J.C.A.A.]
  218 Baskin High Girls (Louisiana) (218 straight) (loss in championship game, 1947 to 1/6/1953 loss)
  207 Fredericton HS junior boys (New Brunswick, Canada) (207 straight) (2006-2012)
  202 Rochester Polish Filaret Girls (A.A.U.) (202 straight) (12/12/1937-1949) (245 of 246) (553-12 record, 1933-'49) [played under boys' rules]
  175 St. Anthony's boys (Buffalo, N.Y. Muny League) (175 straight) (1924-1927)
  154 Monetta High Girls (South Carolina) (154 sraight) (1933 to 1940)
  154 Hanover High girls (Massachusetts) (154 straight) (1965-1975)
  147 Edmonton Grads (girls) (Amateur) (147 straight) (c. 1930s) (502-20, 1915-1940; 27-0 in 4 Olympics, 1924-1936)
  136 Em-Roe Sporting Goods (Indianapolis, Indiana amateur men) (136 or 122 straight) (7 seasons c.1913)
  135 Seward County Community College women (N.J.C.A.A.) (135 straight) (1995 to 2/28/2004)
  134 Duncanville HS Girls (Texas) (134 straight) (12/30/1987 to 3/1/1991)
  132 Taylor County HS Girls (Georgia) (132 straight) (3/3/1967 to 1/4/1972) [134?]
  132 College of Southern Idaho men (N.J.C.A.A.) (132 straight) (12/7/1984 to 1/31/1992)
  131 Wayland Baptist Girls' from Plainfield, Tx. (A.A.U.) (131 straight) (1954-1958, ended by Nashville Hanes Hosiery)
  129 Valdosta Georgia Christian boys (Georgia) (129 straight) (1979-1984)
  122 Lowndes HS Girls (Valdosta, Georgia) (122 straight) (1976-77 to 12/10/1980)
  122 Southern Nazarene College women (122 straight) (1989-1998)
  120 Nashua High girls (New Hampshire) (120 straight) (1984-1989)
  120 Fairfield High girls (Montana) (120 straight) (2010-11 to 2/12/2015)
  118 Baxley High Girls (Georgia) (118 straight) (1943-1949)
  114 Kildare HS Eagles girls (Texas) (114 straight) (1932 to 1/17/1938)
  114 Wahoo High boys (Nebraska) (114 straight) (1988-3/13/1992)
  112 Edmonton Grads (Alberta, Canada) (112 straight) [1927-1934, lost to Oklahoma Presbyterian College in North American championships in 1934]]
   Three team photos of Edmonton Grads during their winning streak (1927 to 1940), 1832 team photo from the Edmonton Journal, May 200, 2012. Back row, l. to r.: Helen Stone, Gldys Fry, J. Percy Page, Elsie Bennie, Edith Stone. Front row, l. to r.: Babe Belanger, Mildrd McCormick, Margaret MacBurney, Doris Neale. 1936 Grads team photo from the Ledger-Post, Regina, Saskatchewa, Canada, July 30, 2011. In CANADA uniforms for European trip. No player details. 1939 team photo from The Caadian Encyclopedia. Back row, l. to r.: Mabel Munton McCloy, Jean WIlliamsson, Percy Page, Noel MacDonald, Winnie Gallen. Front row, l. to r.: Kay MacRitchie, Helen Northrup, Etta Dunn, Sophie Brown.  Three images of two Edmonton Grads basketbal stars. Kate Macrae, 1925-29, and two of Captain Noel MacDonald (1933-39), proclaimed greatest female athlete of Canada in 1938 and 39. The Macrae image of hr dribbling the ball is from The Ottawa Evening Citizen, Ottaewa, Ontario, Canada, April 20, 1927, the portraint of Noel MacDonald is from the Edmonton Journal, Edmonton, Alberta, December 30, 1938, and the side shor in her uniform #9 is from the same newspaper, February 28, 1939.
  111 Roosevelt HS girls (South Dakota) (111 straight) (1997-2001)
  111 West Point Central Catholic HS girls (Nebraska) (111 straight) (2001-2006)
  110 Shelbyville Central HS girls (Tennessee) (110 straight) (1991)
  109 Ayr High girls (North Dakota) (109 straight) (1938-1943)
  108 Central M.E. girls (Detroit, Michigan) (108 straight) (to Dec. 1926) [lost a 5x5 game to Edmonton Grads, but 6x6 streak still was going.]
  108 Academy of the Holy Cross Girls (Kensington, Maryland) (1978 to 1981)
  108 West Holmes HS girls (Ohio) (108 straight) (1984-1987)
  107 Williamstown HS (Vermont)
(107 straight) (Jan. 1949 to Dec. 1956)
  107 Bailey High girls (North Carolina) (107 straight) (Mar. 1958-Dec. 14, 1962)
  107 Hoxie High girls (Kansas) (107 straight) (to 2016)
  105 Duncanville HS Pantherettes (Texas) (105 straight) (2011 to 3/1/2014)
  104 Belleville Union Academy Boys' (N.Y.) (104 straight) (1966-71)
  103 Palmer Consolidated School District HS boys (Iowa) (103 straight) (1986-1989))
  102 Henderson High Girls (North Carolina) (102 straight) (to 1/30/1945 42-41 Loss to Roxboro High)
  102 Hanes Hosiery Girl's of Winston Salem, N.C. (A.A.U.) (102 straight) (to 2/27/1954 loss 38-45 to Wayland Baptist)
  101 Bingham Valley HS boys (Maine) (101 straight) (1997-2002)
  101 Seward HS girls (Nebraska) (101 straight) (to March 2012)
  100 Pillow Academy girls (Pennsylvania) (100 straight) (1972-1975)
   98 Byng High Girls (Ada, Okla.) (98 straight) (1936-39) (1,157-115, 1927-69)
   97 China High Girls (Texas) (97 straight) (Nov. 1942-Mar. 1945)
   96 All-American Red-Heads (Women Pro Barnstormers) (1971) [96 straight in 96 days]
   96 Blackville-Hilda High girls (South Carolina) (96 straight) (1985-89)
   93 Virginia City High boys (Nevada) (93 straight) (1982-11/29/1986)
   92 Pius High Lady Popes girls (Wisconsin) (92 straight) (Feb. 1988 to Dec. 1991)
   91 Durant Cardinals Women (Oklahoma Cardinals) (91 straight), 1932, 1933, 1934. (A.A.U.)
   91 Beaufort High Seadogs boys (North Carolina) (91 straight) [12/4/1958 to 1/16/1962]
   91 Little River High Girls (Kansas) (91 straight) (Dec. 1994 to 1/16/1998)
   90 Snook High boys (Texas) (90 straight) (1964 to 1966)
   89 Oklahoma Presbyterian College & Oklahoma City University (A.A.U.) (89 straight, included two AAU championships) []1932 to 1934
   Images of the Oklahoma Presbyterian/Oklahoma City University team of the 89 straight victories, also stopped the Edmonton Grads 112 straight games. 89 straight 1932-33 to near end of 1935 season, two A.A.U. championships (1933 & 1934 during the streak. Pictured on the left is the 1933-34 team huddling, all joining hands, from left to right: La Homa Lassiter, Ernestine Lampson, Lucille Thurman (captain), Hazel Vickers and Coral Worley. From the Allentown Morning Call, Allentown, Pennsylvania, December 29, 1933. On the right is a side view of 1932-33 captain and team star (leading scorer), Doll Harris shown with basketball in silk jersy. From The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, January 1, 1933.
   88 Salmon Arms Secondary girls (British Columbia) (88 straight) [1976 to 1978]
   88 University of Winnipeg women (C.I.S., Canada) (88 straight) (10/24/1992 to 12/2/1994)
   87 Mount St. Dominic's girls (Caldwell) (New Jersey) 987 straight) [Jan. 1950 to 3/9/1954]
   87 Camden High girls (Maine) (87 straight) [1948-49 to 12/15/1954]
   87 Lincolnton HS girls (North Carolina (87 straight) [to 1956]
   87 Chambers HS girls (Nebraska) (87 straight) (1992 to Jan. 1997)
   87 Hazel Green HS girls (Alabama) (67 straight) [2021-Jan. 2023]
   86 Van Buren High girls (Arkansas) (86 straight) (1942-46)
   86 Lauderdale County HS girls< (Alabama) (86 straight) (2013 to 12/1/2015))
   85 Honolulu St. Louis High boys (Hawaii) (85 straight) (1966-1968)
   85 Staunton Lee HS boys (Virginia) (85 straight) (2003-2006)
   84 Trinity Heights HS girls (Louisiana) (84 straight) (to 1/16/1981)
   84 Riverside Poly HS Girls (California) (84 straight) (1980-1982)
   84 North Central HS boys (Michigan) (84 straight) (2014-2017)
   83 Gentry High Lady Rams (Mississippi) (83 straight) (Nov. 2007 to 11/22/2008)
   83 Winnacunnut High girls (New Hampshire)(83 straight) (to 2011)
   82 Conway HS girls (North Carolina) (82 straight) [to Dec. 1961]
   82 Sherman High girls (Maine) (82 straigh(+) (1963 ttttttto OT loss 2/16/1967) [last year of this school's existence]
   82 Brewster High boys (Washington) (82 straight) (Mar. 1974- Mar. 7, 1977))
   82 Kashmere HS boys (Texas) (82 straight) (to 11/26/1975)
   81 Cambridge HS girls (Nebraska) (81 straight) (1992 to 1996))
   81 Washington University Women (Mo.) (N.C.A.A. DIII) (81 straight) (Feb. 16, 1998-Jan. 16, 2001)
   81 Calhoun County High boys (South Carolina) (81 straight) (12/28/2005-12/16/2008)
   80 Norfolk HS boys Junior Varsity (West Virginia) (80 straight) [to 1975-76]
   80 Hollandale Simmons HS boys (Mississippi) (80 straight) (1992-1994)
   80 Sacred Heart Academy girls (Atherton, California) (80 straight) (1992-1994)
   79 Joseph High girls (Oregon) (79 straight) (1983)
   79 Hazel Green girls (Alabama) (78 straight & going) (12/19/2020 to still going Jan 2023)
   78 Haysi High girls (Virginia) (78 straight) (to 1952)
   78 Machias Town Team (men) (Maine) (78 straught) []3 years to 3/7/1975]
   78 U.S.A. National Team (78 straight) (2006-2019)
   77 Haysi HS girls (Virginia) (77 straight) [c.1952]
   76 New Gloucester HS girls (Maine) (76 straight) [to 12/8/1950] 77?
   76 Filey High (Nebraska) (76 straight) (1979-1981)
   76 Reno High girls (Nevada) (76 straight) (1980-1982)
   76 Kalaheo High (Hawaii) (76 straight) (1993 to1/20/2000)
   76 West Green HS girls (Pennsylvania) (76 straight) [2/26/2016 to 1/26/2023]
   75 Middletown High boys (Ohio) (75 straight) (195_)
   75 North Wilkes HS girls (North Carolina) (75 straight) [to Jan. 1958]
   75 Oregon City HS girls (Oregon) (75 straight) (1997)
   74 Point Loma HS girls (San Diego, California) (74 straight) (1985-1988)
   74 Our Lady of the Sacred Heart HS boys (Pennsylvania) (74 straight) [1/10/2020 to 12/22/2022]
   73 Litchfield HS girls (Minnesota) (73 straight, maybe 72•includes 1 tie) [1926 to 2/9/1932]
   73 A.G. Parrish HS boys (Selma, Alabama) (73 straight) (1943 to 1947)
   73 New Gloucester High Girls (Maine) (73 straight) (1947-48 to 3/22/1950) [72-0-1 over 3½ years; 51 students, 25 girls in school]
   73 Ashland University (N.C.A.A. DII) (73 straight) (to 3/21/2017)
   72 Bunn High boys (North Carolina) (72 straight) (1952-1956)
   72 Great Falls High girls (Montana) (72 straight) (1980-1983)
   72 Athens High girls (Alabama) (72 straight) (2001 to 2004))
   71 Baskin High girls (Louisiana) (71 straight) (1953-1963)
   71 Power Memorial boys (New York City) (71 straight) (ended 1/30/1965 at U. of Maryland's Cole Field House v. DeMatha of Hyattsville)
   71 Georgia Christian School boys (Georgia) (71 straight0 (ended 1/7/1984)
   70 Pius High Lady Popes girls (Wisconsin) (70 straight) (1984-1987)
   69 University of Calgary women (Canada C.I.S.) (69 straight) (1988-1989)
   69 Yazoo County Lady Panthers (Mississippi) (69 straight) [1998 to Dec. 2000]
   69 Germantown High boys (Wisconsin) (69 straight) (3/15/2011 to 1/14/2014)
   68 Milan High girls (Tennessee) (68 straight) [to Mar. 1961]
   68 Deshler High girls (Alabama) (68 straight) [2015-2017]
   68 Dexter High girls (Georgia) (68 straight) (1959 to 11/2/1963)
   68 Parker High boys (Birmingham, Alabama) (68 straight) (1963 to 1965)
   68 West Philadelphia HS boys (Pennsylvania) (68 straight) (1/25/1976 to 2/19/1978)
   67 Jefferson High girls (South Dakota) (67 straight) (1978-1980) [Class B]
   66 Galveston Anicos (women) (A.A.U.) (66 straight) [1937-1940]
   Image of Galveston Anicos A.A.U. champions 1938 & 1939 pictured standing in a row looking down at potographer (anonymous). WInners of 66 straight games 1937 to 1940, The starting lineup includes, left to right: Helen Cathcart, Little Rock, Ark.; Francis Williams, Waco, Texas; Lottie Jackson, NAshville, Tenn.; Gaennis Birket, Arlington, Texas; Beth Dean, Shreveport, La.; Ardis Held, Des Moines, Iowa.
   66 Clintwood HS boys Green Wave (Virginia) (66 straight) [1950-1952]
   66 Compton High boys (California) (66 straight) (1967-1969)
   66 Wilbur Cross HS boys (Connecticut) (66 straight) (to 1/12/1976)
   66 Hastings St. Cecilia HS girls (Nebraska) (66 straight) [1977-79]
   66 Oak Hill High boys (Texas) (66 straight) [ends in Jan. 2002]
   65 Hannah High boys (South Carolina) (65 straight) (1957-1960)
   65 McClymonds High boys (California) (65 straight) (1957-1960)
   65 Neptune High girls (New Jersey) (65 straight) (to Jan. 1968)
   65 Gaffney Bombers (South Carolina Semi-Pro) [65 straight] (63 in 1969-70, end Oct. 1970)
   65 Brea-Olinda HS girls (California) (65 straight) (1993-1994)
   64 Carleton College Men (64 straight) (ended 1935, 26-33 v Cornell of Iowa)
   64 Bloomfield High boys (New Jersey) (64 straight) 1956 to 1/24/1959)
   64 Quincy HS boys, (Illinois) (64 straight) (to 3/20/1982 State Class AA Playoffs semi-final at Champaign, L 52-53 v. Mendel Catholic of Chicago)
   64 Central of Talbotton girls (64 straight) [to Jan. 1986]
   64 McIntosh HS girls (Alabama) (64 straight) [2006-2008]
   64 Pinewood Hills HS girls, (California) (64 straight) [to 2020]
   64 Chartier Valley High girls (Pennsylvania) (64 straight) [to 2021]
   63 Federal Way HS boys (Washington) (63 straight) (Jan. 2015 to 2/4/2017)
   62 Whitefish Bay Dominican HS boys (Wisconsin) (1977-80)
   62 Hartselle High girls (Alabama) (62 straight) [1984-1986]
   62 Vienna Matthews HS girls (Ohio) (62 straight) (1987)
   62 T.R. Miller HS girls (Alabama) (62 straight) [1994-1996]
   62 Lapwai HS boys (Idaho) (62 straight) (Feb. 2021 to 3/5/2023)
   62 Dakota Valley HS boys (South Dakota) (62 straight) (2021 to Jan. 2024)
   61 Checotah High girls (Oklahoma) (61 straight) (1945-1/28/1948)
   61 Gibbon Highgirls (Nebraska) (61 straight) [1987-1990]
   61 Chester High girls (Pennsylvania) (1/3/2011 to 12/19/2012)
   61 Central Catholic boys' (Santa Rosa, Cal.) (61 straight) (Sep. 16, 2001-Sep. 9, 2006)
   60 Allentown High boys (Pennsylvania) (60 straight)[to 1/15/1947]
   60 Garnavillo HS Candy Kids (girls) (Iowa 6-on-6) (60 straight) (to Nov. 1954)
   60 West Memphis HS boys (Arkansas) (60 straight) [1980-1981]
   60 Stephens High boys (Arkansas) (60 straight) [1998-1999]
   60 Chino Hills HS boys (California) (60 straight) (to 2/4/2017)
   59 College Park HS boys (Georgia) (59 straight) (Feb. 1973 to 2/21/1976)
   59 Mater Dei HS boys (Santa Ana, California) (59 straight) (1984-1986)
   59 Richmond HS Colts boys (British Columbia) (59 straight) (Jan. 1987 to 12/10/1988)
   59 Kalida High girls (Ohio) (59 straight) (1986 to 12/18/1989)
   59 Moundridge High boys (Kansas) (59 straight) [1991-94]
   59 North Little Rock HS (Arkansas) (59 straight) []
   58 Omaha Central HS girls (Nebraska) (58 straight) [1981-1984]
   58 Central Talbotton HS girls (Georgia) (58 straight) [to 1/10/1986]
   58 United States National Team (FIBA) (58 straight)to 2011 (1992-2002)
   58 Deshler High girls (Alabama) (58 straight) [2006-2007]
   58 Leechburg High (Pennsylvania) (58 straight) (4 seasons to 3/9/2018)
   57 Reardon High boys (Washington) (57 straight) (1965-1967)
   57 Sloan Bevins (New York: Erie County Basketball League) (57 straight) [ends 1/4/1967]
   57 Drake High boys (San Anselmo, California) (57 straight) (1980-1982) Sir Francis Drake HS?
   57 Elko High girls (Nevada) (57 straight) (1982-1984)
   57 Bearden HS girls (Tennessee) (57 straight) (to 3/8/2023)
   56 Glen Mills HS boys (Pennsylvania) (56 straight) (1923 to Feb. 1926)
   56 Waterloo HS boys (Ohio) (56 straight) (1933 to 1935)
   56 Norristown Boys Club (Pennsylvania esmi-pro) (56 straight) [to 4/15/1960]
   56 Missoula hS boys (Montana) (56 straight) [to Jan. 1965]
   56 Hogansville High boys (Georgia0- (56 straight) [1968 to 12/8/1971]
   56 North Catholic HS girls (Pennsylvania) [56 straight] [Dec. 1987 to 4/2/1989]
   55 Lowell High Girls (Massachusetts) (55 straight) (1903-1906)
   55 Phoenix Union HS boys (Arizona) (55 straight) [to Mar. 1957]
   55 Lake Providence HS girls (Louisiana) [55 straight (ended 1/30/1962)]
   55 Virginia City HS boys (Nevada) (55 straight) (1966-1968)
   55 Great Falls HS boys (South Carolina) (55 straight) (1996-1998)
   55 Pottsville Nativity High (Pennsylvania) (55 straight) ]to 12/2/2000\
   55 Bishop Gorman HS boys (Las Vegas, Nevada) (55 straight) (to 2017)
   55 King Cove HS girls (Alaska) [55 straight] )2018-2020_
   54 Darby-Colwyn HS boys (Pennsylvania) (54 straight) (1961 to 12/27/1963)
   54 Carbondale High girls (Pennsylvania) (54 straight) [1976 to 1978]
   54 Wichita Southeast HS girls (Kansas) (54 straight) [1986-1988]
   54 Celeste HS girls (Texas) (54 straight) (Feb. 1991 to 12/31/1992)
   54 Lake George HS boys (New York) (54 straight) (to 3/16/2019)
   53 Coeburn HS girls (Virginia) (53 straight) [to 1949-50]
   53 Valley High girls (West Virginia) (53 straight) Jan. 1953 to 3/4/1959)
   53 Hobbs High boys (Missouri) (53 straight) (12/7/1965 to 1967)
   53 Michigan City HS boys (Indiana) (53 straight) [Mar. 1967 to 2/6/1971]
   53 Grandview High Boys (Washington) (53 straight) (1989-1991)
   53 Scotia-Glenville HS boys (New York) (53 straight) (2013-2016)
   53 Fairleigh Dickenson University-Florham (N.C.A.A. DIII) (53 straight) [33-0 2013-14 & 20 to 2/7/2015 OT loss]
   52 Buhl High girls (Idaho) (52 straight) [ends in 1927]
   52 Elmira Free Academy (EFA) (New York) [1956 to 1958]
   52 Crane High boys (Texas) (52 straight) [ends 2/7/1959]
   52 Moorestown High (Pennsylvania) (52 straight) (1957-1/16/1960)
   52 Uniontown HS boys (Pennsylvania) (52 straight) (1963 to 3/21/1965) Montrose HS/
   52 Washington HS boys (Pennsylvania) (52 straight) (1983 to 1985)
   51 Hobbs HS boys Junior Varsity (Missouri) (51 straight) (1966-1968)
   51 South Sioux City HS girls (Nebraska) (51 straight) [to jan. 1997]
   50 Beacon High boys (New York) [to 1/20/1967]
   50 Barverton HS boys (Ohio) [50 straight] [to Mar. 1977]
   50 Poquoson HS girls (Virginia) (50 straight) (to 1976-77)
   50 Washington High girls (Sioux Falls, South Dakota) (50 straight) (1980-1982) [Class A)
   50 Wyoming Indian HS Chiefs (boys) (Wyoming) (50 straight) (1983 to 12/13/1985)
   50 Pine Bluffs HS boys (Wyoming) (50 straight) [to 3/3/2017]
   50 Yeshiva University (N.C.A.A. DIII) (50 straight) [2019 to 12/30/2021]
   49 Vultee Aircraft Bomberettes (A.A.U. women•Nashville) (49 straight, both 6-on-6 & 5-on-5) [AAU National Champions, 1944 & 1945]
   49 Waynesville HS girls (North Carolina) (49 straight) [to 1/27/1951]
   49 Hobbs HS boys Junior Varsity (Missouri) (49 straight) (1960-1962)
   49 College of Southern Idaho (N.J.C.A.A.) (49 straight) (1976-3/17/1977-2 seasons)
   49 Adams High girls (Nebraska) (49 straight) [1984-1986]
   49 Thermopolis HS boys (Wyoming) (49 straight) [2003-04]
   48 Stoneville HS girls (North Carolina) )48 straight) [tp 1/29/1955]
   48 Lincoln East HS girls (Nebraska) (48 straight) [1974-1977]
   48 Delphos St. John HS girls (Ohio) (48 straight) [to 3/3/1978]
   47 Fairchild Engineering Cargoettes (Hagerstown, Maryland) (47 straight) [3 seasons to 1/16/1958 48-58 Loss v. Hanover (Pa.) Aero Jets]
   47 Ashland-Greenwood HS girls (Nebraska) (47 straight) [1982-1984]
   47 Taravella High girls (Florida) (47 straight) [to 2/20/1990]
   46 D.A. Harman Junior High boys (Hazleton, Pennsylvania) (46 straight) [2/10/1953 to 1/20/1956]
   46 Bassfield High girls (Mississippi) (46 straight) [to 1957]
   46 St. Stephen's HS Eagles boys (Wyoming (46 straight) [1958-61 • 3 seasons]
   46 Schickley HS girls (Nebraska) (46 straight) [1980-1983]
   46 Riverdale Academy girls (Louisiana) (46 straight) (to Jan. 1988)
   46 South Sioux City North HS freshmen girls (Nebraska) (46 straight) [to 1/16/1997]
   46 East Lansing High (Michigan) (46 straight) [ended 1/9/2018]
   45 New York Broadway Clowns (Barnstorming Black team) (45 straight) (Fall 1953)
   45 Rock Springs HS boys (Wyoming) (45 straight) [to Mar. 1977]
   44 Bladenboro HS girls (North Carolina) (44 straight) [to Dec. 1971]
   44 Battle Creek HS girls (Nebraska) (44 straight) [1985-1987]
   44 Potter-Dix HS girls (Nebraska) (44 straight) [1988-1990]
   44 Dale High boys (Oklahoma) (44 straight & current) (44 straight, not over) (1/18/2022 through last game 2023, current)
   43 Central City High boys (Kentucky) (43 straight) (to Jan. 1955)
   41 Allan Hancock Junior College (Cal.) (41 straight) (1955?-2/16/1957) [National Junior College Record at time]
   40 Cheyenne Central HS boys (Wyoming) (40 straight) [1940s]
   26 Royal Typewriter (Hartford Industrial League) (26 straight) (2 in 1942; 7 1945-46; 15 1946-47; 2 Dec. 1947)

Longest Home Winning Streaks
  129 University of Kentucky men (N.C.A.A.) (129 straight home wins) (1943-1/8/1955)
   99 St. Bonaventure men (N.C.A.A.) (99 straight home wins) (1948-2/25/1991)
   99 Connecticut women (N.C.A.A.) (99 straight home wins) (to 2012)
   88 U.C.L.A. men (N.C.A.A.) (98 straight home wins) (1970-1976)
   84 University of Cincinnati men (N.C.A.A.) (84 straight home wins) (1957 to 1964)

Longest Road Winning Streaks
   43 UConn women (N.C.A.A.) (2014 through 1/6/2018, current)
   35 Kansas men (N.C.A.A.) (1924-1928)
   34 UConn women (N.C.A.A.) (2000-2004)

Longest Olympics Game Winning Streak
   71 United States national mens team (1936-1972)

Longest N.B.A. winning streak
   33 Los Angeles Lakers (33 straight) (1971-72)
   28 Golden State Warriors (28 straight) (2015-2016, two sesons)
   27 Miami Heat (27 straight) (2012-13)

   Action shot of Nashville Vultee Aircraft Bomberettes, in a 64 to 30 win over the St. Simon Stock Alpines of the Bronx, in a game played under collegiate men's rules at the Bronx Winter Gardens, January 21, 1945, before 1,000 fans, in a game played under collegiate men's rules. The picture is titled ALPINE CAPTAIN DRIBBLING BALL IN GAME AT BRONX WINTER GARDEN, and is from the New York Times, 1/22/1945. It reads (and pictures): 'Miss Helen Kelly getting away after she intercepted a pass intended for Miss Mary Jane Marshall (on floor) of the Vultees. The others are Miss Gloria Wood (left) of Alpines and Miss Doris Weems of the Tennessee team.' Marshall scored 9 points, and Alline Banks 34 points.
• The St. Simon Stock Alpines's Helen Kelly steals pass intended for Nashville Vultees' Mary Jane Marshall (on floor) during the Vultees' 64-30 win at the Bronx Winter Garden in The Bronx, N.Y., before 1,000 on 1/21/1945, in a game played under collegiate men's rules. Also pictured: Alpines' Gloria Wood and Doris Weems of Nashville. Marshall scored 9 points, Weems 8 , Kelly 7, Wood 2, and Alline Banks 34.
(New York Times, January 22, 1945)
   Picture of Alline Banks, from The Frederick News-Post (Maryland), JAnuary 25, 1945, that reads: 'Alline Banks Pate . . . basketball's pin-up girl.'

Lowest Scoring Games: N.C.A.A. Division I (men)
      Pre-Shot Clock (before 1985-86)
   6 Arkansas State, 1945    Kentucky (W 75-6) Arkansas State
   6 Temple College, 1973    Tennessee (W 11-6) Temple
      Shot Clock Era (from 1985-86)
  21 Georgia Southern, 1997    Coastal Carolina (W 61-21) Georgia Southern
  21 Princeton University, 2005    Monmouth (N.J.) (W 41-21) Princeton
  20 St. Louis University, 1/10/2008    George Washington (W 49-20) Saint Louis

High Scoring Games: College (men)
 210 Allegany Community College (W 210-23) Baltimore Institute, 2/9/1964 (Maryland- National Junior College Athletic Association))
 193 Midland College of Commerce (W 193-113) North Central Ohio Technical Institute, 2/27/1970 (Ohio) [Phillip Plummer 53 pts.•Dan Snyder 50 pts.•Bob Fisher 46 pts.]
 185 Gardner-Webb College (W 185-98) Naval Communications Station at Wright AFB, 2/2/1973 (Honolulu) [John Drew 45 pts.]
 179 Grinnell University (W 179-104) Faith Baptist Bible College, 11/20/2012 (N.C.A.A. DIII v N.C.C.A.A.) [Jack Taylor 138 pts.•David Larson (Faith Baptist) 70 pts.]
 169 Stillman College (W 169-123) Miles College, 2/17/1966 (N.C.A.A. Small College Division)
 165 Frederick Community College (W 165-122) Hartford C.C., 1/17/1991 (National Junior College Athletic Association)
 158 Univ. of Houston (W 156-81) Valparaiso, 2/24/1968
 156 Dakota College Bottineau (W 156-1542 O.T.s United Tribes of Bismarck. 2/24/2016 (N.J.C.A.A.) [Bottineau's J.J. Morris 51 pts. & U.T.s' Augustine Mathias 48 pts.•U.T. played 1st OT 4 on 5, led by 5 3 on 5 w/210 to go in 2nd OT, led by 2 w/0:57 playing 2 on 5]
 141 Western Carolina (W 141-39) Toccia Falls (DII NCCAA), 1/17/2012
 126 Luther College Reserves (W 126-2) Ossian Independents, 1/27/1937 [Julian Maanum 54 pts.]
 112 Purdue (W 112-6) Indiana State, 1911
 104 Oregon Agricultural College (W 104-5) Winlock A.C. (Wash.), 1907
 102 Texas (W 102-1) San Marcos Baptist, 1916
High Scoring Games: Prep School (boys)
 242 Edwards Military Institute (W 242-63) Miller Mott Business College (Wilmington), 2/29/1964 (North Carolina) [242-64?]

High Scoring Games: High School (boys)
 234 Kansas City H.S. (W 234-2) Rainbow Athletic Club (Kansas City), 1/15/1923 (Kansas) [Harold Schmidt 96 pts.•Herb Proudfit 66 pts.]
 215 Jackson City HS (W 215-28) Lexington Woodbridge Academy, 2/10/1992 (Kentucky)
 211 DeQuincey Grand Avenue (W 211-29) Cameron Audrey Memorial, 1/29/1964 (Louisiana) [Raymond Clarkston 48 pts.]

High Scoring Games: Junior High School (boys)
 234 Scottsbluff JHS (W 158-52) Central Ward JHS, 1/12/1938 (Nebraska) [three-a-side, one basket•week earlier, Central won 8-5.]

High Scoring Games: World High School Championships (boys) at Aarhus, Denmark
 199 U.S.A. (Los Angeles Crenshaw H.S.) (W 199-81) Ireland, May 4-8
 197 U.S.A. (Los Angeles Crenshaw H.S.) (W 197-65) Luxembourg, May 4-8

Report from the European Stars and Stripes, May 12, 1985, Darmstadt, Hesse, West Germany. Titled U.S/ takes tourney. The United States, represented by Los Angeles Crenshaw High School won the World High School Championships, held at Aarhus, Denmark. Crenshaw beat Turkey, on May 9, 1985, 124-88, in the championship game. During the six-day tournament, Crenshaw average 151 points in winning six games. Their California state championship season had ended 24-0.

High Scoring Games: International Amateur (boys)
 278 Clube Salto (Club Jumping, Brazil) (W 278-33) Club Atletico Peñarol, Dec. 7, 1992 (Uruguayan Youth Championships) [team: Juventus Club, Uruguay. Diego Garcia scored 255 points]
 251 Iraq (W 251-33) Yemen, 1982 (New Delhi Asian Games)

High Scoring Games: Rio Open Tournament (Brazil Pros & Amateurs )
 250 Tijuca (W 250-32) Helio Alonso, Jul. 9, 2003 (Brazil) [CBB: Basketball Federation of Rio De Janiero • Roberto Ferreira 53 pts.]

High Scoring Games: Professional Basketball Association
 250 Indiana Lyons (W 247-48) Buckhannon Bears, 11/23/2019 (U.S.)

High Scoring Games: International High School (boys)
 227 Salazar Tech Baby Skyblazers (W 227-31) Ama Computer College, 10/8/1994 (Philippines) [Cebu Amateur Athletic Association Tournament]

High Scoring Games: Polish Silesia (boys)
 234 MKS Zabrze (W 234-1) HK Zory, 2007-08 (Silesia) [Older Mlodzicy  (U-14)]
 217 MKS Zabrze I (W 217-6) Zaglebie Sosnowiec, 2007-08 (Silesia) [Younger Mlodzicy  (U-13)]
 202 MOSM Bytom (W 202-14) Royal Chorzow, 2007-08 (Silesia) [Cadets  (U-16)]

High Scoring Games: Y.M.C.A. (boys)
 218 Pilgrim Congregational (W 218-11) Presbyterian, 2/12/1955 (Schenectady, N.Y., Y.M.C.A. Boys Junior High Division)
 210 Cocoanuts (W 210-106) Hazelnuts, 2/24/1962 (York, Pa., Y.M.C.A. Nut Basketball League)
 148 Corsican Aces (W 148-28) Rosser Valley Farms, 1/30/1934 (Corsica, Texas, Y.M.C.A. Free Jamboree) [Cecil Hobbs 53 pts • Herschel McClanahan 50 pts.]

High Scoring Games: Amateurs (men)
 214 Oklahoma State Prison (W 214-136) Wonder Bread of Seminole, Okla., Mar. 1967 [Jimmy Carr 49 pts, for O.S.P.]
 208 Fort Atkinson Blackhawks (W 208-105) Prairie du Sac Lions, 1/6/1964 (Central Wisconsin Amateur City Rec. League)
 200 Maryville Merchants (W 200-113) Ravenswood, 1968-69 (Missouri independent • Dave Easterla 68 pts. & Randy Wolcott 57 pts.)
 174 Maryville Merchants (W 174-87) Westboro, 1968-69 (Missouri independent • Jerry Winsor 50 pts. & David EAsterla 48 pts.)

High Scoring Games: Amateur Independent Game (men)
 206 Engel's of Aberdeen City League (W 206-49) Aberdeen School of Commerce, 1/5/1972 (South Dakota) Todd Nehlich 51 pts.

High Scoring Games: Pros & Exhibition Games (men)
 204 White (W 203-202) Blue, 8/7/1988 (Midsummer Night's Magic at Inglewood, Cal. Benefit for United Negro College Fund • Michael Jordan 54 pts. for Blue & Dominique WIlkins 46 pts. for White)
 204 White (W 189-176) Blue, 8/6/1989 (Midsummer Night's Magic at Inglewood, Cal. Benefit for United Negro College Fund • Michael Jordan 49 pts. for White)
 204 White (W 182-180O.T.) Blue, 8/4/1991 (Midsummer Night's Magic at Inglewood, Cal. Benefit for United Negro College Fund • Shawn Kemp 49 pts. for Blue)
 204 Blue (W 180-178) White, 8/2/1987 (Midsummer Night's Magic at Inglewood, Cal. Benefit for United Negro College Fund

High Scoring Games: Pros & Semi-Pros (men)
 204 Jacksonville Giants (W 204-85) Florida Makos, 2/6/2011 [Giants' Jermaine Bell 47 pts.]
 203 Salem Soldiers (W 203-127) Nippon Tornadoes, 6/22/2012 (I.B.L.- International Basketball League)
 199 Huntington Merchants (W 199-93) Sunset Motel Of Lee, 3/1/1964 (Massachusetts Independent) [Wayne Granger 50 pts. for Huntington]
 194 Schenectady Schaefer Brewers (W 194-142) Cal-Vics (Troy, Pa.), 2/10/1968 (non-lg. exhibition game)
 192 Laredo Swarm (W 192-101) Gulf Coast Kingdom Riders, 2/28/2016 (American Basketbal Association) [Swarm's DeAndre Hall 50 pts.]
 191 Detroit Panthers (W 191-66) Toledo Ice, 11/25/2006 (P.B.L.- Premier Basketball League)
 191 Schaefer Brewers (W 191-139) Worcester Champs,1/18/1970 (N.Y.)
 191 Salem Soldiers (W 191-152) Oregon Waves, 6/15/2012 (I.B.L.- International Basketball League)
 190 Schaefer Brewers (W 190-144) Saratoga All-Stars, 1/24/1971 (N.Y.S.P.B.L.- New York State Professional Basketball League) [Brewers' Barry Kramer 58 pts.]
 186 Schaefer Brewers (W 186-149) at Worcester Champs, 1/30/1971 (N.Y.)
 184 Beltway Bombers (W 184-175) Westchester Wildkatz, 3/5/2011 (A.C.P.B.L.- Atlantic Coast Professional Basketball League) [Wildkatz' Brian Jackson & Vinnie Darpino scored 56 pts. each.]
 181 Pepsi JeveCaserta (W 181-58) Martos Napoli, 2/27/2010 (Italy Lega A)

High Scoring Games: Semi-Pro (men)
 222 St. Johnsville Kyser House Saints (W 222-86) at Richfield Town team, 1/19/1972 (Little Falls YMCA League, NY)
 214 Cody's Diner of Granville (W 214-126) Fort Edward Chargers, 2/23/1969 (New York Semi-Pro) [C.D.'s Bob Johnson 50 pts.]
 194 Whitehall Eagle-Ottawas (W 194-10) Camp Ludington-Pere Marquette, 1/7/1935 (West Michigan Independent Basketball League at James Golden Hall, Ludington)
 183 Schenectady Wedekind Pros (W 183-140) Phiadelphia Pros, 1/2/1956 (New York Independent Semi-Pro) [Philly's Jim Davis 44 pts.]

High Scoring Games: Scottish Cup (men)
 202 Paisley (W 202-25) Ward Road Jesters, 1978
 196 Perth (W 196-51) East Kilbride, Nov. 2, 1985 (National Girobank Scottish Cup, Scotland, U.K.) [Russ Saunders, Perth 56 pts.]

High Scoring Games: Slovakia Extraliga (women)
 196 Slavia Banska Bystrica (W 201-16) BK AS Trencin, Oct. 28, 2023 [Snezana Bogicevic 65 pts. & Natalia Martiskova 45 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Bavaria Bezirksliga U16 ml Ost District: Oberbayern (Germany • Under-16)
 230 TSV Vaterstetten (W 230-20) TSV Wolnzach, Mar. 16, 2014

High Scoring Game: Sachsen-Anhalt U16 Bezirksliga - VR Nordwest (Germany • Under-16)
 227 Elbe Baskets (W 227-17) BBC Stendal (a.K.), Jan. 20, 2013 [Felix Krolopp 62 pts. • Ian Streißenberger 50 pts. • Pierre Michel Klaus 48 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Oberliga U14m (Germany • Under-14)
 226 Baskkets NWM (W 226-16) Schweriner SC Breitensport e.V., Nov. 17, 2013 [Tom Schulz 48 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Brandenberg U16 Landesliga (Germany • Under-16)
 212 SV Fürstenberg (W 212-46) Eisenhüttenstädter BV, Sep. 7, 2003 [Marc Lepschies 61 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Hrvatska Regionalna Liga Centar Kadeti I League • Group A
 210 Zagreb (W 210-18) Zabok, Oct. 26, 2008 (Croatia)

High Scoring Game: Slovakia Women's Extraliga
 201 Slavia Banska Bystrica (W 201-16) BK AS Trencin, Oct. 28, 2023 [Snezana Bogicevic 64 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Iceland Division One League
 193 Athena-UMFK Reykjavik (W 193-31) IR Reykjavik, Nov. 8, 2023 [Dzana Crnac 49 pts, Barbara Zieniewska 46 pts. & Jordan Danberry 40 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Chinese Basketball Association (CBA)
 178 Zhejiang Cyclones-Golden Bulls (W 178-1775 O.T.s) Fujian Sturgeons, Feb. 9, 2014 [Zhejian's Mike Harris 55 pts. & Dewarick Spencer 47 pts.]

High Scoring Game: National Team (men)
 171 Puerto Rico (W 171-72) Belize, 1974 (Central America & Caribbean Games at Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic) [Raymond Dalmau 50 pts., Joe Hatton 48 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Lethbridge Men's Senior Basketball League
 160 Gym Rats (W 160-100) Outlaws, 12/3/1990 (Alberta)

High Scoring Game: Independent (men)
 155 Peerless Pirates (Scobey) (W 155-12) Fort Peck Civilian Conservation Corps, 2/4/1941 (Montana)

High Scoring Game: Hobbs, Missouri Junior High Schools (boys)
 152 Houston JHS (W 152-25) Jal JHS, 1968 (Missouri)
 149 Highland JHS (W 149-56) Jal JHS, 1973 (Missouri)

High Scoring Game: U14 Kreisliga North•Swabia Mixed (Co-ed under-14)
 114 VSC Mr. Plan Donauwörth (W 114-4) TSV Neuburg, Oct. 9, 2011 (Germany)

High Scoring Games: Singapore High School (boys)
 113 Presbyterian H.S. (W 113-15) Hougang Secondary, 2/10/2012 (Singapore) [North Zone B Division Boy's Basketball Championship 1st round]

High Scoring Game: Industrial (men)
 103 Falk “B” (W 103-5) Hansen Gloves, 1/12/1944 (Milwaukee Muni Commercial Basketball League) [Bob Werth 56 pts.]

High Scoring Game: Military Service (men)
 136 Headquarters Battery, 8th Artillery (W 136-5) A Battery, 8th
, 12/30/1960 (U.S. 7th Infantry Divison Artillery - DivArty - League)

Low Scoring Games: College (men)
   Midwestern College (W 14-11O.T.) Austin College, 1963-64
   Tennessee (W 11-6) Temple, 1973

High & Low Scoring Games: High Schools (boys) & etc.

   Durfee HS (Fall River) (W 154-4) Providence English, 1906 (Massachusetts) [Sanford White 51 pts.]
   Fremont Ross HS (W 96-2) Toledo Central Catholic, 1907-08 (Ohio) [Henry “Hank” Lang 44 pts.]
   Fremont Ross HS (W 53-8) Norwalk HS, 1907-08 (Ohio) [Henry “Hank” Lang 38 pts.]
   Fremont Ross HS (W 111-6) Norwalk HS, 1/29/1909 (Ouio) [Carl Jeremias 54 pts.•Paul Russell 32 pts.]
   Clippers (W 49-8) Groton, 3/1/1912 (Norwalk, Connecticut City League) at Norwalk YMCA
   Wingate High (W 108-8) Hillsboro High, 1912-13 (Indiana) [Homer Stonebraker 74 pts.]
   Fonda High (W 102-2) Jolly HS, 1/11/1913 (Iowa)
   Elkhorn High (W 87-7) Wauwatosa HS, 1913 (Wisconsin) [Les Dooley 53 pts.]
   St. John's University (Minnesota) (W 92-5) Melrose, 1914 (college)
   St. John's University (Minnesota) (W 138-10) Melrose, 1915 (college) [Bernard Karels 50 pts.]
   St. John's (Manlius) (W 101-6) Geneva independents (High, 12/11/1915 (New York) [Larry Johnson 63 pts.]
   Portsmouth HS (W 100-6) Piketon HS, 1/12/1917 (Ohio)
   Cambridge High (W 55-7) Doane Academy (Granville), 2/2/1917 (Ohio) [John “Zip” Behan 46 pts.]
   Vincennes HS (W 122-14) Otwell HS, 1917 (Indiana Sectional Playoff)
   Cambridge High (W 100-9) Woodsfield HS, 1/18/1918 (Ohio) [John “Zip” Behan 68 pts.]
   Shinnston HS (W 136-0) Weirton HS, 1918 (West Virginia)
   Monroe HS (W 142-2) Berne HS, 1920-21 (Indiana)
   Hartford Township HS (W 44-0) Berne HS, 1919-20 (Indiana)
   Buhler HS (W 107-19) Sylvia HS, 2/25/1921 (Kansas) [John Buller 65 pts.]
   Blanchardville HS boys (W 106-1) South Wayne HS, 1921 (Wisconsin) [Harold Saether 42 pts.]
   Hartford City HS (W 164-6) Roll HS, 1921-22 (Indiana)
   Berne HS (W 98-0) Jefferson Township HS, 1921-22 (Indiana)
   Scottsburg HS (W 60-0) Deputy HS, Mar. 1922 (Indiana)
   Kingman High (W 123-2) Springboro HS, 1922-23 (Ohio) [Brothers Henry Carter (47) & Forest Carter (34), scored 81 pts.]
   Buhler HS (W 112-2) Castleton HS, 1/20/1923 (Kansas) [Herb Buhler 58 pts.]
   South Side HS (Rockville Centre) (W 103-7) Friends Academy. 3/3/1923 (Long Island, N.Y.)
   Champion HS (W 94-6) Republic HS, 12/16/1923 (Michigan)
   Buhler HS (W 98-0) South Hutchinson HS, 2/23/1924 (Kansas) [Herb Buhler 52 pts.]
   Meriden Washington HS (W 148-0) South Norwalk HS, 1924 (Connecticut)
   North Judson HS (W 104-0) North Bend HS, Mar. 1929 (Indiana)
   Monticello HS (W 102-11) Burnside HS, 1/14/1930 (Kentucky) [Bradford Lair 50 pts.]
   Wayne Township (W 110-9) Clarksville HS, 1/30/1931 (Ohio) [Willard Henry 62 pts.]
   North Vernon HS (W 43-0) Vernon HS, Mar. 1931 (Indiana)
   Rialto (W 116-15) 107th hospital Company, 2/17/1933 (Lancaster Armory, Pennsylvania) [Jerry Groff 54 pts.]
   Wylie High (W 96-6) Breckenridge HS, 1/27/1934 (Texas) [Gordon Wood 48 pts.]
   Wylie High (W 115-3) Hamby High, 2/7/1935 (Texas•Taylor County Tournament 1st round at Abilene) [C.R. Waldrop 58 pts.]
   St. Mary's (W 157-45) Locust Gap, 3/4/1937 (Pennsylvania) [Mahlon Shively 61 pts.]
   Sunol HS (W 117-7) Dalton HS, 1/2/1938 (Nebraska)
   Ainsworth HS (W 111-6) Johnstown HS, 1/11/1938 (Nebraska)
   Springfield Township HS (W 51-0) Fairview HS, Mar. 1938 (Indiana)
   Olive Hill HS (W 108-2) Van Lear HS, 1/27/1939 (Kentucky)
   Hazel-Atlas HS (Washington) (W 140-29) 28th Field Artillery (Pittsburgh), Feb. 1940 (Pennsylvania)
   Portage HS (W 66-2) Washington HS, 2/27/1941 (Indiana)
   Roosevelt Police Boys Club (W 106-29) Lakeview Pirates, 12/14/1941 (Long Island, N.Y. indepedents) [Al Monahan 40 pts.)
   St. Albans Reserves (W 53-6) Laurelton Jewish Center, Feb. 1943 (Queens, N.Y. Amateur independents)
   Resurrection (W 192-31) Christ the King, 1/16/1944 (Minneapolis, Minnesota) [(14 minute quarters)•Tom Lorimer 55 pts.]
   Marianna High (W 144-16) Helena High, 2/12/1944 2/11? (Arkansas) [Bill McElduff 64 pts•George Mahan 51 pts.]
   New York University (W 103-28) Union Junior College (Cranford, N.J.), 11/25/1944 [Sid Tannenbaum 19 pts.]
   St. Pascal Baylon of Hollis (W 80-7) St. Joseph, 12/15/1944 (CYO Basketball Lg., Sr. Div., South Queens Section) (N.Y.) [Bob Cousy 56 pts.]
   Arthur High (W 120-12) Arcola HS, 12/19/1944 (Illinois)
   St. Pascal Baylon of Hollis (W 76-8) St. Joseph, 1/29/1945 (CYO Basketball Lg., Sr. Div., South Queens Section) (N.Y.)
   Knappa High (W 88-1) Jewell High, 12/19/1945 (Oregon)
   Fort Pierre HS (W 47-1) Presho HS, 12/19/1945 (South Dakota)
   Pleasant Lawn HS (W 101-4) Salem High, 2/14/1946 (Iowa) [Stanley Mathews 49 pts.]
   University Hill (W 95-9) West Vancouver, 1946 (British Columbia)
   Milford HS (W 67-7) Keats HS, 1948-49 (Kansas)
   Lakeview High (W 105-10) Bellefontaine HS, 12/2/1949 (Ohio)
   Wales Lincoln HS (W 104-7) Coburg High, 12/18/1951 (Iowa)
   Pleasantville HS (W 110-11) Coalmont HS, 1/23/1952, at Dugger HS (Indiana)
   Orrsville (W 143-15) St. Vincent's Raiders, 2/7/1952 (Newport News, Virginia City Rec Junior League- 15 & under) [13-yr. old Landon Delk 104 pts.]
   Jenkintown HS (W 139-34), 1953 (Pennsylvania)
   Butler High (W 125-14) Holden High, 2/7/1956 (Missouri)
   Detroit All Saints HS Reserves (W 62-0) St. Casmir HS Reserves, 2/8/1957 (Michigan)
   Nickelsville HS (W 105-15) Council High, 12/16/1958 (Virginia)
   Haysi High (W 140-15) Council High, 1958-59 (Virginia)
   Wampum HS (W 154-54) Neshannock HS, 1959 (Pennsylvania)
   Aspermont High (W 143-11) Mason High, 1963 (Texas)
   Ft. Atkinson HS (W 208-105) at Prairie Du Sac HS, 1/6/1964 (Wisconsin)
   DeQuincey Grand Avenue (W 211-29) Cameron Audrey Memorial, 1/29/1964 (Louisiana) 1/31?
   Engadine HS Eagles (W 154-51) Grand Marais HS, 1/1/1966 (Michigan) [48 pts. in 4th qtr.] 1/28?
   Slidell High (W 122-49) Lake Dallas HS, 2/11/1966 (Texas) [Slidell girls (W 119-21) in other game of double-header]
   St. Mary Roman Catholic (W 94-1) First Baptist, 12/28/1966 (Pennsylvania: Ford City Inter-Church Basketball League) at Todd Manor Hall, Ford City
   Meadville Junior High (W 111-1) Lineville JHS, 12/12/1967 (Pennsylvania)
   Princeton High (W 182-21) C.H. Iron of Benton, 12/19/1967 (Louisiana)
   Ewen-Trout Creek HS (Michigan) (W 155-42) at Mercer HS (Michigan), 2/16/1968 [Dick Pole 46 pts.]
   Naselle HS (Washington) (W 149-43) Quinault HS, 1/10/1969 (Washington state record)
   Bridgehampton High (W 155-71) Shelter Island HS, 1/23/1970 (Long Island, New York)
   Whitewood HS (W 155-114) Rocky Gap HS, 1970 (Virginia)
   Devils Lake School for the Deaf (W 122-22) Hampden High, 1/27/1971 (North Dakota) Ramsey County tournament, Starkweather [Steve Blehm 85 pts. (29/15/24/17) (Class B)]
   Albert Gallatin HS (W 167-30) West Greene HS, 2/16/1971 (Pennsylvania)
   New York Chelsea Vocational (W 153-125) Manhattan Vocational, 1971 (New York)
   Laurel High (W 118-4) Wynot High, 1972 (Mebraska)
   First Pentecostal (W 112-2) First English Lutheran, 2/4/1975 (YMCA League, Mansfield, Ohio)
   W.O Boston HS (W 198-34) Grand Chenier South Cameron HS, 1/39/1976 (Louisiana) [David Lawrence 64 pts.]
   Jac-Cen-Del HS (W 109-9) Dillsboro HS, 1976-77 (Indiana)
   Altoona HS (W 140-40) Clearfield HS, 1979-80 (Pennsylvania)
   Lakeview HS (W 147-23) Patton Springs, 12/1/1981 (Texas)
   North Douglas HS (W 97-6) Glendale HS, 2/20/1987 (Oregon)
   Glen Arbor-Leelanau HS (W 171-94) at Free Soil HS, 2/24/1989 (Michigan) [Andre Thomas 84 pts for Leelanau.]
   Blackford HS (W 124-122) Wabash HS, 1/4/1991 (Indiana)
   Jackson City HS (W 180-71) Millersburg Military Institute, 1/25/1992 (Kentucky) [David Gross 69 pts.]
   Jackson City HS (W 215-28) Lexington Woodbridge Academy, 2/10/1992 (Kentucky)
   San Juan Capistrano St. Margaret's HS (W 151-35) Southeast Lutheran, Feb. 1994 (California)
   Bayshore Christian (W 140-8) Lake Wells Roosevelt, 2/1/1994 (Florida) [Johnathan Johnson 52 pts.]
   Eastern High (W 156-70) Doss High, 12/3/1996 (Kentucky)
   Goodrich High (W 123-11) Chester High, 1996-97 (Texas)
   Avalon High (W 150-18) Penelope High, 1/15/1997 (Texas)
   Goodrich HS Hornets (W 144-6) Chester HS Yellowjackets, 2/7/1997 (Texas)
   Washington HS (W 130-1274 O.T.s) West Philadelphia HS, 1998 (Pennsylvania)
   Paw Paw High (W 100-11) West Virginia School for the Deaf, Jan. 1998 (West Virginia)
   Halifax HS (W 148-32) West Snyder HS, 1999-2000 (Pennsylvania)
   BV Eberswalde (W 170-28) WSG Fürstenwalde II, 1/8/2006 (Brandenburg Landesliga U16 • Germany) [Friedrich Melzer 67 pts.]
   Yates High (Houston) (W 170-35) at Lee High, 1/5/2010 (Texas)
   Strawberry Mansion (W 105-14) W.B.Saul High, 1/7/2010 (Philadephia) [The Knight's Devonté “DJ” Newbill 64 pts.]
   KK Cibona II (W 195-18) Ivanic, 2/20/2010 (Hrvatska Regionalna Liga Centar {Young Men's Cadets} Mladi Kadeti I League • Croatia)
   WSG K.Wusterhausen (W 183-35) Mahlower SV, 11/27/2010 (Bradenburg Oberliga U18m • Germany) [Marcek Stötzel 62 pts.]
   Westwind Prep (W 153-33) Tonopah Valley HS, 12/21/2010 (Arizona) [Demarquise Johnson 50 pts. & Stephen Topercer 44 pts.]
   Bethune-Bomman HS (W 102-10) Branchville HS, 2/9/2011 (South Carolina) [Andrew Williams 53 pts.]
   Prairie Seeds Academy (W 165-37) Math & Science Academy (Woodbury), 1/6/2012 (Minnesota)
   Wilhelmshevener SSV (W 86-0) TSV Holtrop (Niedersachsen: Kreisliga U14mix OL/OF - District Weser-Ems • Germany)
   BIG Basketball in Gotha (W 173-2) BBC Mühlhausen 2010, 9/22/2012 (Thuringen Landesliga U16 West) [Malte Köhler 48 pts.]
   DJK SB München (W 93-2) ESV München, 9/29/2012 (Bavaria Kreisliga U10 mixed {co-ed} - District Oberbayern • Kreis West, Germany) [Felix Schäffer 50 pts.]
   DJK SB Straubing (W 140-7) TuS 1860 Pfarrkirchen, 10/7/2012 (Bavaria Kreisliga U18 ML - District Oberbayern • Kreis Nordost, Germany)
   TuS Herrensohr (W 148-10) at ATSV Saarbrücken, 10/13/2012 (Saar U14 mixed Bezirksliga Vorrunde, Germany)
   Science City Jena e.V. (W 173-19) Altenburger BC 1996, 10/14/2012 (Thuringen Landesliga U19m • Germany)
   FC Bayern München 1 (W 93-1) at TSV Vaterstetten, 10/14/2012 (Bavaria Kreisliga Quali U10-1 • District Oberbayern •Kreis Mitte, Germany)
   DJK Kaufbeuren 1 (W 198-8) at TSV Wasserburg 1924 (Gnzburg) 1 a.K., 11/11/2012 (Bavaria Bezirksliga U16 Süd 12/13 District Schwaben • co-ed • Germany)
   BG Leitershofen/Stadtbergen 1 (W 186-15) TSV Königsbrunn 1, 11/24/2012 (Bavaria Bezirksoberliga U18 12/13 - District Schwaben • Germany)
   TS Herzogenaurach (W 156-19) Schwaben, 12/15/2012 (Bavaria Bezirksoberliga U16, District: Mittelfranken)
   SV Motor Sörnewitz (W 193-10) at Göelitzer Turnverein 04, 12/16/2012 (Saxony: Bezirksmeisterschaft U16 - District Dresden • Germany) [Malte Niessen 56 pts. & Thomas Jaschke 45 pts.]
   Post-SV Koblenz (W 193-21) at TuS Treis-Karden, 12/16/2012 (Rheinland-Pfalz: U14 Leistungsklasse Ko- U14 Rheinland Koblenz District: Rheinland Kreis: Koblenz)
   SV Motor Sörnewitz (W 213-17) SV Lok Nossen, 1/6/2013 (Saxony: Bezirksmeisterschaft U16 - District Dresden • Germany)
   St. Joseph Central (W 138-33) Westfield Vocational HS, 1/12/2013 (Massachusetts) 137-31? [Taverick “Tank” Roberson 47 pts.]
   Dubrava III (W 178-8) Sveti Petar, 1/19/2013 (Croatia • Hrvatska Regionalna Liga Centar Kadeti IV League)
   Osnabrücker SC II (W 185-25) TV Dinklage, 1/26/2013 (Lower Saxony Bezirksloga U16 - District Weser Ems • Kreis UB Osnabrück ab 08/09) [Philipp Lilier 49 pts, Alexander Luedtke 43 pts. & Fatih Dökücü 42 pts.]
   SG Eichenkreuz Karlsruhe (W 192-0) at VfB Gaggenau, 2/2/2013 (Baden-Württemburg Kreisliga Nord U14 • District: Schwarzwald/Oberrhein) [Hassan Nasser 98 pts.]
   EBC Rostock 1 (W 146-1) at Schweriner SC Breitensport e.V., 9/29/2013 (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Oberliga U14m•Germany)
   BIG Basketball in Gotha 1 (W 146-0) SG Basketball HSV-KSSV Weimar, Oct. 5, 2013 (Thuringen Landesliga U14•Germany)
   TSV 1880 Wasserburg (W 204-36) at WSV Glonn, 11/24/2013 (Bavaria Kreisliga U18ml, District: Oberbayern, Kreis: Südost) [Jonathan Rath 70 pts, Alexi Mashas 59 pts., Ado Ikanovic 47 pts.]
   TV Memmingen (W 198-0) at TSV Haunstetten, 11/30/2013 (Bavaria Bezirksoberliga U12 gemischt Süd, District: Schwaben (mixed)
   EBC Rostock 1 (W 173-6) Schweriner SC Breitensport e.V., 1/12/2014 (Mecklenburg-Vorpommern Oberliga U14m) [Toni Nickel 55 pts.]
   ASC Theresianum 1 (W 202-10) SC Lerchenberg. 10/11/2014 (Germany Rheinland-Pfalz Bezirks-Klasse U16 Rhh 14/15 Gruppe A, District Rheinland)
   DJK Sonnen (W 161-2) TuS 1860 Pfarrkirchen, 10/12/2014 {Germany Bavaria Kreisliga U14mixed District: Oberbayern Kreis Nordost}
   TSV 1861 Nördlingen (W 181-4) at TSV 1862 Neuberg, 11/1/2014 (Bavaria Bezerksoberiga U12 mixed D: Schwaben)
   Monessen High (W 101-11) Avella High, 1/23/2015 (Pennsylvania HS)
   Basketball Club Efurt e.V. (W 202-4) at BBC Mühlhausen 2010, Nov. 1, 2015 (Germany Thurngen U14 Landesliga Mixed)
   Gilmour High (W 108-1) Northeast Ohio College Prep, 2/17/2016 (Ohio Division III North Ridgeville Sectional Semifinal)
   BBU 01 Ulm (1) (W 140-1) ScanPlus Baskets Elchingen, 10/7/2017 (Germany Baden-Württemberg U12m Bezirksliga Ost 1 District: Alb/Bodensee)
   Eintracht Frankfurt 2 (W 118-1) FTG Frankfurt 2, 10/22/2017 (Germany Hessen Kreisliga Kreis mU16 Vorrunde West District: Frankfurt)
   Kazakhstan U-16 (W 114-10) Maldives U-16, 10/24/2017 (Asian U16 Championship Play-Offs)
   KKK Haiterbach (W 122-2) at VfL Nagold, 11/26/2017 (Germany Baden-Württemberg U12m Bezirksliga Nordwest District: Alb/Bodensee)
   Bettendorf High (W 100-8) at Washington HS (Cedar Rapids), 1/19/2019 (Iowa HS)

Article from the Fort Madison Evening Democrat (Iowa), January 19, 1944. Titled Wrong Basket Decides Prep Cage GAme, 5-4. ELKHART, Ind. (UP)---The high-scoring Elkhart high school basketball team defeated South Bond Riley high school yesterday, 5 to 4. The winning basket was scored by Ernie Kovatch of South Bend, who tipped the ball into the wrong basket in the first half. The victory gave Elkhart first place in the eastern division of the Northern Indiana high school basketball conference. Previously, Elkhart had averaged 45 points a game.

   Georgetown High (W 1-0) Homer High, 3/6/1930 (Illinois District Playoffs, at westville)
   Second District Center (W 1-0) Fort Cheatham, 1/19/1952 (Chattanooga, Tennessee)
   Las Animas HS Trojans (W 2-0) La Junta HS Tigers, Mar. 1941 (Colorado)
   Crown Point HS (W 2-0) Hobart High, 2/18/1944 (Indiana)
   Nampa High (W 2-0O.T.) Boise High, 2/4/1961 (Idaho)
   Old Glory High (W 2-0) at Weinert HS, 12/20/1973 (Texas) [flu]
   Pocahontas HS (Virginia) (W 2-1) Montcalm, 1969-70 (West Virginia)
   Florence High (W 2-1) at Crandon High, 1/21/1977 (Wisconsin)
   Hancock (W 4-2) Conchohockrn Pioneers, 1896 (at Professor Cantelly's Dancing Academy, Franklin Ave. and Adams, Philadelphia, Pa.)
   Canistota High (W 4-2) Spencer HS, 12/12/1947 (South Dakota)
   Hettinger High (W 4-2) Regent HS, 2/27/1992 (North Dakota District Playoff)
   Mt. Pleasant (Wilmington) (W 6-2) Dickinson, 2/12/1974 (Delaware)
   Kingston Tigers (W 6-4O.T.) at Rockwood High, 1/10/1956 (Illinois)
   Sierra High (W 6-4) San Clemente HS, 1978-79 (California)
   Waukegan HS (W 5-3) at Evanston HS, 2/2/1945 (Illinois)
   Bergenfield HS (W 5-4) Park Ridge HS Owls, 2/19/1952 (New Jersey)
   Otis HS (W 7-2) Bison HS, 2/19/1957 (Kansas)
   Kingston HS (W 9-4O.T.) at Redwood HS Tigers, 1/10/1956 (Tennessee)
   Marshall HS (W 9-5) Charlotte HS, 1/27/1950 (Rochester, N.Y.)
   Cheboygan HS (W 9-7) Onaway High, 1/14/1939 (Michigan) [all free throws]
   Hardinsburg HS (W 9-72 O.T.s) at Campbellsburg HS, 1/21/1955 (Indiana)
   Whitewater HS (W 8-62 O.T.s) at Burns HS, 1/13/1956 (Kansas)
   Palmerton HS (W 8-6) at Whitehall HS, 1/8/1963 (Pennsylvania) att: 600
   Encina HS Apaches (W 8-6O.T.) Mira Loma HS Matadors, 1969 (Sacramento, California) [2-2 at end of regulation]
   Hazleton High (W 8-7) Wadesville HS, 2/18/1955 (Indiana)
   Erwin HS (W 8-7) Lamar HS, 2/13/1963 (Jonesboro, Tennessee)
   Kingston High (W 9-4O.T.) Rockwell HS, 1/10/1956 (Tennessee)
   Hardinsburg High (W 9-72 O.T.s) Campbellsburg HS, 1/22/1955 (Indiana) at Salem
   Wamega High (W 10-5) Seaman High, 1/18/1955 (Topeka, Kansas)
   Fillmore HS (W 10-6) Van Nuys HS, 1926-27 (California)
   Piedmont High (W 10-7) Ridgeley HS, 1/19/1960 (West Virginia)
   Reno High (W 10-9) Fallon HS Green Wave, 1/25/1963 (Nevada)
   Glidden HS (W 11-10) at Bayard High, 1/18/1946 (Iowa)
   Jackson High (W 12-6) Landon HS, 1/22/1963 (Jacksonville, Florida)
   Logansport HS (W 12-10) Pioneer High, Mar. 1966 (Indiana Sectional Playoff Game)
   Drummond HS (W 13-7) Lahoma HS, 2/16/1956 tournament at Waukomis
   Waterloo HS font color="#8B4513">(W 13-112 O.T.s)
Rogersville HS, 1/18/1961 (Alabama)
   Tabor-Fremont Mills HS (W 14-1) at New Market HS, 1/31/1964 (Iowa) [7-0 at half]
   Spencer HS (W 14-4) at Elizabeth HS, (West Virginia)
   Midwestern HS (W 14-11O.T.) Austin HS, 2/21/1964 (Texas)
   Haubstadt High (W 14-123 O.T.s) Fort Branch HS, Mar. 1961 (Indiana Sectional Playoff Game)
   Hampton High (W 15-9) Happy Valley HS, 1/13/1968 (Tennessee)
   Wabash High (W 15-14) Laketon High, Mar. 1949 (Indiana Sectional Playoff Game)
   Troy High (W 15-144 O.T.s) Saddleback High, 1980-81 (California)
   Lexington Dunbar HS (W 16-12O.T.) Lexington Lafayette, 3/15/1958 (Kentucky 11th Region Playoff, at Richmond)
   New Harmony HS (Ind.) (W 16-12) Dahlgren HS (Ill.), 2/11/1972 [declared forfeit due to technicals & coach's refusing to leave, w/6:06 played]
   Chino High (W 16-14) Lynwood HS, 1995-96 (California)
   Scottsburgh HS (W 17-16O.T.) Madison High, Mar. 1955 (Indiana Sectional Playoff Game)
   Cocoa High (W 18-4) Melbourne HS, 2/6/1960 (FFlorida)
   Hoover High (W 18-15) Oak Mountain HS, 1/27/2012 (Alabama)
   Swissvale HS (W 19-1) at Ligonier HS, 1/26/1971 (Pennsylvania)
   Frankenmuth HS (W 20-3) Cass City HS, 12/14/1965 (Michigan)
   South Fremont HS Cougars (W 24-13) Sugar Salem HS, 12/28/1951 (Idaho) at St. Anthony

Tie Games: High School (boys)
   South Cache HS (T 39-39) at Logan High, 2/8/1948 (Utah) [Due to scorekeeping error]
   Montello HS (T 63-63) Pardeeville HS, 1/7/1966 (Wisconsin) [Due to scorekeeper error]

Overtimes: Adults-
  4 OTs: Salt Lake City (W 62-594 O.T.s) Kirby's Shoes (Los Angeles), 2/18/1955 (Southwestern Invitational Tournament, at Las Vegas)

Overtimes: High School (boys)
 13 OTs: Boone Trail HS (Mamers) (W 56-5413 O.T.s) Angier HS, 2/29/1964 (North Carolina)
 10 OTs: Wenona High Lightweights (W 26-2210 O.T.s) at Toluca HS Lightweights, 2/15/1930 (Illinois) [Marshall County Invitational Tournament championship game]
 10 OTs: Manchester High (W 105-10310 O.T.s Fayette County HS, 2/18/1971 Fayetteville Sub-Regional Final (Georgia)
 10 OTs: Tivy Hs (Kerrville) (W 55-5110 O.T.s South San West (San Antonio), 1/4/1980 (Texas)
  9 OTs: South Baptist (W 22-209 O.T.s) First Baptist, Apr. 1930 (Michigan)
  9 OTs: Martins Ferry HS (W 69-679 O.T.s) St. Clairsville HS, 1/4/1963 (Ohio)
  9 OTs: Sharon High (W 30-289 O.T.s) Dresden High, 2/29/1964 (Tennessee)
  9 OTs: Swayzee HS (W 65-619 O.T.s) Liberty Central HS, 3/7/1964 Marion Regional (Indiana)
  9 OTs: Dwight High (W 76-729 O.T.s) Reddick High, 12/15/1964 (Illinois)
  8 OTs: Plymouth-Whitemarsh HS (W-L8 O.T.s) Springfield HS (Montco), 1972 (Pennsylvania)
  8 OTs: Carthage HS Blueboys (W 108-1038 O.T.s Dalla City HS, 2/21/1994 (Illinois)
  7 OTs: Camden High (W 22-197 O.T.s) Delphi High, 1938 [Sectional Tournament] (Indiana)
  7 OTs: Ballard High (W 56-547 O.T.s) Ankeny High, 2/27/1964 [Adel District Semi-Final, Iowa]
  7 OTs: Raleigh Enloe HS (W 104-1027 O.T.s) Raeford Hoke County, 12/299/1978 (North Carolina) [Times Holiday Festival championship game]
  7 OTs: Captain Shreve HS (Louisiana) (W 94-937 O.T.s) El Dorado HS (Arkansas), 12/4/1980 [Four States Tournament at Texarkana, Ark.]
  7 OTs: Woodlands HS (W 54-517 O.T.s) Ardsley HS, Feb. 1982 (New York)
  6 OTs: E.C. Glass HS (W 42-406 O.T.s) Patrick Henry HS, 1/5/1962 (Virginia)
  6 OTs: Opelika High (W 51-496 O.T.s) Dothan High, 1/11/1963 (Georgia)
  6 OTs: South Eugene HS (W 78-716 O.T.s) Churchill HS, 1977 (Oregon)
  6 OTs: Branford HS (W 112-1026 O.T.s) Amity Regional HS (Woodbridge), 12/27/1996 (Connecticut)
  6 OTs: Estill County HS (W 102-996 O.T.s) Bourbon County HS, 1/18/2011 (Kentucky)
  6 OTs: Harrison Christian Acad. (Ark.) (W 133-1306 O.T.s) Camden Christian (Mo.), 3/3/2012 Ozark Assoc. of Christian Schools Conf. Tournament consol. game [Theo Bushnell & Kyle Robbins, of Camden 50 pts. each•Ethan Chaffin, Harrison 82 pts.]
  6 OTs: McDowell HS (W 111-1046 O.T.s) Jamestown Ragsdale HS, 2/24/2014 (North Carolina)
  5 OTs: Wingate High (W 15-145 O.T.s) South Bend HS, 1913 (Indiana)
  5 OTs: Waterton High (W 15-135 O.T.s) Winthrop HS, 1/14/1921 (Massachusetts)
  5 OTs: Galatia High (T 14-145 O.T.s) Harrisburg HS, 2/15/1930 (Illinois) [Marshall County Invitational Tournament, 2nd game•stopped due to exhaustion]
  5 OTs: Vamoosa High (W 68-665 O.T.s) Pleasant Grove HS, 2/231957 (Oklahoma) [District Class C Tournament championship game, at Maud;
last 3 OTs were foul shot shoot-outs]
  5 OTs: Homer Center HS (W 64-595 O.T.s) at Purchase Line HS, 2/18/1985 (Pennsylvania)
  5 OTs: Defiance High (78-765 O.T.s) Findlay High, 12/23/1993 (Ohio)
  5 OTs: Ilion High (W 80-795 O.T.s) at Mohawk High, 1/29/2010 (New York)
  4 OTs: Betsy Layne HS (W 33-314 O.T.s) Prestonsburg HS, 1941-42 (Kentucky)
  4 OTs: Greece Athena HS (W 96-934 O.T.s) Wilson Magnet (Rochester), 12/27/2017 (New York) Tom Batzold Holiday Tournament 1st round at Irondequoit [John Wallace Jr. 51 pts.]
  4 OTs: Michael Power Secondary (W 115-1084 O.T.s) St. Frere Andre SS, 11/23/2017 (Ontario, Canada) [Hasan Adu-Gyamfi scored 54 pts. for Power.]

Overtimes: High School (girls)
 16 OTs: Chattanooga East Ridge (w 38-3716 O.T.s) Ooltewah HS, 1/7/1969 (Tennessee)
  8 OTs: Fayetteville High (W 75-738 O.T.s) Mountain Home, 3/12/1994 (Arkansas State Championship Game)
  8 OTs: Dixon High (W 74-698 O.T.s) Rio Vista HS, Jan. 1964 (California)
  6 OTs: Ware Consolidated (W 33-316 O.T.s) Plover High, Mar. 1926 (Iowa Sectional Tournament semi-final, at Mallard)
  6 OTs: St. Joseph-Ogden v. Fithian Oakwood, 1/10/1983
  6 OTs: Damien High (W 128-123(W 74-696 O.T.s) Riverside Poly, 3/5/2020 (California State Division I Southeast Regional Playoffs quarterfinal)
  6 OTs:
  5 OTs: Scotts Hill (W 110-1065 O.T.s) Gibson, 3/14/1955 (Tennessee: Scotts Hill Independent Basketball Tournament. Game stopped in 5th OT due to Gibson having only 2 players left on court)
  5 OTs: Lueders HS Pirates (W 80-775 O.T.s) Eula hS Pirates, 1/28/1965 (Texas) (Stacy Vinson, Lueders 57 pts. & Dina Favor, Eula 49 pts.)
  5 OTs: St. Joseph's (Ind.) (W 131-1305 O.T.s) Northern Kentucky, 2/27/1988 (N.C.A.A. DII Tournament, at Renssalaer, Ind. (Jeanette Yeoman 50 pts. for St. Joe's•)
  5 OTs: Monterey HS (Lubbock) (W 86-785 O.T.s) Amarillo HS, 2/21/2023 (Texas Region I-5A quarterfinal)

Overtimes: Junior High School (boys)
 11 OTs: Wilson JHS (W 60-5811 O.T.s) McClintock JHS, 2/10/1975 (North Carolina)

Low Scoring Games: Junior High Schools (boys)
   McGregor JHS (W 4-1) Marquette JHS, Dec. 1942 (Iowa?) [pos. Wisc.]

For female high & low scoring games, and shut-outs, go to the Women's High Scores page!

•Men's College Basketball Post-Season Records:
Adelphi College
Brooklyn College
College of the City of New York (C.C.N.Y.)
Columbia University
C.W. Post
Farmingdale State (New York Aggies)
Fordham University
Iona College
Kings Point Merchant Marines Academy
Long Island University
Manhattan College
New York Tech
New York University
St. Francis College of Brooklyn
St. John's University
St. Peter's College
Seton Hall
Photo from 1/11/1936 NY Times, N.Y.U. 22-18 Connecticut.
•Women's College Basketball Post-Season Records:
Adelphi College
Barnard College & Columbia-Barnard
Brooklyn College
City College Lady Beavers
Farmingdale State
Fordham Rams
Hofstra Pride
Long Island University Lady Blackbirds
Manhattan Lady Jaspers
Molloy College
N.Y.U. “Girls” Basketball, the early years, see the working page here.
Team picture: New York University Girls Basketball Team, 1935.
New York University “Girls” Basketball Team, 1935.
N.Y.U. Lady Violets [NCAA Division III]
Pace University Pacesetters [NCAA Division II]
Queens College Knightees [AIWA] & [NCAA Division II]
St. Francis of Brooklyn
St. John's Express • St. John's Red Storm
Seton Hall
SUNY Poly • Brooklyn Poly • NYU Poly
SUNY Stony Brook
Southampton College
•See Women Basketball Historic Pioneers
•Women's Basketball Lopsided Scores
1925 National Champion Hemptead High School Girl' Basketball Team.
1925 National Champion Hempstead High School Girls Basketball team!
 ° The following are links to pages from historic database of every basketball player to score 47 points or more points in one game:
College Winners of National A.A.U. Championships
U.S. College Men (Includes NCAA DI, II & III, NAIA DI & II, USAA, and Junior College}
U.S. High Schools (State by State Single-Game Scoring Records, YMCA, CYO, City League, etc.)
NBA & ABA Franchise by Franchise Records (Record Holders Progression)
N.B.A. (All NBA players 49 points or more in one game.)
Women's Pioneers Page (History, records & firsts in female basketball, one game records for all levels & countries, 1st dunks, FT streaks, A.A.U. records, women's pro leagues, Oklahoma 6-on-6, and much more!!!)
New! The Articles and images of very early women's full court basketball!!
NBL (Australia) (National Basketball League of Australia one-game records.)
American Basketball League- franchise by franchise records (1961-1962)
A.B.L (All ABL players 49 points or more in one game.)
Continental Basketball Association (CBA is a minor league.)
Lega A (Italian professional league)
PBLA & NPBL (Short lived Amercan major leagues)
For NIBL, EBL, EBA, IBL, NBDL, AAU, Military, International, Olympics, AAU, scoring records progressions & much more see:
The 100 Point page (All players 100 points in a game, Country by Country Pro, College & school record holders, City Leagues, CYO)
The Enormous Iowa 6-on-6 Basketball Era page!
Image of Jane Rubel, Ruthven Ram basketball player, Iowa.Read about the landmark Rubel v. IGHSAU anti-discrimination case here.
Missouri 6-on-6 basketbball era
Texas 6-on-6 Basketball Page
Picture of Linda Zimmerman, basketball player (guard) for the North Davidson Black Knights. From The Dispatch, Lexington, North Carolina, February 12, 1958
Go to the North Carolina 6-on-6 Basketball Page!

Father & Son Scoring Records

83 pts.
 the Father & Son Klenke, Same Game • Two Teams 
(Buffalo, New York)
Downtown Y.M.C.A. Basketball League
Kicks (W 62-31) Hylands, 2/13/1950
  52 pts. Bob Klenke Sr. Kicks (30 in 1st half)
  31 pts. Bob Klemke Jr. Hylands

Mother & Daughter Scoring Records

52 pts.
the Mother & Daughter Guerero, Honolulu Girls Club
(Hawaii 6-on-6)
Honolulu Girls (W 55-10) at Hawaiian Girls Club (Hilo), 1/30/1926
  35 pts. Mrs. A. Guerero (mother)
  17 pts. Miss M. Guerero (daughter)
38 pts.
the Mother & Daughter Malbrook, Anse Etoile Stars
(Seychelles • National League)
Anse Etoile (W 62-38) Mont Fleuri, Jun. 26, 2011
  23 pts. Jana Malbrook (daughter)
  15 pts. Simone Malbrook (mom)
22 pts.
the Mother & Daughter Walker, Waikato Wizards
(New Zealand • W.B.C. championship series round 1)
Waikato (W 65-53) Aukland Counties Manakau Lady Hawks, Apr. 11, 2015
  11 pts. Leane Walker (mother)
  11 pts. Krystal Leger-Walker (daughter)
20 pts.
the Mother & Daughters Walker, Waikato Wizards
(New Zealand • W.B.C. championship series round 8)
Waikato (W 74-62) New Zealand Home Loans Canterbury Wildcats, Jun. 8, 2014
    9 pts. Krystal Leger-Walker (daughter) (4 of 9 FGs•1 of 6 threes•1 reb.•3 a.•2 stl.•1 bl.)
    6 pts. Charlisse Leger-Walker (daughter) (2 of 3 FGs•2 of 3 threes•1 a.)
    5 pts. Leane Walker (mother) (2 of 8 FGs•1 of 6 three•2 a.•1 stl.)
Pictures of mother and daughters basketball players on the Waikato WIzads of the W.B.C. (Women's BAsketball Championships, New Zealand. From left to right, Charlisse Leger-Walker (daughter), Leane Walker (mother) & Krystal Leger-Walker (daughter).
                        Charlisse                          Leane                             Krystal

Same Site Sibling Scoring

137 pts.
the Miller Siblings, Weinert Bulldogs
Riverside Poly girls (W 179-15) Norte Vista girls
Riverside Poly boys (L 69-74O.T.) Norte Vista boys
 105 pts. Cheryl Miller (46-50 FG•13-15 FT•26 reb.•11 a.•20/20/24/41)
  32 pts. Reggie Miller (6'5" jr.)
93 pts.
the Pruett Cousins , Slidell Greyhounds
Slidell girls (W 119-21) at Lake Dallas girls
Slidell boys (W 122-49) at Lake Dallas boys
  65 pts. Donnie Pruett
  28 pts. Duaine Pruett (13 FGs•2 FTs)
90 pts.
the Pruett Cousins , Slidell Greyhounds
Slidell girls (W 105-23) at Lake Dallas girls
Slidell boys (W 65-27) at Lake Dallas boys
  67 pts. Donnie Pruett
  23 pts. Duaine Pruett (10 FGs•3 FTs)
90 pts.
the Clarke Siblings , Verdigris High Cardinals
at Whitey Ford Fieldhouse
Class 3A East Area Final
Verdigris boys (W 82-74) Adair boys
Girls' East Tournament Final
Verdigris girls (L 44-50) Adair girls
  57 pts. Rotnei Clarke
  33 pts. Cassie Clarke
87 pts.
the Smith Family, Smith Brother
(Micro, North Carolina)
National Family Tournament
at Wilson, N.C.
Smith Family (W 87-27) Tart Family of Dunn, 12/26/1946
  51 pts. (24 FGs•3 FTs) (brother)
  14 pts. F. Smith (brother)
  11 pts. Ed Smith (brother)
    4 pts. C. Smith (brother)
    4 pts. E. Smith (brother)
    3 pts. Pauline Smith (sister)
    0 pts. Virgie Smith (sister)
85 pts.
the Dockery Siblings , Moore High
Moore girls (W 97-53) Male girls
Moore boys (W 81-45) Male HS boys
  53 pts. Marya Dockery (5'9" soph•30 reb.)
  32 pts. Niles Dockery (5'10"•12 of 23 FGs•8 FTs•11 reb.)
82 pts.
the Christians Siblings , Kanawha High
Kanawha girls (W 68-53) Sheffield-Chapin girls
Kanawha boys (W 83-69) Sheffield-Chapin boys
  51 pts. Kathy Christians (5'11" jr.•27 of 31 FTs)
  31 pts. Todd Christians (15 reb.•13-20 FGs•1 three•4 FT)
79 pts.
the Govero Siblings , Mt. Salus Christian Eagles
Mt. Salus Christian girls (W 68-40) Porter's Chapel girls
Mt. Salus Christian boys (L 38-53) Porter's Chapel boys
  49 pts. Mary Kathryn Govero
  30 pts. Chris Govero
78 pts.
the Semprini Siblings , Dayton High
Dayton boys (W 73-55) Stratford boys
Dayton girls (W 73-55) Stratford girls
  39 pts. John Semprini
  39 pts. Jill Semprini
76 pts.
the Price Siblings , Saltville High
Saltville girls (W 69-40) Chilhowie HS girls
Saltville boys (W 59-20) Chilhowie HS boys
  48 pts. Edna Price
  12 pts. Elizabeth Price
  16 pts. Paul Price
74 pts.
the Brumfield Siblings , Karlsruhe Lady Knights
(United States Dependents Schools, European Area)
USDESEA • Germany
Red Division South Conference
at Smiley Barracks
Karlsruhe American boys (W 75-56) Ansbach Cougars
Karlsruhe Lady Knights (W 62-22) Ansbach
  28 pts. Mike Brumfield
  20 pts. John Brumfield
  24 pts. Harriet Brumfield
    2 pts. Gloria Brumfield
74 pts.
the Clarke Siblings, Verdigris High
Verdigris boys (W 86-81O.T.) Wewoka boys
Verdigris girls (W 61-38) Wewoka girls
  55 pts. Rotnei Clarke
  19 pts. Cassie Clarke
72 pts.
the Corrick Siblings , Keswickt High
Keswick girls (W 62-44) at Ladora HS girls
Keswick boys (W 67-14) at Ladora HS boys
  44 pts. Helen Corrick
  28 pts. Richrd Corrick
72 pts.
the Wilson Siblings , Cleveland High
Cleveland girls (W 68-41) Saltville HS girls
Cleveland boys (W 83-55) Saltville HS boys
  48 pts. Peggy Wilson
  24 pts. Mac Wilson
71 pts.
the Oliver Siblings, Hodgdon Hawks
Hodgdon boys (W 83-57) Madawaska boys
Hodgdon girls (W 72-22) Madawaska girls
  52 pts. Walker Oliver
  19 pts. Anna Oliver
70 pts.
the Crisp Cousins , Bolivar High
Bolivar girls (W 74-40) Middleton HS girls
Bolivar boys (W 70-52) Middleton HS boys
  42 pts. Betty Crisp
  28 pts. Charles Crisp
Images of high school basketball playing cousins, Betty (#55) and Charles Crisp (#33), Bolivar High, Tennessee. From The Jackson Sun, Jackson, Tenn., March 5, 1972
69 pts.
the Monnig Siblings , St. Joseph of Salisbury Ravens
St. Joe boys (W 72-59) at Armstrong HS Comets boys
St. Joe girls (W 45-39O.T.) at Armstrong HS girls
  47 pts. Tim Monnig ((5'10"•18 of 30 FGs•11 FTs•28 at half))
  22 pts. Ellen Monnig (6 FGs•10 FTs)
68 pts.
the Wilson Siblings , Cleveland High
Cleveland girls (W 78-63) Honaker High girls
Cleveland boys (W 82-69) Honaker High boys
  59 pts. Peggy Wilson
    9 pts. Mac Wilson
67 pts.
the Martin Siblings , Greenland Pirates
Greenland girls (L 53-56) West Fork Tigers girls
Greenland Juniors (W 51-15) West Fork Juniors
  25 pts. Jacque Martin (sister)
  21 pts. Janeen Martin (sister)
  21 pts. Gary Martin (brother)
65 pts.
the Corrick Siblings , Keswick High
Keswick boys (W 25-17) Millersburg boys
Keswick girls (W 74-44) Millersburg girls
  15 pts. Richard Corrick
  50 pts. Helen Corrick
65 pts.
the Templeton Siblings , Shoemaker Blue Devils
Shoemaker boys (W 36-34) St. Paul boys
Shoemaker girls (W 85-46) St. Paul girls
    6 pts. Paul Templeton
  59 pts. Betty Jo Templeton
65 pts.
the Wilson Siblings , Cleveland High
Cleveland girls (W 64-52) Haysi High girls
Cleveland boys (W 53-51) Haysi High boys
  54 pts. Peggy Wilson
  11 pts. Mac Wilson
64 pts.
the Bishop Siblings , Summerfield High
Summerfield boys (L 50-56) Lisbon boys
Summerfield girls (W 59-41) Lisbon girls
  39 pts. Charles Bishop (6'11" jr.)
  25 pts. Sandra Bishop (6'½")
63 pts.
the Galloway Twins , Aspermont Hornets
Aspermont girls (W 59-50) Anson girls
Aspermont boys (W 53-51) Anson boys
  41 pts. Nancy Galloway
  22 pts. Ned Galloway
63 pts.
the Galloway Siblings , Aspermont High
Double Mountain Invitation Tournament Semi-Final
Aspermonts girls (W 73-40) Roscoe HS girls
Double Mountain Invitation Tournament Semi-Final
Aspermonte boys (W 56-49O.T.) Peacock HS boys
  35 pts. Nancy Galloway (Twin)
  20 pts. Oscar Galloway (9 FGs•2 FTs)
    8 pts. Ned Galloway (Twin) (2 FGs•4 FTs)
63 pts.
the Maikai Siblings , Papua New Guinea U15
(F.I.B.A. U15 Oceania Championships)
at Calvo Field House, Mangilao, Guam
Nov. 22, 2022
PNG U15 boys (W 99-85) Northern Marianas Islands U15 boys
PNG U15 girls (L 23-121) Guam U15 girls
  53 pts. Adam Maikai (24 of 38 FGs•4 of 7 FTs•18 reb.•8 stl/•1 a.)
  10 pts. Gibella Maikai (5 of 16 FGs•0 of 3 three•0 of 2 FT•4 reb.•3 a.)
60 pts.
the Faulkner Twins , Caverna Colonels
at the Horse Cave, Caverna
Caverna Lady Colonels (W 67-56) Metcalfe Cty. Lady Hornets
Caverna boys (W 79-64) Metcalfe County Hornets
  47 pts. Mason Faulkner
  13 pts. Madison Faulkner (12 reb.)
59 pts.
the Govero Siblings , Mt. Salus Christian Eagles
Mt. Salus Christian girls (W 47-41) Benton Academy girls
Mt. Salus Christian boys (L 38-50) Benton Academy boys
  38 pts. Mary Kathryn Govero
  21 pts. Chris Govero
59 pts.
the Lofton Siblings , Legacy Academy Warriors
Legacy Academy Juniors boys (W 41-39O.T.) Trinity Christian Juniors boys
Legacy Academy girls (W 51-37) Legacy Christian girls
  25 pts. Silas Lofton
  34 pts. Oaklee Lofton (10 reb.)
58 pts.
the Schrage Siblings , Plainfield High
Plainfield boys (W 77-44) Dumont boys
Plainfield girls (W 97-26) Dumont girls
  30 pts. Tom Schrage
  28 pts. Diane Schrage
57 pts.
the Govero Siblings , Mt. Salus Christian Eagles
Mt. Salus Christian girls (W 58-15) Tri-County Academy girls
Mt. Salus Christian boys (L 48-55) Tri-County Academy boys
  31 pts. Mary Kathryn Govero
  26 pts. Chris Govero
56 pts.
the O'Meara Siblings , Millersburg High
Millersburg boys (W 41-39) Guernsey boys
Millersburg girls (W 57-46) Guernsey girls
  33 pts. Mary O'Meara
  23 pts. Hugh O'Meara (6'3")
56 pts.
the Wilson Siblings , Cleveland High
Cleveland girls (W 66-60) Grundy HS girls
Cleveland boys (W 71-57) Grundy HS boys
  48 pts. Peggy Wilson
    8 pts. Mac Wilson
56 pts.
the Monnig Siblings , St. Joseph of Salisbury Ravens
St. Joe boys (W 74-36) Pilot Grove HS Tigers boys
St. Joe girls (W 46-24) Pilot Grove girls
  35 pts. Tim Monnig (5'10"•15 FGs•5 FTs)
  21 pts. Ellen Monnig (10 FGs•1 FT)
56 pts.
the Monnig Siblings , St. Joseph of Salisbury Ravens
St. Joe boys (W 78-48) at Higbee High boys
St. Joe girls (W 61-38) at Higbee High girls
  32 pts. Tim Monnig (5'10")
  24 pts. Ellen Monnig
54 pts.
the Benfield Siblings , Hudson High
(North Carolina)
Radcliffe girls (W 59-46) Marion HS girls
Hudson boys (W 60-46) Marion HS boys
  35 pts. Myra Benfield
  19 pts. Barry Benfeld (6'8")
54 pts.
the Monnig Siblings , St. Joseph of Salisbury Ravens
St. Joe boys (W 77-38) Keytesville HS boys
St. Joe girls (W 36-18) Keytesville HS girls
  37 pts. Tim Monnig (5'10")
  17 pts. Ellen Monnig
54 pts.
the Harris Siblings , Deerfield-Windsor Knights
Deerfield-Windsor girls (W 50-31) First Presbyterian of Macon girls
Deerfield-Windsor boys (L 59-64) First Presbyterian of Macon boys
  33 pts. Gabrielle Harris (soph)
  21 pts. Jackson Harris (6'4" jr.•7 of 11 threes)
53 pts.
the O'Meara Siblings , Millersburg High
Millersburg boys (W 58-22) Gibson boys
Millersburg girls (W 48-33) Gibson girls
  28 pts. Hugh O'Meara
  25 pts. Mary O'Meara
52 pts.
the Monnig Siblings , St. Joseph of Salisbury Ravens
St. Joe girls (W 67-26) at Higbee High Tigers girls
St. Joe boys (L 46-71) at Higbee High boys
  21 pts. Ellen Monnig
  20 pts. Anita Monnig
  11 pts. Tim Monnig
53 pts.
the Monnig Siblings , St. Joseph of Salisbury Ravens
Keytesville Tournament 1st round
St. Joe boys (W 65-43) Renick HS boys
St. Joe girls (W 46-23) New Franklin HS girls
  28 pts. Tim Monnig (5'10")
  25 pts. Ellen Monnig
53 pts.
the Akridge Siblings, Lyon County High
Lyon County Lady Lions (W 77-56) Livingston Central
Lyon County boys (L 48-50O.T.) Livingston Central boys
  22 pts. Olivia Akridge (5 assists)
  31 pts. Logan Akridge (9 of 9 FTs)
52 pts.
the Higgins Siblings , Burnsville High
(North Carolina)
Yancey County Basketball Tournament semifinals
at Burnsville
Burnsville boys (W 75-38) Bee Log HS boys
Burnsville girls (W 49-43) Bald Creek HS girls
  10 pts. Joe Higgins (all in 1st half)
  42 pts. Olin Higgins
51 pts.
the May Siblings, Spring Hope Raiders
(North Carolina)
Spring Hope HS girls (W 59-50) Franklinton HS girls
Spring Hope boys (L 42-62) Franklinton boys
  40 pts. Phyllis May (6'0" jr.)
  11 pts. Albert May
Image of siblings, Phyllis May and her brother, Albert May, high school basketball players for the Spring Hope Raiders of North Carolina, facing camera, both holding the basketball. From The Rocky Mount Sunday Telegram, February 28, 1951
51 pts.
the Wykle Siblings , Radcliffe High
Radcliffe boys (W 77-58) NESCO boys
Radcliffe girls (W 54-43) NESCO girls
  26 pts. Lee Wykle
  25 pts. Julie Wykle
50 pts.
the Benfield Siblings , Hudson High
(North Carolina)
Feb. 1960
Hudson boys (W 51-42) unidentified boys
Radcliffe girls (L 35-__) unidentified girls
  25 pts. Barry Benfeld (6'8")
  25 pts. Myra Benfield
49 pts.
the O'Meara Siblings, Millersburg High
Millersburg girls (W 53-27) Barnes City HS girls
Millersburg boys (W 41-33) Barnes City boys
  33 pts. Mary O'Meara
  16 pts. Hugh O'Meara
49 pts.
the Worcester Siblings , Washington District Beavers
Eastern Maine Boys Class D Quarterfinals
at Bangor Auditorium, Bangor
Washburn Beavers (W 70-69) Bangor Christian Patriots
Eastern Maine Girls Class D Quarterfinals
at Bangor Auditorium, Bangor
Washburn Lady Beavers (W 65-44) Limestone Lady Eagles
  36 pts. Mitch Worcester (Washburn boys) (sr.•27 pts. in 2nd half)
  13 pts. MacKenzie Worcester (Washburn girls) (soph)
48 pts.
the Liming Siblings , Easton High
Easton boys freshmen (W 47-40) Leavenworth boys frosh
Easton girls (W 60-32) Effingham girls
  19 pts. Bob Liming
  20 pts. Velma Liming
47 pts.
the Brokaw Siblings , Lenox High
Lenox girls (W 41-23) Stanton girls
Lenox boys (W 65-26) Stanton boys
  27 pts. Catherine Brokaw
  20 pts. Harold Brokaw
47 pts.
the May Siblings, Spring Hope Raiders
(North Carolina)
Spring Hope HS girls (W 60-37) Bailey HS girls
Spring Hope boys (W 40-23) Bailey boys
  38 pts. Phyllis May (6'0" jr.)
    9 pts. Albert May
47 pts.
the Wright Siblings, Paducah High
Paducah boys (W 91-68) Munday boys
Paducah girls (W 51-36) Munday girls
  24 pts. Carl Wright
  23 pts. Teresa Wright
Munday High's' Bufkin siblings combined for 44 pts.
47 pts.
the Milson Siblings, Benjamin Mustangs
Benjamin High girls (L 55-76) Chillicothe girls
Benjamin HS boys (W 90-49) Chillicothe boys
  25 pts. Kelly Milson
  22 pts. David Milson
46 pts.
the Ganaway Siblings , Armstrong Comets
Armstrong girls (W 46-34) at Auxvasse girls
Armstrong boys (L 53-68) at Auxvasse boys
  25 pts. Ruby Ganaway (12 FGs•1 FT)
  21 pts. Chester Ganaway (9 FGs•3 FTs)
46 pts.
the Pupkeviciute Siblings , Herner TC
(Nordrhein-Westfalen • Germany)
Jugendregionalliga 3 U12 offen (under 12 open • co-ed)
Herner TC (L 69-82) BG Dorsten, Nov. 30, 2014
  25 pts. Ramunas Pupkeviciute (9-yr. old boy•3 a.)
  21 pts. Danguole Pupkeviciute (10-yr. old girl•9 a.)
Danguole Pupkeviciute, in yellow uniform, #5, dribbling basketball. 10 years old, Herner TC U12 team Ramunas Pupkeviciute, 9-year old basketball player for Herner TC U12 open team. Standing
45 pts.
the Teichelman Siblings , Old Glory Pirates
Old Glory boys (W 80-30) Weinert boys
Old Glory girls (W 39-25) Weinert girls
  24 pts. Jimmy Teichelman (11 FGs•2 FTs)
  21 pts. Debbie Teichelman
Weinert Bulldogs' Erp siblings combined for 28 pts.
44 pts.
the Bufkin Siblings , Munday High
Munday girls (L 36-51) at Paducah girls
Munday boys (L 68-91) at Paducah boys
  26 pts. Judy Bufkin
  18 pts. Terry Bufkin
Paducah High's' Wright siblings combined for 47 pts.
44 pts.
the Kramme Siblings, East High
East High girls (W 86-57) Valley HS girls
East High boys (W 72-66) Valley boys
  32 pts. Kathy Kramme (15 FGs•2 of 5 FTs)
  12 pts. Kraig Kramme (6 FGs•0 of 1 FT)
40 pts.
the Maikai Siblings , Papua New Guinea U15
(F.I.B.A. U15 Oceania Championships)
at Calvo Field House, Mangilao, Guam
Nov. 23, 2022
PNG U15 girls (L 73-90) Northern Marianas Islands U15 girls
PNG U15 boys (L 75-85) Micronesia U15 boys
  34 pts. Gibella Maikai (15 of 36 FGs•1 of 2 three•3 of 8 FTs•3 reb.•2 a.•2 stl.)
    6 pts. Adam Maikai (2 of 8 FGs•0 of 1 three•2 of 2 FTs•5 reb.•2 a.•2 stl.)
39 pts.
the Corrick Siblings, Keswick High
Keswick High girls (L 40-54) North English HS girls
Keswick High boys (W 41-33) North English boys
  16 pts. Ann Corrick
  23 pts. Dick Corrick
38 pts.
the Higgins Siblings , Burnsville High
(North Carolina)
Burnsville boys (W 38-34) Lees-McRae College “B” team men
Burnsville girls (L 50-63) Lees-McRae College women
    8 pts. Joe Higgins (all in 1st half)
  30 pts. Olin Higgins
38 pts.
the Galloway Twins , Aspermont Hornets
Aspermont HS girls (W 42-33) Rochester girls
Aspermont HS boys (L 36-38) Rochester boys
  25 pts. Nancy Galloway
  13 pts. Ned Galloway
36 pts.
the Hubacher Siblings , Monona High
(Iowa 6-on-6)
Monona boys (W 57-56) Clermont HS boys
Monona girls (W 61-34) Clermont girls
  17 pts. Bob Hubacher (winning FG w/0:08 left)
  19 pts. Dorothy Hubacher
36 pts.
the Tumala Siblings , (Phoenix)
State Girls Class 5A Division I semifinal
at Arena, Glendale
St. Mary's Knights (W 71-42) Xavier College Prep girls
State Boys Class 5A Division I semifinal
at Arena, Glendale
Brophy College Prep Broncos (W 96-62) Mesa High boys
  19 pts. Shilpa Tumala (St. Mary's girls) (jr.•10 pts. in 2nd qtr.)
  17 pts. Sai Tumala (Brophy boys) (sr.•8 of 11 FGs•10 reb.)
30 pts.
the Galloway Siblings , Aspermont High
Aspermonts girls (W 29-25) Old Glory HS girls
Aspermonte boys (W 46-34) Old Glory HS boys
  17 pts. Nancy Galloway
  13 pts. Oscar Galloway
28 pts.
the Erp Siblings , Weinert Bulldogs
Weinert boys (L 30-80) Old Glory boys
Weinert girls (L 25-39) Old Glory girls
  13 pts. Johnny Erp (6 FGs•1 FT)
  15 pts. Karen Erp
Old Glory's Teichelman siblings combined for 45 pts.
28 pts.
the Goodall Siblings , Northern Trust
(Yorkshire Guernsey League Division Four)
March 2006
Northern Trust (W 73-25) Specsavers
   Adam Goodall
   Kimberley Goodall
25 pts.
the Tupy Siblings , Fort Atkinson High
Ft. Atkinson boys (W 27-22) Ossian boys
Ft. Atkinson girls (W 46-35) Ossian girls
  16 pts. Donna Tupy
    9 pts. Paul Tupy
14 pts.
the Mendiola Siblings , Los Angeles Aftershock
(A.B.A. #2)
Aftershock (W 141-102) Tijuana Dragons, 11/23/2005
  12 pts. Giuliana Mendiola (sister •4 of 6 FGs•6 a.•4 stl.•3 reb.)
    2 pts. Fabrizio Mendiola (brother)
First known brother & sister playing in same game.
Go to the Sisters Scoring page.
Go to the Brothers Scoring page.

Ice Hockey:
Crescent Athletic Club (1896-1918)
New York Americans/Brooklyn Americans (N.H.L.) Year by Year Records & Playoff Games (1925-1942)
New York Rangers (1st 50 years) [incomplete: 1st 25 years] (N.H.L.)
New York Rovers • Long Island Ducks (E.H.L.)
St. Nicholas Skating Club (Hockey Club) (1896-now)

The 1st Lester Patrick Trophy Winners (M.A.H.L., 1934-1952)

 ªVirtually useless historical sports date:
   Jan. 28, 1927- First N.Y.U. ice hockey game at the Brooklyn Ice Palace, a 3-0 loss to Clarkson Tech.
 ªHigh Scoring Ice Hockey Game:
 ªBlind River Athletics (W 28-0) Massey Legionaires, 1/22/1951 (North Shore Lake Huron Senior Lg)
(Paul McCoy 7 goals)
 ªMost Overtimes (college):
 11 OTs Minnesota South (W 3-211 O.T.s) Thief River Falls, 2/24/1955 State Tournament 1st round at St. Paul
{Last two overtimess played during intermissions of next scheduled game.}
 ªMost Overtimes (high school):
 8 OTs Grand Forks Central (T 1-18 O.T.s) Red River High, 2/26/1977 North Dakota Tournament championship game at Grand Forks
 ªMost Saves, one game (college):
 58 saves Axel Osborn, Bemidji State (L 2-36 O.T.s) St. Cloud Tech, 2/23/2010
 56 saves Allen Patten, St. Cloud Tech (W 3-26 O.T.s) Bemidji, 2/23/2010
 48 saves Glenn Walker, Verona (Wisc.) v. New Richmond, 2003
 ªMost Saves, one game (amateur):
(Minneapolis National Park Board)
 69 saves Glen Bullock, Devis Lake (N.D.) (L 0-17) Taconite, 2/15/1957

 · For in-depth records of Philadelphia area teams, see the Ghosts of the Gridiron pages.

 • For railroad-related local New York area history go to: New York Stations & Structures.

 • For a list of 1,250 versions of the song, “Hey, Joe,” go here:

August 31, 1909 article titled Martina Makes Record in Throwing Ball 417 Feet. NEW ORLEANS, Aug, 31.--After standing for a quarter of a century--ever since 1884--the long distance throw made by Ed Crane, the old New York pitcher, who heaved a baseball 407 feet, has been beaten/Just think of all the men in baseball who, since 1884, have tried to overthrow Crane, only to fail.  And then witness a 21-year-old amateur, who calmly hurls a league ball 417 feet--10 feet farther than any other man has ever succeeded in throwing./Joe Martina, the strong-armed youth who broke Crane's record, set up a new figure at a field meet under the auspices of the Amateur Athletic union here./One regret remains, that the throw was not measured with a steel tape. It was measured with a kinen tape and may not be accepted by the national A.A.U. officials, although the throw was so much over thee old record there is no question of it being farther than Crane's.

May 17, 1920 New-York Tribune article, titled Girl Sets basketball Record: GREENWICH, Conn., May 16.--Miss Maud Rosenbaum of Oaksmere School, Mamaroneck, N.Y., threw a basketball 89 feet 6 inches in a track meet here yesterday.  This was said to be a new record for girls, the former mark being 88 feet 10 inches, made by Miss Elizabeth Harden, of Vassar.

From the San Antonio Light, San Antonio, Texas, January 18, 1944. Titled Benny's a Boxer/ Image of womaan boxer throwing a left jab to our left. Text: This is Benny, nelieve it or not. Pvt. Benny Taylor. That's her name. And she's a WAC at Mitchel Field, New York. She is one of the cleverest boxers on the post, so the athletic officers declare, and she can punch the bag like a veteran. Who said the WACS won't and can't fight? ---Int'l News photo.

Image of a roller derby exhibition at the New York 22nd Engineers Armory on January 1, 1951, showing Slugger Kealy of the Washington Jets on the banked curve about to fall, and May Youpelle of the Chicago Westerners in front of her. From The Newport Daily Express, Newport, Vermont, January 2, 1951.

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