Field Goals 60 yards or more

Field goals were not always worth 3 points!
Read about the history of numerical scoring, punt-outs, drop-kicks and “triple threats”.

The Hartford Courant; Nov. 16, 1924. LEADS ONLY GIRLS' FOOTBAALL TEAM -- Miss Kent McCord, captain of the only girls' football team in the South, booting one along the field at a good distance. Games with other girls' teams have been arranged. Of course hair pulling and eye scratching are not permitted during a game, and are heavily penalized as 'roughing.' But then the girls seldom forget they are ladies...International.
Direct path to longest field goals by female kickers

College kicking tee use:
1873-1947   no tee used
1948-1964   1" tee permitted
1965-1988   2" tee permitted
1989-       no tee permitted
Note: In early 1920's Cornell had players build a hill of dirt and 
more than one player thus held the ball higher for the placekicker. 
Referees eventually called this a penalty.
Goal Post Widths:
College:
        1869-1872     24'
        1873-1875     25'
        1876-1959     18' 6"
        1959-1990     23' 4"
        1991-         18' 6"
NFL:                  18' 6"
Arena Football:        9'
Goal Post Height:
10' high since 1876 (no crossbar before)
Arena Football League: 15' high.

The Goal Posts were on the Goal Line from the beginning.
The N.C.A.A. moved the goal posts to the back of the end zone in 1927
The N.F.L. also moved them back 10 yards in 1927, but returned them to the goal line in 1933
The N.F.L. moved the goal posts to the back of the end zone in 1974

In modern times, missed field goals were brought out to the 20 yard line, opponent's ball
In 1974, the N.F.L. changed this rule: misses were brought back to the line of scrimmage on attempts beyond the 20 yard line.
In 1978, the N.C.A.A. adopted this same new rule.


Goals from scrimmage (field goals) were usually drop kicked, goals after touchdown required to be by placement.
× In 1897, Coach Alonzo Stagg introduced kicking field goals by placement, at the University of Chicago.

 *-Denotes a record at time of kick; if in red (*), still current record in
particular division.
 Scores and dates available where known.

 College in black, NFL blue, Interscholastic purple, Junior College
in blue-green,
CFL in red, Arena Football Lg. in green, semi-pro/minor
league in brown,
All other indoor football leagues in yellow-brown, Mexican college (ONEFA) in maroon.

College- NCAA Division I/IA unless noted.

*69 yards Ove Johansson, Abilene Christian (W 17-0) v East Texas St., 10/16/1976
(2" tee) Shotwell Stadium, Abilene. NAIA

*68 yards Dirk Borgognone, Reno High School (W 34-14) v Sparks HS (Nevada), 9/27/1985
*68 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, St. Lucie Bobcats (W 54-24) at South Brevard Rams, 3/28/2009 (Florida Football Alliance)

*67 yards Russell Erxleben, Texas (W 72-15) v Rice, 10/1/1977 (2" tee)
*67 yards Steve Little, Arkansas (L 9-13) v Texas, 10/15/1977 (2" tee)
*67 yards Joe Williams, Wichita State (W 33-7) v Southern Illinois, 10/21/1978 (2" tee)
  67 yards Russell Cowsert, Dallas Christian HS (W 67-0) v Fort Worth Nolan HS (Texas), 1987
*67 yards Tom Odle, Fort Hayes State (W 22-14) v Washburn, 11/5/1988 (2" tee), NCAA Division II
  67 yards Lonny Calicchio, Plantation HS (Florida) [year?] (1988-1990)
  67 yards Rusty Curry, Duluth HS (W 13-6) v Norcross HS (Georgia), 9/3/1999
                  {Curry's was a free kick after fair-catch}
 {67 yards Graham Gano, Tate HS (Cantoment) v. ?, 2004? (Fla.) [Wiped out by penalty]}
* 67 yards Kip Smith, Legacy HS (Broomfield) (W 29-7) Mountain Range HS, 9/4/2009 (n.) (Colorado) [Free kick after fair catch on punt]

  67 yards Carson Wiggs, Purdue Spring Black & Gold scrimmage, 4/9/2011 [Spring Scrimmage Game]
* 67 yards Austin Rehkow, Central Valley HS (W 62-55O.T.) Shadle Park, 10/18/2012 (Washington) [Kick tied game at the gun.]

  66 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, St. Lucie Bobcats (W 20-0) at Muck City Starrs, 2/14/2009 (Florida Football Alliance)

*65 yards John Triplett Haxall, Princeton (L 1g,1s-2g,2t,1s) v Yale. 11/30/1882 (w/out tee)
                  The Polo Grounds, 5th Avenue at 110th Street, New York City.
*65 yards J.P. Ross, Birmingham A.C. (W 5-4) v Alabama, 11/12/1892 (drop-kick)
*65 yards Tony Franklin, Texas A&M (W 24-0) v Baylor, 10/16/1976 (2" tee) [after
                  Johansson's 69]
*65 yards Martin Gramatica, Kansas State (W 73-7) v Northern Illinois, 9/12/1998 (w/out tee)
*65 yards Luke Roberts, Deer Creek HS (Edmund, Ok.) (L 10-14) v Seminole HS (Oklahoma), 11/24/2001
                  [Class 3A Playoff semi-finals, at Broken Arrows HS Memorial Field] {Free kick after fair catch}

  65 yards Carlo Mosnia, Belton High Spring Game, Spring 2010 (Texas) [Spring Game]]
  65 yards Ola Kimrin, Denver Broncos (W 31-0) v Seattle Seahawks, 8/29/2002
                  [Pre-season game. He was released following the game.]

*65 yards Daniel Austin, Mt. Zion HS v Champaign-Centennial HS (Illinois), 9/10/2002
*65 yards Graham Gano, Tate HS (L 23-42) v Fort Walton Beach HS, 9/19/2004 (Fla.) 9/16?
                  [State record longest]
*65 yards Steve Purviance, Gulf High at Newport Richey, 2004 (Florida)


*64 yards Tony Franklin, Texas A&M (W 24-0) v Baylor, 10/16/1976 (2" tee) [before
Johansson's 69.] *Only kicker with 2 over 60 in one game.
  64 yards Russell Erxleben, Texas (W 13-6) v Oklahoma, 10/8/1977 (2" tee) [also had
58 yarder in game.]
* 64 yards Mark Conrad, Pierce County Bengals (W 58-0) Seattle Cavaliers, 8/23/1980 (GNFA: Greater Northwest Football Association)
  64 yards Eric Aftholter, Oak Park HS (Agoura) (L 13-14) v Carpinteria HS (California), 10/16/1982 win?
* 64 yards Dustin Griffiths, Eaglecrest HS (Aurora) (W 9-7) at Fairview, at Recht Field, Boulder, (night) 9/21/2001 (Colorado)
  64 yards Reid Cline, Rockford County HS (L 22-28) Habersham Central, at Conyers (night) (Georgia), 2002
* 64 yards Gerry McGroarty, Bishop Hoban (Wilkes-Barre) (W 52-0) v Bishop Hafey (Hazleton), 9/27/2003 (Penn.) [missed 70 yarder 11/8/'03 v. Bishop O'Reilly]
 *64 yards Graham Gano, Tate HS (Cantonment, Fla.) (W 47-0) New Orleans Cohen HS (La.), 10/29/2004 [His first state record]
* 64 yards Richard Jackson, Riverside HS (W 20-16) v Union, 10/14/2005 (n.) (South Carolina record)

  64 yards Jose Martinez, Texas-El Paso (W 58-13) Central Florida, 9/27/2008 33,339
  64 yards Garrett Lindholm, Tarleton State (W 57-562 O.T.s) at Texas A&M-Kingsville, 11/14/2009 (N.C.A.A. DII Playoffs 1st round at Javelina Stadium) [On last play of reg. to send to OT]
  64 yards Austin Pacheco, Carson High (W 27-24) at Bishop Manogue (Reno), 10/1/2011 (Nevada) [Winning kick with 27.4 seconds left]
*64 yards Matt Prater, Denver Broncos (W 51-28) Tennessee Titans, 12/8/2013 (N.F.L.)

  63 yards Mark Payne, Dakota Wesleyan ( ) v Spearfish Normal (Northwest Normal), at Aberdeen, S.D. 10/16/1915 (drop-kick)
*63 yards Tom Dempsey, New Orleans Saints (W 17-15) v Detroit Lions, 11/8/1970
  63 yards Joe Duren, Arkansas State (W 22-20) McNeese State, 11/23/1974 (2" tee)
[kicked 56 yd. FG at end of game for win.]
*63 yards Clarke Kemble, Colorado State (L 9-31) Arizona. 11/15/1975 (2" tee)
  63 yards Morten Andersen, Michigan State (L 13-27) at Ohio State, 9/18/1981 (2" tee)
Ohio Stadium, Columbus.
*63 yards Scott Roper, Arkansas State (W 27-20) v North Texas State, 11/7/1987 (2" tee)
NCAA Division 1AA
*63 yards Tim Foley, Georgia Southern ( ) v James Madison, 11/7/1987 (2" tee)
NCAA Division 1AA
  63 yards Todd Sauerbrun, Ward Melville HS (W 27-13) Centereach HS, (Long Island, New York), 10/27/1990
  63 yards Dax Langley, Conyers Heritage HS v Athens Cedar Shoals Schools (Georgia), 11/5/1993
  63 yards Matt Van Voren, Chicago Christian (Palo Hts.) v Luther North (Chi.) (Illinois), 1994
  63 yards Tim Sydnes, Putnam City West Prep (W 9-6) Moore HS (Oklahoma), 10/14/1994
{free kick following fair catch}

*63 yards Danny Kight, Augusta (Ga.) Super C Seminoles/Thrashers (W 3-2) at Orangeburg (SC) Ruffriders, 10/22/1995 NMLF (National Minor League Football) [trailed 2-0]
  63 yards Daniel Jordan, Middleton HS (South Carolina), 1995
  63 yards Jeremy Flores, Willards HS v Marshfield HS (Missouri), 11/5/1995

*63 yards Aaron Mills, San José Saber Cats (W 44-26) Florida Bobcats, 5/18/1996,  at West Palm Beach.
  63 yards Travis Dorsch, Bozeman HS (Montana) v Salmon HS (Idaho), 10/4/1997
  63 yards Todd Sievers, Ankeny High School v Fort Dodge HS (Iowa), 10/10/1997

*63 yards Jasom Elam, Denver Broncos (W 37-24) Jacksonville Jaguars, 10/25/1998
  63 yards Bill Gramatica, South Florida (W 59-0) Austin Peay, 11/18/2000 (w/out tee)
  63 yards Jeff Locke, Glendale Mountain Ridge (L 20-21) Tucson Sunnyside, 8/31/2007 (n.) (Arizona 5A)
*63 yards Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders (W 23-20) Denver Broncos, 9/12/2011
*63 yards David Akers, San Francisco 49ers (W 30-22) Green Bay Packers, 9/9/2012


  62 yards Pat O'Dea, Wisconsin (W 47-0) at Northwestern, 11/24/1898 (drop-kick)
    [in blizzard] (also has never to be broken longest punt: 110 yards, 1898)
    [also kicked 60 yarder in Australia, see below, Only player to do so in both lands.]
  62 yards George Gipp, Notre Dame Freshmen ( ) at Michigan Western State Normal
School, 1916 (drop-kick)
*62 yards Kelly Imhoff, Kent HS v Arlington HS (Washington state), 1929 (drop-kick)
*62 yards Chester Marcol, Hillsdale College (W 20-13) Fairmont State, 10/19/1969 NAIA
*62 yards Mike Flater, Colorado Mines ( ) v Western State, 1973 (2" tee) NAIA
  62 yards Dave Lawson, Air Force (L 12-17) v Iowa State, 9/20/1975 (2" tee)
*62 yards Larry Scruggs, Grambling (W 20-6) v Hawaii, 9/20/1975 NAIA
at Honolulu
*62 yards Russell Wheatley, Odessa Permian HS (W 10-9) v Longview (Texas), 12/13/1975
{State playoff semi-final)

*62 yards Dom Antonni, Rowan College ( ) v Salisbury State, 1976 (2" tee) NCAA Division III record
  62 yards Tony Franklin, Texas A&M (W 37-14) v Florida, 1/2/1977 Sun Bowl, El Paso
[*Only bowl game FG over 60 yards} *Three over 60 in one football year.
  62 yards Iseed Khoury, North Texas (W 47-14) v Richmond, 10/1/1977 (2" tee)
  62 yards Dan Christopulos, Wyoming (W 29-13) v Colorado State, 10/29/1977 (2" tee)
  62 yards Mike Kennon, Stanton Community HS (W 65-0) v Nishna Valley HS (Iowa), 10/291982
*62 yards Ed Leopard, Charlotte Storm (W 55-0) v Shreveport Americans, 6/25/1983
American Football Association (minor league)

*62 yards John Diettrich, Ball State (W 30-9) v Ohio, 10/11/1986 (2" tee) NCAA Division 1A
* 62 yards Paul Hickert, Murray State (W 31-24) Eastern Kentucky, 10/11/1986 (1" tee) [Div III record at time•10/29?]
  62 yards Tom Whelihan, Missouri (L 12-17) Colorado, 10/11/1986 (2" tee)
*62 yards Chip Lohmiller, Minnesota (L 27-30) v Iowa, 11/22/1986 (2" tee), Metrodome
[Indoor record]
  62 yards Erik Denton, Merritt Island High v. Rockledge, 1987 (Florida)
  62 yards Kyle Pooler, Glendale Cactus HS v Flagstaff Coconino HS (Arizona 4A), 1989

*62 yards Jason Hanson, Washington State (W 40-13) v UNLV, 9/28/1991 (w/out tee)
  62 yards Jeff Hall, Franklin County HS (Winchester) v Oak Ridge HS (Tennessee), 11/19/1991
  62 yards Jeff Hall, Franklin County HS (Winchester) v Brentwood Academy (Tenn.), 10/16/1992
*Only Interscholastic player with 2 over 60 in career.
  62 yards Ralph Heaton, El Paso Irvin HS v El Paso Bowie HS (Texas), 1992
  62 yards Danny Huesgen, Maryland Heights HS (Pattonville) v St. Charles Francis Howell North HS (Missouri), 9/29/1995

  62 yards Davis Leaverton, Midland High School v Odessa Perman HS (Texas), 10/13/1995
  62 yards Dallas Thompson, Air Force Academy Junior Varsity ( ) v ?, 1995 [JV game]
*62 yards Ben Davis, Rick's Junior College ( ) v New Zealand All-Stars, Sep. 1997 NJCAA Junior College record.
  62 yards Terrence Kitchens, Texas A&M (W 23-6) v Southern Mississippi, 9/28/1999
(w/out tee) Kyle Field, College Station, Texas.
*62 yards Doc Proctor, Ferris State (W 66-7) v Michigan Tech, 10/23/1999 (w/out tee)
NCAA Division II
*62 yards Grant Hartley, Barstow HS (L 24-26) at Lake Region (Florida), 11/12/1999 Denison Stadium
  62 yards Jimmy Lynn Sanchez, McCaskey HS Tornadoes (Lancaster) v. Central Dauphin HS, 8/21/2000 (Pennsylvania) [straight-on style kicker] [exhibition/controlled scrimmage: the QB has 10 plays to throw TDs in a series, the # of TDs scored meant the # of field goals or extra points attempted.]

  62 yards Billy Cundiff, Drake (W 52-12) v San Diego, 9/30/2000 (w/out tee)
  62 yards Ryan Nall, George Walton Academy (W 24-0) v John Milledge Academy (Georgia), 11/11/2000 GISA state playoffs
(1st round playoff game), 11/10/2000

*62 yards Paul McCallum, Saskatchewan Roughriders (W 12-3) Edmonton Eskimos, 10/27/2001 (C.F.L.)
*62 yards Jon Baker, Bakersfield Blitz (L 48-50) at Hawaiian Islanders (Arena Football Lg. 2), 5/5/2003
  62 yards David Rayner, Michigan State, Spring scrimmage game (indoors), 4/6/2004
  62 yards Clay Rush, Colorado Crush (W 58-40) v. Los Angeles Avengers, 2/27/2005 at Colorado. (Arena Football League)
  62 yards Nick Folk, Offense (W 29-20) Defense, 4/22/2006 [Univ. of Arizona Spring Practice Scrimmage Game, at Arizona Stadium 8,400]
  62 yards Matt Bryant, Tampa Bay Buccaneers (W 23-21) Philadelphia Eagles, 10/22/2006 (N.F.L.) [Winning kick at the gun]
  62 yards Justin Sorensen, Bingham High (L 35-36) Jordan HS, 9/7/2007 (Utah) also called 63 yds.
  62 yards Derek Doerfler, Baker College (Kan.) (W 15-13) William Jewell, 10/5/2007 [to win w/39 sec. left; also 53 yarder, 5 FG total, all pts. in game.] (NAIA)
  62 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, Fort Pierce Fire (W 37-9) Sarasota Millionaires, 3/8/2008 (Southern States Football League) [Illegal formation penalty wipes out successful 62 yd. FG]
  62 yards Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks (W 26-23O.T.) Okanogan Commandos, 4/24/2010 (GNFA: Greater Northwest Football Association) 4/23?
  62 yards Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks (L 20-21) Vancouver Vikings, 4/23/2011 (Pacific Football League)

  62 yards Eddy Carmona, Harding University (L 16-23O.T.) East Central, 11/5/2011 (N.C.A.A. DII)
*62 yards James Chandler, Wichita Wild (W 49-47) at Omaha Beef, 4/6/2012 (Indoor Football League)
*62 yards Matthew Aven, Claremont-Mudd-Scripps (L 6-20) at Cal Lutheran, 10/19/2013 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [also 50 yd FG in game•ties NCAA DIII record]

*61 yards Bill Shear, Cortlandt State (W 15-8) v Hobart College, 10/15/1966 NCAA College Division (Div. II)
*61 yards Ray Guy, Southern Mississippi (L 21-27) at Utah State, 11/18/1972
Logan, Utah [in snowstorm] (2" tee)
  61 yards Wayne Latimer, Virginia Tech (W 13-10) v Florida State, 10/11/1975 (2" tee)
  61 yards Jerry Spicer, Hobart High School (L 23-24O.T.) Valparaiso HS, 10/31/1975 (n.) (Indiana) [Missed 63-yd. FG in same game.]
  61 yards Mike Wood, Southeast Missouri (W 39-7) Lincoln, 11/15/1975 (N.C.A.A.)
  61 yards Steve Little, Arkansas (L 3-9) v Tulsa, 9/25/1976 (2" tee)
  61 yards Kurt Baal, Lutheran HS (Denver) v Machebeuf HS (Denver) (Colorado), 1980
*61 yards Ralf Mojsiejenko, Michigan State (L 16-23) at Illinois, 9/11/1982 (2" tee)
Memorial Stadium (Longest in first career attempt)
  61 yards Dana Jacobsen, Leigh High School (San José) v Los Gatos HS (Ca.), 1985
  61 yards Mark Porter, Kansas State (L 3-48) v Nebraska. 10/22/1988 (2" tee)
  61 yards Brandon Brookfield, Littleton HS v A. Hinkley HS (Colorado), 11/4/1989
  61 yards Marty Simpson, Spring Valley HS (Columbia) at Hillcrest HS (Dazel), 1989 (South Carolina)

  61 yards Dan Eichloff, Kansas (W 62-10) v Ball State, 9/12/1992 (w/out tee)
*61 yards Kyle Bryant, Texas A&M (W 44-7) v Southern Mississippi, 9/28.1994 (w/out tee)
(Freshman record)
*61 yards Ian Howfield, Las Vegas Sting ( ) at Miami Hooters, 7/8/1995
  61 yards Josh Brown, Foyil HS [State playoff game] (Oklahoma), 1996 {8 man football}
  61 yards Mark Wisniewski, Bishop Kenny HS (L 25-33) v Nease HS (Florida), 1997

  61 yards Garrett Courtney, North Texas (H) (L 23-41) v Idaho, 11/3/1998 (w/out tee)
  61 yards Cort Moffitt, Washington HS (Tulsa) (Oklahoma), 1998
  61 yards John Kasay, Carolina Panthers (W 23-20) v New England Patriots, 9/2/1999
[Pre-season game]

  61 yards Bryan Robertson, Seymour HS v Franklin County (Indiana), 10/29/1999
  61 yards Cline Ingle, Burns HS (L 3-48) Shelby HS (North Carolina), 9/1/2000
  [61 yards Steve Weatherford, Terre Haute North HS (Indiana), 2000??] delisted
  61 yards Kody Bliss, Brentwood Academy (Tennessee) (L 3-10) McCallie School (Chattanooga), 9/28/2001
  61 yards Tyler Norris, Donelson Christian Academy (  ) v Greenbrier, 10/ /2001

  61 yards Pete Garces, Wyoming Cavalry (W 68-7) v. San Angelo Stampede (Tx.), 3/25/2005 (n), Casper Event Center [National Indoor Football League]
  61 yards Pete Garces, Wyoming Cavalry (W 52-32) Kissimmee Kreatures, 5/2/2005 4,119 (NIFL)
  61 yards Danny Kight, Louisville Fire (W 73-63) at Albany Conquest, 6/24/2005 (Arena Football 2)
  61 yards Steven Azar, Memphis Xplosion (W 71-30) Amarillo Dusters, 8/12/2005 [Playoff game] (AF2)

  61 yards Jeremy Seeton, East Texas Baptist (W 29-28) Mississippi College, 11/5/2005 (NCAA Division III)
  61 yards Matt Szymanski, A&M Consolidated HS (L 6-28) Euless Trinity, 12/3/2005 [Texas State Class 5A Division I Semi-Final] (no tee)
  61 yards Mason Crosby, Colorado State (W 14-10) Colorado, 9/9/2006 [Nullified as Colorado State called time out, had 12 men on field. Crosby then missed kick.]
  61 yards Kyle Chilton, Pikesville College (W 19-8) West Virginia Tech, 11/11/2006 (freshman) (N.A.I.A.)
  61 yards Garrett Hartley, Annual Oklahoma Sooner scrimmage, 8/18/2007 (N.C.A.A. DI)
  61 yards Kevin Harper, Mentor HS Cardinals (W 27-0) Solon High Comets, 9/7/2007 (Ohio)
  61 yards Carey Spear, Mayfield HS (L 10-13O.T.) Solon Comets, 11/14/2009 (Ohio) (Division I Regional Semifinal at Byers Field, Parma) [Off Free Kick end of 2nd half]

  61 yards Sebastian Janikowksi, Oakland Raiders (L 9-23) Cleveland Browns, 12/27/2009
  61 yards Matt Szymanski, S.M.U. (L 27-35) at Texas Tech, 9/5/2010 (N.C.A.A. DI)
  61 yards Craig Camay, Trenton Steel (L 53-56) Fayetteville Force, 4/3/2011 (S.I.F.L.: Southern Indoor Football League)
  61 yards Ryan Hawkins, Sunrise Mountain HS (Peoria) (L 34-55) at Peoria HS, 9/30/2011 (n.) (Arizona) [Video shows 61 yds., not 62 as reported]
  61 yards Spencer Benton, Clemson (W 52-27) Ball State, 9/8/2012 (N.C.A.A. DI)
  61 yards Jay Feely, Arizona Cardinals (L 16-19O.T.) Buffalo Bills, 10/14/2012 (NFL)
  61 yards Miles Hemphill, East Paulding Raiders (L 6-35) Stephenson HS, 11/23/2012 (Georgia) Class AAAAA Playoffs at Dallas, Ga.

©l 61 yards Justin Tucker, Baltimore Ravens (W 18-16) at Detroit Lions, 12/16/2013 (n.) (N.F.L.) [38 sec. left•6 of 6 FGs in game]

  60 yards Jake Beason, Lincoln High (Milwaukee) 1946 (Wisconsin)
  60 yards Dick Hartman, Washington HS (Milwaukee), 1946 (Wisconsin)
 60 yards Marty Akins, G-P High School (Corpus Christie) v. Aransas Pass HS (Texas), 1969
[Above kick was nullified by offsides penalty.]}
* 60 yards Ross Caputo, Judge Memorial HS (Salt Lake City) (W 3-0) Hillcrest HS, 9/4/1970 (Utah)

*60 yards Al Vitiello, Nassau Community College (L.I.) (W 24-20) Baltimore CC, Oct. 1970 [Junior College Record] (pos. only 56 yds.)
* 60 yards Bill McClard, Arkansas (W 36-3) v SMU, 11/14/1970 (2" tee)
  60 yards Tony DiRienzo, Oklahoma (W 48-20) v Minnesota, 11/17/1973 (2" tee)
  60 yards Dave Lawson, Air Force Academy (L 27-28) v Colorado, 10/4/1974 (2" tee)
  60 yards Bubba Hicks, Baylor (W 25-7) at Rice, 11/29/1975 10,000
  60 yards Kevin Shipley, Pittsburgh State (Kans.) ( ) v Nebraska-Kearney, 10/1/1977 NAIA
  60 yards Russell Erxleben, Texas (W 26-0) v Texas Tech, 10/29/1977 (2" tee)
[*Record for 3 over 60 in one regular season]
  60 yards Luis Zendejas, Don Antonio Lugo HS (Chino) (Calif.), 1980
*60 yards Henry Castellanos, El Camino Community College ( ) v Bakersfield CC, 1982 [Junior College Record]
  60 yards Fuad Reveiz, Tennessee (L 21-31) v Georgia Tech, 10/23/1982 (2" tee)
  60 yards Chris Perkins, Florida (W 63-21) v. Tulane, 9/15/1984 (2" tee)
  60 yards Kevin Butler, Georgia (W 26-23) v Clemson, 9/22/1984 (2" tee)
  60 yards Steve Cox, Cleveland Browns (L 9-12) at Cincinnati Bengals, 10/21/1984
  60 yards Ralf Mojsienko, Michigan State (L 6-10) v. Army, 12/22/1984 (Cherry Bowl, Pontiac, Mich.) [kick nullified by penalty, then missed 65 yarder]
  60 yards Don Shafer, USC (L 37-38) v Notre Dame, 11/29/1986 (2" tee), at LA Coliseum.
*60 yards Dave Ridgeway, Saskatchewan Roughriders (  ) v Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 9/6/1987 (C.F.L.)
*60 yards David Cool, Georgia Southern ( ) v James Madison, 11/5/1988 (2" tee)
(NCAA Division 1AA freshman record)
  60 yards Jim Harper, Valley Junior College (L.A.) (W 30-20) Harbor College, 10/8/1988 (Junior College Record)
  60 yards Chris MacInnis, North Augusta HS (South Carolina), 1989
  60 yards Mike Panasuk, Ferris State ( ) v St. Joseph's (Ind.), 11/10/1990 (w/out tee)
Division II
*60 yards Rusty Fricke, Denver Dynamite (W 52-46O.T.) v Columbus Thunderbolts, 7/26/1991 (Arena Football League)
  60 yards Morten Andersen, New Orleans Saints (L 17-20) Chicago Bears, 10/27/1991 [indoors]
  60 yards Michael Proctor, Pelham HS (W 39-16) v Mountain Brook HS (Alabama), 1991
  60 yards Joe Nedney, San José State (W 26-24) at Wyoming, 10/3/1992 (w/out tee)
  60 yards Terry Belden, Northern Arizona ( ) v Cal State Northridge, 9/18/1993
Division 1AA [* Part of record (tie) of three 50+ FGs in 1 game; record for one game
FG Avg.- 54.7 yards] (w/out tee)
  60 yards Kevin Gentle, Guntersville HS v Albertville (Alabama) 1993 State Playoffs [Also called 59 yards]
  60 yards Ignacio Brache, Village Christian HS (Sun Valley) v. Los Angeles Baptist, (California), 1994
[may have had 2nd 60+ FG?]

  60 yards Derek Schorejis, Bowling Green (L 16-35) v Toledo, 10/21/1995 (w/out tee)
  60 yards John Hall, Wisconsin (W3-27) at Minnesota, 11/11/1995 (w/out tee), inside Metrodome.
  60 yards Sebastian Janikowski, Sea Breeze HS (Daytona Beach) v Palatkah HS
(Florida), 1996 [missed one from 71]
  60 yards      , Pearson HS (Rockford) v Garrison HS, (Illinois) 1996 (prob.)[?]

  60 yards Rick Brand, Alma College (W 44-7) v Franklin (Ind.), 1998 Division III (w/out tee)
*60 yards Pete Garces, Idaho State (W 32-29) v Cal State Northridge, 11/21/1998
Division 1AA (w/out tee)
  60 yards Dan Nystrom, Cooper HS (Minnesota), 1998
  60 yards Justin Green, Odessa HS (W 38-7) v Warrensburg HS (Missouri), 1998 [freshman]
  60 yards Ramey Peru, Mesa Dobson HS v. Mesa HS (Arizona), 1998
  60 yards B.J. Sander, Roger Bacon HS (Cincinnati) (W ) v Kettering Archbishop Alter HS, 1998 (Ohio)
  60 yards Chris Kluwe, Los Alamitos HS (W 30-23, 2 OT) v Los Angeles Loyola HS (California), 11/27/1999 at Glendale HS Field [* CIF playoff game record] {may be 61 yds.}
  60 yards Chris Sims (Garland HS), Texas All-Stars (W 11-9) Oklahoma All-Stars,
6/24/2000 (Oil Bowl High School All-Star game) Memorial Stadium, Wichita Falls, Texas (* stadium record) [or 6/22/2001?]

*60 yards Omar Cardenas, Tech de Monterey (   ) v       ,2000{?} (w/tee)
Organization Nationale Estudiantil Football Americano [Mexican college football]

  60 yards Chace Long, Lincoln Capitals (Nebr.) v ?, Spring 2002 {NIFL}
  60 yards Hutch Parker, St. Margaret's (W 47-8) Ambassador Christian (Orange County, Cal.), 9/14/2002
  60 yards Paul Johnson, Chiles HS (Tallahassee, Florida) v ?, 2002
  60 yards Joe Kleinsmith, St. Edwards HS (W-L) v. Mentor HS, 8/2004 (Cleve., Oh.) SCRIMMAGE
  60 yards Christopher Tommie, Emerald HS (L 10-27) at Abbeyville HS, 9/16/2004 (n.) (S.D.), at Dennis Botts Field at Hite Stadium

  60 yards Mason Crosby, Colorado University (W 19-14) v. Iowa State, 10/16/2004 [also 28, 33 and 58 yard FGs in game]
  60 yards George Shamblen, Miles HS (W 40-27) at Eden High, 11/4/2005 (Texas) [Class 1A]
  60 yards Rob Bironas, Tennessee Titans (W 20-17) Indianapolis Colts, 12/3/2006 [with 7 seconds to go for win.]
  60 yards Joey Ijjas, Univ. of Florida Orange & Blue Spring Practice Scrimmage, 4/14/2007 47,500 [PATs were set up at vaarious distances]
  60 yards Ricky Lebeda (Dana College), Americans (W 16-6) Nationals, 4/21/2007 {Victory Sports Network (N.A.I.A.) Senior Classic, at Platte City, Missouri Pirate Stadium 1,014] [Hit 5 of 6 for playing for both teams.]
  60 yards Gary Cismesia, Florida State (L 12-45) at Florida, 11/24/2007 (NCAA DIA)
  60 yards Cody Bradley, Parowan High (W 30-13) Monticello HS, 10/10/2008 (Utah)
  60 yards J.T. Arnold, Crestview High (W 31-28) Washington HS Wildcats, 11/14/2008 (Florida) [Free kick w/tee off fair catch on punt. With 2.4 seconds to go for win.]

  Jason Yellin, unknown team, 2008 (Southeast Football League•S.E.F.L.)
  60 yards Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks (W 43-7) at North Sound Sting, 4/25/2009 [also 91-yd. punt] (Washington Football League)
*60 yards Chris Nendick, Chicago Slaughter (W 50-47) Green Bay Blizzard, 5/22/2010 (Indoor Football League) [??]
  60 yards Nico Francino, Midland High Junior Varsity (W 27-24) Abilene JV, 9/2/2010 (Texas)
  60 yards Dan Carpenter, Miami Dolphins (L 10-13) Clveland Browns, 12/5/2010 (N.F.L.)
  Lee Scott, North Texas Falcons (W 36-19) Denton County Rhinos, 4/2/2011 (Texas Unified Football League)
  60 yards Dustin Hopkins, Garnet (W 19-17) Gold, 4/16/2011 (Florida State Garnet and Gold Annual Spring Game) [no defensive rush on kicks] 53,000
  60 yards Josh Brown, St. Louis Rams (W 33-10) Indianapolis Colts, 8/13/2011 [NFL pre-season exhibition game]
  60 yards Alex Sigmon, Tennessee High (W 60-16) David Crockett HS, 9/2/2011 (n.) (Tennessee) [Free kick after fair catch. View this rare football play here! ]
  60 yards Jaden Oberkom, Arlington Martin HS (W 72-7) at Sam Houston HS, 10/7/2011 (Texas) [After penalty following missed 65-yd. FG]
  60 yards Dillon Christopher, Menchville HS (L 21-28O.T.) at Kecoughtan High, 11/5/2011 (Virginia)
  60 yards Garrett Swanson, Riverside King HS (L 3-58) Centennial HS (Corona), 11/10/2011 (California)
  60 yards Jackson Maples, Pinecres Patriots (L 20-28) Reagan High, 9/7/2012 (n.) (North Carolina)

  60 yards Andrew Furney, Washington State (W 24-20) Eastern Washington, 9/8/2012 (N.C.A.A. DI)
  60 yards Greg Zuerlein, St. Louis Rams (W 19-13) at Seattle Seahawks, 9/30/2012 (N.F.L.) [indoors]
  60 yards Matt McManis, Greenwood HS (W 47-7) at Woodmont HS, 10/5/2012 (South Carolina) [on Free Kick]
  60 yards Anthony Farinella, Bowling Green (W 24-3) Eastern Michigan, 10/27/2012 (N.C.A.A.)
  60 yards Tyler Pack, Johnson Central HS (W 54-0) at Greenup County, 10/4/2013 (Kentucky) [on Free Kick]
  60 yards Stephen Gostkoski, New England Patriots (W 30-7) Carolina Panthers, 8/22/2014 (N.F.L. Pre-Season Exhibition Game

Note: The following claim is bogus and never occurred:
67 yards Ed Strickland, Birmingham Suns, Dixie (minor) League, 1970's
61 yards Trey Crum, El Paso Generals, Indoor Football League, 2009 [long was really 48 yds.]
Note: The following record is wrong:
63 yards Tony Dodson, Tulsa Talons (W 70-42) at Hawaiian Islanders. Arena Football League Two, 5/4/2002;
  The hash marks were 5 every four yards. Officials thought it was regulation marked & credited the kick as 63 yards. It was really a 50 yard kick.
Note: The following record is wrong:
 Point After Touchdown:
*62 yards David Rosenblum, Wilson HS (W 41-0) v. Springarn HS (D.C.), 10/3/2003 (n)  [Long PAT due to penalties] [followed Rosenbaum's 69 yard TD kick return]
Miscalculated. Video tape shows PAT was 51 yards, still a record for a conversion.
Note: The following record is wrong:
60 yards Courtney Leavitt, Germantown HS (W 46-0) v. Bartlett, 10/20/1995 (Memphis, Tenn.)
Kick was actually 59 yards long.
Note: The following was either a misprint or misprint:
60 yards Lee Scott, North Texas Falcons (W 36-19) Denton Conty Rhinos, 4/2/2011 [Texas United Football League]
Kick was actually 50 yards long.
Note: The following was reported incorrectly due to lack of yard line designations:
62 yard PAT David Rosenbaum, Wilson HS (W 41-0) v. Spingarn, 10/3/2003 (D.C.)
Kick was actually 58 yards long, 51 yards, 48 yds. or shorter.

the following took place in pre-season controlled scrimmages:
62 yards Ryan Harrison, Air Force Academy, 8/25/2007
61 yards Garrett Hartley, Oklahoma, 8/18/2007 5,000

The following took place in kicking camps, contests & exhibitions and are noted:
[69 yards Andrei Heidari, on Christmas Break, 12/23/2011]
[67 yards Jimmy Lynn Sanchez (Seton Hill College) at Walt Disney World's Wide World of Sports complex demonstrations, May 2002 Straight-on style kicker]
[67 yards Carson Wiggs, Purdue University, in kicking exhibition at Black and Gold Spring Scrimmage, 4/9/2011]
[65 yards Christopher Rogers (Trinity Christian School, Ga.), Ray Guy National Kicking Academy, 2006]
[65 yards Aaron Medley (University of Tennessee), Kohl's Kicking Southern Showcase Camp, Atlanta, Ga., May 2013]
[62 yards Beau Wegmann (Clarke Central HS, Georgia) at Ray Guy Kicking Camp, 1998]
[62 yards Sid Halliday at Chris Boniol's Kicking Camp, 5/29/2004]
[62 yards Chris Kitsmiller (Spring Lake HS, Muskegon, Mich.) at Midwest Kicking Camp, July 2006 Straight-on style kicker]
[61 yards Philip Yost, National Kicking Service Camp,Atlanta, 2000?]
[61 yards Zach Grossnickle (Denver East HS), 7/7/2008 at Ray Guy Kicking Camp/Pro Kicker Colorado Academy, Colorado Springs]

[60 yards Klaus Wilmsmeyer (Louisville), Ray Pelfrey Invitational winner, 1988]
[60 yards Mike Mussina, Penn State football camp, year unknown]
[60 yards Shawn Hale (North Medford HS, Oregon) at Willamette Kicking Camp, 2001?]

Australian Rules Football
  Victorian Football Association
  60 yards Pat O'Dea, Melbourne Football Club v. Ballarat, May 1892 (drop-kick)

  Victorian Football League
* 86 yards, 1 foot David McNamara, St. Kilda (?), 4/12/1913 (placekick)
* 73 yards, Les Kew Ming, North Melbourne, 9/20/1928 (drop-kick)

• The above Australian football is convoluted & confusing, see a much larger list at this Longkicks page.

Still from the movie, 'Three Little Pigskins' with the Three Stiiges. Image of Larry holding football on top of Curly's head with Moe about to kick the ball. This is probably the first film to credit Lucille Ball for her role.
The Three Stooges in “Three Little Pigskins”
(with Lucille Ball's first credited role)

 Other notable longest field goals:
NFL FG by drop-kick:
      [disputed]    50 yards Wilbur (Pete) Henry, Canton Bulldogs (  ) v Toledo Maroons,11/13/1922.
                    50 yards John (Paddy) Driscoll, Chicago Cardinals (  ) v Milwaukee Badgers,
                                                    9/28/1924.
                    50 yards John (Paddy) Driscoll, Chicago Cardinals (W  ) v Columbus Tigers, 
                                                    10/11/1925.
		[Note: The following is often recorded as a drop-kick, but the kicker himself says it was a placekick:
		       54 yards Glenn Presnell, Detroit Lions (W 3-0) v Green Bay Packers,  / /1932.]

Official NFL FG Distance Record Progression:
NFL longest FG 1922-1934:  45 yards Wilbur “Pete” Henry, Canton Bulldogs v. Toledo Mroons, 12/10/1922
NFL longest FG 1934-1953:  54 yards Glenn Presnell, Detroit Lions (W 3-0) v Green Bay Packers, 10/7/1934
NFL longest FG 1953-1970:  56 yards Bert Rechicher, Baltimore Colts (W 13-9) Chicago Bears, 9/27/1953 [also scored TD on interception]
NFL longest FG 11/8/1970:  63 yards Tom Dempsey, New Orleans Saints (W 19-17) Detroit Lions, 11/8/1970
NFL longest FG 10/25/1998: 63 yards Jason Elam, Denver Broncos (W 37-24) Jacksonville Jaguars, 10/25/1998
NFL longest FG 9/12/2011:  63 yards Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders (W 23-20) at Denver Broncos, 9/12/2011 (n.)
																								
NFL Longest FG to win in OT: 53 yards Chris Jacke, Green Bay Packers (W 23-20) San Francisco 49ers, 10/14/1996
NFL Longest FG in playoff game: 58 yards Pete Stoyanovich, Miami Dolphins (W 17-16) Kansas City Chiefs, 1/5/1991
AFC Championship:
                 48 yards George Blanda, Oakland Raiders v. Baltimore Colts, 1970
                 48 yards Jason Elam, Denver Broncos v. New York Jets, 1998
NFL Championship: 52 yards Lou Groza, Cleveland Browns (L 17-24) at Los Angeles Rams, 12/31/1951
Super Bowl, record progression: 48 yards Jan Stenerud, Kansas City Chiefs v. Minnesota Vikings, 1970
                                54 yards Steve Christie, Buffalo Bills (L 13-30) v Dallas Cowboys, Super Bowl XXVIII, 1/30/1994, at the Georgia Dome, Atlanta.

Super Bowl............. others: 51 yards Jason Elam, Denver Broncos (W 31-24) Green Bay Packers, 1/25/1998 (Super Bowl XXXII)
                                50 yards Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis Rams (L 17-20) New England Patriots, 2/3/2002 (Super Bowl XXXVI)
                                50 yards John Kasay, Carolina Cougars (L 29-32) New England Patriots, 2/1/2004 (Super Bowl XXXVIII)

NFL: First player to have two (2) FGs over 50 yards in one game: 
                 Jim Martin, Detroit Lions (W 30-17) Baltimore Colts, 10/24/1960
NFL: First player to have one 60-yd. FG & one 50 (58-yd FG) in one game: 
                 Greg Zuerlein, St. Louis Rams (W 19-13) Seattle Seahawks, 9/30/2012 [also 48-yd & 24-yd FGs]
NFL Europe: 56 yards Danny Kight, Rhein Fire (W 18-7) v Barcelona Dragons, 5/6/2000
NFL longest missed FGs:
                                   76 yards Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders v. San Diego Chargers, 9/28/2008
                                   74 yards Mark Moseley, Washington Redskins v. New York Giants, 11/22/1979
                                   73 yards Fred Steinfort, Denver Broncos v. New England Patriots, 9/29/1980 
                                   70 yards Mark Moseley, Washington Redskins v. Houston Oilers, 9/2/1979 [a 72 as well?]
                                   71 yards Joe Danelo, New York Giants v. Los Angeles Rams, 10/28/1979    
                                   69 yards Mason Crosby, Green Bay packers v. Detroit Lions, 12/28/2008 [on a fair-catch free-kick attempt] 
                                   68 yards Neil Rackers, Arizona Cardinals v. New York Giants, 11/23/2008 [on a fair-catch free-kick attempt]
                                   66 yards Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders (L 13-34) Washington Redskins, 12/13/2009
                                   66 yards Greg Zuerlein, St. Louis Rams (L 14-17) at Mimami Dolphins, 10/14/2012
                                   64 yards Sebastian Janikowski, Oakland Raiders (W 26-23O.T.) Jacksonville Jaguars, 10/21/2012

Last FG on a fair-catch free-kick: 43 yards Mac Percival, Chicago Bears (W 13-10) at Green Bay Packers, 11/3/1968 [With 20 seconds left to win game.]

AFL (#4) longest FG: 55 yards George Blanda, Houston Oilers (W 33-13) San Diego Chargers, 12/3/1961 37,645 [& as QB: 20 of 34, 351 yds., 4 TDs]
[AFL exhibition gm.: 57 yards Pete Gogolak, Buffalo Bills (W 26-13) New York Jets, at Tampa, 8/8/1964 (n) 5,827 - longest in pro football at time.]
Longest FG at Lambeau Field: 58 yards Josh Brown, Seattle Seahawks (L 13-35) Green Bay Packers, 10/5/2003
Longest FG, New York Giants: 51 yards Brad Daluiso (L 22-23) Minnesota Vikings [1st round NFC Playoffs], 12/27/1997 Giants Stadium

U.S.F.L. longest FG: 57 yards Jim Asmus, Arizona Wranglers v. Los Angeles Express, 3/19/1983
                     57 yards Brian Speelman, Denver Gold v. Oakland Invaders, 5/22/1984
United Football League (U.F.L.): 59 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, Sacramento Mountain Lions (L 9-20) Las Vegas Locomotives, 10/10/2012
                                 54 yards Nick Novak, Florida Tuskers (W 27-20) at Las Vegas Locomotives, 9/19/2010
                                 54 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, Sacramento Mountain Lions (W 24-20) Florida Tuskers. 9/26/2010
                                 53 yards Graham Gano, Las Vegas Locomotives (W 30-17) California Redwoods, 10/8/2009
										 
World League of American Football (W.L.A.F.)
     54 yards Phil Alexander, London Monarchs v. Merton Admirals, 1991

Britball (American Football in UK & Ireland) longest FG:
  by placekick:
     58 yards Kevin Hurst, British Gridiron Football League (BGFL) All-Stars v Australia National Team, 1988
     58 yards Graham Howlett, Cambridge Crunchers (L 3-27) at West London Aces (Combined Gridiron League-CGL), 8/6/1989
  by drop-kick:	
     55 yards Ben Torriero, Harrogate Hawks (W 15-14) Merseyside Centurions (British National Football League-BNGL), 5/12/1990 
Canada Pros- 1st FG of around 50 yards:
                                by drop-kick:
                                             Rev. Richardson, Winnipeg Rugby Football Club, 5/16/1903 (Manitoba Rugby Football Union)
                                by placekick:
                                             T.P. Bate, St. John's Rugby Football Club, 4/24/1897 (Manitoba Rugby Football Union)
CFL Longest FG record progression:
                                  58 yards Bill Mitchell, Edmonton Eskimos at Calgary Stampeders, 8/17/1964
                                  59 yards Dave Cutler, Edmonton Eskimos at Saskatchewan Roughriders, 10/28/1970
                                  59 yards Paul Warson, Saskatchewan Roughriders v. Winninpeg Blue Bombers,  7/12/1981
                                  60 yards Dave Ridgeway, Saskatchewan Roughriders v. Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 9/6/1987
                                  Paul McCallum, Saskatchewan Roughriders (W 12-3) v. Edmonton Eskimos, 10/27/2001
CFL Grey Cup longest FG: 53 yards Carlos Huerta, Baltimore Stallions (W 37-20) v. Calgary Stampeders, at Regina, 11/19/1995	
                         52 yards Dave Cutler, Edmonton Eskimos v. Montreal Concords, 11/23/1975
                         51 yards Bob Macoritti, Saskatchewan Rough Riders v. Ottawa Roughriders, 1976
                         51 yards Terry Baker, Montreal Alouettes v. British Columbia Lions, 2000
CFL Longest Kickoff: 100 yards Dave Cutler, Edmonton Eskimos v. Toronto Argonauts, 11/28/1982
CFL Longest “Single” Punt (“Rouge”): 
                           92 yards Jonathan Ryan, Winnipeg Blue Bombers (W 29-1) Ottawa Rough Riders, 7/16/2004
                           86 yards Noel Prefontaine, Toronto Argonauts, 1998 
CFL Longest missed FG:
                      71 yards Dave Cutler, Edmonton Eskimos at Saskatchewan Roughriders, 1977
Canadian HS record (still?): 57 yards Pedro Svinaga, Jesuit Col. of Loyola (Montreal) (L 3-6) McGill Intermediates, McGill Stadium, Montreal, 1920's (drop-kick) [not 65 yds. as misreported]

Indoor Football League (I.F.L.) Longest Misses:
                                               66 yards Deric Yaussi, Colorado Ice (L 18-51) El Paso Generals, 6/27/2009
																               65 yards Trey Crum, El Paso Generals (W 50-17) CC Hammerheads, 4/4/2009
Texas Unified Football League (T.U.F.L.) [monor league] Longest Misses:
                                               68 yards Casey Martin, Wichita Falls Vipers (L 15-18) North Texas Stampede, 4/2/2011

EFL EuroBowl: 51 yards Benhamin Scharweit, Berlin Adler (W 34-31) at Vienna Vikings, Jul. 5, 2010 [To win with :01 to go ] (EuroBowl XXIV) 
Finland: SAJL Maple Bowl (Vaahteramalja):54 yards Kari Gronroos, Helsinki Roosters (W 23-22) East City Giants, 1996 (Maple Bowl XVII) at Pallokenttä (Giants Stadium)
Italy (IFL): 45 yards Andrea Vergazzoli, Parma Panthers, 2011
Poland (PLFA): 51 yards Krzysztof Wis, Devils Wroclaw (W 31-24) Crew Wroclaw, Jun. 20, 2010

Early High School record: 48 yards Donald Ewing, Kirkwood HS (W 9-5) Webster Groves HS, (St. Louis County Championship) 12/6/1913 (Missouri)
Early High School record: 59 yards Bill Phelps, Colorado Springs HS at Florence, 1923 (drop-kick)  (Colorado) *[Longest drop kick FG by HS student]
Early High School record: 55 yards Phil Mooney, Wilmette (Loyola) v. Chicago (De LaSalle), 1924  (Illinois) [Last play of game] Record stood for 62 years!
Longest drop kick, Mansfield State Normal (now Univ.): 55 yards Orson Wilcox (W 10-7) Wyoming Seminary, 1915
Longest drop kick, Paul Quinn College: 54 yards _____ Sheppard, 1921-24 [black]
Longest drop kick, Everitt H.S. (Mass.): 46 yards Charlie Brickley v. Malden HS, 1908 (Massachusetts)
Longest FG to End Game, NCAA, Div. III: 54 yards Mike Clark, Augustina (W 27-26) Wisconsin-Platteville, 9/27/2003 At Ericson Field, Rock Island, Illinois
Longest FG to win close game, NCAA, Div. 1AA: 58 yards Rich Ehmke, Eastern Illinois (W 31-30) Northern Iowa, 10/11/1986
Bowl Championship Series (BCS), longest FG: 51 yards Jeff Chandler, Florida v. Miami (Fla.), 1/2/2001 (Sugar Bowl)
                                            51 yards Jon Peattie, Miami (Fla.) v. Florida State, 1/3/2001 (Orange Bowl)
BCS NCAA National Championship, longest FG: 48 yards David Pino, Texas v Southern Cal, 1/4/2006 (Rose Bowl)
Longest attempt (miss), NCAA, without a tee: 67 yds. Philip Welch, Wisconsin (W 31-30) Iowa, 10/23/2010
                                             66 yds. Jose Martinez, Texas-El Paso (L 17-42) at Buffalo, 8/18/2008 (n.)
Longest known misses, High School: 107 yards Dustin Wright, Niles HS (L 0-35) at Portage Central, 9/17/2010 (Michigan) [Used field goals in lieu of a punter]
                                   104 yards Brian Balleweg, Simi Valley HS, 1990 season (California) [used placekicks instead of punts, 70 yards was shortest "attempt."]
                                    92 yards Drew Barlow, Bloomington South (W 13-9) Columbus North, 10/8/2010 (Indiana) [Used field goal kicker to avoid punt returner. Also had 95 yd. FG blocked and missed from 67 & 66]

Colgate longest Field Goal: 52 yards D.B. West (W 15-0) at Syracuse, 11/18/1916  [or 48 yd.?]
Columbia University Longest:
                            Drop Kick: 52 yards Ralph Hewitt (W 10-7) v. Cornell, 10/31/1930 [also scored 90 yard kickoff return for TD, & PAT, scoring all Columbia points in game] [53 yd.?]
                            Placement: 50 yards Matt Pollard (L 27-36) v. Lehigh, 1988
                            Other famous drop kick: 48 yards Howard Miller (W 19-16) v. N.Y.U., 11/20/1915 [w/less than minute to play. soph] South Field 7,000
University of Delaware longest: 54 yards Steve Leo, v. Navy, 1992
Lehigh University longest: 49 yards Mike Whalen, v. Maine, 9/12/1981
Univ. of New Hampshire longest: 53 yards Dave Teggart, v. Northeastern, 10/22/1977
Temple Longest: 56 yards Don Bitterlich, v. Akron, 1975
U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (Kings Point) longest: 48 John ReShore, v. Fordham, 10/5/1974
Tufts University longest drop kick FG:  53 yards Jim Fitzgerald, v. Massachusetts, 1926
Tufts University longest place kick FG: 49 yards Marcellus Rolle, v. Williams, 10/19/2002
Valparaiso College longest FG: 56 yards Gil Guitierrez, at Northern Arizona, 11/13/1993 
University of Wisconsin 2nd longest drop kick FG: 53 yards Homer Davidson, Wisconsin Seconds v. Notre Dame 2nds, 1928
University of Wisconsin longest place kick FG: 57 yards Pat O'Dea, v. Illinois, 1899

Longest FG, U.S. Navy Ship (Drop-Kick): 52 yards ___ Skilling, U.S.S. New Mexico Mustangs (W 10-0) at West Seattle A.C., 10/17/1926 (Based at Bellevue, Washington)

Alaska High Schools: 53 yards Bryan Malet, Chugiak HS (W 41-0) East HS (Anchorage), 9/17/2010
                     52 yards Bryan Malet, Chugiak HS (W 13-7) at Dimond HS, 8/27/2010 (n.)
                     49 yards Nathan Oliver, Chugiak HS (W 52-7) Eagle River, 9/15/2007               
                     48 yards Lee Sullivan, Juneau HS v. Chugiak HS, 9/13/2002
                     47 yards Kyle Schierholt, Chugiak HS (W 42-0) West Valley, 8/14/2004
Arizona HS 3A Record: 54 yards Kyle Day, Shuarita HS v. Coolidge High, 2004
Arizona HS 1A (8-man football):
                               50 yards Eric Lathim, Fredonia HS v. Joseph City, 1973
                               50 yards Damian Jauregui, Bagdad HS (W 64-12) Paradise Honors, 9/7/2012
Arkansas HS record: 57 yards Andrew Miller, Hackkett High, 1998
California HS early record: 58 yards Jim White, Barstow HS v. Ontario HS, 11/22/1968 (n.)
Connecticut High Schools (drop kick): 55 yards Ernest Neipp, New Britain HS v. Hartford Public HS, 1924 [drop kick] also called 45 yds.
Connecticut HS record progression: 49 yards Kent Reyes, New London HS v. St. Bernard, 1970
                                   51 yards William Coleman, Weaver HS v. East Hartford HS, 1972                          
                                   54 yards Rico Brogna, Watertown High v. Wolcott HS, 1987
                                   54 yards Tyler Timion, Fermi HS v. Rockville HS, 1987
                                   54 yards Matt Paola, Pomperaug HS (W 58-20) Notre Dame Catholic (Fairfield), 10/28/2011
Delaware HS record: 54 yards James Ohliger, Tatnall HS (L 17-20) v. Archmere HS, 10/13/2002
                    52 yards Jonathan Ohliger, Tatnall HS, 1995 *[brothers]									
East-West Shrine Game, Longest Drop-Kick FG: 44 yards Frosty Peters (Illinois), 1930
                       Longest Placekick FG: 42 yards Dan Pastorini (Santa Clara), West (W 17-13) East, 12/31/1971
Early Georgia HS record: 57 yards Lum Cox, Waycross HS, 1925
Illinois HS record: 59 yards Nick Setta, Lockport Township HS v. Chicago Heights Bloom HS, 10/25/1996
Iowa College record (drop-kick): 59 yards Jack Pence, Coe College v. Drake, 1923
Kentucky High School: 58 yards Aaron Petry, Raceland HS v. Berea HS, 2003
                      58 yards Tyler Pack, Johnson Central (W 53-7) Perry County, 9/13/2013
                      60 yards Tyler Pack, Johnson Central (W 54-0) at Greenup County, 10/11/2013 [Free Kick]
Kentucky High School A.A.: 57 yards Dustin Wynn, Middlesboro HS v Harlan, 1998
Longest Conversion (PAT): 51 yards, David Rosenblum, Wilson HS (W 41-0) v. Springarn HS (D.C.), 10/3/2003 [51 yd. PAT due to penalties; orig, miscalculated as 62 yds.]
Longest missed FG, NCAA: 113 yards  Jan Stenarud, Montana State, c.1966
Louisiana state record: 59 yards Keith Andrews, Ouachita Christian HS (Monroe, La.) (W   ) v Faith Christian (Ark.), 9/28/2001
Maryland HS record progression:
                               52 yards Barry Hagans, Dunbar High, 1983
                               57 yards Jason Bloom, Perry Hall High (W 27-0) Dundalk HS, 11/5/1994
								               57 yards Scott Collins, John Carroll School v. McDonough HS, 10/18/1957 
                               59 yards Shane West, Havre de Grace HS (W 34-14) Jappatowne, 10/10/2003 [also QB]
Michigan Intercollegiate A.A.: 53 yards Steve Dallas, Kalamazoo (  ) v Albion, 1940
Michigan Longest drop kick FG: 55 yards John “Cutz” Cavosie, Ironwood HS (W 47-0) Menominee HS, 1925
Michigan H.S.A.A. Longest FG Historic Record Holders (from 54): 
                  54 yards Derrick Underwood, Ecorse HS v. Inkster, 1976
                  55 yards Harold Moore, Dearborn HS v. Plymouth HS, 1979
                  58 yards John Lengeloh, Utica HS v. Sterling Heights, 9/13/1985
                  59 yards Doug Kochanski, Warren Woods-Tower v Marine City, 10/28/1994
Minnesota HS Longest FG:
                        57 yards Fabian Klienschumacher, Climax-Fisher v. Norman County HS, 2003
                        54 yards Mike Chaldberg, Forest Lake High, 1990
                        54 yards Ken Johnson, Centennial High v. Fridley, 1995
                        53 yards Jim Gallery, Morton High v Lake Benton, 1977
                        53 yards Jim Gallery, Morton High v. Balaton, 1978 
Nebraska High School: 11/A    - 55 yards Paul Kosel, Omaha Burke v Central, 1994
                                59 yards Chris McClanthan, Millard South v. Lincoln East, 1999
                      Class B - 54 yards Casper Ningen, Chadron HS, 1991
                                55 yards Adam Tatro, Beatrice High, 1998
                      Class C-1 Playoffs Record:
                                57 yards Drew Farlee, Norfolk Catholic (W 35-21) at Wahoo HS, 11/9/2010 Warrior Stadium 2,000
                      Class C-2 56 yards Victor de Nieuwe, Blue Hill (W 78-0) at Sandy Creek, 10/5/2007
                      8 Man   - 51 yards DJ Harrington, Brownwell-Talbot, 1998
New Jersey HS (NJSIAA): 58 yards Kevin Mills, Shore Regional HS (W 51-17) v Pinelands, at Tuckerton, 9/22/1984
New Mexico HS: 59 yards Louis Reagon, Tucumari High v. Lovington HS, 10/23/1981
NY CHSAA: 58 yards Scott Bentley, Overland HS, 1991
NY Nassau County Public H.S. Section 8: 49 yards Jon Maragliano, Locust Valley v Oyster Bay, 11/19/1987
NY State Historic Record Holders Sequence (from 53):
                  53 Ed Loncar, East Hampton High, 11/2/1974
                  54 Brian Cesarski, John Glenn High, 10/1/1988
                  57 Todd Sauerbrun, Ward Melville HS, 10/14/1989
                  58 Kevin Knope, Greece Olympia High, 10/6/1990
                  62 Todd Sauerbrun, Ward Melville HS, 10/27/1990 
North Carolina (NCHSAA) Early Records in sequence:
                                                  57 Chris Leone, Greensboro Grimsley v. R.J. Reynolds, 10/7/1991
                                                  58 Tyler Ashe, Shelby HS v. Burns HS, 9/22/1995
                                                  58 Shon Rowser, East Duplin HS v. Southwest Onslow, 11/7/1997
                                                  61 Cline Ingle, Burns HS (W 48-3) Shelby HS, 9/2/2000
Notre Dame longest FG: 53 yards Dave Reeve, v. Pittsburgh, 1976
Philadelphia Public League: 47 yards Alex Peev, Frankford HS (W 50-0) v. Bartram, 1994 playoff quarter-final.
Old Philadelphia FG record: 51 yards Howard Berry, Northeast HS, 1911 drop kick
Philadelphia scholastic record: 52 yards Roger Price, Washington HS (W 15-6) v Archbishop Ryan Prep, at Mickey Young Memorial Stadium, 11/2000  [also PL?]
Ohio Longest drop-kick FG Progression: 33 yards Fred Weber, Dover HS v. Uhrichsville, 1914
                                       40 yards Fred Weber, Dover HS v. Alliance, 1916
                                       52 yards Dude Vickers, Martins Ferry High, 1917
Oregon High School old record: 54 yards Donald “Buster” Hodges, Veronia HS (W 3-0) v. Rainier HS, 10/2/1926
Oregon High School record: 55 yards Paul Burton, Sunset HS (W 16-6) v. Beaverton HS, 10/25/1991
Oregon HS 8-man football: 35 yards Mike larson, Prospect HS v. Days Creek, 10/21/1980
                          45 yards Tyler Wood, Crow Cougars (L 24-36) Perrydale HS, 9/7/2007
Pennsylvania High School: 58 yards Matt Domonkos, Bishop McCourt (Johnstown), 2001
                          55 yards Jon Curry, Pennridge HS v. Cheltenham HS, 1933
Pennsylvania High School long kickoff: 85 yards Jimmy Lynn Sanchez, McCaskey West HS Junior Varsity (Lancaster) v. Wilson JV, 2000 [straight-on kicker]
Virginia High School:
           Placekick:
                     58 yards Jeff Heath, First Colonial HS, 1981
                     58 yards Chris Dawson, Park View-Sterling, 1988
                     60 yards Dillon Christopher, Menchville HS (L 21-28O.T.) at Kecoughtan HS, 11/5/2011 HS
           Dropkick:
                     55 yards Maxi Leitman, Woodrow Wilson HS, 1923 (maybe twice)
Washington State 8-man football: 50 yards Eric Robinson, Lummi HS (W 70-24) Highland Christian, 10/22/2010
                                 45 yards Edgar Martinez, Touchet High, 2001
                 11-man, drop kick:  62 yards Kelly Imhoff, Kent High, 1929
                 11-man, placement:  59 yards Kieron Walford, Federal Way HS, 1973
                                     59 yards Randy Jones, Ferris High, 1994
West Virginia High School: Corey Smith Musselman HS (W 20-13) Central Woodstock, 9/14/2007 [on free kick after fair catch]
Western NY High School: 52 yards Dallas Pelz, St. Francis, 1999 or earlier.
Wisconsin High School: 58 yards A.J. Corona, West Allis Central (W 35-34) Lutheran HS, 2001 (Milwaukee)

8-man football (High School): 47 yards Randy Haarborg, Wauneta HS (Nebraska), 1982
9-man football (High School): 38 yards Lars Cramer Johnson, Castlewood HS (South Dakota), 1984
Gulf South Conference (NAIA): 59 yards Sean MacMillan, Arkansas-Monticello (W 80-0) v. Panhandle State, 2000 (yr?)
Iowa Intercol. Athl. Conf.: 58 yards Mike Riordan, William Penn v. Wartburo, 10/1/1983 (Division III)
Ivy League: 54 yards Charley Gogolack, Princeton (W 36-27) at Cornell, 10/9/1965
                     John Killian, Cornell (W 10-3) v. Columbia, 11/1/1969
                     Tim Mazzetti, Penn (L 20-24) v. Lehigh, 9/24/1976
                     Tim Mazzetti, Penn (W 15-14) at Lafayette, 10/16/1976	
South Atlantic Conference: 57 yards Eddie Taylor, Newberry (   ) v Furman, 1985
The Orange Bowl longest FG: 56 yards Greg Cox, Miami(FL) (W 20-14) v Oklahoma, 1/1/1988
The Rose Bowl: 52 yards Rich Spangler, Ohio State (L 17-20) v USC, 1/1/1985
               52 yards Rob Houghtlin, Iowa (L 28-45) v UCLA, 1/1/1986
Longest at Memorial Stadium, Grand Forks,N.D,:  58 yards Cory Solberg, North Dakota (W 46-12) v South Dakota, 9/22/1990
Longest in Canadian College (CIS):  57 yards Gerry Foster, Saint Mary's College v. Mt. Allison, 10/18/1986
                                    55 yards Kevin Rydeard, Western v. York, 9/11/1982
                                    55 yards Jamie Boreham, Manitoba (W 22-14) Saskatchewan, 10/20/2001
                                    53 yards Dave Pegg, Windsor v. McMaster, 10/26/1974
                                    53 yards Frank Jagas, Western v. Toronto, 11/2/1991
                                    53 yards Roy Venier, York v. Queen's, 9/22/2001
      Longest in (CIS) Vanier Cup:  50 yards Brian Miachak, Calgary U., 1995  
           Longest Punt in C.I.S.: 100 yards Brent Matich, Calgary v. Alberta, 10/25/1987
Longest in Ontario University Athletics (OAU): 
                                    55 yards Kevin Rydeard, Western v. York, 9/11/1982
Longest by University of Regina (C.I.S.):
                                    49 yards Perri Scarcelli, Regina (W 30-272 O.T.s) U. of Manitoba, 8/31/2006
								 
North Central Conference record: 59 yards Cameron Peterka, U of North Dakota (W 38-14) at St. Cloud State (Indoors), 11/4/2000
NCAA Playoff game record: 59 yards Cameron Peterka, U of North Dakota (W 38-0) (H) v. Pittsburgh State, Division II quarter-finals, 11/24/2001
Mid-States Football Lg. (Minor Lg.): 50 yards Zach Blair, Chicago Lawmen (W 30-0) v. Force of Illinois, 8/10/2003
Northwest Football Alliance (Semi-Pro Lg.): 57 yards Keith Bassham, Clark County Grizzlies (W 48-6) Seattle Cavaliers, 9/1/1984 
                                            57 yards Dave Broussard, Eastside Express (Bellevue) (W 10-3) Spokane Fury, 7/25/1985
                                            59 yards Rik Pearson, Spokane Fury (W 45-0) Skagit Valley Raiders, 8/3/1985
Southern States Football Lg. (Minor Lg.): 56 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, Fort Pierce Fire v. North Florida Rams, 1/27/2007
                                         [62 yards Fabrizio Scaccia, Fort Pierce Fire (W 37-9) v. Sarasota Millionaires, 3/8/2008 negated by penalty]
Texas Spring Football Lg.: 57 yards Rolf Schaefer, San Antonio Chargers, 1995
Longest FG- Arena Football 2 (AF2): 58 yards, Todd Latourette, Tennessee Valley Vipers, 2002 
                                    58 yards, James Thomas, Greensboro Prowlers v. Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, 4/6/2002  yr.?
[3rd longest Colorado HS FG: 59 yards, Field Phelps, Colorado Springs HS, 1923]
Longest 1st successful FG: 54 yards Dylan Klumph, Crespi HS (W 32-13) Loyola, 10/18.2013 (California) 32-14?

Perfect N.F.L. season: Gary Anderson, Minnesota Vikings, 1998: 35 of 35 FGs & 59 of 59 PATs

Most years without a FG, NCAA: 17 Rutgers, 10/24/1942 v. Lehigh to 10/24/1959 v. Lehigh (139 games)
Longest Kickoff, Canada Juniors (CJFL): 113 yards Carson Souter, Abbotsford Airforce, 1994 (British Columbia Football Conference)
Report from the Atlantic News Telegraph, Atlantic, Iowa, October 19, 1921, titled: Football Explodes After Being Kicked. It reads: MOOSE HEART, Ill., Oct. 19--A perfect dropkick from the twenty-five yard line was spoiled by a defective football which exploded just as the ball sailed over the goal bar in a game here between Moose Heart and Mooris high school. Right End Derbin of the Moose Heart team dropped back to the twenty five yard line and attempted the dropkick. The kick was perfect and the ball was passing the goal bar when it exploded and burst. The referee gave Durbin another ball, and this time the player missed the goal.
Consecutive FGs, N.F.L.:
                         42 Mike Vanderjagt, Indianapolis Colts, 2002-2004
                         40 Gary Anderson, Minnesota Vikings, 1997-1998
                         31 Fuad Reveiz, Minnesota Vikings, 1994-95
                         31 Neil Rackers, Arizona Cardinals, to 2005

Consecutive PATs by drop kick, N.F.L.:
                         49 straight Wilbur “Pete” “Fats” Henry, 6 teams, 1920-28, 1930
                         26 straight Elmer Oliphant, Buffalo All-Americans, 1921  
Consecutive PATs by place kick, N.F.L.:
                        469 straight Matt Stover, Baltimore Ravens, 10/27/1996 through 2009
                        371 straight Jason Elam, Denver Broncos, 1992-2002
                        371 straight Jeff Wilkins, St. Louis Rams, 1999-2007
                        321 straight Rian Lindell, Buffalo Bills, 2001-11/7/2010
                        301 straight Norm Johnson, Atlanta Falcons, 1991-94•Pittsburgh Steelers, 1995-98•Philadelphia Eagles, 1999
                        250 straight Eddie Murray, Minnesota Vikings, to 1997
                        234 straight Tommie Davis, San Francisco 49ers, 1959-65
                        221 straight Jim Turner, 1967-70 New York Jets, 1971-74 Denver Broncos
                        212 straight Olindo Mare, Miami Dolphins (2003-08)-N.O. Saints (2007)-Seattle Seaahawks (2008-10)-Carolina Panthers (2011), 11/27/2003-10/9/2011
                        204 straight Lawrenccce Tynes, New York Giants, 10/21/2007 thru 2013
                        199 straight Fred Cox, Minnesota Vikings, to 1974
                        156 straight George Blandaa, Chicago Bears, 10/28/1951-10/21/1956
                        147 straight Mac Percival, Dallas Cowboys, to 1974
                        143 straight Mac Percival, Chicago Bears, 11/19/1967-11/14/1973
                        138 straight Lou Groza, Cleveland Browns, 1963-66
                        133 straight Pete Gogolak, New York Giants, 1967-72
                        133 straight Paul Edinger, Chicago Bears, 9/3/2000-1/2/2005
                        123 straight Nick Lowery, New York Jets, to 12/28/1986
Consecutive PATs, A.A.F.C.:
                        104 straight Joe “The Toe” Vetrano, San Francisco 49ers, 1946-1949
Consecutive PATs, A.F.L.:
                        201 straight George Blanda, Oakland Raiders, 1967-71
Consecutive 1-pt. Conversions, Canadian Football League (C.F.L.):
                        665 straight Paul McCallum, Saskatchewan Roughriders &  British Columbia Lions, 9/25/1993-11/5/2011
                        657 straight Troy Westwood, Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 7/29/1993-11/2/2007
                        560 straight Lui Passaglia, British Columbia Lions, 7/30/1983-7/27/1995
Consecutive PATs, College:
                        233 straight Alex Trlica, Texas Tech, 2004-07 (N.C.A.A.)
                        189 straight Aaron Jones, Baylor,  2011-13 (N.C.A.A.)
                        185 straight Jeff Wolfert, Missouri, 2006-08
                        162 straight Braden Wieking, U. of South Dakota, 2008-10 (N.A.I.A. Div. III)
                        161 straight John Becksvoort, Tennessee, 1991-94 (N.C.A.A. Div. IA)
                        144 straight Alexis Serva, Oregon State, 2004-07 (N.C.A.A.)
                        129 straight Taylor Rowan, Western Illinois, 2005-08 (N.C.A.A.)
                        128 straight Cory Wedel, Wyoming, 1995-97 (N.C.A.A.)
                        126 straight Chris Snyder, Montana, 2000-03 (N.C.A.A. Div. IAA)
                        121 straight Brian Mitchell, Marshall College (1987) & Northern Iowa (1989-91), 1987, 1989-91
                        117 straight Aaron Pederson, North Dakota State, 11/14/1998-9/22/01 (N.C.A.A. Div. II)
                        107 straight Pete Stoyanovich, Indiana, to 1988
                        107 straight Nate Nygard, Jamestown College (North Dakota), 2008-10 (N.A.I.A.)
                        106 straight Pat McAfee, West Virginia, 2005-07 (N.C.A.A.)
                        102 straight Rims Roof, Coe College, 9/24/1983-11/9/85 (N.C.A.A. Div. III)
                        102 straight Drew Basil, Ohio State, to 2013 (N.C.A.A.)
                         94 straight Rhys Barnhart, St. Francis (Indiana), 2007-08 (N.A.I.A.)
                         90 straight Carlisle Koonts, Gardner-Webb (N.C.), 1979-82 (N.A.I.A.)
                         85 straight name?, Gavilan Junior College (Gilroy, Cal.), 1992-93 [never missed at Gavilan] (Cal. J.C.A.A)
Consecutive PATs, H.S.: 
                        209 straight Chance Nevarez, Aledo High, 2011-13 (Texas)
                        172 straight Drew Brown, Southlake Carroll HS, 2011-13 (Texas)
                        134 straight Kim Braswell, Avondale Estates, 1965-68 (Georgia)
                        123 straight Jerry Adams, Lowell High, 2008-08 (Michigan)
                        114 straight James French, China Spring High, 2007-08 (Texas)
                        112 straight Andrew Harte, Lombard Montini Catholic, 2011-12 (Illinois)
                        111 straight Zach Sharp, Maryville High, 2009-11 (Tennessee)
                        106 straight Jacob Noe, Nashville Hillsboro High, 2007-08 (Tennessee)
                        105 straight Brandon Fowler, Woodland High, 2007-09 (Connecticut)
                        104 straight Joseph McCormick, Klein Collins High, 2009-10 (Texas)
                         96 straight Steven Mette, Rockford High, 2010-11 (Michigan)
                         93 straight Jason Bondzio, Humble High, 2001-03 (Texas)
                         93 straight Jordan Williamson, Austin Westwood High, 2007-09 (Texas)
                         91 straight Scott Miller, Houston Memorialm 2003-06 (Texas)
                         88 straight Earnesto Guevara, Waco Highm 2006-08 (Texas)
                         86 straight Mike Jones, Steubenville High, 1988-90 (Ohio)
                         86 straight Will Harris, Danville Boyle County, 2010 (Kentucky)
                         84 straight Kyle Matthews, Copperas Coven, 2004-06 (Texas)
                         83 straight Jamie Boyle, Monroe-Woodbury, 2006-08 (New York)
                         82 straight Alex Millard, Sioux Falls O'Gormanm 2010-11 (South Dakota)
                         81 straight Steve Bayer, Claremont High, 1984-85 (California)
                         81 straight Scott Bentley, Aurora Overland, 1989-92 (Colorado)
                         81 straight Ross Krautman, Ramapo Franklin Lakes, 2008-09 (New Jersey)
                         79 straight Joe Elliott, Cleveland High, 9/17/2000-10/19/01 (Tennessee)
                         79 straight Michael Scott, El Paso Franklin,  2004-06 (Texas)
                         78 straight Kai Forbath, Notre Dame (Sherman Oaks), 2003-05 (California)
                         77 straight Mark Brasco, Jeannette High, 1982-83 (Pennsylvania)
                         76 straight Marshall Young, Woodlands Conroe McCullough HS, 1990-91 (Texas)
                         76 straight Max Oldham, Bowling Green High, 2007-08 (Kentucky)
                         75 straight Scott Mackar, Chardon High, 1997-98 (Ohio)
                         75 straight Jason Dolly, Russell High, 2007-08 (Kentucky)
                         75 straight Nick Galles, Valley West Des Moines, 2011 (Iowa)
                         73 straight Tripp Eckerline, Lexington Catholic, 2001-02 (Kentucky)
                         71 straight Brian Huston, Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller, 1991-93 (Ohio
                         70 straight Tripp Eckerline, Lexington Catholic, 2000-01 (Kentucky)
                         69 straight Colin Gassner, Mayville High, 1993-94 (Wisconsin)
                         69 straight Nick Green, Paola High, 2000-01 (Kansas)
                         69 straight Joe Houston, Mira Costa HS, 2003-04 (California)
                         69 straight Dave Brown, Sterling Heights Stevenson, 2009 (Michigan)
                         67 straight Trey Bridges, Shelby High, 1999-2000 (North Carolina)
                         67 straight Ryan Beeson, Ragsdale High, 2000-01 (North Carolina)
                         67 straight Lee Gibson, Riverview High, 2000-03 (Michigan)
                         67 straight Casey Tinius, Bowling Green HS, 2005-06 (Kentucky)
                         65 straight Steve Kamphuis, Rockford High, 2003-04 (Michigan)
                         64 straight Rick Albreski, Driscoll High (Addison), 2002-03 (Illinois)
                         64 straight Mark Moordian, Mt. Pleasant HS, 2004-06 (Michigan]
                         64 straight Michael Wilson, East Grand Rapids, 9/15/06-record still running as of 5/07 (Michigan) [never updated]
                         63 straight Peter Christofilakos, Sacret Heart-Griffin, 1996-98 (Illinois)
                         62 straight Adolfo Rivera, Wallkill  High, 2003-04 (New York)
                         61 straight Joseph Schloff, Clinton Township Clintondale, 1999-2000 (Michigan)
                         61 straight Connor Barth, Hoggard High, 2002-03 (North Carolina)
                         61 straight Michael Busch, Liberty-Benton HS, 2006 (Ohio)
                         59 straight George Rohlinger, Bishop Montgomery, 1983 (California)
                         59 straight Eric White, Bishop Amat, 1995-97 (California)
                         59 straight Nick Green, Paola High, 2000-01 (Kansas)
Most FGs, One Quarter, any level: 5  Rich Ehmke, Grossmont College (W 29-22) v. Antelope Valley Junior College (NJCAA), 10/29/1985 (Cal.) 
Most Points, One Game, N.F.L.: 40  Ernie Nevers, Chicago Cardinals (W 40-6) Chicago Bears, 11/28/1929 [6 TDs, 4 PATs]
Most Points, One Game, High school: 90 Elvin McCoy, Haven High (W 226-0) Sylvia HS, 1928 (Kansas) [13 TDs•12 PATs]
Most PATs, One Game, College (converts in Canada):
    23 PATs Arlo “Skivy” Davis, Oklahoma (W 174-0) Kingfisher College, 9/29/1917 (N.C.A.A.) 179-0?
    17 PATs Forest “Frosty” Peters, Montana State Freshman v. Billings Tech, 11/1/1924 by drop kick (N.C.A.A.) [17 of 22 PATs]
    15 PATs John Kincheloe, Portland State v. Delaware State, 11/8/1980 [15 of 15] (N.C.A.A. Div. 1AA)
    15 conv Dominico Bartolacci, Saint Mary's v. Mount Allison, 9/15/2001 (CIS Atlantic Provinces, Canada) [converts]
    14 PATs Matt Johnson, Connecticut v. Newport Naval Training Station, 10/22/1949 [14 of 17] (N.C.A.A. Small College Div.)
    14 PATs Art Anderson, North Park College (Ill.) v. North Central (Ill.), 10/12/1968 [12 of 15] [N.C.A.A. Small College Div./N.A.I.A.)
    13 PATs Terry Leiweke, Houston v, Tulsa, 11/23/1968 [13 of 14] (N.C.A.A. Div. I)
    13 PATs Kurt Christenson, Concordia-Morehead v. Macalester, 9/24/1977 [13 of 14] (N.C.A.A. Div. III)
    13 PATs Derek Mahoney, Fresno State v. New Mexico, 10/5/1991 [13 of 13] (M.C.A.A. Div. I)

    10 PATs Crip Toomey, California Wonder Team (W 127-0) St. Mary's College, 1920 [All drop kicks]
Most PATs, One Game, High School:
    27 PATs ____ Kelting, Moline High (W 172-0) Galva High, 10/12/1902 (Illinois)
    24 PATs Nelson Stuit, Muskegon High (W 216-0) Hastings High, 9/28/1912 (Michigan) [24 of 30]
    19 PATs Heinie Bauer, Muskegon High (W 114-0) Holland High, 10/15/1911 (Michigan)
    18 PATs Valentine Rock Grundman, DePaul Academy (W 156-0) St. Charles, 10/14/1916 (Chicago, Illinois)
    18 PATs George Williamson, Bakersfield HS (W 133-0) Cal Poly San Luis Obispo Frosh, 1920 (California)
    18 PATs Gilford “Skinny” Skenadore, West DePere HS (W 126-0) Kewaunee HS, 10/23/1926 (Wisconsin) [plus 8 TDs for 66 pts. in game]
    16 PATs Bart Macomber, Oak Park River Forest (W 111-0) Chicago Englewood, 10/28/1911 (Illinois)
    16 PATs ____ Appleton, Moberly High (W 148-0) Montgomery City HS, Nov. 1923 (Missouri)
    15 PATs Tom Hammond, Chicago Hyde Park (Illinois) (W 105-0) Brooklyn Poly Prep (N.Y.), 12/6/1902 Chicago Hyde?
    15 PATs Alfred Griggs, Exeter (W 120-0) Hanford High, 1915 [plus 1 FG for 18 pts. in game] (California)
    15 PATs Johnny Hunter, San Diego High (W 130-7) Carlsbad Army-Navy, 1920 (California) [+ 7 TDs for 57 pys.] 130-0?
    15 PATs Paul Fassoth, Hithcock Military Academy (W 105-0) Vallejo DeMolay, 1921 (California)
    15 PATs Vic Gustafson, Wheaton High (W 130-0) Sycamore High, 1923 (Illinois)
    14 PATs Carl Squires, Hunting Valley University School (W 100-0) Cleveland South, 10/20/1894 (Ohio)
    14 PATs George Williamson, Bakersfield HS (W 105-0) Azusa Citrus, 1920 (California)
    14 PATs Kenneth Scott, Washington High (W 104-0) James John HS, 10/29/1920 [14 of 15] (Oregon)
    14 PATs Ed McEneany, Santa Clara Prep (W 104-0) Ft. Funston 14th Balloon Company (San Francisco), 1921 (California)
    13 PATs Roy Gary, Greenfield High (W 109-6) Roodhouse High, 10/24/1914 (Illinois)
    13 PATs Emerson Risser, Gridley High (W 105-0) Fairbury High, 1920 (Illinois)
    13 PATs Bob Hurworth, Centralia High (W 106-0) Shelton HS, 11/21/1926 [13 of 15] (Washington)
    13 PATs Harold White, Breckenridge High (W 103-0) at Mineral Wells HS, 11/25/1943 [11 straight, 13 of 15] (Texas)
    13 PATs Gebe Sterritt, Morris High (W 121-0) Gardner High, 10/29/1949 (Illinois)
    13 PATs Jay Sutton, Forest Hills High (W 91-6) North Stanly, 1980 (North Carolina)
    13 PATs Brandon Samson, Trousdale County v. Monterey High, 9/5/1997 (Tennessee)
    13 PATs Jared White, Trousdale County v. Red Boiling Springs, 10/28/2005 (Tennessee)
    12 PATs Michael Adams, Fleming-Neon HS v, Elkhorn City HS, 2000 (Kentucky)
    11 PATs Tom Stanton, St. Louis U. HS (W 83-0) Belleville Township (Ill.), 9/29/1921 (Missouri)
Most PATs, one game, 8-Man Football:
     9 PATs Jesse Solis, Touchet High, 1998 [9 of 10] (Washington)
     8 PATs Geraldo Solis, Touchet High, 2000 [8 of 8] (Washington)
     8 PATs Conner Moore, Adair-Casey v. Stanton, 11/15/2003 (Iowa)
Most PATs, one game, 9-Man football:
     8 PATs Paul Malenke, Starbuck High v. Campbell-Tintah, 10/14/1983 (Minnesota)
• Walter Schumann, Classical High (Providence, Rhode Island), armless place-kicker, score 4 of 5 PATs in a game, Fall 1963
NFL Season Punting Average Record Holder
1940 51.4 yards  Sammy Baugh Washington Redskins
AAFC Season Punting Average Record Holder
1948 49.1 yards  Glen Dobbs Los Angeles Dons
Longest Punts, NFL: Official Historical Sequence of Record Holders
1948 88 yards  Bob Waterfield Los Angeles Rams v.
Oct. 10, 1965 90 yards  Don Chandler Green Bay Packers (W 27-10) San Francisco 49ers
Chandler also had two FGs & a 27 yard fake punt run, in game.
9/21/1969 98 yards  Steve O'Neal New York Jets v. Denver Broncos
Longest punts, NFL:
                   99 yards Jim Thorpe, Canton Bulldogs, 1923 [May be apocryphal]
                   98 yards Steve O'Neal, New York Jets v. Denver Broncos, 9/21/1969
                   95 yards Joe Guyon, Canton Bulldogs v. Chicago Tigers, 11/14/1920
                   94 yards Wilbur “Pete” “Fat” Henry, Canton Bulldogs v. Akron Pros, 10/28/1923
                   94 yards Joe Lintzenich, Chicago Bears v. New York Giants, 11/16/1931
                   93 yards Shawn McCarthy, New England Patriots at Buffalo Bills, 11/3/1991
                   91 yards Randall Cunningham, Philadelphia Eagles (W 24-17) at New York Giants, 12/3/1989
                   90 yards Don Chandler, Green Bay Packers (W 27-10) San Francisco 49ers, 10/10/1965
                   90 yards Rodney Williams, New York Giants (L 20-31) at Denver Broncos, 9/10/2001 (night)
                   88 yards Bob Waterfield, Los Angeles Rams. 1948
Longest punts, AFL:
                   98 yards Steve O'Neal, New York Jets v. Denver Broncos, 9/21/1969
                   87 yards Bob Scarpitto, Boston Patriots (W 20-17) at Denver Broncos, 9/29/1968
Longest punt, USFL:
                   89 yards Stan Talley, Oakland Invaders at Denver Gold, 6/22/1984
Longest punts, semi-pro:
                   98 yards John Whitney, Seattle Ramblers, 10/28/1962 (Independent)
                   91 yards Ellie Croston, Issaquah Alpines (Alpines Dairy Products) (W 7-0) at Aberdeen, 9/24/1939 (Puget Sound 160-Lb. “B” League • Commercial League)
                   91 yards Joe Smith, Yakima Mavericks (W 43-7) at North Sound Sting, 4/25/2009 [also 60-yd. FG] (Washington Football League)
Longest Punts, College:
                         110-yard Long Field Era
                  110 yards Pat O'Dea, Wisconsin, 1898
                  100 yards Jack Carney, Holy Cross (W 29-5) Fordham, 11/30/1905
                         100-yard Long Field
                  110 yards George Flavin, Georgetown, 1921
                  100 yards Bob Parham, Georgia Tech (W 8-7) USC, 1/1/1929 [not verifiable, wrong game?]
             (the above two measured from point of kick to end of roll, rather than line of scrimmage)
                   99 yards Pat Brady, Nevada-Reno (L 7-34) Loyola Marymount, 10/28/1950 (N.C.A.A.)
                   98 yards Eric Ericson, Montana Tech (W 98-0) Rocky Mountain College, 1932 [possibly 96 yds.]
                   98 yards Leroy Sweeney, Pomona College, 1960
                   97 yards Leonard “Len” Casanova, Santa Clara v. St. Mary's, 1924
                   97 yards Earl Hurst, Emporia State v. Central Missouri State, 10/3/1964 (N.C.A.A. College Div./N.A.I.A.)
                   96 yards Robert Alan Davis, Rollins College, 1937-40
                   96 yards George O'Brien, Wisconsin v. Iowa, 1952 (N.C.A.A.)
                   96 yards Jim Jarrett, North Dakota v. South Dakota, 1957 (N.C.A.A. College Div.)
                   96 yards Gary Frens, Hope College v. Olivet, 1966 (N.C.A.A. College Div.)
                   96 yards Alex Campbell, Morris Brown v. Clark Atlanta, 1994 (N.C.A.A. DII)
                   96 yards Toby Gowin, North Texas (L 7-19) Vanderbilt, 10/12/1996 [also called 92 yards]
                   95 yards William “Gloom” Lundel, Gustavus Adolphus College v. Augsburg, 10/15/1927
                   95 yards Bob Justis, Colorado College v. Fort Lewis A&M, 1964
                   95 yards Allen Brenner, Michigan State v. Illinois, 1966
                   95 yards Jared Howard, Northern State (S.D.) v. Bemidji State, 2001           
                   94 yards Preston Johnson, Southern Methodist v. Pittsburgh, Oct. 1940 (N.C.A.A.) 92?
                   94 yards Carl Knox, Texas Christian v. Oklahoma State, 1947 (N.C.A.A.)
                   94 yards James Jarrett, North Dakota, 1957-59
                   94 yards John Hadl, Kansas v. Oklahoma, 10/24/1959 (N.C.A.A.)
                   94 yards Jeff Hanson, Dickinson State v. Minot State, 10/8/1994 (N.A.I.A.)   
                   93 yards Bob Handke, Drake University v. Wichita State, 1949 (N.C.A.A.)
                   93 yards Leroy Sweeney, Pomona-Pitzer v. California-Riverside, 1960 (N.C.A.A. College Div.) [Official NCAA #, school calls it 98 yards]
                   93 yards Kasper Fitins, Taylor College v. Georgetown (Ky.), 1966 (N.C.A.A. College Div.)
                   93 yards Elliot Mills, Carleton College v. Monmouth (Ill.), 1970 (N.C.A.A. College Div.)
                   93 yards Ray Guy, Southern Mississippi (L 9-13) Mississippi, 9/30/1972 (N.C.A.A.) [115 yds. tot.]
                   93 yards Tyler Grogan, Northeastern v. Villanova, 9/8/2001
                   92 yards Jeff Crowell, Portland State, 1994
                   91 yards Bob Waterfield, UCLA v. March Air Force Base, 1942 ? [No game in 1942 between these two, nor in 1944 when he was back onn team.]
                   91 yards Ed “Wahoo” McDaniel, Oklahoma v. Iowa State, 1958 (N.C.A.A.) [quick-kick]
                   91 yards Rick Partridge, Utah v. Wyoming, 1978
                   91 yards Otis Culliver, Mississippi Valley State, 1981
                   90 yards Charles Nemeth, Eastern Michigan v. Alma College, 11/4/1940
                   90 yards Jack Baker, Eastern Michigan at Wayne State, 10/18/1943
                   90 yards Bob Dennis, Iowa State (W 20-18) Iowa State Teachers, 10/5/1946
                   90 yards Boyd Stroup, Indiana State Teachers College (Pa.) (W 27-7) California Teachers (Pa.), 10/12/1947
                   90 yards Bob Whitehead, Kansas State v. Wyoming, 1955
                   90 yards Pete W. Addell, North Central College (L 7-14) Carthage, 10/30/1965
                   90 yards Joe Rizzo, Merchant Marines Academy (Kings Point) v. Drexel, 10/9/1971
                   90 yards Dan Heeren, Coe College v. Lawrence, 10/12/1974 (N.C.A.A. DIII)
                   90 yards Sean Fleming, Wyoming (L 21-28) Louisville, 9/2/1989
                   90 yards Todd Sauerbrun, West Virginia (L 0-31) Nebraska, 9/3/1994
                   90 yards Dean Lipscomb, Redlands v. Pomona-Pitzer, 10/5/2002 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [NCAA official #; D3 calls it 92 yds.]
                   90 yards Brian Bivens, Murray State (W 36-31) Southeast Missouri, 10/26/2002
                   89 yards Coop French, Penn State v. Iowa, 1930
                   89 yards Millard “Dixie” Howell, Alabama v. Tennessee, 1933
                   89 yards Albert Braga, San Francisco, 1937
                   89 yards Frankie Albert, Stanford (W 28-14) Oregon State, 11/16/1940 [Albert was first modern T-formation Quarterback; he also had 4 PATs in game.]
                   89 yards Ron Norman, Iowa State (W 20-13) Kansas, 11/14/1942
                   89 yards Jim Bakken, Wisconsin (W 29-10) at Northwestern, 11/11/1961 [Also 18 yard pass off fake punt to set up his 47 yd. FG & 35 yard interception return TD; total of 11 points.]
                   89 yards Charles Brinkman, Louisville (W 16-7) Tulsa, 10/12/1968 (N.C.A.A.)
                   89 yards Keith Smyre, Grambling, 1974
                   89 yards Mike Gillette, Michigan (W 27-10) Hawaii, 12/3/1986 (N.C.A.A. 1A)
                   89 yards Scott Tabor, California v. USC, 1987
                   89 yards Lance Hoffman, Concordia (Wisc.) v. Concordia (Ill.), 1988
                   89 yards Tim Baer, Colorado School of Mines, 1986-89 c.1988
                   89 yards Mark Bounds, West Texas State v. Central State (Okla.), 1990
                   89 yards Mike Scifres, Western Illinois at Southwest Missouri State, 2000 (N.C.A.A. DI-AA)
                   89 yards Steve Bulcavage, Towson State (L 7-26) Colgate, 9/28/2003 (N.C.A.A. DII)
                   89 yards Chris Brewer, Wingate U. v. Lenoir-Rhyne College, 10/11/2003 (N.C.A.A. DII)
Longest Punts, Military Service Teams:
                  100 yards Tony Veteri, Atlantic City Naval Air Station Corsairs (W 31-6) at Princeton, 11/25/1944 Palmer Stadium
                   90 yards Lloyd Perkins, Fort Lewis Brown Bombers (L 0-19) Fort Lewis Streaks, 10/15/1942 (Washington)
Longest Punts, High School:
                           From Point of Kick
                  132 yards Bruno Knopka, Manual (L 6-7) South High, 1937 (Denver, Colorado) [132 yards 6 inches]
                           From Line of Scrimmage
                   99 yards Walter Williams, Mesa v. Tucson, 1925 (Arizona)
                   99 yards Santo Curro, Milwaukee Lincoln v. Milwaukee Riverside, 1928 (Wisconsin) [Black school]
                   99 yards Bruno Knopka, Manual High, 1937 (Colorado)
                   98 yards Jitney Blankenbecler, Dobyns-Bennett (W 100-0) Tennessee High, 1925 (Tennessee)
                   98 yards Ellsworth Norton, North Bend v. Coquille, 1923 (Oregon)
                   97 yards Ron Appledorn, Holland High v. Benton Harbor, 11/5/1948 (Michigan)
                   97 yards Gary Bolen, McCamey High v. Stanton, 1969 (Texas)
                   93 yards Tim Chalmers, Hand High v. Cheshire High, 11/2/2001 (Connecticut)
                   92 yards Rod Elson, Curtis High v. Brady High, 1939 (Nebraska)
                   92 yards Vern Thompson, South High (W 6-0) Clearfield, 9/4/1970 (Utah)
                   92 yards Al Romero, Kearns (L 0-16) Brighton High, 9/17/1976 (Utah)
                   92 yards Dennis Grabarek, Thornton Fractional North (Calumet City) v. Tinley Park, 1984 (Illinois)
                   91 yards Bob Moscrey, Omaha North High, 1948 (Nebraska Class A)
                   91 yards Charles Beach, Ajo High v. South Mountain, 1954 (Arizona)
                   90 yards Bill Lucas, El Paso High v. Chillicothe HS, 1940 (Illinois)
                   90 yards Mark Holloway, Wicomico High, 11/23/1967 (Maryland)
                   90 yards Albert Diggs, Montgomery High (W 20-0) Cardinal Newman, 1985 (Santa Rosa, California)
                   90 yards J.T. Ellsworth, Snowflake High v. Show Low HS, 1985 (Arizona)
                   90 yards Kasey Glover, Kanab High (W 7-6) Beaver High, 9/29/1995 (Utah)
                   89 yards Robin Fairburn, Orange HS (L 0-40) Anaheim HS, 1951 (California)
                   89 yards Joe Henley, Brentwood High, 19?? (California)
                   89 yards Kurt Sunderhuse, Burton High v. Milano High, 1987 (Texas)
                   89 yards Dom DeMark, Prescott High v. Phoenix Washington, 1991 (Arizona)
                   89 yards Derek McShane, Jacobs HS (Algonquin) v, Prairie Ridge (Crystal Lake), 10/24/1998 (Illinois)
Longest Punts, Canada College (110 yard fields w/25 yard end zones):
                  127 yards Mike Plante, U. of Manitoba v. U. of Calgary, 9/11/1999
                  108 yards Brad Black, U. of Manitoba v. Simon Fraiser U., 9/24/2005
                  106 yards Fred Andrich, U. of Manitoba, 1974
                  105 yards Allan Kinley, U. of Manitoba, 1968
                  100 yards Mike Plante, U. of Manitoba at U. of Calgary, 9/22/2000
                   98 yards Matthew Falvo, Ottawa v Western, 10/20/2012
                   94 yards Darryl Skuse, Guelph v. U. of Toronto, 10/5/1985
                   90 yards Hank Lodewyka, U. of Manitoba, 1970
                   89 yards Sergio “Serg” Capobianco, York v. McMaster, 10/16/1982
Longest Punt, Canada Juniors (Canada Junior Football League):
                  104 yards Matt Kellett, Regina Rams, 10/3/1992 (Pacific Football Conference))
                  101 yards Barry Fawley, Winnepeg Rods, 9/20/1970 (Manitoba-Saskatchewan Junior Football League)
                  101 yards Glen Rheubottom, Winnipeg Hawkeyes, 9/4/1983 (Manitoba Junior Football League)
                   97 yards Dave Wright, Calgary Colts, 8/22/1981 (PFC)
                   93 yards Jeff Bolen, Regina Thunder, 8/24/2008 (PFC)
                   92 yards Wayne Young, Calgary Mohawks, 8/5/1974 (Alberta Junior Football League)
                   92 yards Kevin Rittenhouse, Hamilton Hurricanes, 10/5/1985 (Ontario Football Conference)
                   92 yards Stephen Wozimirsky, Edmonton Huskies, 9/14/2002 (PFC)
                   92 yards Ryan Elaschuk, Edmonton Wildcats, 8/2/2005 (PFC)
                   91 yards Oscar Fava, Lakeshore Bears, 8/16/1974 (OFC)
Longest punt, CFL (110 yard field with 25 yard long end zones. If kicking team recovers in, or kicks it through, end zone, they score a point (single or rouge):
                  108 yards Zenon “Zee” Andrusyshyn, Toronto Argonauts v. Calgary Stampeders, 9/14/1977
                  108 yards Chris Milo, Saskatchewan Roughriders (W 19-3) Hamilton Tiger-Cats, 10/29/2011
                  102 yards Dave Mann, Toronto Argonauts at Saskatchewan Roughriders, 9/18/1966
                  101 yards Dean Dorsey, Toronto Argonauts (L 35-39) at Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 10/11/1982
                  101 yards Ken Clark, Saskatchewan Roughriders v. Toronto Argonauts, 9/4/1983
                   92 yards Jonathan Ryan, Winnipeg Blue Bombers (W 29-1) Ottawa Rough Riders, 7/16/2004 [for "single"]
                   89 yards Lui Passaglia, British Columbia Lions, 1979 (Playoffs)
Gaelic Football:   94 yards Alan Paterson, Glentoran (W-L) Linfield, 1988 (League Cup Final) [The punt scored winnng goal.]

More on long punts can be found on this page.
First Soccer-Style Kicker in Junior High School Football
1951-52  Fred Bednarski Fulmore Junior High (Texas)
First Soccer-Style Kicker in High School Football (Junior Varsity)
1953  Fred Bednarski Travis High B Squad (Texas)
First Soccer-Style Kicker in High School Football (Varsity)
1954  Fred Bednarski Travis High School (Texas)
74 points (also fullback)
First Soccer-Style Kicker in College Football (Freshman Team)
1955  Fred Bednarski Texas Frosh Team
First Soccer-Style Place Kickers in N.C.A.A.
1956-58  Fred Bednarski University of Texas
23 yard FG in 17-0 win at Arkansas, 10/19/1957 (1-3 FG on year & career)
1959-61  Walt Doleschal Lafayette
70 yard kick-off & 5 FGs in 1960
1961  Hank Hartong Cincinnati
1961-63  Pete Gogolak Cornell
1962-64  Lou Bobich Michigan State
35 yard FG & 4 PATs in 31-0 win v. North Carolina, 9/28/1963 60,832
1963-1965  Charlie Gogolak Princeton
First Soccer-Style Place Kickers in N.C.A.A. Small College Division
1966-67  Sebastian DiRubba C. W. Post
First Soccer-Style (sidewinder) Place-Kickers in Professional Football
1940  Andy Bieber Winnipeg Blue Bombers (W.I.F.U.)
One PAT in Western Interprovincial Football Union game, 10/26/1940, W 23-1 v. Regina Roughriders.
1962  Bob Kessler Providence Steamroller (A.C.F.L.)
Two FGs & 33 PATs on season..
1964  Pete Gogolak Buffalo Bills (A.F.L.)
57 yard FG in first pre-season game, 8/8/1964, W 26-13 v. New York Jets, at Tampa, Fla.
Two 13 yard FGs in first regular season game, 9/13/1964, W 34-17 v. Kansas City Chiefs, (H) 30,157
1966  Pete Gogolak New York Giants (N.F.L.)
First Soccer-Style Place-Kicker in Super Bowl
1970  Jan Stenerud Kansas City Chiefs (A.F.L.)
Three FGs (48, 32 & 25 yds., 11 pts.), Super Bowl IV, 23-7 Win v. Minnesota Vikings, 1/11/1970 at Tulane Stadium, New Orleans 80,998
First Soccer-Style Place-Kicker in Canadian Football League (C.F.L.)
1961  Gino Berretta Montreal Alouettes
Kickoffs (also at least 1963)
1967  Ted Gerela British Columbia Lions
On long FGs. (not sure if any attempted)
1971  Gerry Organ Ottawa Rough Riders
First Soccer-Style Place-Kickers in Grey Cup (C.F.L. Championship Game)
1971  Ivan Macmillan Toronto Argonauts
One FG (11 yd FG, convert & rouge, 5 pts.) , 11-14 Loss v. Toronto Argonauts, 11/28/1971 at Vancouver
1972  Ian Sunter Hamilton Tiger-Cats
Two FGs (17 & 34 yds. on last play of game, 7 pts.), 13-10 Win v. Saskatchewan Roughriders, 12/3/1972 at Hamilton
1973  Gerry Organ Ottawa Rough Riders
Two FGs (46 & 39 yds., 8 pts.), 22-18 Win v. Edmonton Eskimos, 11/25/1973 at Toronto
Last Straight-On “Conventional-Style” Place-Kickers in N.F.L.
1987  Steve Cox       Washington Redskins   (1 of 2 FGs • 3 of 3 PATs)
(40-yard FG & 3-of-3 PATs, 9/13/1987 Redskins (W 34-24) Philadelphia Eagles, RFK Stadium, 9/13/1987 •(+ 5 punts for 246 yds.))
1986  Mark Moseley       Washington Redskins
Recent Straight-On “Conventional-Style” Place-Kicker in High School Football.
2009  Charlie Hutnick 39 yard FG, North Schuylkill HS (W 38-7) at Minersville, 9/12/2009 (Pennsylvania)
(Hutnick kicked on JV team 2007. Varsity 2008-2010.)
2007  Glen Earnest 50 yard FG, Belfry High (W 41-8) at Shelby Valley, 9/15/2007 (Kentucky)
2000  Jimmy Lynn Sanchez 62 yard FG, McCaskey West HS v. Central Dauphin HS, 8/21/2000 (Lancaster, Pa.)
(Above was experimental scrimmage:QB has 10 tries for TD, # of TDs determine # of placekicks)
1997  Jimmy Lynn Sanchez 46 yard FG, McCaskey West HS v. Ephrata HS, 10/28/1997 (Lancaster, Pa.)
Recent Straight-On “Conventional-Style” Place-Kicker in College Football.
2001  Jimmy Lynn Sanchez 53 yard FG, Seton Hill College (club) v. St. Vincent Col., 9/5/2001 (exhibition)
Ambidextrous Drop Kicker/Placekicker (High School)
(left-foot drop-kicker for field goals • right-foot “conventional” placekicker for PATs)
1964  Ian Rodwell, Dover High (Delaware)
Left Footed drop kicks: 2 of 4 FGs • long of 19 yds. by 11/26
Right Footed placekicks: 17 of 22 PATs by 11/26
Ambidextrous Soccer Style Kicker (High School)
(kicked with both left and right foot)
1964  Luiz Bueno, Seaford High (Delaware) 7 of 9 PATs by 11/26
Ambidextrous “Conventional” Style (straight-on) Kicker (High School)
1999  Jimmy Lynn Sanchez, McCaskey West High JV (Lancaster, Penn.) 2 of 13 PATs:
Left Foot: 20 yd. PAT v. Manheim Township JV, 10/11/1999
Right Foot: 20 yd. PAT v. Hempfield JV, 9/27/1999
Ambidextrous Girl Kicker (High School)
(soccer style)
2009  Jamie Council, Atascadero High (California)
2010  Jackie Kasburg, Chippewa High (Doylestown, Pennsylvania)

• See the mesmorizing Villanova Fake Punt

Longest Field Goals by Female Kickers:
“THE MISSES BERNICE FLOREN AND NATALIE LUND of the Girls' Eleven of Upsala College Practice a Kick on the School Field.”
See Gladys Scherer, Captain of the Upsala Girls' Football Eleven!.
[Note: List sometimes includes best or only known for kicker.]
   *48 yards Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (Riverside, Cal.) (W 24-14) Menifee Paloma Valley, 9/17/2004 [night]

Portrait of Heodi Garrett, wearing MLK High football helmet.

   *48 yards Tori Talbutt, Portland Fighting Fillies (W 57-0) Tacoma Trauma, 6/7/2014 (WFA) [+ 2 TDs] 

   *46 yards Taylor Valadez, Permenter JHS 7th Grade “A” team, 2003 (Texas)
   
   *45 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 27-0) Pittsburgh Passion, 4/24/2010 (IWFL) [2 of 2 FGs•3-3 PATs•47 yds.?]

Portrait of Ashley Sbyder, female football kicker, in red Boston Militia sweatshirt

   *44 yards Sarah “Ollie” Oliver, California Quake (W 64-0) New Mexico Menace, 4/26/2008 (IWFL)
   *44 yards Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 52-0) at Detroit Dark Angels, 4/10/2010 (WFA)

   *43 yards Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (Georgia), 1992 [48 pts. for season]
   *43 yards Jamie Theil, Clearwater Countryside HS (Florida), 1997  [During year: 22 of 23 PAT attempts]
    43 yards Lanise Stufft, Lake Michigan Minx (W 23-21) Minnesota, 1999 (WPFL) at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome [Barnstorming Tour Season]
   *43 yards Angie Mickel, Savannah Panthers (SEC Div.-MFL), 2000 [8 FGs & 17 PATs on year] [Millennium Football Lg. is a men's minor-league league]
   *43 yards Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 52-0) at Detroit Dark Angels, 4/10/2010 (WFA) [unofficially called 44 yd. on Youtube video]]
   *43 yards Candice Snyder, Pittsburgh Force, 2010 (WFA)
    43 yards Alana Gaither, Akron Firestone Falcons (W 45-6) at Ellet HS, 10/8/2010 (n.) (Ohio) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]
    43 yards Tricia Nishikawa, Silver State Legacy (W 22-7) Arizona Assassins, 6/11/2011 (WFA) [1 of 3 FGs•1 of 2 PATs]

   *42 yards Kate Tribble, Flagstaff HS (W 17-0) Coconino HS (Arizona), 1995 [45 of 48 PATs 1994, 24 of 26 1995]
   *42 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central (W 35-0) Glenn High, 10/14/1995 (North Carolina) [also 33 yd. FG in game]
    42 yards Misty Findlay, Detroit Demolition (W 93-0) Toledo Spitfires, 6/12/2004 (NWFA)
    42 yards Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (W 11-6) Ramona HS, 9/10/2004 (night) (Riverside, California)
    42 yards Bridget Catanese, Notre Dame Prep, 2004 (New Jersey)
    42 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 37-24) at DC Divas, 6/25/2011 (WFA) [3 of 4 FGs•2 of 3 PATs•or 39 yds.]
    42 yards Morgan Hagee, Plainfield Quakers (W 17-14) Decatur Central, 8/24/2012 (Indiana) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]

    41 yards Wendy Korte, Dallas Diamonds v. LA Amazons, 9/17/2005 (n.) (WPFL) [the yardage may be wrong.]
    41 yards Amanda DeLaFosse, Mayde Creek (L 3-27) at Alief Elsik (Houston), 10/28/2006 (Texas) [for 3-0 lead]
    41 yards Sandy Findley, Parma Redmen (W 29-7) Berea High, 9/11/2009 (n.) (Ohio)
    41 yards Tricia Nishikawa, Las Vegas Showgirlz, 2010 (WFA)

    40 yards Mia Labovitz, San Diego HS (W 3-0) v. St. Augustine (Cal.), 1988 [1st fem. to score all points in game]
    40 yards Megan Collins, Caesar Rodney High JV v. Dover HS JV, 1999 (Delaware)
    40 yards Taylor Valadez, Permenter Junior High “A”, 2004 (Texas)
    40 yards Anne Schafer, Topeka High (L 3-57) v. Lawrence HS, 10/28/2005 (Kansas)
   ** [Abby Vestal had 3 PATs for Lawrence]
    40 yards Jennifer Bloom, Sacramento Sirens (L 19-20) Los Angeles Amazons, 6/13/2009 (IWFL) [+ 2nd FG (unspecified distance)]
    40 yards Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (Temecula) (W 34-14) Arrowhead Christian Academy (Redlands), 10/15/2010 (n.) (California) [also 35-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
    40 yards Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (W 38-17) at western Christian, 11/5/2010 (California) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    40 yards Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 52-6) at Savannah Sabres, 4/2/2011 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs & 7 of 7 PATs]
    40 yards Joy Dollison, New York Sharks (W 34-20) at Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 4/2/2011 (WFA) [also 31 yd. FG]
    40 yards Sarah DeWolf, Sandburg High Sophomores, 9/19/2013 (Illinois) [(Powder Puff Game)]
    40 yards Annabella Geist, Putnam HS Kingsmen (W 28-262 O.T.s) Wilsonville Wildcats, 9/20/2013 (Oregon) [To tie game with 13 seconds to go] {+ 34 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs•also called 36 yds. & 38 yds.}

    39 yards Tonya Butler, Riverdale HS (Georgia), 1998 [7 of 12 FGs, 64 of 65 PATs in 1998]
    39 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (L 10-49) Birmingham, 10/25/2002 (California)
   *39 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama Col. (L 24-35) at Central Arkansas, 11/8/2003 [7 of 9 FGs, 29 of 30 PATs]
    39 yards Hillary Cito, Roosevelt Roughriders (L 10-52) at Glenwood Springs, 11/8/2008 (Colorado) [+ 1 PAT]
    39 yards Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam, 2010 (WFA)
    39 yards Nicole Myers, St. James (L 10-13) Loris High, 8/23/2013 (South Carolina) [+ 1 PAT]
    39 yards Taylor Tidaback, Villa Rica HS (W 27-3) Woodland-Bartow, 8/23/2013 (Georgia) [+ 35-yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    39 yards Lynzee Felder, Everett Reign (L 3-8) Portland Shockwave, 5/31/2014 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs]

    38 yards Jamie Theil, Countryside HS (W 34-21) King HS, 10/25/1996 (Clearwater, Fla.) [also 37 yarder to put game away]
    38 yards Andrea Kavouklis, East Lake HS (Tarpon Springs), 1996 (Fla.) [from her bio]
    38 yards Jenny Cox, Kenwood HS (Tennessee), 1999
    38 yards Ashley Aber, Cumberland County HS (Fayetteville,NC) v Westover HS, 2001 (2002?)
    38 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama Col. (W 24-23) Arkansas-Monticello Col., 9/18/2004 [3 PATs, incl. winning point]
    38 yards Sonja Baczynski, So-Cal Scorpions (W 3-0 OT ) v. L.A. Amazons, 10/8/2004 (WPFA) [to win]
    38 yards Courtney Cohen, Gulf High (W 45-7) at Wiregrass Ranch HS, 9/21/2007 (Florida)
    38 yards Sarah Oliver, California Quake (W 37-0) Tucson Monsoon, 5/10/2008 (IWFL) [+ 4 of 5 PATs]
    38 yards Hillary Cito, Roosevelt HS Roughriders (W 20-7) Windsor HS, 10/3/2008 (Colorado) [+ 36 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs•also called 33 yds.]
    38 yards Sarah Bradley, Deep Run HS (W 23-7) Patrick Henry HS, 10/23/2009 (Virginia) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    38 yards Kassy McCarthy, Waunakee High, during 2009 season (Wisconsin) [unidentified game after 10/16]
    38 yards Erin Sheriff, Iowa Crush (W 37-0) Minnesota Vixen, 5/1/2010 (IWFL) [1 of 2 FGs•5 of 5 PATs•TD pass]
    38 yards Meredith Brown, Cienna Vikings Ladies (W 29-0) Budapest Wolves Ladies, 9/27/2010 (Austrian Football League Division Ladies) [also a TD]
    38 yards Meghan Dotten, Service High (W 31-21) Palmer HS, 10/2/2010 (Alsaska) [+ 1 of 1 PAT•also called 35yd•State Large-School; Quarterfinals]
    38 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 43-6) at New York Sharks, 5/21/2011 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs•4 of 4 PATs]
    38 yards Nicole Myers, St. James (W 38-19) at Carolina Forest, 9/6/2013 (South Carolina) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    38 yards Savannah Reier, Hilton Head (W 48-20) Battery Creek, 9/13/2013 (South Carolina)
    38 yards Alyson Thimsen, Pomona HS (L 24-35) at Fairview HS, 11/15/2013 (Colorado Playoffs quarterfinal) (1-2 FGs•3-3 PATs)
    38 yards Joy Barry, Austin Outlaws (L 3-56) Houston Energy, 4/12/2014 (WFA)

    37 yards Mia Labovitz, San Diego HS (L 3-42) U. of San Diego HS, 11/1987
    37 yards Simona Prochaska, El Cajon Valley HS (San Diego) v. Mount Miguel High, 10/1989
    37 yards Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 37-21) Etowah HS, 9/11/1992 (Georgia) [also two 28 yd. FGs & 4 PATs]
1st  37 yards Jennifer Grubb, Conant HS (Hoffman Estates, Illinois), 1994  [1st to score in varsity Ill. game]
    37 yards Jamie Theil, Countryside (W 34-21) King, 10/25/1996 (Fla.) [2nd of game]
    37 yards Tracy Austin, Palmetto High (W-L) Woodmont, __/__/1996 (South Carolina)
    37 yards Megan Collins, Caesar Rodney HS (Delaware) (W 17-14) Lake Forest HS, 2000 [+ 2 PAT in game; FG to break 14-14 tie w/ 4 min. left.]
    37 yards Afton Kitt, Grossmont HS, during 2000 (San Diego, Cal.)
    37 yards Amy Boyce, Houston Energy, 2002 (WPFL)
    37 yards Holly Cohen, UTEP, (one of five straight- 21,27,32,32 & 37 yds.), 4/19/2003, Sun Bowl, [Annual Spring game]
    37 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama College (L 17-47) Delta State 9/27/2003 (Div. II)	
    37 yards Amy Boyce, Houston Energy (W 75-14) SoCal Scorpions (WPFL), Rice Stadium 10/12/2003 [and 6 PATs]
    37 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama College  (L 13-58) Valdosta State, 10/25/2003 [also 28 yd. FG in same game] (NCAA DII)
    37yd PAT Emily Allegrotti, Encinal HS (W 43-0) Albany HS, Willie Stargell Field, 9/12/2003 (n) (Cal.) [long PAT due to penalty] [2 PAT in game]
    37 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama Col. (L 22-27) at Southern Arkansas, 10/23/2004
    37 yards Malissa Gallogly, Cambridge High (Tampa), __/__/2006 (Florida)
    37 yards Katelyn Gedding, Corner High (L 3-39) at Oneonta HS, 8/21/2007 (Alabama)
    37 yards Becky Zimmermon, Annville-Cleona (L 9-49) Lancaster Catholic, 10/20/2007 (Pennsylvania) [1st female FG in Lebanon County]
    37 yards Brandy Rosales, El Paso Socorro (W 33-23) Bel Air HS, 11/2/2007 (Texas) [also 23 yd. FG + PAT]
    37 yards Molly McAfee, Indiana Speed (L 9-19) at Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 7/11/2009 (WFA Playoff Quarterfinals)
    37 yards Sandy Findley, Parma Redmen (W 26-23) Midpark HS Meteors, 8/29/2009 (Ohio) [Made w/2 seconds left to win game•also missed 40 yd. FG earlier]
    37 yards Tori Gustafson, Weld Central (W 49-6) Denver Christian, 9/18/2009 (Colorado)
    37 yards Shelby Walker, Bloomfield Bobcats (W 68-7) Tohatchi High, 10/9/2009 (n.) (New Mexico) [+ 19 yd. FG & 8 of 9 PATs]
    37 yards Taylor Belmont, Oregon City (L 24-49) Lake Oswego, 11/6/2009 (n.) (Oregon)
    37 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 26-6) New York Sharks, 6/12/2010 Northeast Divisional Playoff (IWFL) [2 of 2 FGs•1-2 PATs]
    37 yards Jessica Flanery, Mountain View (W 24-23) at Green Forrest, 10/29/2010 (Arkansas)
    37 yards Tricia Nishikawa, Silver State Legacy (W 27-3) So Cal Scorpions, 4/30/2011 (WFA) [2 of 4 FGs•3-3 PATs•4 punts (47 yds. long)]
    37 yards Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 43-0) Gulf Coast Riptide, 5/21/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•4-4 PATs]
    37 yards Savannah Reier, Hilton Head Island High High (W 52-16) at Whale Branch Early College HS, 8/30/2013 (South Carolina) [+ 7 of 7 PATs]
    37 yards Kiersten Peck, Sun Valley (W 37-14) East Vladen HS, 9/13/2013 (North Carolina) [+ 4 of 4 PATs•also called 32 yd.]
 	
    36 yards Stephanie Weimer, Serra Catholic HS (McKeesport) v. Clairton HS (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania), 2001 [6 FG's leads WPIAL Class A] [3 FG in 1999, 1 of 2 in 2000] [tried out at Penn State Fall 2001, makes 45 yarder in tryout]
    36 yards Laurie Ansorge, Northern Ice (Minnesota) (W 24-10) at Indianapolis Speed (WPFL), 8/17/2003
    36 yards Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (W 52-12) Norte Vista HS, 10/17/2003 (Riverside, Cal.) (Also 7 for 7 PATs)	
    36 yards Angie Mickel, Atlanta Xplosion (W 41-6) Miami Fury, 6/12/2006 (IWFL)	
    36 yards Adaline Alvarado, Frostproof High (W 38-9) Avon Park, 9/15/2006 (Florida)
    36yd PAT Diana Martinez, St. Cloud High (L 16-20) Liberty HS (Kissimmee), 9/7/2007 (Florida) [due to penalties]
    36 yards Hannah Reiland, La Crosse Logan (W 29-7) at Holmen High, 9/26/2008 (Wisconsin) [also 28-yard FG same game.]
    36 yards Hillary Cito, Roosevelt HS Roughriders (W 20-7) Windsor HS, 10/3/2008 (Colorado) [+ 38 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs•also caalled 32 yds.]
    36 yards Kendra Paul, Iowa Thunder (W 16-6) Minnesota Machine, 4/25/2009 (WFA) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    36 yards Jessica Saunders, Carman-Aunsworth Cavaliers (W 17-14) Flushing HS, 9/18/2009 (n.) (Michigan)
    36 yards Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers (L 3-13) Carolina Queens, 4/17/2010 (IWFL)
    36 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 39-7) Sacramento Sirens, 7/24/2010 IWFL World Championship at Austin, Texas [+ 4 PATs]
    36 yards Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 82-0) at Iowa Xplosion, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [+ 9-9 PATs]
    36 yards Marybeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem (L 6-15) at Chicago Force, 5/14/2011 (WFA) [2 of 3 FGs]
    36 yards Brianna Amat, Pinckney HS (W 37-14) Dexter HS, 10/21/2011 (Michigan) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    36 yards Haleigh Van Allen, Service High (W 52-14) Eagle River, 9/12/2013 (Alaska) [+ 7 of 7 PATs]
    36 yards Hallie Balch, Desert Christian (L 31-51) Vasquez High, 10/5/2013 (California) [+ 4 of $ PATs & kickoffs]
    36 yards Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 24-14) Rocky Point, 11/2/2013 (Suffolk County•Long Island•N.Y.) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]

    35 yards Tanya Jovanovic, Springbrook HS (D.C. area) (W 13-12) Paint Branch HS, 11/6/1993 [also 22 yd. FG in game + a PAT]	
    35yd PAT Nicole Straky, Thousand Oaks HS Junior varsity, 1994 game [33 of 37 PATs on season] (California)
    35 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central High, 1995 season (North Carolina)
    35 yards Sarah Mergenthaler, Marlboro HS (W 9-6) Tom's River East, 9/9/1995 (N.J.) [1st female football player in NJ] SCRIMMAGE
    35 yards Jaclyn Harris, Riverside Middle School (Georgia), 1996
¤•¤ 35 yards Lynsey Bennett, Glebe Collegiate Institute, Ottawa, Ontario, 1997 (Canada) Crowned Miss Canada International 8/24/2002. Left Miss World Pageant in Nigeria in protest over bloody protests there. Came in 20th in relocated pageant in London. Dethroned of her crown by Canadian authorities 1/22/2003. See full story here.]
    35 yards Katie Hnida, Chatfield HS (Littleton, Colorado), 1998  [4 of 5 FGs, 83 of 87 PATs career HS, 27 of 28, 3 of 3 in 1998] [~10/12/1998- 6 for 6 PATs & crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime!] [1st played on freshmen team 1995]
    35 yards Afton Kitt, Grossmont HS, during 2000 (San Diego)
    35 yards Afton Kitt, Grossmont HS, during 2000 [second 35 yarder to go with 37 in year]
    35 yards Sarah Sherriffs, Fowler HS (W 16-14) Fresno Christian, 9/7/2001 (n.) (California) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    35 yards Kristen Rosenblum, Alameda HS JV v. El Cerrito HS JV, 2001 (Cal.)
    35 yards Amanda Miller, G.W. Hewlett HS (W 17-7) at New Hyde Park HS (Nassau County, NY), 11/3/2001
    35 yards Misty Findlay, Detroit Danger (L 3-14) Cleveland Fusion (NWFA), 5/25/2002 (susp., game ended 6/1/02)
    35 yards Courtney Roley, Cheyenne HS JV (Nevada), 2002  [also kicker on McKinley HS JV (Louisiana) 2001, & on Lee HS (Louisiana) 2003, 2004]
    35yd PAT Katy Russell, Sandia High Junior Varsity, 2002 (New Mexico)
    35yd PAT Darci Hata, Pac-Five HS (W 45-6) Damien HS (Hawaii), 11/9/2002 [one of 6 PATs, also 32 yd. FG, see below; due to penalty]
    35yd PAT Tonya Butler, Middle Georgia College (W 35-7) Lackawanna JC, 12/7/2002 (NJCAA) [long PAT due to penalty] [Junior College] "6th Annual Sea Island Company Golden Isles Bowl Classic" Brunswick, Georgia 
    35 yards Erin Taylor, Columbus Comets v. Baltimore Burn, 5/10/2003 (NWFA) [uncertain of year]
    35 yards Sarah Peters, Petaluma High (W 41-7) at Montgomery HS, 11/19/2005 (California) State Playoffs [also 28 yard FG & 5 PATs in game]
    35 yards Tina Carrabba, Bay State Warriors (W 32-6) Montreal Blitz, 4/29/2006 (IWFL) [2 FGs in game (also 30); Plus scored TD on defense fumble recovery.]
    35 yards Kati Shaner, Hughsville High (W 31-28) Loyalsock (Williamsport), 9/22/2006 (Pennsylvania) [also 4 of 4 PATs; uses no tee.]
    35yd PAT Amanda Dotten, Service HS (Anchorage) (W 65-0) West Valley, 9/8/2007 (Alaska) [also 30 yd. FG]
    35 yards Jessica Weislogel, Hamilton High (W 24-3) at Lakota East, 9/26/2008 (Ohio) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    35 yards Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine (W 58-0) at Kansas City Storm, 5/16/2009 (WFA)
    35 yards MaryBeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem, Spring/Summer 2009 game (WFA)
    35 yards Ashlynn Frizzelle, Wasilla Junior Varsity v. Houston HS JV Hawks, Sep. 2009 (Alaska)
    35 yards Ashley McKay, Discovery Middle School, 2009  (Alabama) [also Punter (long of 40 yds.]    
    35 yards Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds (W 23-3) Atlanta Xplosion, 5/8/2010 (IWFL) [1 FG•2 of 3 PATs]
    35 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 31-0) New York Sharks, 5/15/2010 (IWFL) [1-1 FG•4-4 PATs]
    35 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 45-0) Wood Memorial, 9/3/2010 (n.) (Indiana) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]  
    35 yards Rachel Albright, La Salle Junior Varsity (W 34-13) Bosco Tech, 10/1/2010 (California) [+ 1 PAT]
    35 yards Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (Temecula) (W 34-14) Arrowhead Christian Academy (Redlands), 10/15/2010 (n.) (California) [also 40-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
    35 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 37-24) at DC Divas, 6/25/2011 (WFA) [3 of 4 FGs•2 of 3 PATs]
    35 yards Molly Poeske, Menomonee Seniors (W 38-21) Juniors, 10/5/2011 (Menomonee Falls High Powder Puff Game•Wisconsin)
    35 yards Taylor Timko, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep (W 17-14) Almont HS, 8/23/2012 (Michigan) [w/2:48 to go, for win]
    35 yards Lexi Dressing, Banks Trail Middle School, 2012 (South Carolina)
    35 yards Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (L 16-28) at Columbus Comets, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [& 1 of 2 PATs•2 TDs (incl. 80-yd. KO return]
    35 yards Taylor Tidaback, Villa Rica HS (W 27-3) Woodland-Bartow, 8/23/2013 (Georgia) [+ 39-yd. FG•3 of 3 PATs]
    35 yards Allyson “Ally” Thimsen, Pomona Panthers (W 21-14) at Broomfield HS, 8/30/3013 (Colorado) [+ 23-yd. FG•1 of 1 PAT] Alyson?
    35 yards Brittany Havenner, South Paulding (W 55-34) Villa Rica, 9/6/2013 (n.) (Georgia) [& 29-yd. FG•7 of 7 PATs]
    35 yards Abby Letson, Colts Neck (W 45-0) at Tom's River East, 9/12/2013 (New Jersey) [+ 6 of 6 PATs] also called 33 yards
    35 yards Sydney Reichenbaugh, Marshall HS (W 37-20) Battle Creek Central, 10/18/2013 (Michigan) [+ 4 of 4 PATs•roughing the kicker on FG sends her to hospital]
    35 yards Hallie Balch, Desert Christian (L 31-35) at Excelsior Charter, 10/25/2013 (California)
    
    34 yards Cheryl Zimmerman, West Potomac HS (DC-Va.), in 1993 [33 of 35 PATs, 3 of 5 FGs]
    34 yards Kassidi Bishop, Littleton Lions (W 40-14) Aurora Central, 10/29/1993 (Colorado) [maybe also 37 yd. FG on year] 
    34 yards Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS Sophomores (W 35-3) New Trier sophs, 8/27/1999 (Illinois) [also called 36 yards later]
    34 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (Cal.) (L 38-49) Narbonne HS, 12/13/2002 Los Angeles City Invitational Division Championship, LA Coliseum [+ 5 PATs, 1st fem. to score in City Invitational game]
    34 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (Cal.), 10/10/2003 [Also 28 yd FG in same game & 3 for 3 PAT; 29 of 31 PATs, 3 FGs through Oct. 28]
    34 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama Col. (L 17-20) Arkansas Tech, 11/1/2003
    34 yards Tenaya Howsden, Amherst High (W 10-6) Elm Creek, 9/22/2006 (Nebraska) [+ PAT]
    34 yards Kaylee Boryla, Cherry Creek (W 34-14) Fairview HS, 10/27/2006 (n.) (Colorado) [also 24 yd. FG + 2 PATs] at Stutler Bowl, Greenwood Village 
    34 yards Brooke Adkison, Owensville HS (W 10-7) Osage HS, 11/8/2006 (n.) (Missouri) [winning FG w/ 2.7 seconds left] Class 3 Sectional Playoffs [Teammate Stephanie Chapman 1 PAT] at Osage Beach
    34 yards Allana Gaither, Akron Forestone Falcons (L 24-29) at Northwest (Canal Fulton), 8/29/2008 (Ohio) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    34 yards Sandy Findley, Parma High (W 29-14) Elyria HS, 9/24/2009 (Ohio)
    34 yards Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area (L 16-40) GAR High, 10/9/2009 (Pennsylvania)
    34 yatds Laura O'Malley, Philadelphia Firebirds (L 3-49) at D.C. Divas, 5/29/2010 (IWFL) [1-1 FG•7-7 PATs]
    34 yards Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine, 2010 (WFA)
    34 yards Christine Hardin, Elizabethton HS (W 44-15) Johnson County, 10/15/2010 (n.) (Tennessee) [State Record for girl]
    34 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (L 20-35) at DC Divas, 4/2/2011 (WFA) [2 of 2 FGs•2 of 2 PATs]
    34 yards Brittany Stone, Carter Lions (W 24-13) Eisenhower HS, 9/21/2012 (California) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    34 yards Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (L 10-22) Miami Fury, 4/13/2013 (WFA) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    34 yards Annabella Geist, Putnam HS Kingsmen (W 28-262 O.T.s) Wilsonville Wildcats, 9/20/2013 (Oregon) {+ 40 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs}
    34 yards Sam Frowen, Osbourn Eagles (W 13-10) Forest Park, 10/4/2013 (Virginia) [with 45 seconds left, to win]

1st  33 yards Heather Sue Mercer, Yorktown HS (Yorktown Heights) (New York-Class B), 1993 [4 of 7 FGs & 28 of 31 PATs in 1993] [3rd team All-State]
    33 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central (W 35-0) Glenn High, 10/14/1995 (North Carolina) [also 42 yd. FG in game]
    33 yards Hanna Lundgren, Deshler HS (Nebraska) v. Blue Hill HS, 1999 [+ 2 PATs in game]
    33 yards Tiffany Peterson, Southwestern HS (Western NY) v. Lackawanna HS, 9/2002 [1st female FG in western NY]
    33 yards Tiffany Peterson, Southwestern HS v Lackawanna HS (Western New York),2002 [4 FGs for season]
    33 yards Danielle Weiss, Cleveland Fusion (W 84-0) Toledo Spitfire (NWFA), 5/24/2003 Bedford Stadium (Great Lakes Div.) 
    33 yards Kaylin Chain, Mt. Pleasant Area HS (W 17-14) Belle Vernon HS (Pittsburgh, Pa.), 10/10/2003 (n) [freshman]
    33 yards Brina Jope, Rio Americano High (W 38-6) Burbank, 2003 (Sacramento area, Cal.)
    33 yards Katie Paxton, Princeton High (W 22-19) Trenton, 10/16/2004 (New Jersey) Katy Paxton?
    33 yards Chelsie Sato, McKinley High (W 44-7) Pac Five HS, 9/2/2005 (Hawaii)
    33 yards Heidi Garrett, Riverside King (L 25-27) Paloma Valley, 9/16/2005 (California)
    33 yards Amanda Dotten, Service High (Anchorage) (W 43-0) Eagle River, 8/26/2006 (Alaska) [+4 of 5 PATs; also called 26 yds.]
    33 yards Misty Findlay, Detroit Demolition (W 17-7) at Atlanta Xplosion, 8/11/2007 (IWFA Championship Gane)
    33 yards Allie Roderique, Boston Militia, 2008 (IWFL)
    33 yards Catherine “Cat” Wallace, Riverbend High, 2008 (Fredericksburg, Virginia) 
    33 yards Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2010 (WFA)
    33 yards Tiffany Soggs, Cleveland Fusion, 2010 (WFA)
    33 yards McKenzie Hallstrom, Lejeune Devilpups (L 3-20) Lakewood HS, 9/3/2010 (North Carolina)
    33 yards Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area (W 38-19) Northwest HS, 10/29/2010 (Pennsylvania) [On ensuing kickoff, Nporthwest fumbled]
    33 yards Laura O'Malley, Philadelphia Firebirds (W 23-6) at Baltimore Nighthawks, 5/7/2011 (IWFL) [also 29 yd. FG & 1 PAT]
    33 yards Christine Hardin, Elizabethton High (W 52-0) Unicoi County, 10/7/2011 (Tennessee) [1 of 2 FGs•7 of 7 PATs]
    33 yards Megan Huston, Saucon Valley Panthers (L 16-19) Notre Dame-Green Pond, 10/14/2011 (Pennsylvania) 
    33 yards Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS (L 23-49) Eastlake HS, 10/28/2011 (California) [also 24-yard & 26-yard FGs + 2 PATs] 34-yards?
    33 yards Chelsea Reed, Nebraska Stampede (W 9-8) Kansas City Spartans, 4/21/2012 (WFA) [1 of 4 FGs & 1 of 2 PATs]
    33 yards Morgan Hagee, Plainfield Quakers (L 10-15) Roncalli High. 9/7/2012 (Indiana) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    33 yards Elina Holm, Sweden (W 64-0) Spain, 7/6/2013 (IFAF World Cup 5th place game at Vantaa, Finland) [6 of 6 PATs & 2 of 2 FGs]
    33 yards Alyson Thimsen, Pomona (L 30-33) Fairview HS, 10/18/2013 (Colorado) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    33 yards Chantel Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (L 13-33) Indy Crash, 5/10/2014 (WFA) [+ 2nd FG & 1 of 1 PAT]
    33 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 38-6) at Baltimore Nighthawks, 6/14/2014 (IWFL) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    33 yards Brittany Havenner, South Paulding (W 24-19) Sprayberry High, 8/22/2014 (Georgia) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
   
    32yd PAT Betsy Jurgens, Milpitas HS (W 42-0) Irvington HS, 9/11/1992 (n.) (California) [4 of 5 PATs]
    32 yards Stephanie Weimer, Serra Catholic (Pittsburgh) (W 17-14 2OT) Wilkinsburg, 10/15/1999 (PA) [FG to win game in 2nd overtime]
    32 yards Samantha Smith, Bethlehem Catholic High (W), 11/25/2000 (Pennsylvania Eastern Semifinal)
    32 yards Sara Moon, New England Storm, in OT (W 29-26 OT) at Daytona Beach Buccaneers, American Conference Championship, WPFL, 1/14/2001 (Speck Martin Stadium, Deland, Fla.)
    32 yards Stephanie Weimer, Serra Catholic (Pittsburgh) (W 16-7) Canevin, 8/31/2001
    32 yards Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS *W 31-17) Moline HS, 9/1/2001 (Illinois)
    32 yards Sarah Sherriffs, Fowler HS (W 9-7) Parlier HS, 10/26/2001 (n.) (California) [1st Central Section female w/2 FGs in career]
    32 yards Darci Hata, Pac-Five HS (W 45-6) Damien High (Hawaii), 11/9/2002 [plus 6 PATs, incl. a 35 yard PAT (penalty induced)]
    32 yards Chelsea Kittleson, Stoughton HS, 9/2003 (Wisconsin) [Freshman]
    32 yards Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS (L 21-26(2 O.T.s)) Oswego HS, 11/15/2003 [Illinois Class 7A State Championship Game at Memorial Stadium, Champaign]
    32 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (W 16-13) Bell High, 11/20/2003 (Cal.)
    32 yards Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (W 39-0) Poly HS, 10/15/2004 (night) (Riverside, Cal.)
    32 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama College (L 17-34) at Valdosta State, 10/16/2004
    32 yards Nicole Brown, Western Hills High (W 23-15) Hughes Center, 9/9/2006 (Cincinnati, Ohio)
    32 yards Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 17-13) at Brown Deer HS, 9/22/2006 (Wisconsin)
    32 yards Cori Conrow, Two Harbors (L 9-50) Deer River, 10/18/2006 (n.) (Minnesota) 
    32 yards Michelle Hicks, New England Intensity (W 24-15) Manchester Freedom, 6/16/2007 (IWFL) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    32 yards Hillary Cito, Roosevelt High (W 22-6) Platte Valley, 8/29/2008 (Colorado) [& 1 of 2 PATs]
    32 yards Hillary Cito, Roosevelt High (L 16-21) at Berthoud HS, 9/26/2008 (Colorado) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    32 yards Nancy Javaux, Iowa Crush (L 9-14) Minnesota Vixen, 6/6/2009 (IWFL) [1 of 1 FG]
    32 yards Allana Gaither, Firestone High (W 17-2) at Norton HS, 9/1/2009 (Ohio)
    32 yards Kassy McCarthy, Waunakee HS (L 10-15) at Reedsburg HS, 10/2/2009 (Wisconsin) [also reported as 33 yards•ends 44 game winnng streak]
    32 yards Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 45-13) Indiana Speed, 5/1/2010 (WFA) [+ 6-6 PATs•2 TDs]
    32 yards Allana Gaither, Akron Firestone (L 23-38) at Kent Roosevelt, 9/10/2010 (Ohio) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    32 yards Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (W 34-31) at Bellefontaine HS, 10/22/2010 (Ohio) [+ 2nd 32 yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
    32 yards Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (W 34-31) at Bellefontaine HS, 10/22/2010 (Ohio) [2nd of game]
    32 yards Dallas Butterfield, Modesto Maniax (W 41-6) So-Cal Breakers, 4/16/2011 (I.W.F.L.) [also 28 yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
    32 yards Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds (W 16-6) Lone Star Mustangs, 4/30/2011 (W.F.A.)
    32 yards Montana Paley, Glenbrook North (L 18-28) at Deerfield HS, 9/23/2011 (Illinois) [also called 33 yds]
    32 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Vipers (L 49-52) Port Huron Patriots, 3/10/2012 (C.I.F.L.) [Last play of game to tie wiped out by Patriot's timeout, new attempt missed]
    32 yards Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 59-0) Minnesota Machine, 4/14/2012 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs + 8 of 8 PATs & 1 rushing TD]
    32 yards Morgan Hagee, Plainfield High (W 17-14) at Kokomo High, 8/24/2012 (Indiana) [2 of 2 PATs]
    32 yards Morgan Hagee, Plainfield High (L 3-31) at Greenwood HS, 9/14/2012 (Indiana)
    32 yards Alexis Charles, Doherty High (W 51-0) at Palmer HS, 10/26/2012 (Colorado) [+ kickoffs]
    32 yards Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (L 21-29) at La Porte, 11/17/2012 (Texas) [+ 0 of 2 PATs]
    32 yards Melanie Allen, Portland Fighting Fillies (W 16-6) Everette Reign, 5/4/2013 (WFA) [& 1 of 2 PAT]
    32 yards Elina Holm, Sweden (W 64-0) Spain, 7/6/2013 (IFAF World Cup 5th place game at Vantaa, Finland [6 PATs & 2 FGs]
    32 yards Alyson Thimsen, Pomona High (W 38-28) Lakewood HS, 9/14/2013 (Colorado) [+ 29 yd. & 30 yd. FGs + 3 PATs]
    32 yards Emily Hutchins, Lake Mills (W 27-20) Lakeside Lutheran, 10/11/2013 (Wisconsin) [also 29 yd. FG, 1 FG blocked & 3 of 3 PATs]
    32 yards Chantel Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 75-0) Cincinnati Sizzle, 4/5/2014 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG & 10 of 10 PATs] 
    32 yards Tori Talbutt, Portland Fighting Fillies (L 3-48) Seattle Majestics, 5/31/2014 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs]

    31 yards Sara Davis, Tallahassee Rickards (W 45-0) Havana High, Sep. 1993 (Florida) [+ 4 PATs]
    31 yards Jennifer “Jenny” Grubb, Conant High (W 23-13) Hersey High. 9/9/1994 (n.) (Illinois) [1st FG by female in state; + 2 PATs] {"Ball on 24," may be same as 37 above.}
    31 yards Jenny Grubb, Conant High (L 6-14) at Hersey High Huskies, 9/15/1995 (n.) (Illinois) [+ 21 yd. FG in game] [+ 4 other FGs on season I can't find]
    31 yards Kathy Warren, Carolina Cougars (W 44-8)  Fayatteville, at Greensboro (WPFL), 9/7/2002
    31 yards Sonja Baczynski, San Diego Sunfire (W 17-14 OT) at Los Angeles Lasers (NWFL), 9/29/2002 [to win game in OT] (1st NWFL OT game)
    31 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (W 10-0) Kennedy High, 10/11/2002 (California)
    31 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (L 38-41) Chatsworth, 11/14/2002 (Cal.)
    31 yards Heidi Garrett, Riverside Martin Luther King HS (W 17-14) v. Ramona HS, 11/14/2003 (Cal.)
    31 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (W 27-0) El Camino Real, 11/14/2003 (Cal.) [Also kicked 30 yard FG same game]
    31 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (L 15-33) Dorsey, 11/26/2003 (Cal.)
    31 yards Michelle Maunu, Esko-Carlton (W 45-9) at Two Harbors HS, 9/30/2005 (Minnesota) probable [+ 6 PATs]
    31 yards Anna Funderburk, Lancaster High (W 3-0) Northwestern HS, 9/29/2006 (n.) (South Carolina) [winning points] [also reported as 32 yards.]
    31 yards Malissa Gallogly, Cambridge High (Tampa), __/__/2006 (Florida)
    31 yards Dallas Butterfield, Antioch HS (L 9-11) Clayton Valley HS, 11/2/2007 (California) [maybe 37 yd this year as well]
    31 yards Hillary Cito, Roosevelt HS (L 10-52) Glenwood Springs, 11/8/2008 (Colorado) [+ 1 PAT•also reported as 24 yds.]
    31 yards Ashley Vellucci, Penn Manor Comets (W 49-14) Exeter Township, 9/18/2009 (Pennsylvania) [bounced off crossbar & over•+ 2 PATs]
    31 yards Samantha “Sami” Molina, Cabell Midland (L 9-27) at Spring Valley, 10/2/2009 (West Virginia) [Later also called 35 yards]
    31 yards Taylor Belmont, Oregon City (L 10-56) at West Linn, 10/8/2009 (Oregon) [& 1 PAT•also reported as 32 yds.]
    31 yards Haylee Thompson, Wood River (W 9-8) at Canyon Ridge (Twin Falls), 10/23/2009 (Idaho) [Winning FG w/8 minutes left•also called 30 yds.]
    31 yards Cheyanne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 51-7) at Wood HS, 9/18/2009 (n.) (California) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]
    31 yards Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 23-20) Yuba City, 10/15/2010 (California) [+ 2 of 3 PATs] [Changed name spelling]
    31 yards Bianca Alarcon, Oak Creek (W 42-30) at Muskego HS, 10/25/2010 (Wisconsin) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    31 yards Joy Dollison, New York Sharks (W 34-20) at Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 4/2/2011 (WFA) [also 40 yd. FG]
    31 yards Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds (W 39-14) Houston Power, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [+ 2-3 PATs]
    31 yards LeeAnne Thompson, Arizona Assassins (W 39-0) at So Cal Scorpions, 4/16/2011 (WFA) [& 4-4 PATs•2 TDs]
    31 yards Tiffany Bozeman, Central Florida Anarchy (W 30-0) at Carolina Raging Wolves, 6/11/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•3 of 4 PATs]
    31 yards Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 45-24) Miami Fury, 6/11/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•6-6 PATs]
    31 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Junior Varsity (W 67-0) Eastern Greene JV, 9/6/2011 (Indiana)
    31 yards Brianna Amat, Pinckney High (W 9-7) Grand Blanc HS, 9/30/2011 (n.) (Michigan) [3 FGs•Named homecoming queen at half•Winning pts. in 3rd qtr.]
    31 yards McKinnley Witty, Salida Spartans (L 3-14) at Pagosa Springs, 9/30/2011 (Colorado) 1 of 3 FGs]
    31 yards Angie McCardle, Independence Mustangs (W 36-8) Crestwood HS, 10/7/2011 (Iowa) [+ 3 of 4 PATs][also called 30 yds.]
    31 yards Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 23-7) at Cleveland Fusion, 4/14/2012 (WFA) [+ 2 of 3 PATs & 2 rushing TDs]
    31 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 37-14) at Columbus Comets, 4/28/2012 (WFA) [+ 4 of 5 PATs]
    31 yards Juliana “Julie” Costantini, West Mecklenburg (W 23-21) West Charlotte HS, 8/24/2012 (North Carolina) [To win w/11 seconds left•2 of 3 PATs]
    31 yards Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills (W 9-6) at Kennedy HS, 9/14/2012 (California) [+ 0 of 1 PAT]
    31 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Miners (W 64-0) North Knox, 9/28/2012 (Indiana) [+ 7 of 9 PATs]
    31 yards Erika Lynch, Sutter HS (W 52-14) Winters HS, 10/6/2012 (California) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]
    31 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Miners (W 45-6) Perry Central, 10/26/2012 (Indiana Class 2A Sectional 40 Semifinal Playoff game) [+ 25-yd. FG miss•6 of 6 PATs]
    31 yards Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (W 66-33) at South Houston High, 11/2/2012 (Texas) [+ 9 of 9 PATs]
    31 yards Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (W 27-24) Alvin HS, 11/10/2012 (Texas) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    31 yards Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic (Gainesville) (L 3-37) at St. John's Country Day, 8/30/2013 (Florida) [+ kickoffs]
    31 yards Audra Lewis, South Alleghemy HS Gladiators (McKeesport) (L 3-31) at Seton La Salle (Pittsburgh), 8/31/2013 (Pennsylvania) [3-40?]
    31 yards Jessie Kluz, Sterling Heights (W 17-14) Mount Clemens, 9/20/2013 (Michigan) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    31 yards Becca Meares, Chatfield High (Colo.) (W 24-14) at Everglades HS (Florida), 8/21/2014 (Colorado) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]

    30 yards Tamara Browder, Woodward HS (Toledo, Ohio), 1989 [her 2nd year; also 2 PATs (W 14-10) Scott HS, when crowned Homecoming Queen]
    30 yards Rachel Campbell, Graham Hill HS (St. Paris) (W 5-2) Tecumseh HS (New Carlisle), 9/20/2002 (Ohio)(n)(H)[on first FG attempt]
    30 yards Angie Mickel, Savannah Panthers (W 28-0) Tri-County Dawgs, 2003 (MFL) [men's league] 
    30 yards Sara Schroeter, Stockbridge HS (L 24-31) Eagle's Landing HS (Georgia), 10/24/2003 (n)		
    30 yards Melissa Newton, Ephrata HS (L 3-27) at Conestoga Valley HS (Penn.), 10/3/2003
    30 yards Kaylin Chain, Mount Pleasant HS (W 17-14)  Belle Vernon HS, 10/10/2003 (Pittsburgh, Pa.) [5'8" freshman]
    30 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (W 27-20) El Camino Real, 11/14/2003 (Cal.) [Also kicked 31 yard FG same game]
    30 yards Mary-Lynn Hadley, Cardinal Stritch High, 2004 (Toledo, Oh.) [maybe 25 yds.]
    30 yards Alena Westover, Warren Harding (W 35-0)  Buchtel, 2004 (Ohio)
    30 yards Jessalyn Martin, Atlanta Xplosion (W 3-0) New York Sharks, 7/23/2005 [IWFL Eastern Conference Championship]
    30 yards Janelle Okamoto, Sacramento Sirens (W 9-7) Atlanta Xplosion, 8/6/2005 [IWFL Championship game at Manchester, N.H.] [Winning kick w/ under 2 minutes to play]
    30 yards Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville HS (L 3-13)  Western Boone, 9/9/2005 (n.) (Indiana) [also called 37 yd.]
    30 yards Taylor Valadez, Cedar Hill High Freshmen  Arlington Martin Frosh, 9/22/2005 (Texas)
    30 yards Sarah Peters, Petaluma High (W 17-14) at Analy, 10/7/2005 (California)
    30 yards Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville HS (W 16-14)  North Montgomery, 10/8/2005 (Indiana) [last play of 1st half]
    30 yards Mackenzie Langemeier, Shiloh-East Central (Hume), 2005 (Illinois) [3 other FGs this season not found; family moved to Texas]
    30 yards Tina Carrabba, Bay State Warriors (W 32-6) Montreal Blitz, 4/29/2006 (IWFL) [2 FGs in game; Plus scored TD on defense fumble recovery.]
    30 yards Jamie Chianfoni, West Michigan Mayhem (W 10-0) Columbus Comets, 6/17/2006 (NWFA) at Soisson-Rapacz-Clason Field
    30 yards Lindsay Eckles, Columbus Comets (W 17-7) West Michigan Mayhem, 7/1/2006 (NWFA Playoffs)
    30 yards Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 31-25) Cudahy, 9/8/2006 (Wisconsin) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    30 yards Kati Shaner, Hughesville High (W 18-14) at Central Columbia (Bloomsburg), 9/9/2006 (Pennsylvania) [also 29 yd. FG in same game]
    30 yards Amy Wineland, West Valley (Fairbanks) (W 24-22) Juneau-Douglas, 9/22/2006 (Alaska) [With 34 seconds left to win
    30 yards Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (W 45-13) Ann Arbor Huron, 9/29/2006 (n.) (Michigan) [+6 of 6 PATs]
    30 yards Kaylee Boryla, Cherry Creek (L 6-10) Grandview HS (Aurora), 10/13/2006 (Colorado) [may be week before; if so, 2 FGs?]
    30 yards Brooke Jackson, Union High (L 16-21) at Greer High, 11/10/2006 (South Carolina) Class 3S Playoffs, 2nd round
    30 yards Marilee Eback, Stephens City HS, 2006? (Virginia) [best of career, graduated 2006, kick may be earlier]
    30 yards Kati Shaner (Hughesville), South (W 28-12) North, 6/29/2007 {District 4 Football Coaches Association North-South All-Star Game,  South Williamsport Pennsylvania)
    30 yards Leah Einterz, Zionsville High (W 24-0) McCutcheon HS, 8/24/2007 (Indiana) [+ 3 PATs]
    30 yards Amanda Dotten, Anchorage Service HS (W 65-0) West Valley, 9/8/2007 (Alaska) [+7 PATs]
    30 yards Shelby Berkheimer, Orlando Mayhem (W 43-0) Palm Beach Punishers, 5/3/2008 (IWFL)
    30 yards Amanda Jaames, Bishop Guilfoyle (Altoona) (L 35-39) Bishop McCort (Johnstown), 9/5/2008 (Pennsylvania) [& 2 PATs•also called 33 yards]
    30 yards Jessica Weislogel, Hamilton HS (L 10-31) Anderson HS, 9/5/2008 (n.) (Ohio)
    30 yards Megan Cressoine, Ellender HS (W 28-21) Morgan City HS, 10/16/2008 (Louisiana) [+ 1 of 3 PATs•also reported as 29 yds.]
    30 yards Rebecka Schafer, Cuyahoga Heights HS (W 31-14) at Richmond Heights HS, 10/17/2008 (Cleveland, Ohio) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    30 yards Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 20-13O.T.) Widener College, 10/18/2008 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [& 22 yd. FG, 2 PATs]
    30 yards Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, Spring/Summer 2009 season game (WFA)
    30 yards Clare Berry, St. Wendelin (L 3-28) Danbury HS, 9/12/2009 (Ohio) [ended Danbury's 21 game losing streak•also reported as 28 yards]
    30 yards Jessica Norris, Lake Travis High Frosh 1, 2009 game (Texas)
    30 yards Kassy McCarthy, Waunakee High (W 37-0) at Stoughton HS, 10/9/2009 (Wisconsin)
    30 yards Jenna Whipple, Potterville Vikings (W 29-6) Pewamo-Westphalia, 10/30/2009 (Michigan) [Division 7 District Playoffs•also missed 29 yds FG]
    30 yards Kendra Parker, Iowa Thunder (W 22-8) at Kansas City Spartans, 4/17/2010 (WFA)
    30 yards Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 73-0) Detroit Dark Angels, 6/19/2010 (WFA) [+ 8 PATs•4 TDs]
    30 yards Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area (W 9-3) Western Wayne, 9/3/2010 (Pennsylvania)
    30 yards Jacqueline Fraga, Interlachen High (W 33-18) at Port St. Joe, 9/17/2010 (Florida) [2 30-yd. FGs & 2 PATs]
    30 yards Jacqueline Fraga, Interlachen High (W 33-18) at Port St. Joe, 9/17/2010 (Florida) [2nd of game]
    30 yards Rachel Albright, La Salle Junior Varsity (W 36-25) at Bishop Montgomery, 11/5/2010 (California)
    30 yards Jeanette “Nettie” Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles (W 52-0) New England Nightmare, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [+5-6 PATs•3 TDs (66 yd. rec. & 16 & 14 yd. rush.)]
    30 yards Shalom Kimble, Bay Area Bandits (W 11-6) at Central Cal War Angels, 4/30/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•0-1 PAT]
    30 yards Kathryn Hemlock, DC Divas (W 38-16) at New York Sharks, 6/18/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•3 of 4 PATs]
    30 yards Christine Hardin, Elizabethton High (W 31-3) Daniel Boone HS (Gray), 8/19/2011 (Tennessee) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    30 yards Ashley Mosher, Mount Dora (W 57-14) Umatilla High, 10/28/2011 (Florida) [+6 of 7 PATs]
    30 yards Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills (W 17-0) at Reseda HS, 8/24/2012 (California) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    30 yards Morgan Andrews, Milford Spartans (W 24-21) at Nashua North, 10/5/2012 (n.) (New Hampshire) [Broke tie in 4th qtr.•33 yds.?•scored 5 goals in soccer game earlier in day]
    30 yards Bari Deptula, Steinert High (W 46-38) at Highstown High, 10/5/2012 (New Jersey) [Two 30-yd. FGs]
    30 yards Bari Deptula, Steinert High (W 46-38) at Highstown High, 10/5/2012 (New Jersey) [2nd of Two 30-yd. FGs]
    30 yards Carly Gould, Winnacunnet Warriors (W 32-8) at Merrimack High, 10/26/2012 (New Hampshire)
    30 yards Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (L 10-50) at Austin Outlaws, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [+ 1 of 1 PATs]
    30 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (L 31-42) D.C. Divas, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [+ 4-4 PATs]
    30 yards Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge (W 51-0) West Coast Lightning, 4/13/2013 (WFA) [+ 6 of 7 PATs]
    30 yards Jamie Naylor, New England Intensity (W 16-6) New England/Hartford Nightmare, 6/8/2013 (IWFL) [& 1 PAT]
    30 yards Emily Rentschler, Encinal HS (W 13-10) at Aptos HS, 9/6/2013 (n.) (California) [Also 20 yd. FG to win w/4sec left & 1 of 1 PAT]
    30 yards “Ally” Thimsen, Pomona Panthers (L 15-19) Cherry Creek, 9/6/2013 (Colorado)
    30 yards Olivia Viney, Marine City HS (W 50-13) Sterling Heights, 9/6/2013 (Michigan) [+ 5 of 7 PATs]
    30 yards Alyson Thimsen, Pomona High (W 38-28) Lakewood HS, 9/14/2013 (Colorado) [+ 29 yd. & 32 yd. FGs + 3 PATs]
    30 yards Allison Aubrey, Holy Family Catholic (L 10-17) Waconia HS, 10/4/2013 (Minnesota) [+ 1 PAT]
  *30 yards Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 22-18) Hauppauge High, 10/4/2013 (L.I.•N.Y.) [1st female to score more than a PAT in Suffolk County•1 of 2 PATs]
    30 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Blitz (W 59-6) Detroit Thunder, 3/9/2014 (CIFL men's league)  [+ 8 of 8 PATs]

    29 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central HS (W 38-352 O.T.s) Winston-Salem Carver, 10/29/1994 (North Carolina) [To win game; + 3 PATs Also called 27 yds.]
    29 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central HS (L 41-44) Forest Hills, 11/26/1994 (North Carolina) State Playoff game [+ 28 yd FG & 5 PATs]
    29 yards Ginger Carr, Nashville Dream (L 9-22) v Pensacola Power (NWFL), 5/26/2001 (n) 5,820
    29 yards Kati Jo Spisak, Parkway South (St. Louis) (W 24-0) v. Jefferson City HS, 9/21/2001 (Missouri)  [+ 3 PATs in game] {became All-American soccer goalie for Texas A&M}
    29 yards Meggie Godish, West Springfield HS (D.C. area), 2001 [also 16 yarder & 17 of 18 PATs (partial results known)] {4th year playing.}
    29 yards Katy Russell, Sandia High Junior Varsity v. Rio Rancho, 2002 (New Mexico)
    29 yards Natalie Byrne, Pittsburgh Passion (L 25-30) v D.C. Divas (NWFA), 5/31/2003
    29 yards Chelsea Kittleson, Stoughton HS (L 3-20) Fort Atkinson, 9/5/2003 (Milwauke area, Wisc.)
    29 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (L 24-28) Birmingham, 10/17/2003 (Cal.) 
    29 yards Sarah Peters, Petaluma High (L 3-23) Casa Grande, 11/12/2005 (California) “Egg Bowl”
    29 yards Tina Carrabba, Bay State Warriors (L 16-24) New York Sharks, 6/24/2006 (IWFL) [plus PAT]
    29 yards Kati Shaner, Hughesville High (W 18-14) at Central Columbia (Bloomsburg), 9/9/2006 (Pennsylvania) [also 30 yd. FG in same game]
    29 yards Jordan Vick, Kerryville Tivy (L 17-21) Lanier, 11/17/2006 (n.) (Texas) Class 4A Division II Bidistrict Playoffs Antler Stadium 2,500 [for lead w/1:52 left; also missed from 32 yds.]
    29 yards Tera Prosser, Yamhill-Carlton HS (W 31-6) Stayton HS, 9/7/2007 (Oregon)    
    29 yards Jessica Weislogel, Hamilton HS (W 32-7) Mason HS, 9/19/2008 (Ohio) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    29 yards Sarah Klein, Roosevelt High, 2008 game (Washington) [also called 28-yd.]
    29 yards Chynna Hartmann, Eldorado Sundevils (W 58-28) at Sunrise Mountain, 10/1/2010 (Nevada) [+ 7 of 7 PATs]
    29 yards Jade Montgomery, Unionville High (W 24-18) at Berry Academy of Technology, 11/5/2010 (North Carolina)
    29 yards Jacki Clark, Toledo Reign (W 23-0) Kentucky Karma, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [+2-3 PATs•2 TDs (rush)]
    29 yards Laura O'Malley, Philadelphia Firebirds (W 23-6) at Baltimore Nighthawks, 5/7/2011 (IWFL) [also 33 yd. FG & 1 PAT]
    29 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (L 31-41) Chicago Force, 6/25/2011 (WFA Playoffs 1st round) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    29 yards Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 31-21) Youngstown Christian, 9/2/2011 (Ohio) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    29 yards Brianna Amat, Pinckney Pirates (L 10-29) Brighton HS, 9/9/2011 (Michigan) [& 1 PAT]
    29 yards Brianna Amat, Pinckney Pirates (L 17-25) Hartland HS, 9/23/2011 (Michigan) [& 2 PATs]
    29 yards Marie Fitzgerald, Fort Atkinson (W 34-0) at Oregon HS, 9/30/2011 (Wisconsin) (& a 20-yd. FG same game]
    29 yards Angie Weiner, Saugus High (W 24-10) at Hart High, 10/21/2011 (California) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    29 yards Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 44-7) D.C. Divas, 5/19/2012 (WFA) [+ 5 PATs]
    29 yards Lauren “Lola” Kantak, New England Intensity (W 58-0) Southern Maine Rebels, 6/16/2012 (IWFL) [+ 4 of 6 PATs]
    29 yards Alexis Charles, Doherty Hohj (L 10-22) Legend HS, 9/28/2012 (Colorado) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    29 yards Brittany Havenner, South Paulding (W 55-34) Villa Rica, 9/6/2013 (n.) (Georgia) [& 35-yd. FG•7 of 7 PATs]
    29 yards Alyson Thimsen, Pomona High (W 38-28) Lakewood HS, 9/14/2013 (Colorado) [+ 32 yd. & 30 yd. FGs + 3 PATs]
    29 yards Devon Curtright, Summit High (W 17-14) Bend Lava Bears, 10/4/2013 (Oregon) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    29 yards Emily Hutchins, Lake Mills (W 27-20) Lakeside Lutheran, 10/11/2013 (Wisconsin) [also 32 yd. FG, 1 FG blocked & 3 of 3 PATs]
    29 yards Katelyn Becker, Wisconsin Rapids (Lincoln) (L 19-34) at Fond du Lac, 10/18/2013 (Wisconsin) at Fruth Field

    28 yards Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 37-21) Etowah HS, 9/11/1992 (Georgia) [2nd qtr.•also 2nd 28 yd. FG, 37 yd. FG & 4 PATs]
    28 yards Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 37-21) Etowah HS, 9/11/1992 (Georgia) [3rd qtr.•also 2nd 28 yd. FG, 37 yd. FG & 4 PATs]
    28 yards Megan Latusek, Serra Catholic HS (Pittsburgh) (W 17-10) South Alleghany, 9/16/1994, (n.) at Glassport Stadium [2 PATs, 1st WPIAL female to kick FG] (Pennsylvania)
    28 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central HS (L 41-44) Forest Hills, 11/26/1994 (North Carolina) State Playoff game [+ 29 yd FG & 5 PATs]
    28 yards Heather Sue Mercer (Duke), Blue (W 24-22) White, Spring 1995 annual intra-team scrimmage
    28 yards Sarah Moon, Mass Mutiny (W 15-8) v. D.C. Divas, at Lawrence, Mass. (NWFL), 5/5/2001
    28 yards Megan Collins, Caesar Rodney HS (L 16-20) Sussex Central, 11/2/2001 (n) (Delaware) 
    28 yards Stephanie Svoboda, Euclid (Ohio) HS (W 27-14) Mentor Lake Catholic HS, 9/2002 [also 27 yarder in game] [Homecoming Queen as well 2002]
    28 yards Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills HS (W 27-0) Kenndy High, 10/10/2003 [also 34 yd FG and 3 for 3 PATs in game]
    28 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama Col. (L 13-58) Valdosta State, 10/25/2003
    28 yards Solveig Barnes, West High Wolfpack (W 10-7) Deer Valley, 9/12/2005 (Tracy, California)
    28 yards Becca Roth, Ranier High (L 23-48) North Marion, 9/16/2005 (Oregon) [had hat trick for soccer team same day]
    28 yards Sarah Peters, Petaluma High (W 41-7) at Montgomery HS, 11/19/2005 (California) State Playoffs [also 35 yard FG & 5 PATs in game]
    28 yards Kaylin Chain, Mt. Pleasant (W 18-12) Laurel Highlands, 10/6/2006 (Pennsylvania) [Crowned Homecoming Queen at the half.]
    28 yards Sandy Thur, San Bernardino Arroyo Valley HS (W 16-14) Fontana Kaiser, 9/7/2007 (California) [3rd year sr.]
    28 yards Amilee Smith, St. Bonaventure Junior Varsity (Ventura) (W 38-8) Oak Christian JV, 9/27/2007 (California) [& 3 PATs; freshman]
    28 yards Ashlynn Bass, Loganville HS (W 23-7) at Jackson County HS, 10/19/2007 (Georgia) [also 25 yd FG, 19 yd FG & 2 PATs]
    28 yards Courtney Cohen, Gulf High (L 10-23) at East Lake HS, 11/9/2007 (Florida) [+ 1 PAT]
    28 yards Lindsay Eckles, Columbus Comets (L 16-18) St. Louis Slam, 4/19/2008 (NWFA)
    28 yards Sarah Oliver, California Quake (W 5-0) SoCal Breakers, 4/19/2008 (IWFL)
    28 yards Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (L 10-39) H-Town Texas Cyclones, 7/26/2008 (NWFA Championship Game)
    28 yards Hannah Reiland, La Crosse Logan (W 29-7) at Holmen High, 9/26/2008 (Wisconsin) [also 36-yard FG same game.]
    28 yards Kathryn Hemlock, DC Divas (L 18-21) Kansas City Tribe, 7/25/2009 (IWFL World Championship Game)
    28 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Miners Junior Varsity (W 36-16) Eastern Greene, 9/8/2009 (n.) (Indiana) [+ 3 PATs]
    28 yards Jessica Saunders, Flint Carman-Ainsworth (L 10-17) at Davison HS, 10/9/2009 (n.) (Michigan)
    28 yards Rachelle Tekler, Platte Valley (W 15-0) Strasburg HS, 10/9/2009 (n.) (Colorado)
    28 yards Cat Wallace, Riverbend Bears (W 31-27) at North Stafford, 11/6/2009 (Virginia) [+ 4 of 4 PATs] (Catherine “Cat” Wallace)
    28 yards Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 30-12) Chicago Force, 6/5/2010 (IWFL) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    28 yards Grace Adams, Discovery Canyon Campus HS (W 31-0) Woodland Park, 9/16/2010 (Colorado) [+4 of 4 PATs]
    28 yards Ashley Finn, Romeo High (W 38-0) at Warren Mott HS, 10/8/2010 (Michigan)
    28 yards Meghan Magee, Bayside HS (W 42-40) Oscar Smith HS, 11/27/2010 (Virginia) [Division 6 Regional Championship]
    28 yards Dallas Butterfield, Modesto Maniax (W 41-6) So-Cal Breakers, 4/16/2011 (I.W.F.L.) [also 32 yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
    28 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago knights (L 3-31) at Marion Blue Racers, 4/30/2011 (C.I.F.L.)
    28 yards Katie Lahera, Grayslake North (W 30-6) at Johnsburg HS, 9/16/2011 (n.) (Illinois) [also 22-yd. FG same game]
    28 yards Lynzee Felder, Everett Reign (T 3-3) Tacoma Trauma, 5/19/2012 (IWFL v. semi-pro independent) [Made w/0:15 to go, for tie] [played flag-football to “avoid injuries”]
    28 yards Carly Dyck, Lethbridge Steel (W 16-14) Edmonton Storm, 5/27/2012 (Western Women's Canadian Football League)
    28 yards Erika Linch, Sutter Huskies (W 30-3) Central Valley, 8/31/2012 (California) [1 of 3 PATs•also called 37 yds•also called 26 yds.]
    28 yards Erica DeLuca, Lake Mary Prep (W 43-6) at Trinity Prep, 9/28/2012 (Florida) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    28 yards Sydney Spring, Jackson Vikings (L 9-26) at Lansing Eastern, 10/5/2012 (Michigan)
    28 yards Erika Linch, Sutter HS (W 38-31) Cottonwood West Valley, 11/24/2012 (California: CIF Northern Section Division II playoff [+ 5 of 5 PATs•also called 27 yds.])
    28 yards Jenna Mears, Saugus High (W 51-14) at Calabasas HS, 8/30/2013 (California) [+ 2nd FG & 3 of 4 PATs]
    28 yards Jenna Mears, Saugus High (W 45-7) Buena HS, 9/12/2013 (California)
    28 yards Samantha “Sam” Frowen, Osbourn HS (W 3-0) Gar-Field HS, 9/14/2013 (Virginia)
    28 yards Haleigh Van Allen, Service Cougars (L 16-52) at West High, 9/28/2013 (Alaska) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    28 yards Jeni Vaval, Blake HS (Tampa) (L 21-26) at Middleton HS, 10/11/2013 (Florida) [1 of 2 FGs]
    28 yards Olivia Paquette, Clawson HS (W 58-34) East Detroit, 10/25/2013 (Michigan) [1 of 2 PATs•7 of 8 PATs]
    28 yards Hallie Balch, Desert Christian (L 3-41) at Mammoth HS, 11/1/2013 (California)
    28 yards Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (W 30-8) Acadiana Zydeco, 4/19/2014 (WFA) [+ 3 of 3 PATs & 1 TD]
    28 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Blitz (W 34-28) at Saginaw Sting, 4/26/2014 (CIFL men's league) [+ 21-yd. FG & 4 PATs]

    27 yards Heidi Kaiser, New Smyrna Beach HS (L 3-6) Mainland HS, 5/29/1987 Spring Jamboree (Florida)
    27 yards Jamie Woods, Sandia HS (W 16-13) Las Cruces HS, 9/21/1995 (n) [made w/ 12 seconds to go] (1st fem. to score in New Mexico)
    27 yards Angela Ichnose, Iolani HS (W 30-6) Kamehameha Warriors (Hawaii), Aloha Stadium, 10/26/1996
    27 yards Tracy Austin, Palmetto High (W-LO.T.) Belton-Honea Path, __/__/1996 (South Carolina) [to win in OT] [School's Junior Miss]
    27 yards Jessica Hanneman, Hinkley HS (Colorado) (W 44-42) Arvada High, 10/1997 (n) [FG for win w/ 1:30 to go in game] [By this game also a 17 yd. FG, and 29 PATs]
    27 yards Jessica Kisor, Kalaheo HS (Hawaii), 1997 [23 PATs on year; selected to Blue Conference Post-Season All-Star team; National Honor Society]
    27 yards Tina Brooks, Wauconda High (W 30-6) Round lake HS, 10/10/1998 (Illinois)
    27 yards Katie Hultin, Thomas Jefferson HS (Denver) to win in 4th O.T. (W 24-21) v. Kennedy HS, 10/1/1999 (n.) (Denver, Colorado) [In only her 2nd game playing football]
    27 yards Tai DiRienzo, Noble HS (Okla.) (W 24-212 O.T.s) Oklahoma City Western Heights HS, 1999 [for win] [dad Tony kicked 60 yard FG 1973 for Oklahoma, played in NFL]
    27 yards Sheryl Owens, West Montgomery (W 9-7) South Stanly, 2000 (North Carolina) [also 18 of 19 PATs during season]
    27 yards Erin Moore, Arp High (W 9-2) Alto Yellowjackets, 11/10/2000 (Texas)
    27 yards Darci Hata, Pac-Five (Maryknoll) HS v. St. Louis HS (Honolulu, Hawaii), 10/20/2001
    27 yards Shayna Ross, New England Storm (L 3-6) Syracuse Sting, 8/2002 (WPFL)
    27 yards Stephanie Svoboda, Euclid HS (Ohio) (W 27-14) Mentor Lake Catholic HS, 9/2002 [also 28 yard FG in game]
    27 yards Alexandra Creswick, Dreher HS (W 38-19) Keenan HS, 10/4/2002 (S. Carolina) [and 5 PATs in game] [also 25 yarder "and 18 of 20 PAT" after this game]
    27 yards Amanda Gibson, Vinemont HS (W 30-27O.T.) Hancevile HS, 10/2002  (Alabama) [game winner][3 FGs in game]
    27 yards Ashley Nevitt, Fairborn HS (Dayton) (W 34-12) Springboro, //2002 (Ohio) [also 21 yd. FG and 4 PATs]
    27 yards Julie Harshbarger, Hononegah HS (W 24-12) at East Moline United HS, 9/5/2003 (n) [injury in soccer knocks her out for season]
1st  27 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama College (W 24-17) v Stillman College, 9/13/2003 [Div. II] [1st female college FG] (w/ 3 PAT)
    27 yards J.J. Jaffe, Chicago Force (W 65-0) at Detroit Predastors, 5/15/2004 (IWFL) [also 8 of 9 PATs]
    27 yards Janelle Okamoto, Sacramento Sirens (W 29-27) New York Sharks, 7/24/2004 [IWFL Championship game] [2 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Kara Williams, Long Beach Aftershock (W 36-7) L.A. Amazons, at Bassett HS, La Puente, Csl., 7/31/2004 (n) [WPFL Western Division]
    27 yards Taylor Chapman, West Ottawa (Holland)HS JV (W 41-12) V. Grand Rapids Union, 8/26/2004 (H)(Mich.) [also 3 for 3 PATs] 1stKicking sisters!- Mallory Chapman, Taylor's sister placekicked in 2003, (“click” on Mallory's name.)
    27 yards Taylor Onisky, Palisades HS(NJ) (W 31-14) at Pen Argyl HS(PA), 9/25/2004 [29 yarder blocked, also 4 for 4 PATs 34-14?] 
    27 yards Becca Roth, Rainier HS (L 22-42) Scappoose, 10/7/2004 (night) (Oregon) [also PAT] [Discovered kicking FGs in 2003 Powder Puff game]
    27 yards Kim Trumbo, Corvallis Pride (W 9-7) Portland Shockwave, 4/16/2005 (IWFL) [with 8:18 to go]
    27 yards Kim Van Houten, Pensacola Power (W 17-14) Oklahoma City Lightning, 7/23/2005 (NWFA Southern Conference Championship) [Winning kick with 35 seconds left in game.]
    27 yards Laura O'Malley, Coatesville High (L 16-28) Bethlehem Catholic HS, 9/10/2005 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [+1 PAT]
    27 yards Elisa Becker, Madison Memorial (W 18-10) Sun Prairie, 9/2005 (Wisconsin)
    27 yards Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (W 48-47) La Sierra, 10/21/2005 (Riverside, California)
    27 yards Alyssa Howard, Rossville HS (L 10-20) Silver Lake, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Kansas)
    27 yards Brooke Jackson, Union High (W 38-0) at Hampton HS (Greenville), 9/15/2006 (n.) (South Carolina) [+ 2 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville HS (W 38-7) at Delphi, 9/15/2006 (Indiana) [5 for 5 PATs]
    27 yards Brooke Jackson, Union Yellow Jackets (L 3-21) Clinton HS, 9/22/2006 (n.) (South Carolina) 
    27 yards Brooke Adkison, Owensville High, 2006 (Missouri) [game not known]
    27 yards Brooke Adkison, Owensville High, 2006 (Missouri) [2nd time; game unknown]
    27 yards Heather Winters, Southern California Scorpions (W 30-0) New England Intensity, 10/7/2006 (WPFL Wild Card Playoff Game)
    27 yards Brooke Jackson, Union Yellow Jackets (L 9-16) at Greer Yellow Jackets, 10/28/2006 (n.) (South Carolina)
    27 yards Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (L 9-45) Milford, 11/3/2006 (n.) (Michigan)
    27 yards Nicolette Stimely, Lewiston HS (W 15-8) Indian Valley, 11/12/2006 (Pennsylvania) Powder Puff game for Old Iron Skillet. [also 40 yd. punt; 3 40 yd. kickoffs] at Mitchell Field, Lewistown
    27 yards Samantha Miller, Loveland High (L 15-31) Wheat Ridge, 12/2/2006 (Colorado Class 4A State Championship at Invesco Field, Denver) [also called 20 yards]
    27 yards Cecilie Taylor, Richmond Heights (W 72-0) Lutheran East, 9/7/2007 (Cleveland, Ohio) [+ 7 of 7 PATs; 5'3" soph.]
    27 yards Solveig Barnes, West High (Tracy) (L 9-34) Granite Bay, 10/5/2007 (California)
    27 yards Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion (W 38-34) D.C. Divas, 5/3/2008 (IWFL)
    27 yards Kari Alexander, Las Vegas Showgirlz (L 38-41) California Quake, 5/24/2008 (IWFL) [1 of 2 FGs, 4 of 5 PATs]
    27 yards Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion (W 17-12) at D.C. Divas, 6/14/2008 (IWFL) at Landover, Md.
    27 yards Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton (Sedalia) (W 73-20) Westport HS (Kansas City), 9/26/2008 (Missouri) [+ 10 of 10 PATs]
    27 yards Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area (W 31-0) Dallas High,9/26/2008 (Pennsylvania) [+ 4 PATs]
    27 yards Millie Triano, St. Mary's (Albany) (L 9-14) at Salesian HS (Richmond), 9/27/2008 (California)
    27 yards Rachel Moore, Hanover High (L 9-14) Varina High, 10/13/2008 (Virginia)
    27 yards Lizzie Whitehill, Marblehead Magicians (W 10-0) Swampscott HS, 11/22/2008 [Powder Puff game] (Piper Field, Marblehead, Massachusetts) [+ PAT]
    27 yards Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion (L 17-27) D.C. Divas, 6/27/2009 IWFL Playoffs 1st round Brocco?
    27 yards Georgina German, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, Spring/Summer 2009 game (WFA)
    27 yards Sarah Bradley, Deep Run (L 17-25) Highland Springs, 8/31/2009 (Virginia) VHSL Benefit Game (scrimmage)
    27 yards Tarra Gabriel, Kamehameha Warriors (L 17-20) at Iolani HS, 9/5/2009 (Hawaii) at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu
    27 yards Rachelle Tekler, Platte Valley (L 13-16O.T.) Faith Christian, 9/18/2009 (Colorado) [+ 23 yd. FG in OT & PAT]
    27 yards Lyndsay Nohl, Tucson Monsoon (W 3-0) Southern California Breakers, 4/3/2010 (IWFL)
    27 yards Lauren Shockley, Los Angeles Amazons (W 48-36) California Quake, 4/17/2010 (IWFL)
    27 yards Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds (W 79-0) Minnesota Vixen, 4/24/2010 (IWFL) [1 FG•7 of 7 PATs]
    27 yards Marika Barto, New Orleans Blaze, 2010 (WFA)
    27 yards Bianca Alarcon, Oak Creek (W 31-14) Hartford High, 8/27/2010 (Wisconsin)
    27 yards Amanda Bennett, Frontier High (W 44-7) South HS, 9/10/2010 (Bakersfield, CAlifornia) [+ 4-4 PATs]
    27 yards Jessica Markovcic, Screven County HS (W 31-0) at Southeast Bulloch, 9/17/2010 (Georgia) [+ 4 of 4 PAT]
    27 yards Bianca Alarcon, Oak Creek (W 30-23) Racine Park, 10/20/2010 (Wisconsin)
    27 yards Jenia Crail, Prairie View HS (L 10-20) Wheat Ridge, 10/29/2010 (Colorado) [+ 1 PAT]
    27 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (L 17-28) Perry Central, 11/5/2010 (Indiana) Sectional Championship Game [+ 2 PATs]
    27 yards Nicole “Nikki” McKee, Walnut Mustangs (L 10-13O.T.) La Serna HS (Whittier), 11/19/2010 (California)[CIF Southern Section Playoffs•missed 30-yd FG in OT]
    27 yards Jennifer Bloom, Sacramento Sirens (W 34-20) Utah Jynx, 4/16/2011 (IWFL)
    27 yards Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers (W 16-8) Tampa Bay Pirates, 5/7/2011 (WFA) [& 1 of 2 PATs]
    27 yards Kathryn Hemlock, DC Divas (L 16-27) at Boston Mlitia, 6/11/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•1-2 PAT]
    27 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Junior Varsity (W 23-20) Sullivan HS, 8/22/2011 (Indiana) [also called 26yds]
    27 yards Kim Hyde, Christian County (W 38-21) Clarkesville HS (Tenn.), 8/27/2011 (Kentucky) [also reported as 26-yards]
    27 yards Rachel Albright, La Salle HS (L 3-20) Marantha HS, 9/9/2011 (Pasadena, California)
    27 yards Kristina Coyne, Chartiers Valley (W 37-14) Trinity High (Washington), 9/9/2011 (Pennsylvania) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Angie Weiner, Saugus High (L 9-27) at Muir High, 9/9/2011 (California)
    27 yards Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (W 31-17) at Blairsville, 10/14/2011 (Pennsylvania) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    27 yards Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS (L 19-27) Otay Ranch HS, 10/14/2011 (California) [ + 2 of 2 PATs]
    27 yards Kaylynn Dill, Bellevue Tigers (W 17-7) at Dayton HS Greendevils, 10/21/2011 (Kentucky) [Nicole Schowalter kicked for Dayton]
    27 yards Aly Smiley, Hayes HS (Delaware) (L 17-45) at New Albany HS, 10/21/2011 (Ohio)
    27 yards Laura O'Malley, Philadelphia Firebirds (L 23-32) at Baltimore Nighthawks, 4/14/2012 (IWFL) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    27 yards Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 52-8) Cincinnati Sizzle, 4/21/2012 (WFA) [+ 7 of 7 PATs & 1 TD reception]
    27 yards Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 31-0) at Keystone Assault, 4/28/2012 (WFA) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 66-0) at Pittsburgh Force, 5/20/2012 (WFA) [+ 5 of 7 PATs]
    27 yards Cheyenne Bunner, Madison High (W 31-0) at North Buncombe, 8/17/2012 (North Carolina) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Christine Hardin, Elizabethton (L 16-27) Science Hill, 8/24/2012 (Tennessee) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    27 yards Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 37-0) at Harper Woods HS, 8/24/2012 (Michigan) [+ 4 of 5 PATs]
    27 yards Courtney Perry, Estrella Foothills (W 36-7) at Youngker HS, 8/24/2012 (Arizona) [+ 3 of 5 PATs•possibly 30 yards]
    27 yards Courtney Perry, Estrella Foothills (W 51-0) Tonopah Valley, 8/31/2012 (Arizona) [+ 6 of 7 PATs•also called 30-yd.]
    27 yards Becca Keller, Lake Mills (W 31-28) Cambridge HS, 9/7/2012 (Wisconsin) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Morgan Hagee, Plainfield Quakers (L 3031) at Greenwood High, 9/14/2012 (Indiana) [32 yds?]
    27 yards Olivia Seely, Berwick HS (W 17-7) Selinsgrove HS, 9/28/2012 (Pennsylvania) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    27 yards Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (L 11-20) at Penns Manor, 10/12/2012 (Pennsylvania)
    27 yards Lynzee Felder, Everette Reign (L 3-16) Portland Shockwave, 4/6/2013 (WFA)
    27 yards Melanie McHenry, Speedway Sparkplugs (W 37-19) at Beech Grove HS, 9/6/2013 (Indiana) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    27 yards Kiersten Peck, Sun Valley (L 3-32) Monroe High, 9/27/2013 (North Carolina) [also called 20 yd.]
    27 yards Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (L 17-35) Heidelberg University, 10/19/2013 (n.) (N.C.A.A. DIII) [& 2 of 2 PATs]
    27 yards Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 27-14) Tennessee Train, 5/3/2014 (WFA) [2 of 2 FGs • 3 of 3 PATs]
    27 yards Rienna Rueve, Saskatoon Valkyries (W 53-0) Lethbridge Steel, 7/5/2014 (WSFL) [also reported as 37 yds.•7 conversions•1 65-yard single]

    26 yards Simona Prochaska, El Cajon Valley HS (San Diego) (W 32-0) Coronas High, 10/27/1989 [also 22 yd. FG same game]
    26 yards Sally Phipps, Spanish River HS (W-L) Pope John Paul HS, 5/27/1993 (Florida) Spring Jamboree
    26 yards Jamie Theil, Countryside HS (Tampa) v. Dunedin, 8/1996 (Fla.) [and 5 for 5 PATs]
    26 yards Amy Lewis, Arizona Caliente (Phoenix) (W 46-0) Los Angeles Amazons (WPFA American Conference, West Div.), 9/20/2003
    26 yards Klaassien Eling, Fruitdale HS (W 31-6) Thomasville Marengo HS, 10/14/2003 (night) (Alabama) [Also 4 PATs in game][Exchange student from the Netherlands]		
    26 yards Jessalyn Martin, Atlanta Xplosion (L 7-9) Sacramento Siren, 8/6/2005 nullified by penalty [IWFL Championship Game at Manchester, N.H.]
    26 yards Cori Conrow, Two Harbors (L 3-28) at Greenway, 10/6/2006 (n.) (Minnesota) at Dixon-Barle Field, Coleraine
    26 yards Emily Moran, Theodore Roosevelt HS (W 13-6) Crestwood HS, 10/20/2006 (n.) (Ohio) [also 24 yd. FG in same game]
    26 yards Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte Bullfrogs (W 44-18) Amador High, 10/27/2006 (n.) at Sutter Creek (Mother Lode League, California) [+ 5 of 6 PATs; also reported as 24 yds.] 
    26 yards Leah Einterz, Zionsville High (L 24-27) Lafayette Jeff, 8/17/2007 [+ 3 PATs] [also called 25 yds. in one source]
    26 yards Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle (W 31-0) Cambria Heights, 9/14/2007 (Pennsylvania) [+ 2 PATs; called 23 yds. game report, 24 yds. in another report, 26 yds. thereafter]
    26 yards Tera Prosser, Yamhill-Carlton (W 31-0) Banks High, 10/5/2007 (Oregon)
    26 yards McKenzie Langemeier, Marion High (L 13-58) at LaVernia HS, 10/26/2007 (Texas) [+ PAT]
    26 yards Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle (Altoona) (W 24-23) Westmont Hilltop (Johnstown), 8/30/2008 (Pennsylvania) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    26 yards Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (W 40-37) Columbus North, 10/24/2008 (Indiana) [maybe 2nd FG in game]  
    26 yards Jade Montgomery, Piedmont High (L 16-42) at Porter Ridge, 8/27/2010 (North Carolina) [Maybe 33 yards]
    26 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 56-8) at Union High (Dugger), 10/8/2010 (n) (Indiana) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]
    26 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 45-29) at Port Huron Predators, 4/2/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 4 of 5 PATs]
    26 yards Haley Chittenden, Texas City HS Stings Junior Varsity (W-L) Dickinson HS, 8/31/2011 (Texas)
    26 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 50-23) at Chicago Force, 7/9/2011 (WFA playoff quarterfinals) [1 of 2 FGs•3 of 5 PATs]
    26 yards Christine Hardin, Elizabethton High (W 45-6) at Johnson County, 10/14/2011 (Tennessee) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]
    26 yards Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS (L 23-49) Eastlake HS, 10/28/2011 (California) [also 24-yard & 33-yard FGs + 2 PATs]
    26 yards Tiffany Bozeman, Orlando Anarchy (L 3-31) Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 4/21/2012 (WFA)
    26 yards Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine (W 38-0) Nebraska Stampede, 5/13/2012 (WFA) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    26 yards Nellie Deprey, Denmark Vikings (L 10-48) at Luxemburg-Casco, 9/7/2012 (Wisconsin) [+ 1 of 1 PAT•saving tackle on kickoff]
    26 yards Jessica “Jessie” Kluz, Sterling Heights (W 9-6O.T.)) at Mount Clemens, 9/14/2012 (Michigan) [25 yds On last play of game, in OT, to win]
    26 yards Bari Deptula, Steinert Spartans (L 10-16) Hamilton High, 11/22/2012 (New Jersey)
    26 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 36-27) at D.C. Divas, 6/1/2013 (WFA) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    26 yards Arielle Stoyanow, Kapolei HS (W 10-7) Aiea HS, 9/6/2013 (Hawaii) [+ PAT]
    26 yards Kayla Merchant, Orchard View (L 23-38) Fremont Packers, 9/20/2013 (Michigan) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    26 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 31-0) Philadelphia Firebirds, 6/7/2014 (IWFL) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    
    25 yards Heather Sue Mercer, Yorktown HS (W 23-13) Chittenago HS, 11/1993 (NY) Carrier Dome, Syracuse, Class B Championship game [1st score in playoffs for female, 2 of 3 PATs] [39 pts. on season, 4 of 7 , 27 of 30 PATs]
    25 yards Megan Latusek, Serra Catholic HS (W 17-7) South Allegheny, 9/16/1994 (Pennsylvania) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    25 yards Jenny Grubb, Conant High (W 23-12) Elk Grove, 9/23/1994 (n.) (Illinois) [+ 2 PATs]
    25 yards Jessica Kisor, Kalaheo HS v. Waialua HS, 9/27/1997 (Hawaii) [and 7 for 7 on PATs in game] [see above 27 yd. kick for additional data]
    25 yards Annie Greenspun, Haverford HS (W 39-7) Springfield HS, 10/6/2000 (Pennsylvania) [& 4 of 4 PATs]
    25 yards Ashley Aber, Seventy-First HS (L 16-35) Douglas Byrd HS, 9/28/2001 (North Carolina)
    25 yards Sara Lyles, Harrison HS (L 3-16) Cañon City, 11/3/2001 (Colorado Springs, Col.) [*Female FG distance Colorado state record]
    25 yards Kati Jo Spisak, Parkway South (St. Louis) (W 38-6) Parkway North (Missouri), 11/5/1999 [+ 5 PATs in 5 tries]
    25 yards Audrey Russell, Chattanooga Locomotion, in OT (W 15-12O.T.) v. Asheville Assault (NWFL), 4/12/2001 2003?
    25 yards Ashley Aber, Cumberland Cty. HS v Douglas Bird HS (North Carolina), 2001
    25 yards Jenna Thomason, Sandy Creek HS (W 17-14O.T.) Heritage HS (Ga.), 2001 [2nd PAT tied game, FG won it in OT]
    25 yards Amanda Miller, G.W. Hewlett, H.S. (W 16-0) v. Garden City HS, 11/10/2001 (Nassau Cty., NY)
    25 yards Leigh Sears, Southwest Michigan Jaguars (L 9-45) Detroit Demolition (NWFA), 4/20/2003 (n) Bulldog Stadium 1,200
    25 yards Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (Riverside) (W 23-13) El Modena HS, 9/11/2003 (California)
    25 yards Kim Tebo, Eldorado HS (H) (W 17-14) Los Lunas HS, 9/26/2003 (n.) (Albuquerque, N.M.) [as well as 2 PATs after score was 0-14, the FG was winning points. [Homecoming Queen at halftime.] 
    25 yards Kaylin Chain, Mt. Pleasant HS (L 3-47) at Peters Township HS, 10/31/2003 WPIAL Class AAA 1st Round Playoff Game (Pennsylvania)
    25 yards Amy Lewis, Arizona Caliente (W 17-12) Long Beach Aftershock, 9/11/2004 (WPFL)
    25 yards Kristin Casey, Westside HS (W 15-8) Burke HS, 2004 (Omaha, Neb.) [1st female to score a point in Nebraska football game.]
    25 yards Alena Westover, Warren G. Harding HS (L 10-18) Buchtel HS, 9/3/2005 (Ohio) [also PAT & onside kick.]
    25 yards Kelly Bornemeier, Massaponax High (W 51-8) Spotsylvania, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Virginia) [plus 6 of 7 PATs]
    25 yards Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (W 17-0) Powers Catholic, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Flint, Michigan) [+ 2 PATs]
    25yd PAT Keirsten Cheatham, Eustis HS (Orlando) (W 21-14) at Leesburg, 9/22/2006 (n.) [Followed roughing the kicker on diff. PK on 40 yd. attempt; I am assuming a 15 yard penalty]
    25 yards Wendy Korte, Dallas Diamonds (W 47-20) Wisconsin Wolves, 9/23/2006 (WPFL) [+ 2nd FG in game, unknown yds.]
    25yd PAT Abby Vestal, Lawrence High (W 16-3) at Shawnee Mission East, 9/29/2006 (n.) (Kansas) [+ 20 yd. FG] at Shawnee Mission South District Stadium
    25 yards Andrea Kalis, Winona Senior High (L 9-16) at Albert Lea HS, 10/6/2006 (n.) (Minnesota)
    25 yards Alyssa Howard, Rossville High (W 27-13) Jefferson County North, 10/31/2006 (n.) (Kansas) [also 22 yd. FG] Class 3A Bi-District, Playoffs 1st round
    25 yards Marika Barto, New Orleans Blaze (W 30-0) Emerald Coast Barracudas, 4/28/2007 (NWFA)
    25 yards Mindy Walker, Oklahoma City Lightning (W 48-6) Nashville Dream, 5/29/2007 (NWFA)
    25yd PAT Janelle Hensold, Danville High (L 15-26) Bloomington HS, 9/7/2007 (Illinois) [1 of 1; 5'10"]
    25 yards Jane Kenney, Dexter High (W 16-6) Mount View (Thorndike), 9/8/2007 (Maine) [1 of 2 PATs & 2 punts (one 33 yards)]
    25yd PAT Emily Hirano, Oconee County Middle School (W 42-7) West Jackson, Sep. 2007 (Georgia) [teammate Emily Thomas missed a PAT in game]
    25 yards Leah Einterz, Zionsville HS (L 3-20) at Westfield HS, 9/14/2007 (n.) (Indiana) [+ missed 39 yd. FG] [also called 23 yd., 22 yd.]
    25 yards Katelyn Gedding, Corner High (L 3-6) St. Clair County, 9/14/2007 (Alabama)
    25 yards Ashley Baker, Framingham State (W 17-10) MIT, 9/15/2007 (NCAA DIII) [and 2 PATs]
    25 yards Sandy Thur, Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino) (T 24-24) Silverado HS, 9/28/2007 (n.) (California) [plus 3 of 3 PATs; also called 20 yards]
    25 yards Monica Weil, Bangor HS (Bethlehem Township) (L 10-34) Palisades HS, 9/28/2007 (Pennsylvania [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    25 yards Solveig Barnes, West High (Tracy) (W 24-20) Edison HS, 10/12/2007 (California) [+ 3 for 3 PATs] [also called 21 yards in diff. report]
    25 yards Ashlynn Bass, Loganville HS (W 23-7) at Jackson County HS, 10/19/2007 (Georgia) [also 28 yd FG, 19 yd FG & 2 PATs]
    25 yards Petra Olsen, Wisconsin Wolves (W 16-13) Wisconsin Warriors, 4/19/2008 (IWFL)
    25 yards Sarah Oliver, California Quake (L 3-69) at Dallas Diamonds, 6/28/2008 (IWFL) [Divisional Playoff]
    25 yards Sarah Colvin, Eilson High Ravens (W 61-0) Delta Junction, 9/5/2008 (n.) (Alaska) [also 24 yd. FG in game] at Eielson Air Force Base
    25 yards Gabi Dugal, Class of 2012 (L-WO.T.) Class of 2009, 10/8/2008 (Garner Magnet HS, North Carolina Powder Puff Game) [OT kickoff, made free kick FGs of 15, 20 & 25 yards, missed from 30 yds., lost on tries]
    25 yards Meagan Proper, Class of 2009 (W-LO.T.) Class of 2012, 10/8/2008 (Garner Magnet HS, North Carolina Powder Puff Game) [OT kickoff, made free kick FGs of 15, 20 & 25 yards on 2nd try, missed from 30 yds., won on tries]
    25 yards Alexis Claassen, Valley High (L 3-14) Shady Side Academy, 10/11/2008 (Pennsylvania)
    25 yards Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 38-3) Fairleigh Dickinson U.-Florham, 11/7/2008 (N.C.A.A. DIII)
    25 yards Liz Carrier, New Orleans Blaze, Spring/Summer 2009 season (WFA)
    25 yards Jeanette Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, Spring/Summer 2009 season (WFA)
    25 yards MaryBeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem (W 41-12) at Columbus Comets (Vicksburg), 7/11/2009 (WFA Playoff Quarterfinals) [& 23 yd. FG]
    25 yards Ariel Stephens, Charlestown High (W 15-13) Madison HS, 8/21/2009 (Indiana) [w/45 seconds left in game, to win] at Dutch Reis Field
    25yd PAT Abby McCollum, Monroe HS (W 14-7) Huron HS, 9/17/2009  (Michigan) [PAT w/penalty•2 of 2 PATs]
    25 yards Kaila Forster, Libby HS (L 27-48) at Polson HS, 9/25/2009 (Montana) [also 19 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    25 yards Ariel Stephens, Charlestown HS (W 6-0) at Corydon HS, 9/25/2009 (n.) (West Virginia) [also 22 yd. FG]
    25 yards Katelin Fields, Ravenna Ravens (W 39-0) Field HS, 10/23/2009 (Ohio) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    25 yards Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 80-0) at Minnesota Vixen, 5/15/2010 (IWFL) [+ 7 of 7 PATs]
    25 yards Kara Fultz, Indiana Speed, 2010 (WFA)
    25yd PAT Christine Hardin, Elizabethton HS (W 28-13) at Volunteer HS, 8/20/2010 (Tennessee) [due to penalty•4-4 PATs]
    25yd PAT Mary-Kathryn Fiedernitz, Linden HS (W 32-26O.T.) Fenton HS, 9/2/2010 (n.) (Michigan) [due to penalty•2 of 4 PATs]
    25 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Junior Varsity (W 58-0) at North Daviess JV, 10/4/2010 (Indiana) [+ 5 PATs]
    25 yards Rachel Albright, La Salle Junior Varsity (W 30-14) at Mary Star of the Sea JV. 10/29/2010 (California) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    25 yards Josie Shannon, Oromocto Area Lady Blues (L 3-30) at Fundy Cyclones, 10/31/2010 (NBJGFL)
    25 yards Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 43-6) Indy Crash, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•4-5 PATs•1 TD•2 punts]
    25 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (L 21-24) Dayton Silverbacks, 4/22/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 23-yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs] 
    25 yards Sara Meidlinger, Nebraska Stampede (W 48-0) Wisconsin Dragons, 5/21/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•5-6 PATs]
    25 yards Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds (W 23-12) Lone Star Mustangs, 5/21/2011 (WFA) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    25 yards Greta Newhart, Highesville HS (W 11-8) Warrior Run, 9/3/2011 (Pennsylvania)
    25 yards Caroline Cashion, West Ashley (L 12-13) Fort Dorchester, 10/14/2011 (South Carolina) [1 of 2 FGs]
    25 yards Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (W 27-6) at United HS, 10/21/2011 (Pennsylvania) [+ 20-yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    25 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Vipers (L 32-64) at Saginaw Sting, 3/18/2012 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    25 yards Ashley Atkinson, Sacramento Sirens (W 22-6) Portland Shockwave, 4/28/2012 (IWFL)
    25 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 22-0) Columbus Comets, 6/10/2012 (WFA) 
    25 yards Amanda Shell, Kansas City Tribe (W 83-0) at Kansas City Spartans, 6/10/2012 (WFA) [+10 of 10 PATs]
    25 yards Emily Culvahouse, Estero HS Freshmen (W 10-8) at Bishop Verot HS (Fort Meyers), 8/30/2012 (Florida) [with 5.4 seconds left to win +1 of 1 PAT & kickoffs]
    25 yards Carly Gould, Winnacunnet HS (W 27-242 O.T.s) Exeter, 9/21/2012 (New Hampshire) [In 1st OT to tie]
    25 yards Jessica Petts, Forest Heights Trojans (W 10-9) Glenview Park, 9/21/2012 (Ontario, Canada)
    25 yards Jenni Goethe, Tecumseh Savages (L 15-56) Ada Cougars, 9/28/2012 (Oklahoma)
    25yd PAT Tara Grimsley, Dillon HS (W 40-12) at Aynor HS, 9/28/2012 (South Carolina) [due to penlty•also kickoffs]
    25 yards Morgan Andrews, Milford Spartans (W 24-6) Portsmouth HS, 10/26/2012 (New Hampshire)
    25 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockman (W 45-7) Perry Central, 10/27/2012 (Indiana)
    25 yards Olivia Seely, Berwick Area HS (W 28-7) Dallas HS, 11/10/2012 (Pennsylvania District II Semi-Final Playoff game)
    25 yards Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (L 15-27) Kansas City Titans, 6/8/2013 (WFA) [& 0 of 2 PATs]
    25 yards Carly Dyck, Lethbridge Steel (L 13-27) Saskatoon Valkyries, 6/15/2013 (WWCFL), at Mosaic Stadium, Regina, Alberta
    25 yards Katelyn Becker, Lincoln HS (Wisconsin Rapids) (L 17-20) D.C. Everest HS, 8/30/2013 (Wisconsin) [also a tackle on kickoff return]
    25 yards Arielle Stoyanow, Kapolei High (W 22-18) Waipahu, 8/30/2013 (Hawaii) [+ 1 PAT•FG w/2:16 to go]
    25 yards Lexi Dressing, Nation Ford (W 45-14) Lugoff-Elgin, 9/6/2013 (South Carolina) [Also 6 of 6 PATs]
    25 yards Kathryn Myers, Central Mountain (W 50-31) Athens HS, 10/25/2013 (Pennsylvania) [+ 5 of 7 PATs]
    25 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 31-6) New York Sharks, 4/26/2014 (IWFL) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]

    24 yards Michele Diana, Cleveland HS (W 25-22) Fairfax HS, 9/18/1992 (Cal.) [winning kick with 1:20 left in game]
    24 yards Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 24-21) Harrison HS, 10/2/1992 (Georgia) [Winning FG w/15 seconds left]
    24 yards Erin “Peaches” Shilk, Cy Falls High (Houston, Texas), 1993
    24 yards Jennifer Dillard, Mount Pleasant HS (L 9-27) Northwest Cabarrus, 8/21/1998 (North Carolina)
   •24 yards Emily Morgan, Pensacola Power (W 37-12) Nashville Dream (exhib.) (NWFL), 4/6/2002 [31 points in game:Fg, 3 PATs & 3 TDs on receptions.]
      •Emily Morgan scored 31 points in game, 3 TDs, 3 PATs, 1 FG]
    24 yards Ashley Nevitt, Fairborn HS (W 25-21) Stebbins, //2002 (Dayton, Oh.)
    24 yards Danielle Weiss, Cleveland Fusion (L 15-28) at Detroit Demolition (NWFA), 7/12/2003 [NWFA Northern Divison playoff semi-final]
    24 yards Hillary Bisnett, Dowagiac HS in OT to win (W 31-282 O.T.s) at Niles HS  (Michigan), 10/17/2003 (n)
    24 yards Danielle Weiss, Cleveland Fusion (L 15-28) Detroit Demolition, Spring 2003 [NWFA semi-final] 
    24 yards Stephanie Bozada, St. Thomas More HS (W 16-7) Bismark-Henning HS, 11/2003 (Bllomington, Illinois) [1st round Class 2A playoff game]
    24 yards Mary Kay “MK” Bateman, Atlanta Xplosion (L 21-28) at New York Sharks, 4/3/2004 (IWFL)
    24 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama (L 20-34) at Samford College, 8/28/2004 (night) [also 22 yard FG and 2 PATs]
    24 yards Kim Trumbo, Corvallis Pride (W 41-6) Boise Xtreme, 4/2/2005 (IWFL)  [1st FG ever for Pride] [also scored 3 TDs]
    24 yards Heidi Garrett, Riverside Martin Luther King, 9/9/2005 (California)
    24 yards Kendra Cestone, Massachusetts Mutiny (W 17-0) at Philadelphia Phoenix, 4/23/2006 (NWFA) at Northeast High
    24 yards Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 24-7) Whitewater, 10/6/2006 (Wisconsin)
    24 yards Kaylin Chain, Mt. Pleasant (W 38-14) Uniontown, 10/20/2006 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [+ 5 of 5 PATs, all in 1st half]
    24 yards Emily Moran, Roosevelt Rough Riders (W 13-6) Crestwood Red Devils, 10/20/2006 (n.) (Ohio) [+ 26 yd. FG]
    24 yards Ally Bales, Eisenhower (New Berlin) (L 10-13O.T.) Fort Atkinson, 10/24/2006 (n.) (Wisconsin) [FG in OT; + PAT]
    24 yards Kaylee Boryla, Cherry Creek (W 34-14) Fairview HS, 10/27/2006 (n.) (Colorado) [also 34 yd. FG in same game.]
    24 yards Anna Funderburk, Lancaster High (L 18-28) South Pointe, 10/27/2006 (n.) (South Carolina) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    24 yards Kelly Bornemeier, Massaponax HS (W 31-14) Mountain View, 11/3/2006 (n.) (Virginia) [+4 of 4 PATs]
    24 yards Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde High (W 45-19) Western, 11/3/2006 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [+ 6 of 6 PATs]
    24 yards Kaylee Boryla, Cherry Creek (W 23-21) Arvada West, 11/4/2006 (Colorado) Class 5A Playoffs (To win at end of game.) [5th FG of year]
    24 yards Althea Chronis, Minnesota Vixen (L 10-13) Wisconsin Wolves, 9/6/2007 (WPFL)
    24 yards Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle (L 6-18) Penn Cambria, 9/28/2007 (Pennsylvania) [+ 20 yard FG]
    24 yards Megan Antonucci, New York Sharks (W 31-0) at Central Pa Vipers, 6/14/2008 (IWFL) [+ 4 PATs]
    24 yards Sarah Colvin, Eilson Ravens (W 61-0) Delta Junction High, 9/5/2008 (n.) (Alaska) [25 yard FG same game]
    24 yards Kara Fultz, Fort Wayne Flash, Spring/Summer 2009 season game (WFA)
    24 yards Kaila Forster, Libby HS Junior Varsity v. Timberlake (Id.) JV, 9/8/2009 (Montana)
    24 yards Taylor Belmont, Oregon City (W 37-24) Lakeridge High, 9/25/2009 (Oregon) [+ 4 of 5 PATs•also reported as 22 yds.]
    24 yards McHale Perkins, Hollis-Brookline (W 38-6) John Stark HS, 9/26/2009 (New Hampshire) [longest of 2 FGs on season]
    24 yards Samantha “Sam” Dimitri, Deptford HS (L 10-19) Highland High, 10/3/2009 (n.) (New Jersey) [+ PAT•also reported as 23 yds,]
    24 yards Jenna Whipple, Potterville HS Vikings (W 43-0) Bath HS, 10/9/2009 (Michigan) [+ 4 PATs]
    24 yards Tarra Gabriel, Kamehameha Warriors (W 45-21) Punahou HS, 11/5/2009 (Hawaii) [+ 4 of 6 PATs•Interscholastic League of Honolulu Dovision I Championship Aloha Stadium]
    24 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Cardinals (L 45-69) Fort Wayne FireHawks, 4/24/2010 (CIFL)
    24 yards Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 21-19) King's College, 10/23/2010 (N.C.A.A. DIII)
    24 yards Andrea Grant, San Diego Surge (W 84-0) Las Vegas Showgirlz, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [+ 9-12 PATs]
    24 yards Leah Todd, Cincinnati Sizzle (W 42-0) at Kentucky Karma, 5/4/2011 (WFA) [1-2 FGs•1-3 PATs]
    24 yards Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 37-24) at DC Divas, 6/25/2011 (WFA playoffs) [3 of 4 FGs•2 of 3 PATs]
    24 yards Greta Newhart, Warrior Run (W 11-8O.T.) at Hughesville High, 9/2/2011 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [in OT•also reported as 25 & 26-yds.]
    24 yards Silvanna Paonessa, Nature Coast (L 18-22) Dunnellon HS, 9/16/2011 (n.) (Florida)
    24 yards Katie Davidson, Community Christian School (W 68-6) Harvester Christian Academy, 9/30/2011 (Georgia 8-man) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    24 yards Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS (L 23-49) Eastlake HS, 10/28/2011 (California) [also 26-yard & 33-yard FGs + 2 PATs]
    24 yards Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 32-25) at D.C. Divas, 6/10/2012 (WFA)
    24 yards Melanie McHenry, Speedway Sparkplugs (L 38-62) Cardinal Ritter, 9/8/2012 (Indiana)
    24 yards Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill Buffaloes (W 30-7) at Standley Hill HS, 9/21/2012 (Colorado) [+ 3 of 4 PATs]
    24 yards Jessica Kluz, Sterling Heights Stallions (W 51-26) Lake Shore, 9/28/2012 (Michigan) [also called 25-yds.•+ 6 of 7 PATs]
    24 yards Elisa Formiglio, Norwich Free Academy (W 31-6) at Bacon Academy, 10/27/2012 (Connecticut) [1 of 1 FG•4 of 4 PATs]
    24 yards Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (L 10-12) Atlanta Phoenix, 4/26/2014 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs•1 of 1 PAT]

    23 yards Jessica Hanneman, Hinckley High (Aurora) (W 31-28) Rampart HS, 11/8/1997 (Col.) [Winning FG with 17 seconds to go]
    23 yards Meggie Godish, West Springfield HS (W 10-7) West Potomac, 10/1/1999 (Virginia) [+ 1 PAT]
    23 yards Megan Gray, Downers Grove North (W 24-7) Downers Grove South (Chicago, Illinois), 10/1/1999 [originally called 21 yds.][and 3 PATs] 9,000
    23 yards Amanda Gibson, Vinemont HS v Fairview HS (Alabama), 9/6/2000
    23 yards Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS (W 40-20) at Mundelein HS, 9/21/2001 (n) (Ill.) [ALSO CALLED 26 yd.}
    23 yards Lisa Henderson, Washington & Lee HS (W 42-0) Stuart High, 10/19/2001 (Va.) [also 3 of 5 PATs in game]
    23 yards Audrey Russell, Chattanooga Locomotion (W 10-8) Alabama Renegades (NWFL), 5/22/2003
    23 yards Michelle Wirth, Auburn HS (Rockford, Ill.) (L 3-55) at Elgin HS (Illinois), 9/13/2003
    23 yards Tonya Butler, West Alabama College (L 10-44) North Alabama, 11/15/2003, Braly Stadium, Florence 10,315
    23 yards Brynessa Gradley, Sentinel Secondary (HS) (W 31-0) Nanaimo, 9/25/2004 (West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada) [and 2 PATs]
    23 yards Ilene Fahle, New Ulm Cathedral HS (W 31-18) Wabasso, 10/1/2004 (Minn.) [also 4 for 4 PATs] [Norwegian exchange student]
    23 yards Janelle Okamoto, Sacramento Sirens (W 9-7) Atlanta Xplosion, 8/6/2005 (n.) [winning kick with under 2 min. to go][at Clemlemire Sports Center, Manchester, N.H.] (also called 21 yds.)
    23 yards Elisa Becker, Madison Memorial (W 20-17) Madison LaFollette, 9/22/2005 (Wisconsin) [Winning kick with 8 seconds to play.] (Mansfield Stadium)
    23 yards Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 38-0) Cudahy, 10/7/2005 (Wisconsin) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    23 yards Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville HS (L 9-20) West Lafayette, 8/18/2006 (n.) [at Straley Field] (Indiana)
    23 yards Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 24-13) at Pewaukee HS, 9/15/2006 (Wisconsin) [+ 3 of 3 PATs] [also called 25 yds. in one place]
    23 yards Danielle Bailey, Long County HS (W 43-26) Davis HS, 10/13/2006 (Georgia) [plus 4 of 6 PATs]
    23 yards Brittany Ryan, Easton High (W 44-27) Bethlehem Catholic, 11/3/2006 (Pennsylvania) [+ 5 of 6 PATs]
    23 yards Brandy Rosales, El Paso Socorro (W 33-23) Bel Air HS, 11/2/2007 (Texas) [also 37 yd. FG + PAT]
    23 yards Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 76-0) Tree Town Spitfire, 5/31/2008 (NWFA) [+ 21 yd. FG; miss from 37 yds.]
    23 yards Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (W 31-24) Harrisonville HS, 10/17/2008 (Sedalia, Missouri) [+ 2 PATs]
    23 yards Rachel Moore, Hanover High (W 30-10) Henrico HS, 11/7/2008 (Virginia) [+ 3 PATs]
    23 yards Rachel Moore, HAnover High (W 24-14) Monacan HS, 11/17/2008 (Virginia) Central Region Divison 5 Semifinals [+ 3 PATs]
    23 yards MaryBeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem (W 41-12) at Columbus Comets (Vicksburg), 7/11/2009 (WFA Playoff Quarterfinals) [& 25 yd. FG]
    23 yards Samantha Dimitri, Deptford HS (L 17-21) Pennsville HS, 9/12/2009 (New Jersey)
    23 yards Rachelle Tekler, Platte Valley (L 13-16O.T.) Faith Christian, 9/18/2009 (Colorado) [in OT + 27 yd. FG in 4th qtr. & PAT}
    23 yards Nikki McKee, Walnut Mustangs (W 31-27) Covina HS, 8/25/2009 (California)
    23 yards Erin Benson, Spotswood HS (W 19-17) at Millbrook HS, 9/11/2009 (Virginia)
    23 yards Shelby Walker, Bloomfield Bobcats (W 60-0) at Zuni High, 10/2/2009 (New Mexico) [& 6 of 8 PATs]
    23 yards Nicholette Sartori, Palm Bay Pirates (W 24-13) Wiregrass Ranch, 10/16/2009 (n.) (Florida) [+ PAT & 1 blocked PAT] 
    23 yards Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 31-21) Lycoming College, 11/7/2009 (N.C.A.A. DIII) 2,750 [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    23 yards Jessica Javelet, So Cal Scorpions (W 22-0) at Southern California Breakers, 4/10/2010 (IWFL) [+ 1 of 3 PATs]
    23 yards Lauren Shockley, Los Angeles Amazons (W 17-0) at Portland Shockwave, 5/8/2010 (IWFL)
    23 yards Jennifer Bloom, Sacramento Sirens (W 10-6) Los Angeles Amazons, 5/21/2010 5/22? (IWFL)
    23 yards Ashley Finn, Romeo Bulldogs (W 17-10) at Dakota HS, 9/2/2010 (Michigan) [+ 2 of 2 PATs•emergency kicker for one game•may be 21 yards]
    23 yards Jade Montgomery, Piedmont HS (W 24-14) at Forest Hills HS, 9/24/2010 (North Carolina) [+ 3 PATs]
    23 yards Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (L 6-9) at San Luis Obispo Mission prep, 10/1/2010 (California) [+ 2nd FG]
    23 yards Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (W 43-0) Calvary Murrieta, 11/12/2010 (California) [1 of 2 FGs•4 of 6 PATs]
    23 yards Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws (L 3-33) at Lone Star Mustangs, 4/16/2011 (WFA)
    23 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 52-6) Indianapolis Enforcers, 4/17/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 20-yd & 17-yd FGs & 4 of 5 PATs]
    23 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (L 21-24) Dayton Silverbacks, 4/22/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 25-yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
    23 yards Shalom Kimble, Bay Area Bandits (W 36-0) at Portland Fighting Fillies, 5/7/2011 (WFA) [+ 1 of 3 PATs]
    23 yards Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds (W 23-20O.T.) Kansas City Tribe, Jul. 2011 (WFA Playoffs) [In OT for win]
    23 yards Rachel Albright, La Salle HS (Pasadena) (L 24-27) at Bosco Tech, 9/30/2011 (California) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    23 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 57-0) Morth Knox HS, 9/30/2011 (n) (Indiana) [+ 6 of 8 PATs•also called 25yds]
    23 yards Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 17-6) at Monterey Trail, 9/30/2011 (California)
    23 yards Ali Rogers, Gulf Coast (W 31-27) at Lely High, 10/14/2011 (Florida) [also 4 of 4 PATs]
    23 yards Morgan Andrews, Milford Spartans (L 17-24) Goffstown HS, 10/21/2011 (New Hampshire)
    23 yards Lauren “Lola” Kantak, New England Intensity (W 36-0) Connecticut Wreckers, 4/13/2012 (IWFL) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    23 yards Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 59-0) at Kansas City Spartans, 4/28/2012 (WFA) [+ 8 of 8 PATs & 2 rushing TDs]
    23 yards Kat Stutesman, St. Charles North (W 31-14) at Streamwood HS, 9/28/2012 (Illinois) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    23 yards Brittany Stone, Carter Lions (W 30-28) at Rialto High, 10/12/2012 (California) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    23 yards Michelle Petty, Portland Shockwave (W 16-3) at Everette Reign, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [+ 1 of 2 PAT]
    23 yards Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 31-0) Detroit Dark Angels, 6/8/2013 (WFA) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    23 yards “Ally” Thimsen, Pomona Panthers (W 21-14) at Broomfield HS, 8/30/3013 (Colorado) [+ 35-yd. FG•1 of 1 PAT]
    23 yards Olivia Paquette, Clawson HS (W 37-18) Center Line, 9/6/2013 (Michigan)
    23 yards Montana Fry, Zane Trace (L 24-38) Paint Valley HS, 9/27/2013 (Ohio) [+ 3 of 3 PATs•also called 28 yards]
    23 yards Emily Hutchins, Lake Mills (W 24-8) Watertown Luther Prep, 10/18/2013 (Wisconsin)
    23 yards Kiersten Peck, Sun Valley (W 25-22O.T.)  at Weddington HS, 10/25/2013 (North Carolina) [+ 2 of 2 PATs•winning FG in OT]
    23 yards Lynzee Felder, Everett Reign (W 24-8) Utah Blitz, 5/3/2014 (WFA) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]

    22 yards Simona Prochaska, El Cajon Valley HS (San Diego) (W 32-0) Coronas High, 10/27/1989 [also 26 yd. FG same game]
    22 yards Tanya Jovanovic, Springbrook HS (D.C. area) (W 13-12) Paint Branch HS, 11/6/1993 [also 35 yd. FG in game + a PAT]	
    22 yards Andrea Kavouklis, East Hills HS (Tampa) (W 16-14) Tarpen Springs, 8/1996 [FG w/15 sec. left•1 for 2 PATs in 1995 and a game  saving onside kick in playoffs, East Hills W 24-21 Sarasota Riverview, 1995]
    22 yards Amanda Leyland, Karns City (W 10-6) Keystone HS, 9/6/1996 (Pennsylvania)
    22 yards Tonya Fletcher, Cary-Grove HS (W 37-14) Crystal Lake South, 10/2/1998 (Illinois)
    22 yards Sierra Belk, Clay HS (W    ) v. Baker City High, 10/1/1999 (Fla.) [+ 3 PATs in game]
    22 yards Amber Wingerson, Salisbury HS (W 27-13) Albermarle, 8/26/2000 (North Carolina, 1st in County)
    22 yards Julie Harshbarger, Hononegah HS (W 10-6) at Belvidere HS, 9/25/2002 (Illinois) [also PAT, was 17 for 17 PATs on season at this point; 30 of 33 for season.]
    22 yards Tiffany Peterson, Southwestern HS (W    ) v. Eden, 9/27/2002 (n) (Western NY)
    22 yards Katie Schuman, McDowell High (L 10-20) Watauga High, 10/11/2002 (North Carolina)
    22 yards Kim Tebo, Eldorado High (W 17-14) Los Lunas HS, 9/26/2003 (Albuquerque, N.M.) [Crowned Homecoming Queen before game.]
    22 yards Jen Howard, Rex Putnam HS (W 38-20) St. Helens HS, 10/15/2004 (n.) (Oregon) [plus 5 PATs]
    22 yards Jordan Vick, Tivy High Antlers (W 37-7) Lake View, 9/9/2005 (n.) (Texas) [& 4 of 5 PATs]
    22 yards Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 45-0) Durango, 11/4/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [+ 4 of 6 PATs; one source says 32 yd. FG]
    22 yards Tiffany Traemer, Cincinnati Sizzle (L 5-14) at West Michigan Mayhem, 4/22/2006 (NWFA) [at Mayors' Riverfront Park, Kalamazoo]
    22 yards Emily Moran, Kent Roosevelt (Akron) (W 24-16) Bedford HS, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Ohio) [+3 of 3 PATs]
    22 yards Brittany Ryan, Easton High Red Rovers (W 23-0) Whitehall HS, 9/22/2006 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    22 yards Leah Einterz, Zionsville (W 44-20) Fishers, 9/29/2006 (Indiana) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Abby Vestal, Lawrence High (W 31-7) Washburn Rural, 10/13/2006 (n.) (Kansas) at Topeka Class 6A Sub-State Opener
    22 yards Alyssa Howard, Rossville High (W 27-13) Jefferson County North, 10/31/2006 (n.) (Kansas) [also 25 yd. FG] Class 3A Bi-District, Playoffs 1st round>
    22 yards Dallas Butterfield, Antioch HS (L 10-13) Deer Valley HS, 10/26/2007 (California)
    22 yards Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton (Sedalia) (W 38-29) O'Hara HS (Kansas City), 9/19/2008 (Missouri) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    22 yards Dallas Butterfield, Antioch HS (W 33-19) Alhambra HS (Martinez), 10/3/2008 [+ 3 PATs] (California)
    22 yards Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (L 23-31) at Pike High, 10/3/2008 (Indiana)
    22 yards Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 20-13O.T.) Widener College, 10/18/2008 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [+ 30 yd FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion (L 17-27) at D.C. Divas, 6/27/2009 (IWFL Mid-Atlantic Divisional Playoff) [1 of 1 FG•2 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Ariel Stephens, Charlestown HS (W 6-0) at Corydon HS, 9/25/2009 (n.) (West Virginia) [also 25 yd. FG]
    22 yards Emily Krause, Trinity Trojans (W 24-14) Chanel HS, 10/10/2009 (Ohio) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    22 yards Taylor Bomar, Service High (W 30-27) Chugiak HS, 9/3/2010 (n.) (Alaska) [with 5 seconds to go, for win•+ 2 PATs]
    22 yards Celisa Hahn, East HS (L 3-35) West, 9/11/2010 (n.) (Anchorage, Alaska)
  * 22 yards Julie Kurek, St. Ignatius College Prep (W 23-7) at De La Salle, 9/17/2010 at Soldier field (Chicago Catholic League, Illinois) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    22 yards Meghan Magee, Bayside Marlins (W 17-13) at Ocean Lakes (Virginia Beach), 10/22/2010 (Virginia)
    22 yards Carly Moore, Scappoose High (W 45-6) Tillamook High, 10/22/2010 (Oregon) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    22 yards Tiffany Bozeman, Central Florida Anarchy (W 36-14) Savannah Sabers, 4/9/2011 (WFA) [1-1 FG•3 of 5 PATs]
    22 yards Angie Mickel, Atlanta Ravens (W 24-6) Carolina Phoenix, 7/16/2011 (IWFL Eastern Conference Championship at Tara Stadium, Jonesboro, Ga.)
    22 yards Marie Fitzgerald, Fort Atkinson (W 16-9) at Reedsburg HS, 8/19/2011 (Wisconsin) [& 1 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 45-0) at Lincoln HS (Warren), 9/1/2011 (Michigan) [soph•& 6 of 6 PATs]
    22 yards Marie Fitzgerald, Fort Atkinson (W 24-7) at Stoughton HS, 9/2/2011 (Wisconsin)
    22 yards Roya Fashandi, Riverview HS (W 39-12) at Leechburg HS, 9/9/2011 (Pennsylvania) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    22 yards Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (W 23-17O.T.) Urbana HS, 9/9/2011 (ohio) [+kickoffs & 2 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 38-14) Lowellville, 9/9/2011 (Ohio) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    22 yards Morgan Andrews, Milford Spartans (W 24-7) at Pembroke High, 9/10/2011 (New Hampshire) [27 yds.?]
    22 yards Katie Lahera, Grayslake North (W 30-6) at Johnsburg HS, 9/16/2011 (Illinois) [& 28-yd. FG same game]
    22 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Pythons (L 29-39) at Evansville Rage, 4/14/2012 (C.I.F.L.)
    22 yards Angela Larsen, Bay Area Bandits (W 38-0) West Coast Lightning, 6/2/2012 (WFA) [+ 3 of 5 PATs]
    22 yards Jennifer Goethe, Tecumseh Savages (W 16-13O.T.) Noble High, 8/31/2012 (n.) (Oklahoma) [To win in OT•also 1 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Beka Shepherd, Oakridge Eagles (Muskegon) (W 38-7) Montague HS, 9/7/2012 (Michigan) [+ 5 PATs & missed 35-yd. FG]
    22 yards Sarah Friedrich, Laguna Creek (L 3-26) Monterey Trail HS, 10/12/2012 (California)
    22 yards Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 35-0) at Minnesota Machine, 4/20/2013 (WFA) [+ 2 of 5 PATs]
    22 yards Kristina Harris, Las Vegas Showgirlz (W 65-8) Arizona Assassins, 5/11/2013 (WFA) [+ 7 of 7 PATs]
    22 yards Londsay Carroll, Nebraska Stampede (L 3-10) Minnesota Machine, 5/18/2013 (WFA)
    22 yards Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine (W 10-3) Nebraska Stampede, 5/18/2013 (WFA) [+ 1-1 PAT]
    22 yards Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy (L 24-27) Wilcox Academy, 9/13/2013 (Alabama) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    22 yards Montana Fry, Zane Trace (W 61-27) at Southeastern HS, 9/20/2013 (Ohio) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    22 yards Maddie Crew, Northwestern High (L 3-73) Shawnee HS, 9/21/2013 (Ohio)
    22 yards Samantha Dewey, Triton Central (W 31-7) at Speedway HS, 10/19/2013 (Indiana) [1 of 2 FGs•4 of 4 PATs]
    22 yards Alyson Thimsen, Pomona HS (W 31-20) at Arvada West, 10/25/2013 (Colorado) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    22 yards Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 19-14) Capital University, 11/2/2013 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [+ 18 yd. FG & 1 of 2 PATs]
    22 yards Kaylee Neutzling, Kansas City Titans (W 62-0) Minnesota Machine, 5/3/2014 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG•5 of 5 PATs•1 TD]

    21 yards Jenny Grubb, Conant High (L 6-14) at Hersey High, 9/15/1995 (n.) (Illinois) [+ 31 yd. FG in same game]
    21 yards Snow Brenner, High Point Central (W 16-14) at Shelby HS, 12/1/1995 (North Carolina) State 3A semifinal [Successful onside kick & FG w/:21 left]
    21 yards Liz Nemeth, Monroe HS (North Hills) (W 31-21) Grant HS, 10/9/1997 (California) [FG w/1:19 remaining]
    21 yards Katie Hultin, Thomas Jefferson HS (Denver) (L 10-21) at Highland Ranch HS, 8/31/2000 (Colorado) Shea Stadium 4,000
    21 yards Ashley Nevitt, Fairborn HS (Dayton) (W 34-12) Springboro, __/__/2002 (Dayton, Ohio) [also 27 yd. FG, 4 PATs]
    21 yards Jenna Thomason, Sandy Creek HS (L 17-42) Ware County HS (Georgia), 11/22/2002 [1st round, State Playoffs]		
    21 yards Mary-Lynn Hadley, Cardinal Stritch (W 37-0) Youngstown Christian, 10/16/2004 (Toledo, Ohio)
    21 yards Amanda DeLaFosse, Mayde Creek (L 10-20) Katy Taylor HS, 9/29/2006 (n.)(Houston, Texas)
    21 yards Monica “Mo” Weil, Bangor Area HS (L 10-27) at Northern Lehigh, 8/31/2007 (Pennsylvania) [+ PAT]
    21 yards Rachel Moore, Hanover High (W 29-28) Patrick Henry HS, 9/7/2007 (n.) (Richmond, Virginia) [FG w/13 seconds left for win, 2 of 3 PATs]
    21 yards Amanda Dotten, Service HS (W 24-172 O.T.s) at Chugiak HS, 10/6/2007 (Alaska Large-Schools Playoffs Quarterfinal) [1 of 3 FGs, 3 of 3 PATs] 
    21 yards Sandy Thur, Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino) (W 43-13) San Gorgonio HS, 10/12/2007 (n.) (California) [plus 4 of 6 PATs]
    21 yards Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 76-0) Tree Town Spitfire, 5/31/2008 (NWFA) [+ 23 yd. FG]
    21 yards Kinsey Lengerich, South Adams (W 59-21) Bluffton HS, 9/5/2008 (Indiana) [+ 8 of 8 PATs]
    21 yards Elizabeth Mitchum, Pelion Panthers (W 38-18) at Wagener-Salley, 9/11/2009 (South Carolina) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    21 yards Clare Berry, St. Wendelin (L 3-47) Lima Perry, 10/16/2009 (Ohio) [1 of 2 FGs, missed from 33 yards]
    21 yards Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 21-0) at Widener College, 10/31/2009 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [+ 3 of 3 PATs]
    21 yards Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 50-14) at Pioneer HS, 10/8/2010 (n.) (California) [+ 3 of 6 PATs]
    21 yards Ellie Oliver, Shasta High (W 53-20) Enterprise HS, 10/22/2010 (n.) (California) [+ 6 of 6 PATs•River Bowl XVIII, Thompson Field, Redding]
    21 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (L 17-28) Perry Central, 11/5/2010 (n.) (Indiana) [+ 2 of 2 PATs] Sectional Championship Game
    21 yards Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 29-0) at McDonald HS, 8/26/2011 (Ohio) [2 of 3 PATs•1 of 2 FGs]
    21 yards McKinnley Witty, Salida Spartans (L 9-13) at La Junta High, 9/16/2011 (Colorado) [+ 0 of 1 PAT]
    21 yards Becca Keller, Lake Mills (L 10-13) at Luther Prep, 9/23/2011 (Wisconsin) [+ PAT]
    21 yards Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (L 16-36) at Arkansas Wildcats, 5/13/2012 (WFA) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    21 yards Kris Simon, D.C. Divas (L 25-32) Boston Militia, 6/10/2012 (WFA) [+2 of 2 PATs]
    21 yards Allison Crowe, Shenandoah HS (W 41-25) at Southern Wells, 8/24/2012 (Indiana) [+ 2 of 4 PATs]
    21 yards Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill Jihj (L 16-35) Cherokee Trail, 9/28/2012 (Colorado) [+ 1 PAT]
    21 yards Morgan Hagee, Plainfield High (W 31-14) at Franklin Community HS, 9/28/2012 (Indiana) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    21 yards Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 17-142 O.T.s) at Lincoln High. 10/5/2012 (Michigan) [+ 2 of 2 PATs•winning points]
    21 yards Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (W 45-13) at Sam Rayburn HS, 10/19/2012 (Texas) [& 6 of 6 PATs]
    21 yards Brittany Havenner, South Spaulding HS (L 16-20) East Paulding, 10/26/2012 (Georgia) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    21 yards Mefan Mortensen, Franklin-Pierce HS, 2012 season (Tacoma, Washington) [unknown game]
    21 yards Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (W 37-0) New Orleans Mojo, 5/4/2013 [1 of 2 FGs & 3 of 4 PATs]
    21 yards Joy Barry, Austin Outlaws (W 17-8) Houston Power, 4/5/2014 (WFA) [+ 2 of 2 PATs & 1 TD]
    21 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Blitz (W 34-28) at Saginaw Sting, 4/26/2014 (CIFL men's league) [+ 28-yd. FG & 4 PATs]
    
    20 yards Heidi Kaiser, New Smyrna Beach HS (W  47-22) Father Lopez HS (Daytona Beach), 10/1987 (Fla.) (IWFL Women's World Bowl championship) [1st fem. to score in Florida] [also 2 of 3 PATs]
    20 yards Tonya Butler, Riverside HS JV (Georgia), 1995
    20 yards Sarah Mergenthaler, Marlboro HS (New Jersey) (L 3-20) Wall HS, 9/29/1995 [1st female to kick FG in NJ] {2003-sailed around the world in two woman sailboat}
    20 yards Allison Nicolle, Chillicothe-Illinois Valley Central HS v Princeton HS (Illinois), 8/30/1996
    20 yards Tina Brooks, Wauconda HS (W 16-7) Marengo High, 9/4/1998 (n.) (Illinois)
    20 yards Jenny Cox, Kenwood HS to win in O.T. (W 17-14O.T.) Tullahoma HS, 11/5/1999 (Tenn.) [Div. I, Class 4A Playoff Game]
    20 yards Audrey Russell, Chattanooga Locomotion (W 10-8) Alabama Renegade, 3/22/2001 (n.) (exhib.) (NWFL) [winning points; + PAT]
    20 yards Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS (L 6-27) New Trier HS, 8/24/2001 (n.) (Illinois)
    20 yards Ellisa White, Bakersfield HS v. Ridgeview, 11/2003 (California) [18 of 20 PATs for season]
    20 yards Danelle Peirera, Laguna HS (Cal.) (W 24-22) at Woodland HS, 2003 [winning kick w/ 4:06 left]
    20 yards Smush Sermuksnis, Rhode Island Intensity (W 30-14) Bay State Warriors, Pierce Stadium, East Providence, 5/1/2004 (n) (IWFL)
    20 yards Ashley Gunnings, McKinley HS (W 23-22) Northeast HS, 9/10/2004 (New Orleans, La.) [and 2 PATs]
    20 yards Pam Staton, Grant HS (Arlington Hills, Ill.) v. ?, 10//2004  [Also homecoming queen]
    20 yards Elisa Becker, Madison Memorial (W 17-7) Madison West, 9/30/2005 (n.) (Wisc.) Mansfield Stadium 5,100 [2 extra points]
    20 yards Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (L 17-202 O.T.s) Shadow Ridge, 10/14/2005 (n.) (Las Vegas, Nevada) [FG in 2nd OT; + 2 of 2 PATs]
    20 yards Nicole Katz, Harry S. Truman HS (Levittown, Pa.) (L 16-41) Torrey Pines (Cal.), 9/1/2006 (n.) [at Harry S. Morgan Stadium] [also PAT] (Pennsylvania)
    20 yards Michelle Anderson, Archbishop MC O'Neill Titans (W 23-15) Campbell Tartans, 9/6/2006 (RIFL) (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) (High School)
    20 yards Abby Vestal, Lawrence Lions (W 16-3) at Shawnee Mission East, 9/29/2006 (n.) (Kansas) [+ 25 yd. PAT] at Shawnee Mission South District Stadium
    20 yards Gina Ruiz, East Stroudsburg South (W 17-14) at Lehighton High, 10/6/2006 (Pennsylvania) [+ 2 PATs]
    20 yards Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte High (L 16-27) at Linden HS, 10/13/2006 (n.) (California) [opened scoring] (Mother Lode League)
    20 yards Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle (L 6-18) Penn Cambria, 9/28/2007 (Pennsylvania) [+ 24 yd. FG same game]
    20 yards Allie Roderique, Boston Militia (L 24-26) New York Sharks, 5/10/2008 (IWFL) [+ 3 PATs]
    20 yards Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (Sedalia) (W 37-19) St. Pius X (Kansas City), 8/29/2008 (Missouri) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    20 yards Gabi Dugal, Class of 2012 (L-WO.T.) Class of 2009, 10/8/2008 (Garner Magnet HS, North Carolina Powder Puff Game) [OT kickoff, made free kick FGs of 15, 20 & 25 yards, missed from 30 yds., lost on tries]
    20 yards Meagan Proper, Class of 2009 (W-LO.T.) Class of 2012, 10/8/2008 (Garner Magnet HS, North Carolina Powder Puff Game) [OT kickoff, made free kick FGs of 15, 20 & 25 yards on 2nd try, missed from 30 yds., won on tries]
    20 yards Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers (L 9-14) Carolina Phoenix, 5/23/2009 (IWFL) [1 of 1 FG•0 of 1 PAT]
    20 yards Kathryn Hemlock, D.C. Divas (W 48-21) Kansas City Tribe, 7/25/2009 [+ 1 PAT] IWFL World Championship
    20 yards Jen Mermelstein, Camp Hill (L 9-13) Boiling Springs, 10/30/2009 (Pennsylvania)
    20 yards Shelby Walker, Bloomfield Bobcats (W 62-0) at Crownpoint HS, 10/30/2009 (New Mexico) [Two 20 yard FGs & 6 PATs]
    20 yards McKenzie Hallstrom, Lejeune Devilpups (L 22-24) Jones Senior High, 10/15/2010 (North Carolina)
    20 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 52-6) Indianapolis Enforcers, 4/17/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 23-yd & 17-yd FGs & 4 of 5 PATs]
    20 yards Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds (W 31-21) Austin Outlaws, 5/7/2011 (WFA) [+ 2-3 PATs]
    20 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (L 41-48) Cincinnati Commandos, 5/8/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    20 yards Tricia Charbonneau, Chicago Force (W 76-3) at West Michigan Mayhem, 6/11/2011 (WFA) [+ 1-1 PAT]
    20 yards Emily Krause, Trinity High (L 9-28) at Brookfield HS, 8/26/2011 (Ohio) [& 0 of 1 PAT]
    20 yards Caroline Cashion, West Ashley HS (W 10-7) Summerville HS, 9/30/2011 (South Carolina) [broke tie at end of 1st half]
    20 yards Marie Fitzgerald, Fort Atkinson (W 34-0) at Oregon HS, 9/30/2011 (Wisconsin) [& 29-yard FG same game]
    20 yards Cheyenne Bunner, Madison High (L 12-14) at Owen High, 10/7/2011 (North Carolina)
    20 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 77-0) Union HS (Dugger), 10/7/2011 (Indiana) [+ 8 of 11 PATs]
    20 yards Becca Keller, Lake Mills (W 17-14) at Poynette HS, 10/7/2011 (Wisconsin)
    20 yards Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (W 27-6) at United HS, 10/21/2011 (Pennsylvania) [+ 25-yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    20 yards Ali Rogers, Gulf Coast (L 17-20) at Port Charlotte, 10/21/2011 (Florida) [also 2 of 2 PATs]
    20 yards Andrea Nichols, Atlanta Xplosion (L 31-36) Carolina Phoenix, 4/4/2012 (IWFL)
    20 yards Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic (W 37-12) at St. Joseph Academy, 11/2/2012 (Florida) [+ 4 of 4 PATs]
    20 yards Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (W 28-8) at Little Rock Wildcats, 4/27/2013 (WFA) [+ 1 of 1 PAT]
    20 yards Kara Fultz, Indy Crash (L 10-16) at West Michigan Mayhem, 6/1/2013 (WFA) [+ 1-1 PAT]
    20 yards Angela Larsen, Central Cal War Angels (W 65-6) Utah Jynx, 6/22/2013 (WFA) [+ 6 of 8 PATs]
    20 yards Emily Rentschler, Encinal HS (W 13-10) at Aptos HS, 9/6/2013 (n.) (California) [to win with 4sec left•also 30 yd FG & 1 of 1 PAT]
    20 yards Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 30-14) Wilmington College, 9/21/2013 (N.C.A.A.) [+ 3 PATs]
    20 yards Sarah Friedrich, Laguna Creek (L 30-33) Sheldon HS, 9/27/2013 (California) [1-2 FGs + 1 PAT]
    20 yards Maggie Harma, Richland Gull Lake (W 27-13) Battle Creek Central, 10/4/2013 (Michigan) [+ 18 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    20 yards Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 31-28O.T.) Bellport HS, 10/19/2013 (Long Island•N.Y.) [FG in OT to winTying PAT w/ 27 seconds left]
    20 yards Julia Koralewski, Toledo Reign (W 37-0) at Pittsburgh Force, 5/31/2014 (WFA) [& 4 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
    20 yards Sara Stevens, Toledo Reign (W 37-0) Pittsburgh Force, 5/31/2014 (WFA) [+ 4 of 5 PATs•1 TD]

    19 yards Andy Wharton, West Hills HS (W 31-28) Sierra HS, in 1997 (San Diego, Cal.) [winning kick]
     • Angelique Atkins was kicker for Sierra High. A female kicker on each side.
    19 yards Tonya Fletcher, Cary-Grove HS (W 44-7) Lake Zurich, 9/18/1998 (Illinois)
    19 yards Jackie Gielau, Denver HS (W 9-7) Fairbank Wapsie Valley HS (Iowa), 10/17/2003 (n) [w/ 18 seconds left in game]["4th female FG in state"] [20 of 23 PATs by this game, 23 points Iowa female record]
    19 yards Ashlynn Bass, Loganville HS (W 23-7) at Jackson County HS, 10/19/2007 (n.) (Georgia) [also 28 yd FG, 25 yd FG & 2 PATs]
    19 yards Kaila Forster, Libby HS (L 27-48) at Polson HS, 9/25/2009 (Montana) [also 25 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    19 yards Shelby Walker, Bloomfield Bobcats (W 68-7) Tohatchi High, 10/9/2009 (n.) (New Mexico) [+ 37 yd. FG & 8 of 9 PATs]
    19 yards Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 77-0) Woodland Christian, 11/13/2009 (California) [8 of 10 PATs + 19 yd. FG]
    19 yards Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 77-0) at Iowa Crush, 4/3/2010 (IWFL) [+ 5 of 6 PATs]
    19 yards Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion (L 10-27) New York Sharks, 6/5/2010 (IWFL) [1 of 1 FGs•1 of 1 PAT]
    19 yards Marybeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem (L 3-76) Chicago Force, 6/11/2011 (WFA)
    19 yards Brianna Amat, Pinckney Pirates (W 37-21) at Howell High, 9/16/2011 (Michigan) [+ 2 of 3 PATs]
    19 yards Jackie Detlor, Wautoma HS (W 55-6) Adams-Friendship, 9/23/2011 (Wisconsin) [+ 4 of 7 PATs]
    19 yards Amanda Starkenberg, Sweden (L 5-18) Finland, Oct. 1, 2011 (International game) at Tukholma, Sweden
    19 yards Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (W 33-7) at Fort Bend Clements, 8/30/2012 (Texas) [+ 2 of 2 PATs]
    19 yards Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 23-13) Muskingum, 10/6/2012 (NCAA DIII) [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    19 yards Erika DeLuca, Lake Mary Prep (W 38-12) Trinity Christian, 11/16/2012 (n.) (Florida) [1 of 2 FGs (42-yd. miss) + 5 of 5 PATs]
    19 yards Emily Knight, Lincoln Cougars (W 24-6) Braxton County, 8/29/2013 (West Virginia) [& 3 of 3 PATs]
    19 yards Olivia Paquette, Clawson HS (W 38-27) at Mt. Clemens, 10/18/2013 (Michigan) [5 of 5 PATs]

    18 yards Leah Shelton, Valencia HS (W 17-14) Oakland Skyline, 9/28/2004 (California) [Winning kick made with 6 seconds left]
    18 yards Tera Prosser, Yamhill-Carlton HS (W 31-6) at Stayton HS, 9/7/2007 (Oregon)
    18 yards Carolyn Lee, Chicago Force (W 38-20) Wisconsin Warriors, 4/18/2009 (IWFL)
    18 yards Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 17-14) East Palestine, 9/16/2011 (Ohio) [FG to win at gun•+ 2PATs]
    18 yards Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 77-0) Union HS, 10/7/2011 (Indiana) [also called 20yds]
    18 yards Leslie Smith, Tacoma Trauma (T 3-3) Everett Reign, 5/19/2012 (semi-pro independent) [FG made w/5:00 left, for lead] [v. IWFL team. Played flag football to avoid injury. Tacoma canceled season except for this game due to injuries to too many players]
    18 yards Maggie Harma, Richland Gull Lake (W 27-13) Battle Creek Central, 10/4/2013 (Michigan) [+ 20 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
    18 yards Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 19-14) Capital University, 11/2/2013 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [+ 22 yd. FG & 1 of 2 PATs]
    18 yards Jenna Mears, Saugus HS (W 13-0) Mira Costa, 11/22/2013 (California) CIF Southern Section•Northern Division, 2nd round [+ 1 of 1 PAT]

    17 yards Jessica Hanneman, Hinckley High (Aurora), 1997
    17 yards Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 38-14) at Natomas HS, 11/5/2010 (California) [+ 5 of 5 PATs]
    17 yards Tiffany Tomlin, So Cal Scorpions (W 16-0) at San Diego Sting, 4/2/2011 (WFA) [& 1-1 PAT]
    17 yards Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 52-6) Indianapolis Enforcers, 4/17/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [+ 23-yd & 20-yd FGs & 4 of 5 PATs]
    17 yards Tricia Nishikawa, Silver State Legacy (L 15-48) at San Diego Surge, 5/14/2011 (WFA)

    16 yards Andrea Hubbard, Southern California Scorpions (W 23-12) at Los Angeles Amazons, 9/22/2007 (WPFL) [+ PAT]
    16 yards Lisa Gibbons, Central-Cal Crusaders (W 39-0) Bakersfield Bulldogs, 3/22/2008 (CVFL) [men's league]  [2 of 2 FGs, 3 of 4 PATs]

    15 yards Sara Sermuksnis, New England Intensity v. Connecticut Lightning, 6/11/2005 (IWFL) 		
    15 yards Gabi Dugal, Class of 2012 (L-WO.T.) Class of 2009, 10/8/2008 (Garner Magnet HS, North Carolina Powder Puff Game) [OT kickoff, made free kick FGs of 15, 20 & 25 yards, missed from 30 yds., lost on tries]
    15 yards Meagan Proper, Class of 2009 (W-LO.T.) Class of 2012, 10/8/2008 (Garner Magnet HS, North Carolina Powder Puff Game) [OT kickoff, made free kick FGs of 15, 20 & 25 yards on 2nd try, missed from 30 yds., won on tries]
    15 yards Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds (W 16-6) at Lone Star Mustangs, 4/30/2011 [+ 1 of 2 PATs]
    15 yards Rachel Fischer, Keystone Assault (W 27-0) at New England Nightmare, 5/14/2011 (WFA) [also 1 TD pass]
    15 yards Alyssa Foutz, Utah Blitz (L 23-49) Utah Jynx, 4/21/2012 (WFA)

    14 yards Jessalyn Martin, Atlanta Xplosion (W 17-14) Orlando Mayhem, 5/17/2008 (IWFL)

    13 yards Rachel Fischer, Keystone Assault (W 26-8) New England Nightmare, 6/18/2011 (WFA) [2 of 2 FGs•2 TD passes]
				
 1st 6  PATs  Luverne "Toad" Wise, Escambia County HS (Alabama), 1939 [also a complete pass for a PAT] {for year} {also PATs in 1940}
November 24, 1939 newspaper clipping from the La Crosse Tribune and Leader-Press (Wisconsin); a photo titled New Kick In Kicking Goal, showing Luverne Wise, football kicker, in her follow through, right leg perpindicular to the ground, in her cullotted uniform, with holder. It reads: Luverne Wise, 17, pretty, blond and weighing 115 pounds, kicks points after touchdown for the Escambia County High of Atmore, Ala.  She attracts more spectators than any two teams the school has fielded.
     1 PAT   Pat Farrell, Toledo Troopers (W 30-6) v. Buffalo team (WPFL), 1971 ["first PAT kick in WPFL since 1966"]

     • Theresa Dion (5'2") was the place kicker for Mary Immaculate HS in Florida in 1972. No successfull kicks found (1 of 4 by Nov. 4). Also Homecoming Queen.
      
     1 PAT   Theresa Dion, Mary Immaculate HS, 1972 season through 11/4 (Florida)
AP Wirephoto picture of Theresa Dion (#63), Immaculata High football kicker, from The Aiken Standard, Aiken, South Carolina, November 2, 1972. Titled: 'WOW' WHAT A KICKER/The prettiest addition to the Immaculate High School varsity football team is five-foot-two Theresa Dion. Theresa played in one game and missed an extra point try.
To see both the AP and UPI articles on Theresa Dion (including her measurements!) go to the Theresa Dion page!!!:
     2ptPATs Tami Maida, Philomath HS Junior Varsity, 1981 season (Portland, Oregon) [Two 2-pt. PATs passes as QB, TD pass called back due to penalty]

 1st 1 PAT  Beth Bates, Williamsburg HS (W 32-0) Pineville HS, Oct. 1982 (Kentucky) [1st to play in state]
     9 Pts  Beth Bates, Williamsburg HS (Kentucky), 1982 season [6 PATs & 1 FG]

     4 Pts. Beth Bates, Williamsburg HS (Kentucky), 1983 season [1 FG & 1 PAT]

 1st  1 PAT   Monica Hardesty, Pine View Middle School (W 7-0O.T.) Zephyrhills Middle school, 9/17/1985 (Florida)
 1st  1 PAT   Bridgette Farris, Hoover HS (Fresno) (W 9-0) Dinuba HS, 9/20/1985 (California) [1st female to score in football game in state] [5 PATs by 11/21] Bridget?
 1st  1 PAT   Shelly Garner, Gainesville HS Red Elephants (W 21-7) Madison County, 10/25/1985 (Georgia- 1st female to score football point in state] [also punter] Shelly Garner Buffington

     1 PAT   Heather Darrow, Notre Dame HS (L 7-39) East Ridge HS, 8/19/1986 (Chattanooga, Tennessee) [1st female to score in football game in state.]
     8 PATs  Mia Labovitz, San Diego High Junior Varsity, 1986 (Cal.) [8 of 12]

     2 PATs  Mia Labovitz, San Diego HS (L 14-24) Marian HS (Ca.), 9/15/1987
    *9 Pts.  Heidi Kaiser, New Smyrna Beach HS (W 50-6) Daytona Beach Mainland HS, 9/24/1987 (n.)  [1st female to score in Florida•6 of 6 PATs & FG] 
     1 PAT   Kari McCallum, Roosevelt HS (L 7-28) Franklin HS, 11/6/1987 (Seattle, Washington) [sr.]
     1 PAT   Mia Labovitz, San Diego HS (L 13-34) Christian High, 11/7/1987 (California)
 1st  1 PAT   Wendy LeVine, Mountain Home HS (Idaho) (L 7-23) v. Sandpoint, 1987 First Round Class A-1 Div.II playoff game [1st fem. to score in playoff game]

     5 PATs  Kristy Dunham, Crescent City (Metarie), 9/9/1988 (Louisiana) [5 of 7 PATs]
     4 PATs  Amy Cook, Chaminade HS JV (Canoga Park) (W 42-6) Monrovia HS JV, 9/1988 (Cal.)
     1 PAT   Barb Koenig, North Glen HS (W 7-6) Poudre HS, 1988  [1st to score in Colorado football game]
     2 PAT   Stephanie Christel Winston, Hermitage HS JV (W 14-2) John Marshall HS JV, 1988 (Virginia) [In October was 6 for 6 PATs so far]
    32 Pts.  Mia Labovitz, San Diego HS (Cal.), 1987-1988 [16 pts. ea. season]
    26 Pts.  Amy Cook, Chaminade Junior Varsity, 1988 season (California)
    11 PATs  Tamara Browder, Woodward High (Toledo), 1988 season (Ohio) [11 of 15 PATs]

     1 PAT   Leanne Bollinger, Long Branch HS v. Brick Township, 9/16/1989 [scrimmage] [missed 31 yd. FG] [New Jersey]
     2 PATs  Leanne Bollinger, Long Branch HS (W 28-8) Tinton Falls, 9/23/1989 [2-3 PATs; 5'8" 130 lbs.] [New Jersey]
     2 PATs  Leanne Bollinger, Long Branch HS (W 29-2) Monmouth Regional HS, 1989 [1st to score in game in New Jersey]
     1 PAT   Christel Winston, Hermitage HS (Virginia), 1989  [1st fem. football player to score in state]
    21 Pts.  Tamara Browder, Woodward High (Toledo), 1989 season (Ohio) [2 of 3 FGs•15 of 23 FGs•Homecoming Queen]
   *11 Pts.  Rachel Gagliano,  Monroe HS (Cal.), 1989 season [was record for most points in year by woman football player]
     x PATs  Jennifer Boone, Hale High, 1989 season (Seattle, Washington)

     2 PATs  Alisa Hanchett, Santa Fe HS (W 17-7) Pius X High, 9/7/1990 (California) [2 of 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Amy Cook, Chaminade HS (Canoga Park) (L 21-35) Notre Dame HS, 9/28/1990 [5'7"] (California)
     1 PAT   Robin Selbst, Washington High (W 48-6) Olney HS  (Philadelphia Public League, Pa.), 1990 [1st female to play in Philadelphia]
     1 PAT   Amy Cook, Chaminade HS (Canoga Park, Ca.) (L 10-18) St. Bernard HS, 11/2/1990 [crowned Homecoming Queen at half time; 0 of 1 FG]
     1 PAT   Britt Chastain, Dudley HS (Greensboro) (W 29-0) South Rowan HS, 1990  [1st to score in North Carolina]

     1 PAT   Jacqueline Gainer, Valley Stream Central (W 10-0) East Meadow HS, Firemen's Field, 9/28/1991 [1st point scored by female in New York State]
     1 PAT   Susan Price, Valley Stream Central (L 13-22) Baldwin HS, 10/12/1991 (N.Y.)
     1 PAT   Angela Hall, Henry Clay HS (L 7-28) Tates Creek, 10/18/1991 (Lexington, Kentucky)
     2 PATs  Jacqueline Gainer, Valley Stream Central (W 20-7) Oceanside HS, Firemen's Field, 10/26/1991     
    • 11/16/1991 Jacqueline Gainer & Susan Price both score on PATs for VS Central (W 32-0) v Hicksville High, Firemen's Field (N.Y.) [pos. 1st time 2 women score for same team in same game]   
     1 PAT   Camille Blackmore, Lakeside High (W 33-0) Henderson High, 11/8/1991 (Georgia)
    21 PATs  Heather Koren, Palm Beach Lakes, 1991 season (Florida) [21 of 23 PATs]
     8 PATs  Ebony Christy, Seneca Valley High (Germantown, Maryland), 1991 season possibly more [8 PATs]
    • Annette Hunt, Placekick Holder for Seneca Valley HS (Md.), 1991. Held ball for 49 points. (pos.more)

     1 PAT   Kim Jacobs, Roxana High (W 41-12) Triad HS, 9/4/1992 (Illinois)
     3 PATs  Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 21-20) South Forsyth, 9/4/1992 (Georgia) [3 of 3 in 1st game]
     1 PAT   Kim Jacobs, Roxana HS (W 41-12) Triad HS, 9/4/1992 (Illinois) [1 of 1 PAT]
    13 Pts.  Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 37-21) Etowah HS, 9/11/1992 (Georgia) [37 yd. FG•two 28 yd. FGs•4 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (W 48-12) Coosa HS, 9/25/1992 (Georgia) [2 of 2 FGs•6 of 6 PATs]
     1 PAT   Camille Blackmore, Atlanta Lakeside High (W 31-0) Southside HS, Sep. 1992 (Georgia) 
     4 PATs  Betsy Jurgens, Milpitas HS (W 42-0) Irvington, 9/11/1992 (n.) (California) [4 of 5 PATs, incl. 32 yarder]
     1 PAT   Erika Freiburger, Germantown HS (Milwaukee North) (W 37-0) v. Nicolet (Milwaukee), 10/1992 (Wisconsin) [1st fem. to score in the state]
     1 PAT   Sandy Tregarthen, Los Angeles Harbor College (W 24-21) Compton College, 10/24/1992 (California Junior College A.A.)
   *48 Pts.  Angie Mickel, Sequoyah HS (Georgia), 1992 [44 pts.?]
    29 Pts.  Sasha Young, Great Bridge HS (Chesapeake, Va.), 1992 season [20 PATs & 3 FGs•crowned homecoming queen at halftime of 10/9 game (n)]
   *12 Pts.  Michele Diana, Cleveland HS (Cal.), 1992 [was said to be state fem. scoring mark at time; Homecoming Queen] Diana?

     1 PAT   Heather Cerovski, Loy Norrix (Kalamazoo) (L    ) Portage Central, 9/10/1993  [1st fem. score in Michigan; Homecoming Queen] 9/11?
     1 PAT   Sally Phipps, Spanish River HS (Boca Raton, Fla.) (W 24-6) William T. Dwyer HS (Palm Beach Gardens), 9/23/1993 att: 300 [Homecoming Queen]
     7 Pts.  Sara Davis, Tallahassee Rickards HS (W 45-0) Havana High, Sep. 1993 (Florida) [31-yd. FG & 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Leah Bridges, Pensacola Escambia (L 10-34) Panama City Bay, Sep. 1993 (Florida)
     4 PAT   Jami DeProspo, Valley Stream South (W 34-0) Valley Stream North, 10/9/1993 (Long Island, NY) [4 for 4 in 1st attempts] [9 of 12 PATs on season]
     6 PATs  Cheryl Zimmerman, West Potomac HS (D.C.-Va.) (W 42-10) Mt. Vernon, 10/15/1993 (n) [6 of 6]  [also 34 yarder FG in earlier game] [crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime]
     1 PAT   Snow Brenner, High Point Central (L 7-28) Andrews HS (N.C.), 10/22/1993
     1 PAT   Kim Jacobs, Roxana HS (W 41-12) Triad HS, 1993 (Illinois) [1st female to score/play in state]
     1 PAT   Kate Tribble, Flagstaff HS (Arizona), 1993  [1st female football score in Arizona]
   *33 Pts.  Natalie Dorr, Ventura HS (CA), 1993 season [was record at time for woman] (California)
    25 PATs  Kassidi Bishop, Littleton High Lions, 1993 season (Colorado) [25 of 25 PATs•34 yd. FG, maybe more] 
    23 PATs  Shayna Olesiuk, Sonora High, 1993 season (California)

  1st 6 PATs Chrissy Sanford, Newbury Park HS (CA), 9/1994 [1st to get 6 PAT in a game]
     2 PATs  Jodie Polk, Penn-Trafford (L 20-69) North Hills, 9/2/1994 (Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) [2 of 3 PATs•left-footed] Jody?
     5 Pts.  Jennifer Grubb, Conant HS (Illinois) (W 23-13) Hersey HS, 9/9/1994 [31 or 37 yd. FG + 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Megan Latusek, Serra High Junior Varsity, 9/9?/1994 (Pennsylvania)
     6 PATs  Christine Sanford, Newbury PArk HS (W 42-6) San MArcos HS, 9/16/1994 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Megan Latusek, Serra HS (W 17-7) South Allegheny HS, 9/16/1994 (Pennsylvania) [25 yd. FG + 2 PATs] (varsity)
     1 PAT   Jennifer Synnamon, Coconut Creek Cougars (W 30-15) Northeast HS, 9/17/1994 (Florida)
     5 Pts.  Jenny Grubb, Conant HS (Illinois) (W 23-12) Elk Grove, 9/23/1994 (n.) [25 yd. FG + 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Jami DeProspo, Valley Stream South (W 20-0) at Friends Academy, 9/24/1994 (NY)
     1 PAT   Kristy Heron, Fallston HS (Maryland) (L (OT)) v. North Hartford HS, 9/27/1994
     5 PATs  Nicole Frey, Kempsville HS (Virginia Beach) v.  Cox HS, 9/30/1994
     3 PATs  Jenny Grubb, Conant HS (Illinois) (W 21-0) at Prospect HS, 9/30/1994 [missed 47 yd. FG into wind]
     1 PAT   Jodie Polk, Penn-Trafford (W 7-6) at Norwin High, 10/7/1994 (n.) (Pennsylvania)
     3 PATs  Autumn Lodwick, Arcadia HS (W 38-0) South Pasadena HS (Cal.), 10/1994
   1st 1 PAT   Andrea Lund, Kennedy-Waterbury Wagle (L 7-56) at Seymour HS, 11/12/1994 (Connecticut) [1st female to score points in Connecticut]
 1st  3 PATs  Jami DeProspo, Valley Stream South (W 27-18) Malverne HS (N.Y.), 11/19/1994. Conference IV Semi-Finals, at Hofstra. 1st female to play in Long Island Playoff game on first PAT attempt, only miss of year; & 1st to score.
    11 Pts.  Snow Brenner, High Point Central (L 41-44) Forest Hills HS, 11/26/1994 (North Carolina) State Playoff Game
     1 PAT   Jami DeProspo, Valley Stream South (L 13-35) v. Manhasset HS, 11/26/1994 at Hofstra Stadium [1 of 2 PATs] Nassau Conference IV Championship. [1st female to score in Long Island championship.]
     1 PAT   Heather Holbron, Moanalua High, 1994 (Oahu, Hawaii) [1st female to score in Hawaii.]
     1 PAT   Tui Moe, Punahoe High, 1994 (Hawaii) [Was 1st female to suit up in Hawaii. Scored after Holbron.]
    52 Pts.  Snow Brenner, High Point Central HS, 1994 season (North Carolina) [43 of 47 PATs, 3 of 9 FGs]
    33 Pts.  Nicole Straky, Thousand Oaks HS Junior Varsity, 1994 season [33 of 37 PATs incl. 35 yard PAT] (California)
    28 PATs  Katie Tribble, Flagstaff High, 1994 season (Arizona) [28 of 31 at middle of November.]
    27 PATs  Mette Okrant, San Lorenzo Valley HS, 1994 season [27 of 31] (California)
    20 PATs  Jami DeProspo, Valley Stream South, 1994 season [20 of 22, 16 for 16 during regular season.] (New York)
    15 Pts.  Jennifer Grubb, Conant High, 1994 season (Illinois) [2 of 4 FGs•9 of 10 PATs + kickoffs]
     7 PATs  Joy Barry, Thousand oaks High, 1994 season (California) [7 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Sarah Houska, Mehlville High, 1994 season (Missouri)
     2 PATs  Andrea Lund, Kennedy-Waterbury HS, 1994 season (Connecticut) [2 of 3]
     1 PAT   Tonia Faulkner, Summerfield HS, 1994 season (Michigan)

     1 PAT   Jennifer Synnamon, Coconut Creek HS (W 26-0) South Plantation HS, 8/29/1995 (Florida)
     1 PAT   Mandy Wright, Wausau East v. Marshfield HS, 1995 season (Wisconsin)
     3 PATs  Ali Nicole, Illinois Valley Central HS (W 33-18) Canton, 9/14/1995 (Illinois)
     2 FGs   Jennifer Grubb, Conant HS (Illinois) (L 6-14) at Hersey High, 9/15/1995 [31 yds. & 21 yds.]
     1 PAT   Dawna Smith, Mt. Pleasant HS (Wilmington, Delaware) (L 13-22) v Smyrna, 9/16/1995 [1st fem. to play, score in state]
     1 PAT   Sarah Mergenthaler, Marlboro HS (L 9-20) v. Middletown North, 9/23/1995 (N.J.) [First score by female football player in NJ]
     1 PAT   Sarah Robinson, Floyd County HS JV, 1995 (Roanoke, Va.)[point nullified by penalty] [Was also on varsity this year, no results found.]
     3 PATs  Ali Nicolle, Illinois Valley Central HS (Chillicothe) (W 33-18) v. Canton HS, 9/1995 (in 5 attempts)
     1 PAT   Jamie Woods, Sandias HS (New Mexico), 9/1995  [1st female to score in state]
     1 TD    Lorenza Coronado, Jordan HS v. St. Bernard, 9/29/1995 (California) [pass reception TD]
     1 PAT   Sarah Houska, Mehlville HS (Missouri) (W 49-14) v. Sikeston HS, 11/1995 [her 6th PAT of season]
     2 PATs  Jillian Beach, Brentwood HS (W 41-20) v Ward Melville, 10/6/1995 [1st fem. to score in Suffolk Cty., NY game] (5 of 6 PAT 1995) {Junior Miss New York winner 1993}
     1 PAT   Snow Brenner, High Point Central HS v. Bertie HS (North Carolina), 1995  [3A Championship game; 1st female to play in state championship football game]	
     1 PAT   Katie Hodge, Warwick HS (W 19-18) v. Lafayette HS (Va.), 1995 [winning point]
     1 PAT   Leila Wormuth, Wyoming HS (W-L) v. Madeira, 1995 (Cinn., Oh.) [placekicker for reserves 1994]
    34 PATs  Ashley Pugh, T.W. Andrews HS JV, 1995 season (High Point, N.C.) [34 of 39]
    10 PATs  Nicole Straky, Thousand Oaks High, 1995 season [10 of 12 PATs] (California)
     7 PATs  Liz Dolan, Zama American HS Trojans, 1995 season (DoDDS Pacific, Tokyo, Japan)  [7 of 7 PATs] {Department of Defense high school} 
     6 FGs   Jenny Grubb, Conant HS, 1995 season (Illinois) [6 of 8 FGs]
     x PATs  Lisa Kowal, Punahou High, 1995 season (Hawaii)

     1 PAT   Erica Fjarlie, Nathan Hale HS (Seattle) (W 27-23) Chief Stealth HS, 9/1996 (Washington) [1 of 2]
     4 PATs  Anna Lakovitch, Pine Crest HS v. Hialeah HS, Sep. 1996 (Florida)
     1 PAT   Jennifer Synnamon, Coconut Creek HS (W 27-0) at Cardinal Gibbons, 9/6/1996 (Florida)
     4 PATs  Danielle Aldrich, Boca Ciega HS (W 39-0) Gibbs HS, 9/27/1996 [teamate- kicker Sara Hanson] [also 2 kickoffs] (Florida)
     • Boca Ciega 1st team in state with two female kickers on roster, Sara Hanson and Danielle Aldrich. Hanson probably scored in above game. 
     2 PATs  Amanda Leyland, Karns City (W 40-6) Shannock Valley, 9/27/1996 (Pennsylvania)
     5 PATs  Nicole Straky, Thousand Oaks HS (W 49-8) Royal High, 10/11/1996 (n.) [4th year•10 of 13 PATs after game] (California)
     2 PATs  Sara Andolsek, Thomas Jefferson HS (Denver) (W 89-0) Abraham Lincoln HS, 1996 (Colorado)
     4 PATs  Jillian Beach, Brentwood HS (W 28-22) Lindenhurst HS, Nov. 1996 [4 of 4] (Suffolk Cty.,NY)
    12 PATs  Tonia Faulkner, Summerfield High, 1996 season (Michigan) [sr.•possibly 14? 1995?]

     1 PAT   Jessica Hanneman, Hinckley High (Aurora, Colorado), 8/1997 
     2 PATs  Rachel Bruesewitz, York High (W 41-12) Proviso East, 9/5/1997 (Illinois)
     1 PAT   Joy Barry, Ventura College (L 17-48) West Los Angeles, 9/13/1997 (California Junior College A.A.)
     2 PATs  Anna Lakovitch, Pine Crest HS (W 20-16) American Heritage HS, 9/15/1997 (Florida)
     8 PATs  Ashley Martin, East Coweta HS (St. Louis, Mo.) v. McIntosh HS, 9/19/1997 [8 for 8; in her first game]
     2 PATs  Rachel Bruesewitz, York High (W 14-0) at Downers Grove North, 9/26/1997 (Illinois)
     1 PAT   Leigh Brazeau, Winfield HS (W.Va.), 9/1997 [1st fem. to score in West Va.] [crowned homecoming queen at different game.]
 1st  2 PATs  Liz Heaston, Willamette Univ. (W 27-0) Linfield Col. [NAIA], 10/18/1997 [1st female to score (& play) in college game]	
     1 PAT   Michelle Hypolite, Bloomfield High (W 47-7) Hall-West Hartford HS, 10/9/1997 (Connecticut)
     1 PAT   Anna Lakovitch, Pine Crest HS (W 27-17) Westminster Academy, 11/15/1997 (Florida) [maybe more•crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime]
     1 PAT   Jessica Wagner, Middleton High (Wisc.) (W 7-6) v. Belvidere (Ill.), 1997 [winning kick at end of game]
    25 Pts.  Liz Nemeth, Monroe HS (North Hills, California), by 11/6/1997 [22 of 27 PATs, 1 of 2 FGs] {Uncle: Fran Herrara, ex-NFL kicker}
    26 Pts.  Andy Wharton, West Hills HS (San Diego, Cal.), 1997 season 
    23 Pts.  Jessica Kisor, Kalaheo High, 1997 regular season (Oahu, Hawaii) [16 of 18 PATs, 2 FGs]
    14 PATs  Rachel Bruesewitz, York High, 1997 regular season (Illinois) [14 of 16 PATs]
¤•¤ 11 Pts.  Lynsey Bennett, Glebe Collegiate Institute, Ottawa, Ontario, 1997 season (3 FGs & 2 PATs) (Canada) Crowned Miss Canada International 8/24/2002. Left Miss World Pageant in Nigeria in protest over bloody protests there. Came in 20th in relocated pageant in London. Dethroned of her crown by Canadian authorities 1/22/2003. See full story here.]
     4 Pts.  Haley Henry, Swartz Creek HS, 1997 [in season] (Mich.)
     5 PATs  Michelle Hypolite, Bloomfield High, 1994-97 (season & career)

     3 PATs  Lindsey Quadros, Xenia High (W 43-15) Belmont High, 9/5/1998 (Ohio)
     1 TD    Jessica Schultz, Jellico HS v. Williamsburg HS (Kentucky), 9/11/1998 (Tennessee) [4 yd. run]
     1 PAT   Cindy Wright, Westbury HS (Houston, Tx.) (W 28-8) Jones HS, 9/12/1998 [1st fem. to score in Texas football•Homecoming Queen on 10/31]
     2 PATs  Madeline Hill, Goodrich HS Martians (W 20-17) at Perry Ramblers, 10/2/1998 (Michigan) [2 of 3 PATs] 
     7 PATs  Tina Brooks, Wauconda High (W 51-0) Chicago Orr, 10/3/1998 (Illinois) [7 of 7 PATs]
     1 PAT   Krostin Mills, Caravel Academy (L 7-14) at Interboro HS (Penn.), 10/8/1998 (Delaware) [also Homecoming Queen]
     6 PATs  Katy Hnida, Chatfield HS (W 42-15) v. Standley Lake HS (Colorado), 10/9/1998 [6 PATs in 6 attempts; crowned homecoming queen at halftime]
     2 PATs  Connie Howard, Westinghouse HS (W 32-24) Peabody HS, 10/9/1998 (Pittsburgh, Pa.) [2 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Tonya Fletcher, Cary-Grove HS (W 14-12) Prairie Ridge, 10/10/1998 (Illinois) {Crowned Homecoming Queen}
     1 PAT   Tina Brooks, Wauconda HS v. Morris HS (Illinois) (ISHA playoff game 1st round), 1998 [1st females to score in IHSA post-season; see next entry]
     1 PAT   Tonya Fletcher, Cary-Grove HS v. East St. Louis (Illinois) (ISHA playoff game), 1998 [1st females to score in IHSA post-season; see above entry]
    36 Pts.  Katy Hnida, Chatfield HS, 1998 (Littleton, Colorado) [27 of 28 PATs, 3 of 3 FGs]
    25 PATs  Madeline Hill, Goodrich High, 1998 season (Michigan) [# of PATs may be off, info from A.D.; Homecoming Queen]
    17 Pts.  Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville High Freshmen, 1998 season (Illinois) [14 PATs•1 FG]
     9 FGs   Snow Brenner, High Point Central High, 1998 season (North Carolina) [9 of 10 FGs on season]
    16 PATs  Joy Barry, California Dolphins, 1998 season (Southwest Football League (SWFL)- men's semi-pro league) [16 of 18 PATs before season over, the rest unfound]
	* 85 Pts.  Tonya Butler, Riverdale High, 1998 season (Georgia) [64 of 65 PATs•7 of 12 FGs, 39 yds. long.]

     2 PATs  Annie Greenspun, Haverford HS (W 14-0) Upper Dublin, 9/3/1999 (Pennsylvania) [2 of 2]
     1 TD    Breann Smith, Ann Arbor Pioneer HS v. Traverse City Central, 9/17/1999 (Michigan) [junior]
     5 PATs  Kati Jo Spisak, Parkway South HS (St. Louis, Mo.) (W 38-6) v. Parkway North, 11/5/1999 [+ 25 yd. FG; prob. first fem. to score in state in earlier game in 1999]
     1 PAT   Samantha Smith, Bethlehem Catholic (L 14-26) Central Bucks West, 12/4/1999 PIAA Class AAAA Semifinal at Lehigh University [maybe 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Kaitlin Hinterman, Davison HS, 1999 [for season] (Mich.)
     3 PATs  Katrina Sorenson, Atlantic HS JV, 1999 season (W. Palm Beach, Fla.) [••Straight-on style place-kicker!]
    53 Pts.  Jenny Cox, Kenwood HS (Tennessee), 1999 season [32 of 36 PATs, 7 of 11 FGs]
     x PATs  Kristin Marcuccilli, Marion Giants, 1999 season (Indiana) [unknown amount.]

     1 PAT   Amanda Foster, Ridgeview HS (Jacksonville) (W    ) v. Bishop Kenny, 8/25/2000 (Florida)
     1 PAT   Cecilia “Ceci” Clark, Berkeley HS (L 7-20) v Foothill HS (Pleasanton), 9/8/2000 (Cal.)  [JV kicker 1999] {Subject of Porter Gale documentary "The Kicker"}
     1 PAT   Ashley Knepper, Belleville HS East (St. Louis, Mo.), 9/8/2000
     2 PATs  Amanda Gibson, Vinemont HS, 9/9/2000 (Alabama)
     1 PAT   Jackie Ohmes, Fort Zumwalt South HS v. St. Charles West, 9/15/2000 (St. Louis, Missouri)
   Illinois 1st: A female kicker on each side, 9/15/2000. Clare Goldenberg of Oak Park HS (7 of 8 PATs on season before game) v. Downers Grove North with Megan Gray (14 PATs so far.)
     2 PATs  Lori Niemeyer, Oak Ridge HS Junior Varsity (W 42-7) v. Sevier County HS, 9/2000 (n) (Tennessee)
     3 PATs  Katrina Sorensen, Atlantic HS (W 47-0) Lake Worth, 9/21/2000 (n.) (West Palm Beach, Fla.) Straight-on style kicker!
     1 PAT   Katie Jo Spisak, Parkway South HS (St. Louis, Mo.) (W 13-0) Jefferson City Jayhawks, 9/21/2000 (Missouri) [1 of 2 PATs, missed 27 yd FG]
     2 PATs  Katrina Sorenson, Atlantic HS (W 14-13) Palm Beach Lakes HS, 9/28/2000 (n) Straight-on style kicker! [winning point broke tie]
     7 Pts.  Annie Greenspun, Haverford HS (W 39-7) Springfield HS, 10/6/2000 (Pennsylvania) [5'2"•25 yd. FG + 4 of 4 PATs]
     5 PATs  Amber Wingerson, Salisbury HS (N.C.) (W 62-8) North Stanly HS, 10/14/2000 [of 6]
     8 PATs  Afton Kitt, Grossmont HS (W 58-6) El Cajon Valley, 10/27/2000 (San Diego, Cal.)
    70 PATs  Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville High, 2000 season (Illinois)
    62 Pts.  Erin Moore, Arp HS Tigers, 2000 season (Texas)
    37 PATs  Kristin Marcuccilli, Marion HS (Grant City, Ind.), in 2000 season
    29 Pts.  Afton Kitt, Grossmont H.S. (San Diego, Cal.), 2000 [20 of 25 PAT, 3 EGs]
    18 PATs  Lisa Schweppe, St. Charles West HS (St. Louis, Mo.), in 2000 season & 3 FGs
     • 9/15/2000 Jackie Ohmes, Ft. Zumwalt S. & Lisa Schweppe, St. Charles W. score on PATs in same game. [pos. a 1st]
    14 PATs  Erica Vinson, Arlington High (La Grangeville), 2000 season (New York) (Poughkeepsie area) [soph; also kicked 2003 & 04]
     2 PATs  Ashley Daly, Wolfson HS (Jacksonville, Fla.), 2000 
     ? PATs  Brittney Curfman, Hamilton Heights High, 1999-2000 pos. only 1999 (Indiana) [career] [also ? FGs] [also Homecoming Queen]

 1st  3 PATs  Ashley Martin, Jacksonville State (W 72-10) v. Cumberland (H), 8/31/2001 11,312 (Div. IAA) [*1st female to score in Div. I]
     3 PATs  Megan Gasparin, Seneca Valley HS (W 36-15) Penn-Trafford, 8/31/2001 (Pa.)
     1 PAT   Ashley Aber, Seventy-First HS (L 7-43) South View HS, 8/31/2001 (North Carolina)
     5 PATs  Rachel Campbell, Graham High (Ohio) v. Clark County HS, 9/2001
     1 PAT   Melissa Alonzo, Notre Dame HS (Tx.), 2001 game
     2 PATs  Amanda Newsome, Pasco High (Tampa, Fla.) (W 59-13) Mitchel, 9/2001 (n)
     8 Pts.  Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS (W 40-20) at Mundelein HS, 9/21/2001 (n) (Ill.) [23 yd FG + 5 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Amanda Newsome, Pasco High (Tampa, Fla.) (W 14-12) Gulf HS, 9/28/2001
     1 PAT   Alicia Kimmel, Madison Consolidated (Indiana) (W 26-25) Charlestown Pirates, at Dutch Reis Field 2001 (n) [for win w/ 31 seconds left; after blocked kick nullified by penalty] 
     1 PAT   Dionne Jones, Nazareth HS (W 28-7) v Freedom HS, 2001 (Penn.)
     8 PATs  Kristen Kuceyeszki, Libertyville (W 56-22) Lake Forest, 10/13/2001 (Illinois) [8 of 8 PATs]
    •6 PATs  Meggie Godish, W. Springfield High (D.C. area) (W 42-26) West Potomac HS, 10/19/2001 (n) [in 6 attempts] {see next entry}
    •2 PATs  Beth Hansen, West Potomac HS (D.C. area) (L 25-42) West Springfield HS, 10/19/2001 (n) [in 2 tries] Same game as Godish above
     2 PATs  Victoria Rubin, East Rockaway HS (L 14-20) at Locust Valley HS, 10/20/2001 (Nassau County, NY)
     2 PATs  Victoria Rubin, East Rockaway HS (W 34-7) North Shore HS, 10/27/2001 (Nassau County, N.Y.)
     1 PAT   Erin Moore, Arp Tigers (W 7-0) Alto Yellowjackets, 11/9/2001 (n.) (Texas) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Ashley Schwellenbach, North Monterey County HS v. Monterey HS, 2001 [also scored for JV team same season]
    15 PATs  Alicia Kimmel, Madison High, 2001 season [15 of 20]
    20 PATs  Rachel Campbell, Graham HS (St. Paris, Oh.), 2001 season
    29 PATs  Jenna Meerdink, Lincoln High (Stockton), 2001 (California) [Before playoffs•her sister Emily Meerdink would kick for Lincoln in 2009]
    70 PATs  Kristen Kuceyeski, Libertyville HS, 2000-2001 (Ill.)

     3 PATs  Liz Eldred, Northwestern HS (Maple, Wisc.) (W 21-20) Ashland HS, 8/30/2002 (n) [last PAT w/ 33 seconds left for win]
     6 PATs  Tiffany Peterson, Southwestern HS (Western NY), 2002 [1st game played]
     1 PAT   Katlyn AndyJohn, Geibel High v. West Greene HS, 9/1/2002 (Pennsylvania)
     1 PAT   Mary Montague, Corcoran HS (W 25-19) Fayetteeville-Manlius HS, 9/5/2002 (Syracuse, NY) [1st female to score in Syracuse (Section III) area]
     1 PAT   Brandi Head, Vicksburg HS (W 32-14) Brookhaven HS, 9/6/2002 [1st fem. to score in Mississippi]
     2 PATs  Lauren Robinette, Northside HS (Roanoke) (W 42-7) v. Lord Botetourt HS, 9/2002 (Virginia)
     5 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Hononegah HS (W 35-12) Harlem HS, 9/2002 (H) (Rockford, Ill.)
     2 PATs  Mary Montague, Corcoran HS (L 14-21) St. Joe's, 9/21/2002 (Syracuse, NY)
     1 PAT   Lori Niemeyer, Oak Ridge HS (W 42-7) Sevier County HS (Tenn.), 9/27/2002 (n)
     5 PATs  Amanda Newsome, Pasco HS (W 41-7) Gulf HS, 9/27/2002 (Florida)
     6 PATs  Mary Montague, Rome Free Academy (NY) (W 42-0) v. Corcoran HS, 10/4/2002
    10 Pts.  Ashley Nevitt, Fairborn HS (W 34-12) Springboro HS (Dayton, Oh.), //2002 [4 PATs, and two FG, 27 & 21 yds.]
     5 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Hononegah HS (W 35-342 O.T.s) Boylan HS (Rockford, Ill.), 10/25/2002 (n) [last PAT won game] [also played 2003]
     3 PATs  Kristin Rosenblum, Alameda HS (W 21-6) Encinla HS, 11/15/2002 (n) (California)
     1 PAT   Mary Montague, Rome Free Academy (NY) (W 13-10) Baldwinsville HS, 11/10/2002 Carrier Dome, Syracuse Section III Championships [1st fem.] 
     5 PATs  Tonya Butler, Middle Georgia College (W 35-7) Lackawanna JC, 12/7/2002 (NJCAA) Golden Isles Bowl Classic, Glynn County Stadium, Brunswick, Georgia [Junior College; incl. 35 yard PAT]
     6 PATs  Tiffany Peterson, Southwestern HS (W 49-14) Fredonia HS (NY), 2002 season
     8 PATs  Leah Shelton, Valenicia High (W-L) v. Chaminade, 2002? [Also Kick-offs to inside the 5]
    45 Pts.  Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High (Cal.), 2002 season (plus a tackle on a kickoff; 4 FGs, 33 PATs) 
    35 Pts.  Liz Nehme, Smithfield High, 2002 season (Virginia)
    33 Pts.  Julie Harshbarger, Hononegah HS (Illinois), 2002 season [30 of 33 PATs and 22 yard FG (see above). Named All-Area.] 
     1 PAT   Molly Sersig, Northwestern High, 2002 (Ohio)
     x PATs  Jessica Salvi, Jackson Hole High (Wyoming), 2002 season [Jr.; 1st female to score in Wyoming football game; prob. as jr.]

 1st  2 PATs  Mary Nystrom, Minnesota Federals (GPFL North) (W 35-30) v. Alexandria Mustangs, 6/7/2003 (Great Plains Football League- a men's league) 1st game of season. [NFL Kicker Dan Nystrom's sister; Mary denied tryout at U. of Minnesota]
   * 9 PATs  Laurie Ansorge, Northern Ice (Minn.) (W 69-9) Dayton Rebellion (n.) (WPFA) *in 9 attempts, 8/9/2003
     2 PATs  Sarah Schroeter, Stockbridge HS (Georgia) v. Mundy's Mill HS (scrimmage), 8/2003
     1 PAT   Niki Reed, Fairfield HS (Cinn., Ohio) (L 15-31) at Centerville, 8/22/2003
     5 PATs  Mallory Chapman, West Ottawa (Holland) HS (W 35-0) v. Grand Rapids Union, 8/29/2003 (Mich.) 1st *One of two sister kickers, when Taylor kicked in 2003, see 27 yards, 8/26/2004 above.
     3 PATs  Melisa Entinger, Holy Trinity HS of Winsted (Minn.) (W 27-6) v. Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton HS, 8/29/2003
 1st  2 PATs  Kate Hnida, U. of New Mexico (W 72-8) v Texas State-San Marcos [Div. 1A), 8/30/2003 [1st female to score in Div. IA] (also suited up for Colorado, 1999]
     2 PATs  Nicole Miller, Chuckey-Doak HS at Claiborne County HS, Aug. 2003 (Tennessee) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Brianna Akins, Apollo-Ridge HS (W 21-20) v. Ellwood City, 9/5/2003 (n.) (Pittsburgh, Pa.) [winning point kicked woth 3 seconds left in game.]
     1 PAT   Anna Stone, Lee's Summit HS (W 42-24) v William Chrisman HS (Missouri), 9/5/2003 [said to be 1st female football score in state, but see above for earlier examples]
     2 PATs  Niki Reed, Fairfield HS (Cinn., Ohio) (W 20-17) v. Sycamore HS, 9/6/2003 (n)
     3 PATs  Leisha Elsmore, Mechanichville HS (L    ) v. Warwick HS, 9/15/2003 (Virginia)
     1 TD    Monica Holman, Zama American HS Trojans (W 53-0) Robert D. Esgren HS, 9/20/2003 (DoDDS Pacific, Tokyo, Japan) [rushing TD + 2 PATs]
     8 Pts   Monica Holman, Zama American HS Trojans (W 53-0) Robert D. Esgren HS, 9/20/2003 (DoDDS Pacific, Tokyo, Japan) [1 TD & 2 PATs]
     7 PATs  Mallory Chapman, Holland West Ottawa HS (W 55-26) v. Mona Shores HS, 9/26/2003 (Mich.) [in 8 attempts; Mal had 43 of 51 total at end of season.]
      •Kicking sisters!: Taylor Chapman, Mallory's sister kicked a 27 yard field goal 8/26/2004)
     5 Pts.  Kim Tebo, Eldorado HS (H) (W 17-14) v. Los Lunas HS, 9/26/2003 (n.) (Albuquerque, NM) [22 yd. FG and 2 PATs][Homecoming Queen at halftime]
     4 PATs  Brina Jope, Rio Americano HS (W 47-6) v. Mira Loma, 9/26/2003 (Sacramento, Cal.)
    •1 PAT   Lindsay Skinner, Mona Shores HS (L 26-55) v. Holland West Ottawa HS, 9/26/2003 (Mich.) [in 3 attempts; a female kicker scoring for both sides may be first in state.]
     1 PAT   Sara Schroeter, Stockbridge High (L-W) at Northside HS, 9/27/2003 (n.) (Georgia)
     1 PAT   Mari Ann Reynolds, Samnorwood HS (W 38-12) v. Groom HS, 10/2003 (Texas) {6-man football} [1st fem. to score in state]
     4 PATs  Casey Amato, Harrisonburg HS (W 48-45 3OTs) v. Fort Defiance HS, 10/2003 (Va.) [in 4 attempts. years later said to be 7 PATs]
     5 PATs  Emily Allegrotti, Encinal HS (W 53-22) v. Richmond HS, 10/10/2003 (Ca.)
     3 PATs  Sara Southard, Fort Defiance HS (W 48-0) v. R.E. Lee HS, 10/10/2003 (Va.)  [2nd yr.]
     3 PATs  Marissa Cobb, Shawnee HS (Ohio) (W 33-0) v. ?, 10/10/2003 [in 4 attempts] [Katie Flarida is 2nd kicker on team]
     1 PAT   Sarah Grabert, Boardman HS (Ohio) (L 28-49) v. Hoover HS (N. Canton), 10/11/2003 (Ohio)
     1 TD    Ashley McJenna, Ledyard High (W 40-0) Bacon Academy, 10/11/2003 (Connecticut) [5 yd. TD reception•1st female scoring a TD in state]
     2 PATs  Ashley Ginn, Conner HS Freshmen(W 22-20) v. Simon Kenton Frosh, 10/16/2003 (Kentucky)
     1 PAT   Melisa Entinger, Holy Trinity Prep (W 53-28) at Laporte HS (Minn.), 10/21/2003
     1 PAT   Malorie Rutledge, East Coweta HS (W 19-0) v. Carver HS, Kinnett Stadium, Columbus (Georgia) 10/23/2003 (n)
     5 PATs  Jennifer Cadet, Hercules	HS (Cal.) (W 41-14) v. Richmond HS, 10/4/2003	
     7 PATs  Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (Riverside, Cal.) (W 52-12) v. Norte Vista HS, 10/17/2003 (7 of 7, plus 36 yard FG) 
     2 PATs  Jessica Zomcik, Cambridge Springs v. Conneaut Lake, 11/6/2003 (Pennsylvania) [lineman]
     3 PATs  Kristin Rosenblum, Alameda HS (W 21-20) v. Berkeley HS, 11/7/2003 (n) (California) [11 PATs on yr. thru 11/13]
     1 PAT   Brandi Head, Vicksburg HS (L 54-55 2OTs) v. Horn Lake HS (Mississippi), 11/8/2003 (9 of 10 PATs on year) [*1st round 5A playoffs]
     5 PATs  Laurie Ansorge, Northern Ice (W 53-12) v. Florida Stingrays. 11/8/2003 at Kenosha, Wisc (n.) [5 of 8] (Championship game WPFL) [Had tryout with Green Bay Blizzard, Arena FL2, 2003]
     1 TD    Kiashira Ruiz, Gustine High, 2003 (California) [4 yard run]
     1 PAT   Meg Simril, Ridge View HS JV v. Spring Valley, 2003 (S.C.)
    65 pts.  Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High, 2003 (7 FG, 44 PATs) (California) (110 pts in 2 years, 11 FGs)
   110 pts.  Jackie Kecskes, Granada Hills High, 2002-03 [11 FGs, 99 PATs in 2 seasons]
   *50 pts.  Tonya Butler, West Alabama College, 2003 (7 of 9 FGs, 29 of 30 PATs) (NCAA Division II)
    42 pts.  Katie Schuman, McDowell High Titans, 2002-03 (in 2 seasons: 36 of 42 PATs•2 of 3 FGs 23-yd. long) (North Carolina)
    35 pts.  Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (Riverside, Cal.), 2003 [3 of 5 FG, 26 of 27 PATs][In soccer, led the Inland Empire with 37 goals same season]
    34 pts.  Taylor Valadez, Permenter Junior High 7th Grade “A” team, 2003 (Texas)
    15 pts.  Kim Tebo, Eldorado HS (Albuquerque, NM), 2003  [11 PATS and 25 yard FG]
    14 PATs  Lindsey Skinner, Mona Shores HS, 2003 season (Michigan) [14 of 16 PATs]
    • The Alameda-Contra Costa Athletic Lg. in 2003 had 4 teams with girl kickers: Jennifer Cadet (Hercules), Kristen Rosenblum (Alameda), Emily Allegrotti (Encinal) & Robyn Myers (El Cerrito). 

     6 PATs  Emily Morgan, Pensacola Power (W 56-0) Shoals Smashers, 4/3/2004 (NWFA) [13 Pts.; 6 of 7 PATs, 1 rushing TD, 0 of 1 FG]
     2 PATs  Jenny Graf, New York Sharks (W 20-0) v. Montreal Blitz, 4/24/2004 (IWFL)
     1 PAT   Erin Taylor, Columbus Comets (W 19-2) at Cleveland Fusion, 4/24/2004 (NWFA) at Browns Stadium [also passed for 2 point conversion; missed 2 FG attempts wide due to narrower NFL goal posts; usually they play w/HS goal posts.]
     8 PATs  Janelle Okamoto, Sacramento Sirens (W 68-0) San Diego SeaCatz, 5/1/2004 (IWFL)
     8 PATs  J.J. Jaffe, Chicago Force (W 65-0) at Detroit Predators, 5/15/2004 (IWFL)  [8 of 9 and 27 yd FG, see above]
     3 PATs  Kim Crow, Tacoma Majestics (W 27-6) at Boise Xtreme, (IWFL) 5/15/2004
     5 PATs  Kim Crow, Tacoma Majestics (W 49-0) v. Eugene Edge, 5/22/2004 (IWFL) [5 of 7, and 2 tackles, and 1 interception.]
     3 PATs  Nikki Gwinnett, New York Sharks (W 41-16) v. Rhode Island Intensity, 6/5/2004 (IWFL)[3 of 4]
     1 Rouge Maureen Black, Simond Seagals (W 25-8) v. Capital Area Lady Gladiators, 8/8/2004 (NBWFL)(New Brunswick Championship Game) [Rouge (“single”) on missed FG; also had 2 PATs)
     2convertMaureen Black, Simond Seagals (W 25-8) v. Capital Area Lady Gladiators, 8/8/2004 (NBWFL New Brunswick Championship) [converts worth 2 pts.]
     3 PATs  Katie “Icebox” Bemis, Andress HS (W 49-7) v. Hanks HS, 8/27/2004 [3 of 5] (El Paso, Texas) [1st in El Paso]
     7 PATs  Emily Shelton, Coffee County HS (W 49-21) v. Siegel HS (Murfreesboro) (Tenn.) [7 of 7] 8/2004
     7 PATs  Lindsey Doty, Coral Springs HS (49-6) v. Sheridan Hills, 9/2004
     5 PATs  Caroline Coleman, H.E. McCracken Middle School (8th Grade) (W 34-0) Hilton Head Christian Academy J.V., 9//2004 (S.C.)
     1 PAT   Maure McCammon, Corona del Sol HS (W 41-19) at Dobson HS, 9/3/2004 (Arizona)
     5 PATs  Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (Flint) HS (W 35-13) Flushing HS (Michigan) 9/3/2004 (n) [5 of 5] [also kicked 2001-2002 Lightweight team; 2003 Freshmen team]
     5 PATs  Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth HS (W 41-12) Kearsley HS (H), 9/10/2004 (Michigan)
     4 PATs  Jen Howard, Putnam HS (W 28-14) Ashland HS, 9/10/2004 (Oregon)
 1st  2 PATs  Brittany Bobholz, Brown Deer 6th Grade (W 22-6) Muskego Junior Warriors, 9/11/2004 [1st female to score in Brown Deer Boy's Youth Football, Milwaukee, Wisc. PAT kicks worth 2 points in this program.]
    •1 TD    Brittany Bobholz, Brown Deer 6th Grade (W 22-6) Muskego Junior Warriors, 9/11/2004 [21 yard interception return for TD in 4th qtr., same game as above]
     4 PATs  Jen Howard, Putnam HS (W 28-14) Jefferson HS, 9/17/2004 (Ore.)
     3 PATs  Carly Feller, Pierre HS (W 21-14) at Yankton HS, 9/17/2004 (n) (S.D.) Crane-Youngworth Field (5,000)
     3 PATs  Ilene Fahle, New Ulm Cathedral HS (W 35-6) v. Rock Central HS, 9/17/2004 (Minn.) at Johnson Field [3 of 4] [Norwegian exchange student]
     1 PAT   Rachel Burneham, Cuyahoga Falls HS, 9/17/2004 (OH)
     1 PAT   Pam Staton, Grant HS v. Wauconda HS, 9/17/2004 (n) (Ill.) [Homecoming Queen]
     2 PATs  Kristina Turner, Casa Grande HS (W 35-18) Maria Carrillo HS (Santa Rosa), 9/18/2004 (California)
     7 PATs  Pam Staton, Grant HS v. ?, //2004 (Ill.) [7 of 8 in game]
     6 PATs  Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth HS (W 42-6) v. Clio HS (Mich.), 9/24/2004 (n.)
     2 PATs  Michelle Maunu, Esko (W 34-20) Two Harbors, 9/24/2004 (Minnesota)
     3 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Rockford College (W 73-14) (H) v. Principia Col., 9/25/2004 Sam Greeley Stadium [1st female to score in Upper Midwest Athletic Conference.] (N.C.A.A. DIII)
     4 PATs  Monica Ginop, Chenoygan HS JV (W 46-6) (H) v. Petosky HS JV, 9/30/2004 (Michigan)
     2 PATs  Beverly Woods, Blue Hills High v. Old Colony HS, 9/2004 (Mass.) [2 of 3; also 2 way lineman.]
     4 PATs  Ilene Fahle, New Ulm HS (W 31-18) v. Wabasso, 10/1/2004 (Minn.) [4 of 4, also 23 yd. FG]
     5 PATs  Taylor Onisky, Palisades HS (Kintnersville) (H) (W 41-14) v. Catty HS (Eaton), 10/2/2004 (Penn.)  
     5 PATs  Emily Shelton, Coffee County HS (W 41-14) v. Grundy County, 10/7/2004 (Tenn.)
     5 PATs  Ana Turner, Pekin HS (W 43-8) at Cardinal HS (Eldon), 10/8/2004 (n) (Iowa) [•Brazilian exchange student]   [reported as 7 PATs, but score doesn't warrant that.]
     1 PAT   Emily Herren, Rome HS (W 48-0) v. Hiram HS, 10/8/2004 (n.) (Georgia)
   * 8 Pts.  Jen Howard, Putnam HS (W 38-20) v. St. Helen HS, 10/15/2004 (Ore.) [5 PATs and 22 yd. FG] [Most points by female in game in state] 
      •Two female kickers score in same game:
     2 PATs  Elizabeth Ota, Diamond Ranch HS (Pomona) (W 21-7) Ontario Chaffey HS, 10/22/2004 (So. Cal.) [Ota's boyfriend, Aaron Hunter, made 3rd PAT.]
     1 PAT   Suzanne Ruckel, Ontario Chaffey HS (L 7-21) Pomona Diamond Ranch HS, 10/22/2004 (California)
     6 PATs  Ilene Fahle, New Ulm Cathedral HS (W 54-12) St. Clair, 10/26/2004 (Minn.) Post-Season Playoff Game
     1 PAT   Suzanne Ruckel, Ontario Chaffey (W 7-0) v. _____, 11/2004 (Cal.) [kicks PAT at end of half, homecoming queen at halftime.]
     1 PAT   Meg Simril, Ridge View HS (W 35-0) White Knoll, //2004 (South Carolina)
    94 Pts.  Emily Morgan, Pensacola Power, 2004 season (NWFA) [52 of 56 PATs, 0 of 2 FGs, 1 rushing TD, 6 pass reception TDs]
    41 Pts.  Taylor Valadez, Permenter JHS “A” team, 2004 (Texas)
    33 Pts.  Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King HS (Riverside, Cal.), 2004 [24 of 25 PATs, 3 of 6 FGs]
    32 PATs  Pam Staton, Grant HS (Arlington Hts., Ill.), 2004 [32 of 36][homecoming queen as well, and track star]
    31 Pts.  Mary-Lynn Hadley, Cardinal Stritch High (Toledo, Ohio), 2004 [25 PATs, 2 FGs] [pos. 24 PATs, 30 Pts.]
    28 Pts.  Ilene Fahle, New Ulm Cathedral High (Minnesota) 2004  [23 yard FG (see above) & 25 point afters by placement.]
    23 PATs  Jen Howard, Rex Putnam HS (Oregon), 2004 [23 in row after missing first try of year]
    15 PATs  Jenifer Munro, Central HS (Sacramento, Cal.) [of 22], 2004 season
    14 PATs  Lindsey Skinner, North Shore High (Michigan), 2004 season [14 of 16 PATs]
     7 PATs  Maure McCammon, Corona del Sol High, 2004 season (Arizona)
     1 TD    Monica Holman, Zama American Trojans (Japan), 2004 (DODDS-Pacific)
   •  Conner High (Kentucky) had 3 female kickers in 2004: Ashley Ginn (var. & JV), Tel Henson (var. & JV) & Olivia Brock (frosh).

    14 Pts.  Jennifer Sheldon, Cleveland Fusion, 2005 season (NWFA) {12 of 20 PATs, 0-1 FGs, 1 2 pt. PAT reception]
     7 Pts.  Sara Sermuksnis, Rhode Island Intensity, 2005 season (IWFL) [1 of 2 FGs•4 of 9 PATs]
     2convertJessica Marin, Capital Area Lady Gladiators (W 23-0) Simonds Lady Longhorns, 6/18/2005 (NBWFL) [2 converts- 2 pts. - 2 TD runs, one 70 yds, 16 pts.]
     1 singleAlex Black, Capital Area Lady Gladiators (W 23-0) Simonds Lady Longhorns, 6/18/2005 (NBWFL) [16 yrs. old.]
     7 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (W 49-0) Caledonia Horsemen, 7/9/2005 (IFL) (semi-pro) [7 of 7]
     6convertDanni Martin, Moncton Vipers (W 60-8) Capital Area Lady Gladiators (Fredericton), 7/23/2005 (NBWFL) at Rocky Stone Memorial Field
     2convertCassie Comeau, Saint John Buccaneers (W 28-8) Capital Area Lady Gladiators, 7/30/2005 (NBWFL)
     4 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (W 28-0) Lake County Chiefs, 8/6/2005 (IFL)
     4 PATs  Heather Winter, So Cal Scorpions (San Diego) (W 28-13) Houston Energy, 8/15/2005 (WPFL)
     2 PATs  Sarah Albertson, New Albany HS (Indiana) (L 14-56) at Manual HS (Louisville, Ky.), 8/20/2005 
     2 PATs  Ashley Parker, Gordon Central Junior Varsity at Central HS JV, 8/25/2005 (Georgia) Ratner Stadium
     1 PAT   Jessica Engler, Goodrich HS Martians (L 7-21) Richmond HS, 8/26/2005 (Michigan)
     1 PAT   Ashley Parker, Gordon Central HS (W 45-21) Northwest Whitfield, 8/26/2005 (n.) (Georgia) 4,500
     2 PATs  Darby Lentz, Lincoln High (W 14-6) v. Braxton County, 8/26/2005 (Hamilton County, W. Va.) [On 10/14, Darby was crowned Homecoming Queen at the half. Had 14 of 16 PATs at time]
     3 PATs  Amanda Torres, Belen High (W 35-12) West Mesa, 8/26/2005, at Milne Stadium, Albuquerque (New Mexico)
     4 PATs  Cierra Boots, Centennial High (W 30-20) Liberty HS, 8/26/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [4 of 4]
    15 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (Ill.), 2005 season (IFL) (semi-pro) [15 of 17 PATs]
     7 PATs  Sarah Albertson, New Albany HS (W 55-8) Jennings County, 9/1/2005 (n.) (Indiana) [at Buerk Field]
     3 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (L 27-36) Foothill HS, 9/2/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [3 of 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Anna Funderburk, Lancaster HS (L 14-26) at Sumter Crestwood, 9/2/2005 (South Carolina) 
    ** [Brother Justin Funderburk kicked other PAT, 1st brother-sister scoring same game.]
     1 PAT   Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville (W 21-20) Frankfort, 9/2/2005 (n.) (Indiana)
     1 PAT   Rebecca Redcorn, Sperry High (W 27-0) Vinita, 9/2/2005 (Oklahoma) [soph.]
     2 PATs  Abby Vestal, Lawrence HS (W 49-7) Leavenworth, 9/2/2005 (n.) (Kansas), at Haskell Stadium
     2 PATs  Jordan Vick, Kerryville Tivy (Led 14-6) Jay High, 9/2/2005 (Texas) [Stormed out at half, canceled, did not count]
     3 PATs  Amanda Hodge, Cajon High (W 21-15) Silverado, 9/2/2005 (California)
     7 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 49-0) Eldorado, 9/9/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [7 of 7]
     4 PATs  Mary-Lynn Hadley, Stritch High (W 28-6) at Holgate, 9/9/2005 (n.) (Toledo, Oh.)
     2 PATs  Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte HS (L 34-50) Livingston, 9/9/2005 (n.) (California)
     1 PAT   Alyssa Howard, Rossville High (W 25-0) Sabetha, 9/9/2005 (Kansas) [Topeka?]
     1 PAT   Jenn Mullen, Hatboro-Horsham Junior Varsity (W 41-13) v. Upper Dublin J.V., 9/9/2005 (Pennsylvania)
     1 PAT   Taylor Nicolaides, East High (W 43-0) West High, 9/9/2005 (Salt Lake City, Utah)
     1 PAT   Lauren Gardner, Harbor High (Santa Cruz) (L 13-35) Carmel, 9/10/2005 (California)
     1 PAT   Richelle Trippeda, Valencia High (W 51-30) Birmingham (L.A.), 9/16/2005 (California)
     4 PATs  Anne Schafer, Topeka High (W 36-13) v. Shawnee, 9/16/2005 (n.) (Kansas) [4 of 4]
     5 PATs  Abby Vestal, Lawrence High (W 35-14) SM North, 9/16/2005 (n.) (Kansas)
     6 PATs  Elisa Becker, Madison Memorial (W 42-20) v. Beloit Memorial, 9/16/2005 (n.) (Wisc.) [6 of 6] [named all-confrence at end of season]
     9 PATs  Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte HS (W 63-20) v. Soledad, 9/16/2005 (n.) (Cal.) 
     2 PATs  Abbey Soule, South Dearborn (W 14-0) Greensburg, 9/16/2005 (Indiana) [assumed]
    • 9/16/2005 - Whitney Bailey, Greensburg HS kick in same game for Greensburgh. Bailey also Homecoming Queen at the half.
     1 PAT   Taylor Chapman, West Ottawa HS (W 7-6) at Hudsonville, 9/23/2005 (n.) (Michigan) 5,234
     1 PAT   Leah Einterz, Zionsville HS (W 27-7) Harrison HS, 9/23/2005 (Indiana)
     3 PATs  Diana Lakeland, Davis High (W 33-14) Fraanklin of Elk Grove, 9/23/2005 (California) (3 of 4 PATs) [at Halden Field]
     1 PAT   Becky Zimmerman, Annville-Cleona (W 48-0) Pequea Valley, 9/24/2005 (Pennsylvania) [5'8" 125 lbs.; not a soccer player]
     8 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 56-21) Centennial, 9/30/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [8 of 8] [see below for Cierra Boots' 3 PATs, same game]
     6 PATs  Michelle Maunu, Esko-Carlton (W 45-9) at Two Harbors HS, 9/30/2005 (Minnesota) [+prob.ably 31 yd. FG]
     5 PATs  Heidi Garrett, M.L. King HS (W 35-27) West Valley, 9/30/2005 (Riverside, Cal.)
     5 PATs  Amanda Torres, Belen High (W 42-10) Socorro HS, 9/30/2005 (Albuequerque, N.M.) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Diana Lakeland, Davis High (W 28-0) Yuba City, 9/30/2005 (n.) (California)[Crowned Homecoming Queen at the half.] (pos. 3 PATs)
     3 PATs  Cierra Boots, Centennial (L 21-56) Palo Verde, 9/30/2005 (Las Vegas, NV) [same game as Ashleigh Shoughbro hit 8 PATs] [3 of 3]
     1 PAT   Lauren Schummer, East Central High (W 29-0) Lawrenceburg, 10/6/2005 (n.) (Aurora, Indiana)
     1 PAT   Danielle Bailey, Long County High (L 13-43) Savannah Country Day School, 10/7/2005 (Georgia)
     1 PAT   Whitney Bailey, Greensburg High (W 13-10) v. Rushville, Oct. 2005 (Indiana)
     8 Pts.  Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 38-0) Cudahy, 10/7/2005 (Wisconsin) [5 of 5 PATs, 23 yd. FG]
     7 PATs  Diana Lakeland, Davis High (W 49-29) at St. Patrick-St. Vincent, 10/7/2005 (n.) (California) (7 of 7) [at Dante Magnani Field]
     6 PATs  Megan Gularte, Vintage High (W 48-12) Hogan, 10/7/2005 (n.) at Corbus Field (Vallejo, Cal.) [6 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 42-6) Mojave, 10/7/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [6 of 6]
     4 PATs  Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte High (L 28-35) Hilmar High, 10/7/2005
     8 PATs  Amanda Torres, Belen High (W 56-21) Del Norte, 10/8/2005 (New Mexico) [or 7 PATs, 49-21]
     6 PATs  Cierra Boots, Centennial High (W 42-26) Mojave HS, 10/14/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [6 of 6]
     5 PATs  Whitney Bailey, Greensburg HS (W 53-7) v. North Decatur, 10/14/2005 (Indiana) [5 of 7]
     7 PATs  Megan Gularte, Vintage High (W 55-6) v. Davis, 10/15/2005 (n.) (Cal.)
     2 PATs  Chelsie Sato, McKinley (L 29-57) v. Castle, 10/15/2005 (Hawaii)
     1 PAT   Courtney Childress, David Douglas (L 10-29) v. Barlow, 10/21/2005 (n.) (Oregon)
     4 PATs  Alyssa Howard, Rossville HS (W 42-8) v. Wabaunsee, 10/21/2005 (Kansas)
     6 PATs  Katie Knopp, Fairfield HS (W 42-12) v. Hogan, 10/21/2005 (California)
     8 PATs  Laura O'Malley, Coatesville High (W 56-21) v. West Chester East, 10/21/2005 (n.) (Pennsylvania)
     4 PATs  Tenaya Howsden, Amherst High (W 28-27) Southern Valley, 10/27/2005 (Nebraska Playoffs, 1st Round)
     7 PATs  Laura O'Malley, Coatesville High (W 55-28) v. West Chester Henderson, 10/28/2005 (Pennsylvania) [7 of 8]
     3 PATs  Abby Vestal, Lawrence HS (W 57-3) v. Topeka, 10/28/2005 (Kansas) 
    ** [Anne Schafer has 40 yard FG for Topeka, same game]
     2 PATs  Makyla Woods, Vanden High (W 40-13) v. Dixon, 10/28/2005 (California)
     4 PATs  Lauren Gardner, Harbor HS (L 28-34) v. Soquel, 10/29/2005 (Santa Cruz, Cal.) [also kickoffs; named Homecoming Queen after game]
     7 Pts.  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 45-0) Durango, 11/4/2005 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [1 of 2 FGs (22 yds.); 4 of 5 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Sarah Peters, Petaluma High (W 41-7) at Montgomery, 11/19/2005 (California) State Playoffs [5 PATs, 2 FGs of 35 yds & 28 yds.]
     4 PATs  Tenaya Howsden, Amherst High (W 28-27) Southern Valley, Nov. 2005 (Nebraska) [Class C-Two Playoffs]
     3 PATs  Kati Shaner, Hughesville High at Montoursville, Nov. 2005 (Pennsylvania) District 4 Class AA Playoffs, semifinal at Memorial Stadium
     2 PATs  Suzy Ruckel, Citrus College, 2005 season (California Junior College A.A.)
    53 Pts.  Christine Huber, Connecticut Crush, 2005 season (NWFA) [15 of 24 PATs, 1 2 pt. pass rec. PAT, 6 pass reception TDs]
    46 Pts.  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde High, 2005 season (Las Vegas, Nevada) [2 of 3 FGs, 40 of 44 PATs]
    44 Pts.  Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King High (Riverside, Cal.), 2005 season [35 of 35 PATs, 3 FGs; 112 pts. in career]
    37 PATs  Tenaya Howsden, Amherst High (Nebraska), 2005 season (soph.) [37 of 40 PATs]
    36 Pts.  Elisa Becker, Madison Memorial High (Wisconsin), 2005 season (27 of 30 PATs, 3 of 5 FGs)
    35 Pts.  Sarah Peters, Petaluma High, 2005 season (California) [23 of 24 PATs, 4 of 5 FGs]
    31 PATs  Cierra Boots, Centennial High, 2005 season (Las Vegas, Nevada) [31 of 33 PATs]
    18 Pts.  Taylor Valadez, Cedar Hill High Freshmen team, 2005 season (Texas) (1 FG, 15 PATs)
    17 Pts.  Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS, 2005 season (Wisconsin) [14 of 14 PATs, 1 FG] [5'6" jr.]
     7 PATs  Kristen Cusmano, Center Line HS, 2005 season (Michigan) [7 of 8 PATs, soph.]
     4 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Rockford College, 2005 season (NCAA Division III) [soph.; 7 PATs in 2 seasons]
     x PATs  Katie Bemis, Andress High (El Paso, Texas), 2005 [Kicked PATs, 1st El paso female to score points; unknown details, dates, games, etc.]
     x PATs  Joanne Youngblood, Taegu American HS Warriors, 2005 season (DoDDS Pacific, South Korea)

     8 PATs  Hannah Jackson, Oklahoma City Lightning (W 70-0) Shreveport ShockHers, 4/15/2006 (NWFA) [8 of 8]
     5 PATs  Emily Pelletier, New York Sharks (W 73-0) Indianapolis Chaos, 4/29/2006 (IWFL) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Emily Pelletier, New York Sharks (W 48-0) Delaware Griffins, 5/6/2006 (IWFL) [4 of 6]
     3 PATs  Hannah Jackson, Oklahoma City Lightning (W 35-12) St. Louis Slam, 5/13/2006 (NWFA) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Brittany Tole, Dallas Rage (L 29-31) at Austin Outlaws, 5/17/2006 (NWFA)
     7 PATs  Emily Pelletier, New York Sharks (W 55-0) Southern Maine Rebels, 5/20/2006 (IWFL) [7 of 8 PATs]
     1 PAT   Tiffany Robinson, New York Sharks (W 47-0) Delaware Griffins, 6/3/2006 (IWFL)
     1 PAT   Jennifer Robinson, Montreal Blitz (L 7-53) New York Sharks, 6/10/2006 (IWFL) [see next entry]
     2 PATs  Tiffany Robinson, New York Sharks (W 53-7) Montreal Blitz, 6/10/2006 (IWFL)
     1convertTiffany Doucette, Moncton Vipers (W 8-6) Capital Area Curves Lady Gladiators, 6/11/2006 (MWFL) [Winning pts., in the Maritme Women's a kicked point after, a convert, is worth 2 pts.]
     7 PATs  Natalie Byrne, Pittsburgh Passion (W 55-20) Cincinnati Sizzle, 6/15/2006 (NWFA) [7 of 8 PATs game; 10 of 12 season]
     3 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (W 21-14) Windy City Buccaneers, 6/17/2006 (IFL) [3 of 3]
     3 PATs  Jennifer Robinson, Montreal Blitz (L 27-42) New York Sharks, 6/17/2006 (IWFL) [maybe 4 PATs] [see next entry]
     2 PATs  Tiffany Robinson, New York Sharks (W 42-27) Montreal Blitz, 6/17/2006 (IWFL)
     1 PAT   Jessica Joyce, Orange County Breakers (W 31-0) Arizona Venom, 6/18/2006 (NWFA) at Capistrano High School Field, att: 200
     4 PATs  Jana Dubiel, Orlando Mayhem (W 34-3) Baton Rouge Wildcats, 6/24/2006 (IWFL)
     4convertAlex Black, Capital Area Lady Gladiators (W 32-14) Saint John Buccaneers, 6/25/2006 (MWFL) [4 converts, 45 yd. TD pass & kickoff return TD in game]
     4 PATs  Jennifer Sheldon, Cleveland Fusion (W 52-13) Philadelphia Phoenix, 7/1/2006 (NWFA) Playoffs, 1st Round
     1 PAT   Cynthia Corisdeo, Philadelphia Phoenix (L 13-52) Cleveland Fusion, 7/1/2006 (NWFA playoff 1st Round)
    63 Pts.  Lindsey Eckles, Columbus Comets, 2006 season (NWFA) [3 of 3 FGs, 24 of 29 PATs, 5 pass reception TDs]
    56 Pts   Kathryn Hemlock, D.C. Divas, 2006 regular season (NWFA) [30 of 44 PATs; 1 65 yard kickoff return TD, 3 interception return TDs, incl. 63 yards; 1 2-pt. PAT reception.]
    35 Pts.  Hannah Jackson, Oklahoma City Lightning, 2006 Regular Season (NWFA) [29 of 37 PATs, 2 of 3 FGs; 30.6 yd. Avg. on 54 kickoffs]
    25 Pts.  Christine Huber, Connecticut Crush, 2006 season (NWFA) [16 of 27 PATs, 1 TD 8 of 11 FGs?]
    21 PATs  Jennifer Sheldon, Cleveland Fusion, 2006 Regular Season (NWFA) [21 of 31 PATs; 26.7 yds. punting avg. on 26 punts, 44 inside 20, long of 46]  
    19 PATs  Sara Sermuksnis, New England Intensity, 2006 season (IWFL) [19 of 22 PATs]
     6 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (Ill.) (W 42-0) Milwaukee Maniacs, 7/2/2006 (Ironman Football League- IFL) [6 of 6]
     1 PAT   Meghan Antonucci, New York Sharks (W 14-8) Miami Fury, 7/8/2006 (IWFL Playoffs, 1st Round) [see next entry]
     1 PAT   Tiffany Robinson, New York Sharks (W 14-8) Miami Fury, 7/8/2006 (IWFL Playoffs, 1st Round)
     2convertAlex Black, Capital Area Lady Gladiators (W 28-8) Moncton Vipers (MWFL) [2 converts & 2 interception return TDs.]
     1 PAT   Melissa Cherry, Minnesota Vixen (W 32-8) Toledo Reign, 7/22/2006 (WPFL)
     1 PAT   Melissa Schlueter, Minnesota Vixen (W 32-8) Toledo Reign, 7/22/2006 (WPFL)
     3convertAlex Black, Capital Area Curves Lady Gladiators (W 22-6) Saint John Buccaneers, 7/30/2006 (MWFL semi-final) [& 20 yd bootleg TD run]
     1convertJennifer Hitchcock, Halifax Xplosion (L 6-8) Capital Area Curves Lady Gladiators, 8/6/2006 (MWFL Championship Game) [For 8-6 lead.]
     2 PATs  Brooke Jackson, Union High (L 14-21) Byrne HS, 8/10/2006 (South Carolina) [2 quarter scrimmage.] (2-2 PATs)
     3 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (W 30-0) west Allis Predators, 8/12/2006 (IFL) [3 off 3]
     3 PATs  Laurie Vande Zande, Wisconsin Wolves (W 27-0) Toledo Reign, 8/12/2006 (WPFL) [3 of 4] Lussier Stadium, MAdison La Follette
    13 PATs  Julie Harshbarger, Roscoe Rush (Ill.), 2006 season (IFL) [13 of 13 PATs, 0 of 2 FGs]
     2 PATs  Keirsten Cheatham, Eustis High v. DeLand HS, 8/18/2006 [Kickoff Classic] (Orlando, Florida)
     5 PATs  Emily Moran, Kent Roosevelt (Akron) (W 35-28) Kenston, 8/25/2006 (n.) (Ohio)
     3 PATs  Adeline Alvarado, Frostproof High (W 27-10) Nature Coast, 8/25/2006 (Florida) [3 of 4 PAT, 38 yd. FG blocked.]
     3 PATs  Nicki Hanson, Onalaska High v. Chippewa Falls, 8/25/2006 (Wisconsin) [SCRIMMAGE]
     2 PATs  Elisa Becker, Madison Memorial (L 14-42) Janesville Parker, 8/25/2006 (n.) (Wisconsin) 
     2 PATs  Brooke Jackson, Union High (L 20-37) at Spartanburg HS, 8/25/2006 (South Carolina) [2 of 3 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Amanda Dotten, Service High (Anchorage) (W 43-0) Eagle River, 8/26/2006 (Alaska) [4 of 5 PATs, 33 yd. FG]
     8 PATs  Kaylee Boryla, Cherry Creek (W 56-20) Montbello (Denver), 8/31/2006 (n.) (Greenwood Village, Colorado) [8 of 8; Knicks' Vince Boryla's grandaughter] {at All-City Stadium}
     4 PATs  Hannah Hicks, Valencia High Frosh (W 28-6) Centennial Freshmen, 8/31/2006 (n.) (California)
     8 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 56-27) Valley HS, 9/1/2006 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [+ 2 TD saving tackle; 8 of 8 PATs]
     3 PATs  Adaline Alvarado, Frostproof (W 39-13) Florida Christian, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Florida) [3 of 3 PAT; crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime Faris Brannen Stadium
     3 PAT   Amanda DelaFosse, Mayde Creek HS (L 21-24) at Dulles (Sugar Land), 9/1/2006 (n.) (Houston, Texas) [+ Kickoffs]
     3 PATs  Malissa Gallogly, Cambridge HS (Tampa) (W 27-20) at Bradenton Prep, 9/1/2006 (n.), [at Bulldog Field, East Manatee] (Florida)
     3 PATs  Abby Vestal, Lawrence High (L 27-34) Olathe North, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Kansas) [3 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Leah Einterz, Zionsville HS (W 55-41) Noblesville, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Indiana)
     2 tackleAshleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 56-27) Valley HS, 9/1/2006 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [Both TD saving tackles on kickoffs; + 8 of 8 PATs]
     1 PAT   Ashlynne Bass, Loganville High (W 33-13) Monroe Area, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Georgia)
     1 PAT   Alyssa Butler, Jacobs High (W 43-13) Grayslake North, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Illinois) [Junior•same game as Mandy Platt's PAT, same team] {played safety & receiver as frosh & soph)
     2 PATs  Caitlin Durkee, Como Park (W 56-0) Humboldt, 9/1/2006 (St. Paul, Minn.)
     2 PATs  Emily Kidd, Como Park (W 56-0) Humboldt, 9/1/2006 (Minnesota) SAME GAME AS CAITLIN DURKEE ABOVE
     1 PAT   Mandy Platt, Jacobs High (W 43-13) Grayslake North, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Illinois) [Jr.; 1-2 PATs; same game, same team as Alyssa Butler's PAT]
     1 PAT   Alaynah Weisend, North Miami HS (W 25-7) Northfield, 9/1/2006 (n.) (Indiana)
     1 PAT   Becky Zimmerman, Annville-Cleona HS (W 7-0) at Palmyra HS, 9/2/2006 (Pennsylvania)
     9 Pts.  Kelly Bornemeier, Massaponax High (W 51-8) Spotsylvania, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Virginia) [6 of 7 PATs, 25 yd. FG; 5'3"]
     7 Pts.  Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 31-25) Cudahy, 9/8/2006 (Wisconsin) [30 yd FG, 4 of 4 PATs] [Junior Prom Queen previous Spring]
     6 Pts.  Emily Moran, Kent Roosevelt (Akron) (W 24-16) Bedford, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Ohio) [3 of 3 PATs, 22 yd. FG]
     5 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Easton High Red Rovers (W 41-0) Emmaus, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Pennsylvania) 7,182 [5'6" 125 lb.] [5 of 5 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (W 17-0) Powers Catholic, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Flint, Michigan) [25 yd. FG, 2 PATs; 3rd year on varsity.]
     3 PATs  Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte HS (W 29-0) Livingston, 9/8/2006 (n.) (California) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Caitlin Durkee, Como Park HS (W 21-14) Central HS, 9/8/2006 (St. Paul, Minnesota)
     3 PATs  Tenaya Howsden, Amherst HS (L 21-28) Perkins County, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Nebraska)
     3 PATs  Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville HS (W 28-21) Western Boone, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Indiana) [MAYBE 4 PATs?]
     2 PATs  Katie Staubs, Waynesboro Area HS (L 20-41) at West Perry, 9/8/2006 (n.) (Pennsylvania)
     4 PATs  Michelle Anderson, Archbishop MC O'Neill Titans (W 34-0) Thom Trojans, 9/14/2006 (RIFL) (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada) (High School)
     8 Pts.  Megan Mummert, Crawfordsville (W 38-7) at Delphi, 9/15/2006 (Indiana) [5 for 5 PATs, 27 yd. FG] [Elected homecoming queen at halftime of 9/29 game (PAT try blocked, ending streak)]
     6 Pts.  Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS (W 24-13) at Pewaukee HS, 9/15/2006 (Wisconsin) [3 of 3 PATs, 23 yd. FG]
     5 PATs  Jordan Vick, Tivy Antlers (W 41-6) Lake View, 9/15/2006 (Texas) at Kerrville, 3,000 [Younger brother Logan Vick handles kickoffs on team]
     4 PATs  Emily Moran, Kent Roosevelt (Akron) (W 35-7) Field, 9/15/2006 (n.) (Ohio) (4 of 5 PATs)
     1 PAT   Nicki Hanson, Onalaska High (L 26-30) Central HS, 9/15/2006 (Wisconsin)
     1 PAT   Jennifer Mullen, Hatboro-Horsham Hatters (W 24-7) Plymouth Whitemarsh, 9/15/2006 (n.) (Philadelphia area, Pennsylvania)
  • x PATs by both Alyssa Butler & Mandy Platt, Jacobs HS (W 43-13) Grayslake North HS, 9/15/2006 (Illinois) [unknown number, two girls scoring for Ill. team a first]  
     7 Pts.  Kati Shaner, Hughesville High (W 31-28) Loyalsock (Williamsport), 9/22/2006 (Pennsylvania) [35 yd. FG, 4 of 4 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte HS (W 48-6) Encina, 9/22/2006 (n.) (California) [5 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Bridgette Teunissen, Fruitland High (W 31-28) Weiser HS, 9/22/2006 (Idaho) [3 of 3]
     2 PATs  Kaylin Chain, Mt. Pleasant HS (W 27-20) at Belle Vernon, 9/22/2006 (n.) (Pittsburgh area, Pa.) [+ Kickoffs]
     2 PATs  Nicki Hanson, Onalaska High (W 28-21) Adams-Friendship, 9/22/2006 (Wisconsin)
     1 PAT   Kayla Clark, Centennial HS (Corona) (W 56-0) at Eisenhower HS (Rialto), 9/22/2006 (California) [also wide receiver] [was 0 for 2 9/8/06 v. King]
     1 tackleKylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (W 14-7) Kearsley, 9/22/2006 (Flint, Mich.) [+ 2 PATs; 5'1" 110 lbs.; game-saving, open-field tackle of kick-returner, after kicking off, on special team, won game ball]
     1 PAT   Brandy Rosales, Socorro High (L 7-34) at Franklin, 9/22/2006 (El Paso Texas) [14 yr. old freshman]
     2 PATs  Anna Funderburk, Lancaster (L 14-41) at Hartsville, 9/23/2006 (n.) (South Carolina)
     1 PAT   Becky Williams, Holy Name (Cleveland) (W 26-0) Villa Angela-St. Joseph, 9/23/2006 (Ohio) Sparky DiBiasio Stadium
     1 PAT   Haley Hobbs, Bayou View Middle School (L 7-13) Ocean Springs, 9/28/2006 (Mississippi)
     9 Pts.  Kylie Mitchell, Carman-Ainsworth (W 45-13) Ann Arbor Huron, 9/29/2006 (n.) (Michigan) [6 og 6 PATs, 30 yd. FG] Homecoming Queen
     5 PATs  Caitlin Durkee, Como Park (W 50-6) Harding, 9/29/2006 (n.) (St. Paul, Minn.) at Griffin Stadium [5 of 5]
     1 PAT   Emily Kidd, Como Park (W 50-6) Harding, 9/29/2006 (n.) (St. Paul, Minn.) [1 of 2] same game at Caitlin Durkee above.
     1 PAT   Cori Conrow, Two Harbors Agates (L 7-26) Barnum HS, 9/29/2006 (n.) (Minnesota) Halstead Field
    15 Pts.  Evin Bowling, Jackson Academy (W 71-20) Warrior Academy, 10/6/2006 (n.) (Alabama) [1 touchdown, 9 of 10 PATs. AISA scoring record for female player.]
     1 TD    Evin Bowling, Jackson Academy (W 71-20) Warrior Academy, 10/6/2006 (n.) (Alabama [+ 9 of 10 PATs]
     7 PATs  Kris Guggenberger, Holy Spirit Catholic (W 57-0) Hatch (Uniontown), 10/6/2006 (Alabama) [Kristina had 7 of 8]
     5 Pts.  Gina Ruiz, East Stroudsburg South (W 17-14) at Lehighton HS, 10/6/2006 (Pennsylvania) [20 yd. FG + 2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Brandy Rosales, Socorro High (W 14-13) at El Dorado HS, 10/6/2006 (El Paso, Texas) [winning point]
     3 PATs  Brandy Rosales, Socorro High (L 21-28) Coronado HS, 10/12/2006 (El Paso, Texas)
     7 Pts   Danielle Bailey, Long County HS (W 43-26) Davis HS, 10/13/2006 (Georgia) [23 yd. FG & 4 of 6 PATs]
     7 PATs  Megan McCullough, Middletown High (W 61-27) Fairfield HS, 10/13/2006 (n.) (Ohio) [crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime; 29 PATs so far this season, missed 1st 2 games.]
     6 PATs  Emily Moran, Kent Roosevelt (W 42-22) at Springfield, 10/13/2006 (Ohio) [6 of 6]
     5 PATs  Leah Einterz, Zionsville High (W 41-3) 10/13/2006 (Indiana) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Kris Guggenberger, Holy Spirit Titans (W 34-20) at Thorsby Rebels, 10/13/2006 (n.) (Alabama) [19 of 23 PATs on season so far.]    
     1 PAT   Tori Wenger, Phillips Exeter Academy Junior Varsity (W 25-14) at Northfield Mount Herman JV, 10/14/2006 (New Hampshire)
     5 PATs  Caitlin Durkee, Como Park (St. Paul) (W 56-24) Minneapolis South, 10/18/2006 (Minnesota)
     3 PATs  Emily Kidd, Como Park (St. Paul) (W 56-24) Minneapolis South, 10/18/2006 (Minnesota) [same game]
     8 Pts.  Kaylin Chain, Mt. Pleasant (W 38-14) Uniontown, 10/20/2006 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [24 yd. FG, 5 of 5 PATs; all in 1st half]
     2 PATs  Brooke Adkison, Owensville HS (W 42-14) St. James, 10/20/2006 (n.) (Missouri) [see next entry]
     1 PAT   Stephanie Chapman, Owensville HS (W 42-14) St. James, 10/20/2006 (n.) (Missouri) [Same game as above, same team, 2 female kickers.]
     6 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (Las Vegas) (W 42-7) Mojave (N. Las Vegas), 10/26/2006 (Nevada) [6 of 6]
     8 Pts.  Kristen Bloom, Bret Harte Bullfrogs (W 44-18) Amador, 10/27/2006 (n.) (California) at Sutter Creek [26 yard FG & 5 PATs] (Mother Lode Lg.)
     3 PATs  Solveig Barnes, West High Wolfpack (Tracy) (W 61-0) at McNair (Stockton), 10/27/2006 (California) 
     8 Pts.  Alyssa Howard, Rossville High (W 27-13) Jefferson County North, 10/31/2006 (n.) (Kansas) [2 of 3 FGs (25 yds. & 22 yds.), 2 PATs] Class 3A Bi-District, Playoffs 1st round
     9 Pts.  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 45-19) Western, 11/3/2006 (Las Vegas, Nevada) [24 yd. FG + 6 of 6 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Easton High (W 44-27) Bethlehem Catholic, 11/3/2006 (Penn.)  [23 yd. FG, 5 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Becky Zimmerman, Annville-Cleona (W 21-20O.T.) at Columbia HS, 11/3/2006 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [winning point in OT]
     3 PATs  Brandy Rosales, El Paso Socorro (W 21-12) Bel Air HS, 11/3/2006 (n.) (Texas)
     1 PAT   Stephanie Chapman, Owensville HS (W 10-7) Osage HS, 11/8/2006 (n.) (Missouri Class 3 Sectional Playoffs) [teammate Brooke Adkison 34 yd. FG to win], at Osage Beach
     4 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Easton High (W 28-0) Wyoming Valley West, 11/10/2006 (Penn.) District 2-4-11 Subregional Playoffs [43 of 48 PATs, 2 FGs regular season] 
     2 PATs  Erica Bookman, St. Mary's (Berkeley) (L 14-31) Piedmont HS, 11/11/2006 (California)
     3 PATs  Bridgette Teunissen, Fruitland Grizzlies (W 27-21) Buhl Indians, 11/16/2006 (n.) (Idaho) State 3A Championship Game at Bronco Stadium, Boise [3 of 4]
     5 PATs  Ashleigh Shoughro, Palo Verde (W 37-0) at Cheyenne, 11/17/2006 (n.) (Las Vegas, Nevada) State Playoffs
     4 PATs  Stephanie Chapman, Owensville High (W 40-6) at Ste. Genevieve HS, 11/18/2006 (Missouri) at Dragons Stadium
     3 PATs  Mara Sussman, Swampscott (W 21-13) Marblehead, 11/18/2006 (Massachusetts Powder Puff game) at Hopkins Stadium, Swampscott [3 of 3]
     1 PAT   Jenna DeLuccia, Marblehead (L 13-21) Swampscott, 11/18/2006 (Massachusetts Powder Puff game) [see above]
     1 PAT   Brittany Ryan, Easton Area HS (Pa.) (W 21-7) Phillipsburg HS (NJ), 11/23/2006 [100th annual game]
     4 PATs  Samantha Miller, Loveland High (W 28-21O.T.) at Greeley West, 11/25/2006 (Colorado Class 4A State Championships Semi-Finals) 
     2 PATs  Stephanie Chapman, Owensville HS (L 21-56) Harrisonville, 11/25/2006 {Missouri Class 3 Championship “Show-Me Bowl” at Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis]
     1 PAT   Brooke Adkison, Owensville HS (L 21-56) Harrisonville, 11/25/2006 {Missouri Class 3 Championship “Show-Me Bowl” at Edward Jones Dome, St. Louis]
     x PATs  Clarissa Martinez, Mater Academy, 2006 season (Florida) ["a few PATs"]
     x PATs  Laura Mendes, Palm Beach Gardens High Junior Varsity, 2006 (Florida) [no misses on season]
    95 Pts.  Kylie Mitchell, Flint Carman-Ainsworth, 2004-06 (3 season total) (Michigan) [6 of 6 FGs, 77 PATs in three seasons]
    52 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Easton Area High, 2006 season (Pennsylvania) [46 of 53 PATs, 2 of 3 FGs]
    37 Pts.  Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower HS, 2006 season (Wisconsin) [22 of 25 PATs, 5 of 8 FGs] [5'6" 125 lbs.]
    31 Pts.  Kelly Bornemeier, Massaponax HS, 2006 season [2 FGs (25 yds long)•25 PATs]
    28 PATs  Stephanie Chapman, Owensville High, 2006 season (Eastern Missori) [28 of 31 PATs]
    27 PATs  Lauren Gardner, Harbor High 2006 season (California)
    26 Pts.  Malissa Gallogly, Cambridge High (Tampa), 2006 season (Florida)  [Jr.; 37 yd. & 31 yd. FGs, 20 of 28 PATs]
    26 PATs  Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South, 2006 season (Indiana) [soph•26 of 28 PATs]
     8 PATs  Mandy Platt, Jacobs High, 2006 season (Illinois) [8 of 12 PATs on season]
     2 PATs  Alyssa Butler, Jacobs High, 2006 season (Illinois) [2 of 3 PATs on season]
     2 good onside-kicks Ally Bales, New Berlin Eisenhower (Wisconsin), 2006 season [one recovered by herself, at least 3 kickoffs for touchback] 

     3 PATs  Abby Vestal, Kansas Koyotes (W 27-20O.T.) Iowa Blackhawks, 4/21/2007 (APFL) [3 of 4 PATs] (indoor men's league) (n.)
     3 PATs  Megan Antonucci, New York Sharks (W 46-33)) at Miami Fury, 4/28/2007 (IWFL) [3 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Krystie Jones, Miami Fury (L 33-46) New York Sharks, 4/28/2007 (IWFL)
     3 PATs  Courtney Cohen, (Gulf High) Green-White Intrasquad Game, 5/2/2007 (Florida) [played for both sides]
     4 PATs  Aundrea “Frankie” Hymas, Portland Shockwave (W 28-7) at Corvallis Pride, 5/12/2007 (IWFL) [4 of 4 PATs] 
     9 Pts.  Marika Barto, New Orleans Blaze (W 55-6) Emerald Coast Barracudas, 5/20/2007 (NWFA) [3 of 5 PATs, 1 TD reception)
     1 PAT   Courtney Cohen, Green v.. White spring game, Gulf High, 5/22/2007 (Florida) [maybe more PATs]
     7 PATs  Abby Vestal, Kansas Koyotes (W 63-21) Missouri Minutemen, 5/26/2007 (APFL) [7 of 8 PATs] (indoor men's league)
     1 PAT   Emily Pelletier, New York Sharks (W 27-0) Delaware Griffins, 6/30/2007 (IWFL)
     1convertMichelle Young-Mather, Saint John Storm (L 14-15) Capital Area Curves Lady Gladiators, 7/22/2007 (MWFL)
     1convertAlex Black, Capital Area Gladiators (W 15-14) Moncton Vipers, 8/12/2007 (MWFL Maritime SupHer Bowl IV) at Rocky Stone Field, Moncton
    54 Pts.  Christine Huber, Connecticut Crush, 2007 season (NWFA) [0 of 1 FG, 24 of 25 PATs, 5 TDs]
    19 Pts.  Jennifer Schultz, Las Vegas Showgirlz, 2007 season (WPFL) [3 FGs )36, 27 & ??yds•10 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Michelle Hicks, New England Intensity, 2007 season (IWFL) [1 of 2 FGs (32 yds) + 9 of 12 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Leah Einterz, Zionsville High (L 24-27) Lafayette Jeff, 8/17/2007 (Indiana) [26 yd. FG & 26 yd. FG]
     5 PATs  Hillary Fox, Franklin High (W 35-22) Southport High, 8/17/2007 (Indiana) [5 of 5 PATs] Emily?
     1 PAT   Jaime Cheek, Sevier County (L 7-20) Maryville, 8/17/2007 (n.) (Tennessee) [ONE-QUARTER SCRIMMAGE]
     1 PAT   Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (W 35-30) at Terre Gaute South Vigo, 8/17/07 (n.) (Indiana) [1 of 1 PAT]
     3 PATs  Kodi Look, Iolani High (W 44-0) Kaiser HS (Honolulu), 8/18/2007 (Hawaii) [3 of 3]
     1 PAT   Wendy Korte, Dallas Diamonds (W 14-6) Houston Energy, 8/18/2007 (WPFL)
     1 PAT   Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds (W 14-6) Houston Energy, 8/18/2007 (WPFL)
     6 Pts.  Leah Einterz, Zionsville HS (W 24-0) McCutcheon HS, 8/24/2007 (Indiana) [30 yd. FG & 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (W 41-6) Martinsville, 8/24/2007 (Indiana) [5 of 6 PATS]
     2 PATs  Emily Moran, Kent Roosevelt (L 14-35) Kenston, 8/24/2007 (Ohio)
     2 PATs  Courtney Walton, Speedway High (W 39-7) Greencastle HS, 8/24/2007 (Indiana)
     1 PAT   Amanda Dotten, Service HS (L 13-14) Chugiak HS, 8/24/2007 (Alaska) [1 of 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Jessica “Jessi” Batey, Mason County HS (W 27-7) Paris HS, 8/25/2007 (Kentucky) [3 of 4 PATs; identical twin sister Rebecca Batey also PK on same team]
     1 PAT   Alaynah Weisand, North Miami (W 19-12) Eastern Hancock, 8/25/2007 (Indiana)
     7 PATs  Bridgette Teunissen, Fruitland High (W 51-7) at Emmett HS, 8/31/2007 (Idaho) [7 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Anna Funderburk, Lancaster HS (W 42-13) Andrew Jackson, 8/31/2007 (n.) (South Carolina)
     6 PATs  Courtney Walton, Speedway (W 48-14) Beech Grove, 8/31/2007 (Indiana)
     4 PATs  Ashlynn Bass, Loganville HS (W 28-7) at Monroe Area HS, 8/31/2007 (Georgia) [4 of 4] 
     4 PATs  Leah Einterz, Zionsville High (W 28-16) Noblesville HS, 8/31/2007 (Indiana) [4 of 4]
     3 PATs  Hayley Hammons, Long Beach HS (W 29-20) Vancleave HS, 8/31/2007 (Mississippi) [Hammonds?]
     2 PATs  Rebecca Batey, Mason County HS (L 20-42) Boone County, 8/31/2007 (Kentucky) [2 of 3 PATs; sister Jessi Batey also a PK on same team]
     1 PAT   Ashley Dry, Haskell High (W 7-0) Stigler High, 8/31/2007 (Oklahoma) [soph]
     1 PAT   Diana Martinez, St. Cloud HS (L 7-68) Osceola HS (Kissimmee), 8/31/2007 (Florida)
    10 Pts.  Cecilie Taylor, Richmond Heights (W 72-0) Lutheran East, 9/7/2007 (Cleveland, Ohio) [27 yd. FG, 7 of 7 PATs, 5'3" soph.]
     8 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 62-42) at Valley Christian, 9/7/2007 (California) [8 of 9 PATs] 
     5 Pts.  Rachel Moore, Hanover High (W 29-28) Patrick Henry HS, 9/7/2007 (Richmond, Virginia) [21 yard FG to win, 2 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Alaynah Weisend, North Miami HS (W 35-21) Wabash HS, 9/7/2007 (Indiana)
     4 Pts.  Sandy Thur, San Bernardino Arroyo Valley HS (W 16-14) Fontana Kaiser, 9/7/2007 (California) [1 PAT & 28 yard FG; 3rd year sr. 32 yd.?]
     3 PATs  Jessi Batey, Mason County HS (W 56-7) Lewis County, 9/7/2007 (Kentucky)
     3 PATs  Dallas Butterfield, Antioch High (W 35-27) at Edison HS (Stockton), 9/7/2007 (California)
     3 PATs  Stephanie Chapman, Owensville HS (L 27-41) at Blair Oak HS, 9/7/2007 (n.) (Missouri) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Anna Funderburk, Lancaster HS (W 21-6) Buford HS, 9/7/2007 (South Carolina)
     2 PATs  Kelly Hamill, New Jersey Titans (W 32-0) Connecticut Cyclones, 9/7/2007 (WPFL) at Passaic County Technical Institute, Wayne, N.J.
     1 PAT   Casey Curnutte, Waterford Kettering (L 7-14) at Andover High, 9/7/2007 (Michigan) [Homecoming Queen]
     1 PAT   Stephanie Halvatzes, Merrimack High (L 19-20) Winnacunnet HS, 9/7/2007 (n.) (New Hampshire) [1 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Megan Mesch, North Tama HS (W 7-0) Northern University HS, 9/7/2007 (n.) (Iowa)
    10 Pts.  Amanda Dotten, Service HS (W 65-0) West Valley, 9/8/2007 (Anchorage, Alaska) [30 yd. FG, 7 of 8 PATs, inc. 35 yd. PAT]
     3 PATs  Becky Zimmerman, Annville-Cleona (W 33-21) Central Catholic (Readin), 9/8/2007 (Pennsylvania)
     5 PATs  Danielle Bailey, Long County HS (W 47-14) Wheeler County HS, 9/14/2007 (Georgia) [5 of 7 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle (W 31-0) Cambria Heights, 9/14/2007 (Pennsylvania) [FG (23, 24 or 26 yds.) + 2 PATs]
     4 PATs  Jessi Batey, Mason County HS (W 40-0) East Carter, 9/14/2007 (Kentucky)
     4 PATs  Alexis Claassen, Valley High (W 28-24) Freeport HS, 9/14/2007 (n.) (Pennsylvania)  [4 of 4]
     4 PATs  Kodi Look, Iolani High (W 46-19) Damien HS (Honolulu), 9/14/2007 (Hawaii) 
     4 PATs  Liz Traxler, Holy Family Catholic (W 34-6) Sibley East, 9/14/2007 (Minnesota) [4 of 5 PATs]
     3 PATs  Sydney Hase, Tartan Tartans (W 27-12) Richfield, 9/14/2007 (Minnesota) [3 of 4]
     3 PATs  Janelle Hensold, Danville High (W 41-34) Centennial HS (Champaign), 9/14/2007 (Illinois)
     2 PATs  Courtney Cohen, Gulf High (L 26-29) Hernando High, 9/14/2007 (Florida)
     5 Pts.  Ashley Baker, Framingham State (W 17-10) M.I.T., 9/15/2007 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [25 yd. FG & 2 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kendall Booth, Epping HS (W 35-0) Farmington HS, 9/15/2007 (New Hampshire) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Dallas Adams, Hillwood Middle School (W 34-0) Coppell North, 9/ /2007 (Texas) [4 of 5 PATs]
     8 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 62-42) at Artesia HS, 9/21/2007 (California) [8 of 9 PATs]
     5 PATs  Jessica “Jessi” Batey, Mason County HS (W 62-14) West Carter, 9/21/2007 (Kentucky) [Identical twin sister Rebecca Batey kickoffs in same game]
     2 PATs  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (W 42-22) Warrensburg HS, 9/21/2007 (Missouri) at Jennie Jaynes Stadium, Sedalia
     1 PAT   Courtney Grannis, Harrison County HS (W 40-16) Bourbon County, 9/21/2007 (Kentucky) [5'4" soph]
     1 PAT   Megan Mesch, North Tama HS (Traer) (W 21-0) Don Bosco (Gilbertsville), 9/21/2007 (Iowa) [1 of 2 PATs, crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime.]
     1 PAT   Jessi Weislogel, Hamilton High (L 19-43) Princeton HS, 9/21/2007 (Cinc., Ohio)
     4 Pts   Andrea Hubbard, Southern California Scorpions (W 23-12) at Los Angeles Amazons, 9/22/2007 (WPFL) [16 yd. FG + 1 of 4 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Amilee Smith, St. Bonaventure JV (W 38-8) Oaks Christian JV, 9/27/2007 (Ventura, California) [28 yd. FG & 3 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle (L 6-18) Penn Cambria, 9/28/2007 (Pennsylvania) [2 FGs, 20 & 24 yards]
     6 Pts.  Sandy Thur, San Bernardino Arroyo Valley (T 24-24) Silverado HS, 9/28/2007 (n.) [20 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Bethany Isaac, Alonso High (W 41-0) Freedom HS, 9/28/2007 (Florida) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (Sedalia) (W 56-18) Van Horn (Independence), 9/28/2007 (Missouri)
     4 PATs  Amilee Smith, St. Bonaventure JV/frosh (W 36-18) Crispi JV/frosh, 9/29/2007 (California) [4 PATs & missed 35 yd. FG]
     1 PAT   Andrea Jones, Toledo Reign (L 7-20) Indiana Speed, 9/27/2007 (WPFL)
     2 PATs  Grace Gresham, Madras Middle School (W-L) Evans Middle School, 10/2/2007 (Georgia) [Coweta County Middle school Athletic League playoffs, 1st round]
     5 PATs  Hope Mills, Tabb High (W 49-14) at York HS, 10/5/2007 (Virginia) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kodi Look, Iolani High (L 34-49) St. Louis High (Honolulu), 10/5/2007 (Hawaii) [4 of 5 (blocked)]
     4 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 40-7) Granite Hills, 10/5/2007 (California) [4 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Ashlynn Bass, Loganville HS (W 21-7) at Winder-Barrow, 10/5/2007 (n.) (Georgia) [3 of 3]
     3 PATs  Janelle Hensold, Danville Vikings (W 35-34) Decatur MacArthur HS, 10/5/2007 (Illinois) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Mackenzie Langemeier, Marion Bulldogs (L 21-28) at Bandera HS, 10/5/2007 (Texas) [3 of 3]
     1 PAT   Heather Sopko, Clairton High (W 55-0) Riverview HS (Oakmont), 10/5/2007 (Pennsylvania) [1st kick, though on team three seasons]
     1 PAT   Heavin Warner, Benton High (W 28-6) Savannah HS, 10/5/2007 (Missouri)
     6 Pts.  Amanda Dotten, Service High (W 24-172 O.T.s) at Chugiak HS, 10/6/2007 (Alaska Large-Schools Playoffs Quarterfinal) [21 yard FG, 1 of 3 FGs, 3 of 3 PATs]
     9 PATs  Stephanie Chapman, Owensville HS (W 65-40) Union HS, 10/12/2007 (Missouri) [state record for female kicker; 9 of 9 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Sandy Thur, Arroyo Valley (San Bernardino) (W 43-13) San Gorgonio HS, 10/12/2007 (n.) (California) [21 yd. FG plus 4 of 6 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Solveig Barnes, West High (Tracy) (W 24-20) Edison HS, 10/12/2007 (California) [25 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kodi Look, Iolani High (W 28-21) Damien High, 10/12/2007 (Hawaii) [4 of 4]
     3 PATs  Sydney Hase, Tartan High (Oakdale) (W 39-7) at South St. Paul, 10/12/2007 (Minnesota) [3 of 3 PATs]
     2 PATs  Jennifer Johnson, Clover Hill HS (W 40-0) Midlothian HS, 10/12/2007 (Virginia)
     2 PATs  Mackenzie Langemeier, Marion HS (W 28-7) Moore HS (Ingram), 10/12/2007 (Texas) [2 of 3 PATs & crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime.]
     1 PAT   Amanda Sanders, Linden Lions (L 27-28) Amador HS, 10/12/2007 (California)
     3 PATs  Millie Triano, St. Mary's (Berkeley) (W 49-8) Moreau Catholic, 10/13/2007 (California) [5'8" jr.; 2nd yr. on varsity; JV in 2005]
     2convertBrook McCurdy, Crestwood Juniors (W 39-7) St. Pete's, 10/13/2007 (Ontario, Canada) [AAA Juniors, 15 yrs. old, 2 of 5 converts, 1st game.]
     2 PATs  Heather Sopko, Clairton High (W 66-0) Wilkinsburg HS, 10/13/2007 (Pennsylvania [south Pittsburgh area, Class A]
     4 PATs  Sydney Hase, Tartan High (Oakdale) (W 36-21) at Hill-Murray (Maplewood), 10/17/2007 (Minnesota) [4 of 5 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Ashlynn Bass, Loganville High (W 23-7) at Jackson County HS, 10/19/2007 (n.) (Georgia) [3 FGs (25 yd., 19 yd., 28 yd. + 2 PATs, 1st good FGs]
     5 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 35-28) at Lynwood High, 10/19/2007 (California) [5 of 5 PATs]
     5 PATs  Tera Prosser, Yamhill-Carlton HS (W 41-0) Seaside High, 10/19/2007 (Oregon)
     5 PATs  Sandy Thur, Arroyo Valley HS (W 35-3) San Bernardino HS, 10/19/2007 (California [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Brooke Adkison, Owensville High (W 48-20) at St. James HS, 10/19/2007 (Missouri) [SEE NEXT ENTRY]
     4 PATs  Solveig Barnes, West High (Tracy) (W 28-27) Stagg HS, 10/19/2007 (California) [4 of 4 PATs] 
     2 PATs  Olivia Brock, Conner Cougars (Hebron) (W 40-24) Dayton Belmont, 10/19/2007 (Kentucky (2 of 3 PATs (1 blocked); 3rd yr. on team, 1st game played in.]
     2 PATs  Megan Brown, Shadow Ridge (W 40-6) Arbor View, 10/19/2007 (Las Vegas, Nevada)
     2 PATs  Stephanie Chapman, Owensville High (W 48-20) at St. James HS, 10/19/2007 (Missouri) [SAME GAME AS ABOVE ENTRY]
     4 PATs  Alaynah Weisand, North Miami High (W 34-8) Carroll HS (Flora), 10/20/2007 (Indiana) [4 of 5 PATs (blocked)]
     6 PATs  Alyssa Delgiorgio, Eldorado High, 2007 season (Illinois) [6 of 8 PATs, 0 of 1 FG]
     7 PATs  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (Sedalia) (W 49-21) Marshall High, 10/26/2007 (Missouri)  [7 of 7 PATs]
     1 PAT   Ashley Baker, Framingham State (L 13-30) Massachusetts Maritime, 10/27/2007 (NCAA DIII) [3 women score in DIII in 1 day!]
     1 PAT   Hillary Carter, Earlham College (W 31-14) at Hiram College, 10/27/2007 (NCAA DIII) [1 of 1] [would end w/ 2of 2 PATs on season]
     1 PAT   Hope Mills, Tabb HS (L 7-8) Jamestown HS, 10/27/2007 (Virginia) [Crowned Homecoming Queen at the half]
     1 TD    Veronica Roman, Wilcox Tech (W 47-22) Capital Prep, 10/28/2007 (Connecticut) [6 yard TD run]
     4 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 36-24) Warren High, 10/29/2007 (California) [4 of 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (L 20-27) at Albright College (Reading), 10/27/2007 (NCAA DII) [1 of 1]
     1 PAT   Cory Conrow, Two Harbors HS (L 13-30) at International Falls HS, 10/30/2007 (Minnesota) [Section 7AAA Quarter-Final]
    19 PATs  Sydney Hase, Tartan High, 2007 season (Minnesota) [19 of 21 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Ashley Baker, Framingham State, 2007 season (NCAA DIII) [1 FG, 8 of 11 PATs]
     7 PATs  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (Sedalia) (W 49-6) at Mexico High, 11/1/2007 (Missouri) [7 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 48-9) at Paramount High, 11/2/2007 (California) [6 of 7 PATs]
     7convertBrook McCurdy, Crestwood AAA Juniors (W 42-14) Fenellon Falls Falcons, 11/3/2007 (Ontario, Canada) [Regional Championship/AAA Juniors quarter-final, 7 of 7 converts, 30 yard punts]
     3 PATs  Hope Mills, Tabb High (W 27-26O.T.) Bruton HS, 11/3/2007 (Virginia) [3of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Petra Olsen, Wisconsin Wolves (W 27-8) Indiana Speed, 11/3/2007 (WPFL Wildcard Playoff game) [also 7 of 15 passes compete for 252 yards & 2 TDs]
     3 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 27-24) at Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham, 11/3/2007 (NCAA DIII) [3 of 4 PATs (blocked)]
    22 PATs  Jessica Greer, Cotton-Smith HS (Sedalia), 2007 season (Missouri) [22 of 22 PATs]
     6 PATs  Mackenzie Langemeier, Marion HS (L 35-45) West Campus Cougars (South San Antonio), 11/9/2007 (Texas) [6 of 6PATs]
     5 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 35-14) Downey High, 11/9/2007 (California) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 28-14) Lycoming College, 11/10/2007 (NCAA DIII) [8 of 9 PATs on season]
    36 Pts.  Courtney Cohen, Gulf High, 2007 season (Florida) [30 PATs & 2 FGs (28 & 38 yards)]
    28 Pts.  Solveig Barnes, West High (Tracy), 2007 season (California) [5'8" sr.; 22 of 23 PATs, 2 pf 2 FGs]
    25 PATs  Kodi Look, Iolani High, 2007 regular season (Hawaii) [senior]
    24 PATs  Dallas Butterfield, Antioch High, 2007 season (California) [24 of 26 PATs]
    15 PATs  Katz Nettell, Davison High Freshmen team, 2007 season (Michigan) [15 of 16 PATs, 0 of 1 FG, 6 recovered onside kicks & deep kickoffs; ambidextrous kicker; 5'3" 100 lb.]
     5 PATs  Danielle Torp, Gahr High (W 35-17) Lancaster HS, 11/16/2007 (California) [5 of 5]

     9 Pts.  Lisa Gibbons, Central-Cal Crusaders (W 39-0) Bakersfield Bulldogs, 3/22/2008 (CVFL) [2 of 2 FGs, 3 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Lisa Gibbons, Central-Cal Crusaders (W 42-0) Reedley Renegades, 4/5/2008 (CVFL) [4 of 5 PATs, 0 of 1 FG]
     6 PATs  Michelle Hicks, New England Intensity (W 48-0) Holyoke Hurricanes, 5/3/2008 (IWFL) [6 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Lisa King, Central-Cal Crusaders (W 42-3) Clovis Wolves, 5/10/2008 (CVFL) [6 of 6 PATs] [Lisa Gibbons married on 5/3/2008]
    26 Pts.  Lisa King, Central-Cal Crusaders, Spring 2008 season (CVFL) [men's league] [2 of 3 FGs, 20 of 23 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Sarah Oliver, California Quake (W 37-0) Tucson Monsoon, 5/10/2008 (IWFL) [38 yd. FG & 4 of 5 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Allie Roderique, Boston Militia (L 24-26) New York Sharks, 5/10/2008 (IWFL) [20 yd. FG & 3 PATS.]
     1 PAT   Petra Olsen, Wisconsin Wolves (L 7-14) Chicago Force, 2008 game one (IWFL) [also QB]
     7 Pts.  Kari Alexander, Las Vegas Showgirlz (L 38-41) California Quake, 5/24/2008 (IWFL) [1 of 2 FGs (27 yds. & 4 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Kalyn McDonough (Unionville), South (L 7-27) North, 5/29/2008 Valor Bowl [Pennsylvania HS All-Star game at Kottmeyer Stadium, Downingtown.]
     5 PATs  Arielle Benedict, Dunbar HS v. Cypress Lake, 5/30/2008 [Spring Game] (Florida) [5 of 6]
     7 Pts.  Megan Antonucci, New York Sharks (W 31-0) at Central Pa Vipers, 6/14/2008 (IWFL) [24 yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     3 FGs   Joy Barry, Inglewood Blackhawks (W 36-27) California Longhorns, 7/12/2008 (LCFL- Labelle Community Football Lg.: men's pro lg.) [distances unknown]
     3convertTerri Shannon, Saint John Storm (W 24-14) Moncton Vipers, 7/19/2008 (MWFL Championship, at Halifax) [3 converts] 
    67 Pts.  Lisa Gibbons-King, Central-Cal Crusaders & L.A. Amazons, Spring & Summer 2008 seasons (CVFL & NWFA combined) [26 pts. in CVFL, 60 pts. in NWFA]
    60 Pts.  Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (Kalamazoo), 2008 season (NWFA) [42 of 47 PATs, 6 of 11 FGs]
    42 PATs  Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds, 2008 season (IWFL) [42 of 46 PATs]
    41 Pts.  Lisa Gibbons, Los Angeles Amazons, 2008 season (NWFA) [23 of 29 PATs, 3 TDs, 0 FGs] [67 Pts. total on year w/CVFL stats (see above)]
    31 Pts.  Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2008 season (NWFA) [1 of 4 FGs, 28 of 33 PATs]
    29 Pts.  Christine Huber, Connecticut Crush, 2008 season (NWFA) [0 of 5 FGs, 11 of 13 PATs, 3 TDs]
    28 Pts   Joy Barry, Inglewood Blackhawks, 2008 season (LCFL) [19 of 20 PATs & 3 of 3 FGs] {men's pro league}
    26 PATs  Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion, 2008 season (IWFL) [26 of 27 PATs]
    25 PATs  Allie Roderique, Boston Militia, 2008 season (IWFL) [25 of 27 PATs]
    20 PATs  Andrea Curneal, Fort Wayne Flash, 2008 season (NWFA) [20 of 25 PATs, 0-0 FGs]
     1 PAT   Kaylee Zibawa, Trinity Lions (W 27-0) Praise Academy, 8/15/2008 (Georgia)
     1 PAT   Alyssa Calderwood, West Springfield Spartans v. Oakton High, 8/21/2008 (Virginia) [SCRIMMAGE]
     3 PATs  Deandra Bodenhorst, North Buncombe Black Hawks (W 21-14) Mountain Heritage HS, 8/22/2008 (n.) (North Carolina) [3 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Hilary Fox, Franklin HS (W 35-12) Northview HS, 8/22/2008 (n.) (Indiana) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Rebecka Schafer, Cuyahoga Heights HS (Cleveland) (W 40-12) Columbia HS, 8/22/2008 (Ohio) [4 of 5 PATs; 6 kickoffs for 37.3 avg., 47 long; 13 yd. punt return]
     4 PATs  Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (W 42-21) Terre Haute South, 8/22/2008 (Indiana) [4 of 4]
     3 PATs  Kinsey Lengerich, South Adams (L 21-28) Eastbrook, 8/22/2008 (n.) (Indiana) [3 of 3, missed 20 yd. FG] 
     2 PATs  Jessica Volz, Mt. Healthy HS (Cincinnati) (L 20-21) Bacon HS (Cinc.), 8/22/2008 (Ohio)
     1 PAT   Bethany Kanten, Park City (W 69-7) Canyon View, 8/22/2008 (n.) (Utah) [+ 3 kickoffs]
     1 PAT   Megan Cressoine, Terrebonne v. Ellender HS, 8/28/2008 (Louisiana) [Terrebonne Parish Jamboree]
     7 Pts.  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton (Sedalia) (W 37-19), 8/29/2008 (Missouri) [20 yd. FG, 4 of 4 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Allana Gaither, Akron Firestone )L 24-29) at Northwest HS, 8/29/2008 (Ohio) [34 yd. FG + 3 of 3 PATs]
     6 PATs  Rebecka Schafer, Cuyahoga Heights (Cleveland) (W 42-6) Rhodes HS (Cleveland), 8/29/2008 (Ohio) [6 of 6; 6 kickoffs for 44.3 avg., 50 yds. long; 0 of 1 FG]
     4 PATs  Arielle Benedict, Dunbar HS (W 48-13) Bishop Verot, 8/29/2008 (Florida) [preseason; 4 of 6 PATs, blocked FG]
     4 PATs  Ariel Stephens, Charlestown HS (W 28-24) Brownstone Central, 8/29/2008 (n.) (Indiana) [4 of 4]
     4 PATs  Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (W 28-6) at Martinsville HS, 8/29/2008 (Indiana) [4 of 4]
     2 PATs  Amanda Brenner, Phoenix Arizona Lutheran Academy (L 14-20) Camp Verde, 9/29/2008 (n.) (Arizona)
     2 PATs  Jessica Weislogel, Hamilton HS (W 16-0) Taft HS, 8/29/2008 (n.) (Ohio) [missed 38 yd. FG]
     6 Pts.  Amanda James, Bishop Guilfoyle HS (Altoona) (W 24-23) Westmont Hilltop (Johnstown), 8/30/2008 (Pennsylvania) [26 yd. FG + 3 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Kinsey Lengerich, South Adams (W 59-21) Bluffton, 9/5/2008 (Indiana) [21 yd. FG & 8 of 8 PATs]
     6 PATs  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton HS (W 44-0) Clinton HS, 9/5/2008 (Missouri)
     5 PATs  Celina Mortensen, Franklin Pierce (W 49-28) White River, 9/5/2008 (Washington) [5 of 7•also kickoffs]
    1 tackleCelina Mortensen to stop kickoff returner from scoring.
     4 PATs  Amanda Brenner, Phoenix Arizona Lutheran Academy (L 28-49) at Bisbee HS, 9/5/2008 (n.) (Arizona) [4 of 4]
     4 PATs  Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South (W 34-7) Franklin Central, 9/5/2008 (Indiana) [4 of 5 PATs]
     3 PATs  Allana Gaither, Akron Firestone (L 21-42) at Tallmadge HS, 9/5/2008 (n>) (Ohio) [3 of 3 PATs, missed 26 yd FG]
     1 PAT   Olivia Lust, Akins Eagles (L 13-49) at Hutto High, 9/11/2008 (Texas)
     4 PATs  Mo Patton, Valley View HS Blazers (W 28-0) Corning Bobcats, 9/12/2008 (n.) (Arkansas) [only 1 PAT known for sure]
     3 PATs  Mackenzie Wenger, Dakota HS (W 50-6) at West Carroll, 9/12/2008 (n.) (Illinois)
     2 PATs  Stephanie Keen, Caroline HS (L 20-27) Pohatan HS, 9/12/2008 (n.) (Virginia) [2 of 3 PATs]
     2 PATs  Mai Le, Xavier College Prep (W 14-7) Coachella Valley, 9/12/2008 (California) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Elizabeth Mitchum, Pelion HS (W 42-13) Wagener-Salley, 9/12/2008 (South Carolina) SAME GAME AS NEXT ENTRY
     1 PAT   Kaci Poole, Pelion HS (W 42-13) Wagener-Salley, 9/12/2008 (South Carolina) TWO GIRLS SCOR FOR SAME TEAM IN SAME GAME; SEE ABOVE ENTRY 
     8 Pts.  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton (W 38-29) O'Hara High, 9/19/2008 (Sedalia, Missouri) [22 yd FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
     6 PATs  Sarah Klein, Roosevelt HS (W 42-13) at Garfield HS, 9/19/2008 (Washington) [6 of 6]
     6 PATs  Rebecka Schafer, Cuyahoga Heights (Cleveland) (W 55-14) at Newbury HS, 9/19/2008 (Ohio) [6 of 6 PATs, 9 kickoffs for 37.7 yd avg, 50 yd. long]
     6 Pts.  Jessica Weislogel, Hamilton HS (W 32-7) Mason HS, 9/19/2008 (Ohio) [29 yd. FG & 3 of 4 PATs]
     5 PATs  Dallas Butterfield, Antioch HS (W 47-20) Ygnacio Valley HS (Concord), 9/19/2008 (California)
     4 PATs  Amanda Brenner, Phoenix Arizona Lutheran Academy (W 28-14) Bourgade Catholic, 9/19/2008 (n.)
     2 PATs  Mai Le, Xavier Prep (W 38-14) Lucerne Valley, 9/19/2008 (California) [+ kickoffs, long of 50 yards]
     2 PATs  Olivia O'Neill, Pennridge HS Rams (L 14-28) North Catholic (Philadelphia), 9/19/2008 (Pennsylvania) [Homecoming Queen for 2008]
     7 PATs  Sandy Findley, Parma HS Redmen (W 49-13) Elyria HS, 9/20/2008 (Ohio) [6 known for certain]
    13 Pts.  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton (Sedalia) (W 73-20) Westport HS, 9/26/2008 (Missouri) [27 yd. FG & 10 of 10 PATs•2nd highest in state history]
     7 Pts.  Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area (W 31-0) Dallas High, 9/26/2008 (Pennsylvania) [27 yd. FG & 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Olivia Lust, Akins High (L 21-49) at Austin High, 10/2/2008 (Texas)
     8 Pts.  Hillary Cito, Roosevelt Roughriders (W 20-7) Windsor HS Wizards, 10/3/2008 (Colorado) [36 yd. & 38 yd. FGs + 2 of 2 PATs]
     6 Pts   Dallas Butterfield, Antioch High (W 33-19) Alhambra HS (Martinez), 10/3/2008 (California) [22 yd FG, 3 PATs]
     6 PATs  Sarah Klein, Roosevelt High (W 42-13) at Lake Washington, 10/3/2008 (Washington) [6 of 6]
     5 PATs  Olivia O'Neill, Pennridge HS (L 35-45) Central Bucks East (Doylestown), 10/3/2008 (Pennsylvania) [5 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Stacey Tatum, Grace Baptist Academy (W 45-14) Lookout Valley, 10/3/2008 (Tennessee) [2 of 2 PATs]
     8 PATs  Tiina Santajoki, Finland (W 64-0) Sweden, Oct. 4, 2008 (International game) [8 of 8 PATs•0 of 1 two-pt. PAT]
     3 PATs  Olivia O'Neill, Pennridge High (W 20-7) Hatboro-Horsham HS, 10/10/2008 (n.) (Pennsylvaniaa) [crowned homecoming queen at halftime•3 of 4 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Rebecka Schafer, Cuyahoga Heights HS (W 31-14) at Richmond Heights HS, 10/17/2008 (Cleveland, Ohio) [30 yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Dallas Butterfield, Antioch HS (W 49-14) Liberty HS (Brentwood), 10/17/2008 (California) [7 of 7]
     6 PATs  Monica Weil, Bangor HS (Bethlehem Township) (W 42-14) Notre Dame (Green Pond), 10/17/2008 (n.) )Pennsylvania) [6 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Celina Mortensen, Franklin Pierce HS (W 28-87) aat Clover Park HS, 10/17/2008 (Washington) [4 of 4]
     8 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 20-13) Widener College, 10/18/2008 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [30 yd FG & 22 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Kacy Stuart, New Creation Center (W 39-8) East Atlanta HS, 10/18/2008 (n.) (Georgia) [3 of 3]
    12 PATs  Brooke Johnson, Covington Middle School 8th Grade team (Vancouver), 2008 season (Washington) [12 of 15 PATs; 14-years old•PATs worth 2 pts.]
     3 PATs  Megan Taylor, Bellflower HS (W 27-21) Cerritos HS, 10/23/2008 at Gahr HS (California) [3 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Maile Labor, Santa Rita Eagles (W 69-0) Douglas HS, 10/24/2008 (Arizona) [4 of 5 PATs]
       KOs   Abby McCollum, Monroe High (W 35-0) Ainsworth HS, 10/24/2008 (n.) (Michigan) [3 kickoffs during game•played safety during season]
     3 PATs  Jaelisa Rehal, Longwood Lions (W 45-13) Brentwood HS, 10/25/2008 (Long Island, New York)
     5 PATs  Sarah Klein, Roosevelt HS (L 41-55) at Eastlake HS, 10/31/2008 (Washington) [5 of 6]
     5 PATs  Celina Mortensen, Franklin Pierce (L 35-49) at Peninsula HS, 10/31/2008 (Washington) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Rachael Moore, Hanover High (W 42-21) at Lee-Davis, 10/31/2008 (Virginia)
     1 PAT   Brooke Lacock, Pequea Valley (L 7-26) at Northern Lebanon, 10/31/2008 (Pennsylvania) [PAT after brother Nick Lacock's TD run]
     1 PAT   Olivia Lust, Akins High (L 7-37) Bastrop High, 10/31/2008 (Texas)
     1 PAT   Jenna Wood, East Fairmont HS (L 13-22) at Parkersburg, 10/31/2008 (West Virginia)
     7 PATs  Celina Mortensen, Franklin Pierce (W 55-8) at Highline High, 11/6/2008 (Washington)
     1 PAT   Olivia Vatch, Immaculate Conception (W 36-17) Casey-Westfield, 11/28/2008 (Illinois) State Class 2A Championship Game
    81 Pts.  Jessica Greer, Smith-Cotton Tigers, 2008 season (Sedalia, Missouri) [5'6" sr.•69 of 81 PATs, 4 FGs]
    48 Pts.  Rebecka Schafer, Cuyahoga Heights (Cleveland), 2008 season (Ohio) [1 of 2 FGs•45 of 51 PATs•50 kickoffs for 1,899 yds. (37.98 yd. avg.)•5'9"]
    36 Pts.  Brandy Rosales, El Paso Socorro HS, 2008 season (Texas) [3 of 3 FGs•27 of 36 PATs]
    36 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College, 2008 season (N.C.A.A. Divison III) [3 of 3 FGs•27 of 30 PATs]
    35 Pts.  Jessica Weislogel, Hamilton High, 2008 season (Ohio) [sr.•3 of 5 FGs•26 of 28 PATs]
    34 PATs  Monica Weil, Bangor High, 2008 season (Pennsylvania) [5'5" jr.•34 of 34 PATs]
    31 PATs  Celina Mortensen, Franklin Pierce High, 2008 season (Washington) [+ 1 tackle]
            •• Celina's sisters Megan Mortensen would kick extra points in 2011 & 12•Molly Mortensen in 2013.
    30 Pts.  Dallas Butterfield, Antioch Panthers, 2008 season (California) [5'9" jr.•27 of 30 PATs, 1 FG]
    30 Pts.  Sarah Klein, Roosevelt High, 2008 season (Washington) [1-4 FGs•27-30 PATs]
    29 Pts.  Catherine “Cat” Wallace, Riverbend HS, 2008 season (Virginia) [jr.•20 PATs, 3 FGs, long of 33 yds.]
    25 PATs  Amanda Brenner, Arizona Lutheran Academy, 2008 season (Arizona) [25 of 25 PATs, 0 of 1 FG]
    25 PATs  Ashley Dry, Haskell HS Indians, 2008 season (Oklahoma) [25 of 30 PATs]
    22 Pts.  Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area High, 2008 season (Pennsylvania) [19 PATs•27 yd. FG]
    19 Pts.  Millie Triano, St. Mary's HS (Albany), 2008 season (California) [27 yd. FG + 16 PATs]
    14 PATs  Elizabeth Mitchum, Pelion Panthers, 2008 season (South Carolina) [14 of 16 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Hillary Whitehead, Bloomington South, 2008 season (Indiana) [11 of 12 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     9 PATs  Jessica Volz, Mount Healthy High, 2008 season (Cincinnati, Ohio) [9 of 13 PATs]
     8 PATs  Arielle Benedict, Dunbar High Tigers, 2008 season (Florida) [8 of 8 PATs]
     x PATs  Kristine Ma, Gulf Coast HS Junior Varsity, 2008 season (Florida) [unknown # of PATs & kickoffs•5'0"]
     5 PATs  Alyssa Papotto, Platt Panthers (W 35-20) Maloney Spartans, 11/18/2008 [Powder Puff game] (Falcon Field, Meriden, Connecticut) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Lizzie Whitehill, Marblehead Magicians (W 10-0) Swampscott HS, 11/22/2008 [Powder Puff game] (Piper Field, Marblehead, Massachusetts) [ 27 yd. FG & PAT]
    *1 PAT   Olivia Vatch, Immaculate Conception (Elmhurst) (W 36-17) Casey-Westfield, 11/28/2008 (Illinois Class 2A State Championship) [1st female to score in state championship, 12 PATs on season] Memorial Stadium, Champaign
     5 PATs  Sam Dimitri, Deptford High Powder Puff game, Npv. 2008 (New Jersey) [5 of 5 PATs]

     1 PAT   Maile Labor, Team Stars & Stripes (U.S. HS All-Stars) (L 21-38) at Team Japan (under-19 Junior National Team), 3/21/2009, Global Challenge Bowl  at Kawasaki [1 of 2 PATs] 
     4 PATs  Jennifer Bloom, Sacramento Sirens (W 46-0) California Quake, 4/19/2009 (IWFL)
     8 Pts.  Kristen Chatterton, Moncton Vipers (W 20-6) Saint John Storm, 6/6/2009 (MWFL) [One 2-pt. convert + TD]
     8 Pts.  Tiffany Ketchum, Capital Area Lady Gladiators (W 26-0) Halifax Xplosion, 6/6/2009 (MWFL) [One 2-pt. convert + punt return TD]
    24 Pts.  Darby Thibodeau, Moncton Vipers (W 48-0) Halifax Xplosion, 6/20/2009 (MWFL) [6 two-pt. converts + 2 TDs]
     2convertTerri Shannon, Saint John Storm (W 36-0) at Capital Area Lady Gladiators, 6/20/2009 (MWFL) [Two 2-pt. converts]
    19 Pts.  Alex Black, Capital Area Lady Gladiators (W 33-6) Halifax Xplosion, 6/27/2009 (MWFL) [1 two-pt. convert + 3 TDs]
    75 Pts.  Jeanette Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 2009 regular season (WFA) [1 of 1 FG (25 yds.)•18 of 25 PATs•six 2-pt. PATs•7 TDs]
    71 Pts.  Kara Fultz, Fort Wayne Flash, 2009 season (WFA) [1 of 3 FGs (24 yds.)•20 of 25 PATs•8 TDs]
    63 Pts.  Lauren Bracco, Pittsbirgh Passion, 2009 season (IWFL) [1 of 1 FG (22 yds.), 36 of 40 PATs, 4 rushing TDs]
    54 Pts.  Lisa King, California Lynx, 2009 season (WFA) [10 of 13 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT•7 TDs]
    49 Pts.  Katie Ode, St. Louis Slam, 2009 regular season (WFA) [31 of 35 PATs•three 2-pt. PATs•2 TDs]
    45 Pts.  Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2009 regular season (WFA) [21 of 25 PATs•4 TDs]
    45 Pts.  Danielle Thompson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2009 regular season (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs (35 yds.)•20 of 20 PATs•2 two-pt. PATs•3 TDs]
    42 PATs  Lauren Pringle, New York Sharks, 2009 season (IWFL) [12 of 22 PATs•0-0 FGs•5 TDs (1 rush, 4 rec.)]
    39 Pts.  Carolyn Lee, Chicago Force, 2009 season (IWFL) [2 of 3 FGs, 33 of 39 PATs]
    38 Pts.  Molly McAfee, Indiana Speed, 2009 season (WFA) [2 of 4 FGs (30 yd. long)•32 of 38 PATs]
    37 PATs. Allie Roderique, Boston Militia, 2009 season (IWFL) [37 of 52 PATs, 0-0 FGs]
    35 PATs  Kathryn Hemlock, D.C. Divas, 2009 season (IWFL) [35 of 44 PATs, 0-0 FGs] ONE MORE TO GO
    34 Pts.  Shanna McCarron, Seattle Majestics, 2009 season (IWFL) [15 of 21 PATs•3 rushing TDs]
    34 Pts   Kendra Paul, Iowa Thunder, 2009 season (WFA) [3 of 6 FGs (36 yd. long)•23-24 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT]
    34 PATs  Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds, 2009 season (IWFL) [34 of 37 PATs, 0 of 1 FG]
    33 Pts.  Georgina German, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2009 regular season (WFA) [1 of 1 FGs (27 yds.)•12 of 17 PATs•3 TDs]
    33 Pts.  Tiffany Soggs, Cleveland Fusion, 2009 season (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs•10 of 13 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT•3 TDs]
    32 Pts.  Liz Carrier, New Orleans Blaze, 2009 season (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs (25 yds.)•5 of 9 PATs•4 TDs]
    30 Pts.  Jennifer Bloom, Sacramento Sirens, 2009 season (IWFL) [2 of 4 FGs (40 yds. & ??yds. same 6/13 game)•18 of 30 PATs•1 rushing TD]
    28 Pts.  Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers, 2009 season (IWFL) [7 of 10 PATs, 1 of 1 FG (20 yds.), 3 receiving TDs]
    27 Pts.  Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe, 2009 season (IWFL) [ONE GAME TO GO, 2 of 4 FGs, 21 of 27 PATs] 
    25 Pts.  Tiffany Joyner, Erie Illusion, 2009 season (IWFL) [7 of 9 PATs•3 rushing TDs]
    22 Pts.  MaryBeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem, 2009 regular season (WFA) [2 of 2 FGs (35 yd. long)•16 of 18 PATs]
    19 PATs  Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2009 season (WFA) [19 of 21 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
    16 PATs  Christina Hutchinson, Houston Energy, 2009 season (IWFL) [16 of 18 PATs, 0-0 FGs]
    13 PATs  Kerri Richardson, New England Intensity, 2009 season (IWFL) [13 of 20 PATs]
    11 PATs  Ashleigh Bepko, New York Nemesis (Albany), 2009 season (IWFL) [11 of 18 PATs, 0 of 1 FG]
    10 PATs  Kari Alexander, Las Vegas Showgirlz, 2009 season (WFA) [10 of 17 PATs]
     4 PATs. Tiffany Bozeman, Orlando Mayhem, 2009 season (IWFL) [4 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Michelle Kephart, Erie Illusion, 2009 season (IWFL) [3 of 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Isabella Bluhm, New York Sharks, 2009 season (IWFL) [1 of 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Brantley Mack, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2009 season (WFA) [1 of 8 PATs•also 2 TDs]
     1 PAT   Vanessa Phillips-Bosshart, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2009 season (WFA) [1 of 3 PATs] 
     6 PATs  Christin Davis, Monroe Catholic (W 42-0) at Delta Junction HS, 8/8/2009 (Alaska) [6 of 6 PATs•1st time using goal post ever•4'10"]
    12 PATs  Sarah Colvin, Eielson HS Ravens (W 84-7) Valdez Buccaneers, 8/14/2009 (Alaska) [12 of 12 PATs]
     1 PAT   Samantha Miller, Central High (T 14-14) Gibbs HS, 8/14/2009 (n.) (Tennessee) Kick Off Classic  Neyland Stadium, Knoxville [1 of 1]
     1 PAT   Christin Davis, Monroe Catholic Rams (W 27-26O.T.) Sitka HS, 8/20/2009 (n.) (Alaska) [winning kick in OT•4'10¾"] at Kiwanis Field, Fairbanks
     4 PATs  Tarra Gabriel, Kamehameha Warriors (W 34-2) at Kailua HS, 8/21/2009 (Hawaii) [4 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton High (W 38-12) Eastern Greene, 8/21/2009 (Indiana)
     1 FG    Ariel Stephens, Charlestown Pirates (W 15-13) Madison HS Cubs, 8/21/2009 (Indiana) [25-yd. FG w/45 seconds left, to win]
     1 PAT   Angelia Marrero, Wildwood Wildcats (L 7-21) South Sumter High, 8/27/2009 (n.) (Florida)
     4 PATs  Ariel Stephens, Charlestown High (W 35-14) at Brownstown Central, 8/28/2009 (Indiana) [4 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Miranda Bell, Mineral Wells Rams (W 27-20) Glen Rose HS Tigers, 8/28/2009 (n.) (Texas) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Jamie Gominger, Pass Christian (L 7-28) at St. Patrick (Biloxi), 8/28/2009 (Mississippi)
     1 FG    Sandy Findley, Parma HS Redmen (W 25-23) Midpark Meteors, 8/29/2009 (Ohio) [37 yard FG w/2 seconds to go, for win•1 of 2 FGs in game (miss 40 yd.)]
     5 PATs  Erin Benson, Spotswood HS (W 49-14) William Monroe HS, 9/4/2009 (Virginia) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Heavin Warner, Benton High (W 40-13) at Bishop LeBlond, 9/4/2009 (Missouri)
     3 PATs  Des Braly, Mingus Union (W 33-0) Prescott Badgers, 9/4/2009 (n.) (Arizona) [3 of 5 PATs (2 blocked)]
     3 PATs  Ashley Dry, Haskell High (L 21-35) Stigler HS, 9/4/2009 (n.) (Oklahoma) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Jennifer Ehlers, Western Heights Jets (W 21-14) Elk City HS, 9/4/2009 (Oklahoma) [3 f 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Courtney Richards, Papillion-La Vista South (W 33-28)at Kearney HS, 9/4/2009 (Nebraska) [3 of 4]
     2 PATs  Clare Berry, St. Wendelin (L 14-59) Lima Perry, 9/4/2009 (Ohio) [also 60 yard kickoff]
     2 PATs  Sami Molina, Cabell Midland Knights (W 20-16) Capital HS (Charleston), 9/4/2009 (West Virginia) [2 of 2 PATs] 
     1 PAT   Abby McCollum, Monroe Trojans (L 7-41) Chelsea HS, 9/4/2009 (n.) (Michigan)
     2 PATs  Jessica Norris, Lake Travis HS Junior Varsity, 2009 game (Texas)
     1 PAT   Rachelle Tekler, Platte Valley (W 7-6) Roosevelt HS, 9/4/2009 (Colorado) [1st qtr.] {Rachel?}
     5 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 47-42) at Gettysburg College, 9/5/2009 (N.C.A.A. Div. III) [5 of 7 PATs]
     1 PAT   Jessica Saunders, Flint Carman-Ainsworth (L 7-47) at Warren De La Salle, 9/5/2009 (n.) (Michigan)
     6 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linyon-Stockton J.V. (W 36-16) Eastern Greene, 9/8/2009 (n.) (Indiana) [28 yd. FG & 3 {PATs]
    50yd K.O.Kara Drewke, Oklahoma Christian Academy (L 28-74) Depew HS, 9/11/2009 (Okla.) [4 kick offs, 50-yd. long•0 of 2 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Kaila Forster, Libby HS (W 50-28) Corvallis HS, 9/11/2009 (Montana) [6 of 6 PATs, 2-pt. PAT conversion as receiver]
     8 Pts.  Elizabeth Mitchum, Pelion High (W 38-18) at Wagener-Salley, 9/11/2009 (South Carolina) [21 yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
     6 PATs  Lori Barnes, Richmond Hill (W 52-0) Savannah HS, 9/11/2009 (Georgia) [6 of 7 PATs]
     5 PATs  Nicole “Nikki” McKee, Walnut High (W 44-20) Diamond Bar, 9/11/2009 (California) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Des Braly, Mingus Union (W 42-14) at Payson HS. 9/11/2009 (n.) (Arizona) [4 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Ashley Dry, Haskell Indians (W 28-21) Yale High, 9/11/2009 (n.) (Oklahoma) [4 of 4 PATs]
     1 pooch Ashley Dry, Haskell Indians (W 28-21) Yale High, 9/11/2009 (n.) (Oklahoma) [Pooch kick recovered for winning TD drive]
     4 PATs  Sami Molina, Cabell Midland (W 28-14) Winfield HS, 9/11/2009 (West Virginia) [4 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Samantha Miller, Central HS (L 14-42) Anderson County, 9/11/2009 (n.) (Tennessee) [2 of 3 PATs]
     2 PATs  Haylee Thompson, Wood River Wolverines (W 14-13) Wendell Trojans, 9/11/2009 (Idaho) [Winning pt. w/ 1:00 left•2 of 2 PATs•blocked 30 yd. FG]
     1 PAT   Alexis “Lexi” Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 31-12) Lowellville HS, 9/11/2009 (Ohio) [1 of 5 PATs•brother Jimmy Zubick is punt returner]
     7 PATs  Sarah Colvin, Eielson Ravens (W 42-12) Skyview HS Panthers, 9/12/2009 (Alaska) [7 of 7 PATs]
     4 PATs  Katrina Cass, Frnklin HS (Elk Grove) (W 28-10) Sacred Heart Cathedral (San Francisco), 9/12/2009 (a.m.) (California) [4 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Tarra Gabriel, Kamehameha HS (W 28-10) at Punahou HS, 9/12/2009 (Hawaii) [4 of 4 PATs] at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu
     3 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 27-20) Ursinus, 9/12/2009 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [3 of 3 PATs, 0 of 1 FG]
     2 PATs  Emma Murray, Patch High (Stuttgart, Germany) (W 14-8) v. “German team”, 9/12/2009 (DoDDS-Europe) [scrimmage]
     5 PATs  Jaelisa Rehal, Longwood HS (L 35-40) at Connetquot HS, 9/17/2009 (Long Island, New York) [5 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Brianna Valente, New Canaan Rams (W 50-7) Bassick Lions, 9/17/2009 (n.) (Connecticut)
     1 PAT   Jessica Wingert, Bear Creek (L 21-34) at Chatfield High, 9/17/2009 (n.) (Colorado)
     9 Pts.  Cheyanne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 51-7) at Wood High, 9/18/2009 (n.) (California) [6 of 6 PATs•31 yd. FG]
     7 Pts.  Rachelle Tekler, Platte Valley (L 13-16O.T.) Faith Christian, 9/18/2009 (Colorado) [2 FGs:27 yds. in 4tth23 yds. in OT•1 PAT]
     6 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 48-7) Ripon Christian, 9/18/2009 (California [6 of 7]
     5 PATs  Katelin Fields, Ravenna Ravens (W 41-0) Norton High, 9/18/2009 (Ohio) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Brooke Lacock, Pequea Valley (W 35-25) at Fleetwood HS, 9/18/2009 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [5 of 5 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Ashley Vellucci, Penn Manor Comets (Millersville) (W 49-14) Exeter Township, 9/18/2009 (Pennsylvania) [31 yd. FG + 2 PATs]
     4 PATs  Ashley Dry, Haskell High (W 28-20) at Drumright HS, 9/18/2009 (n.) (Oklahoma) [4 of 4 PATs•Homecoming Queen on 9/25]
     1 PAT   Jordy Baddeley, Petaluma Trojans (W 42-13) at Ukiah High, 9/18/2009 (n.) (California)
     1 PAT   Jamie Council, Atascadero HS (W 48-34) at Gilroy HS, 9/18/2009 (California) [1 of 2 PATs•Ambidextrous kicker]
     1 PAT   Jen Mermelstein, Camp Hill (L 7-37) Trinity HS, 9/18/2009 (Pennsylvania)
     1 PAT   Jenna Whipple, Potterville HS Vikings (W 19-7) at Saranac HS, 9/18/2009 (Michigan) [1 of 2 PAT kicks•PAT pass incomplete]
     3 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 32-3) at Moravian College, 9/19/2009 (N.C.A.A. Division III) [3 of 3 PATs]
     1 TD    Sarah Colvin, Eielson Ravens (W 69-6) at Delta Junction, 9/25/2009 (Alaska) [2 yard TD run• + PATs]
     9 Pts.  Kaila Forster, Libby HS (L 27-48) at Polson HS, 9/25/2009 (Montana) [19 yd. FG•25 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Taylor Belmont, Oregon City Pioneers (W 37-24) Lakeridge HS, 9/25/2009 (Oregon) [24 yd. FG + 4 of 5 PATs]
     6 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 48-20) at Albany HS, 9/25/2009 (California [6 of 6]
     2 FGs   Ariel Stephens, Charlestown HS (W 6-0) at Corydon HS, 9/25/2009 (n.) (West Virginia) [22 yd. FG in 1st qtr.•25 yd. FG in 3rd qtr.]
     4 PATs  Andrea Hill, Chaparral HS (Temecula) (W 56-13) Valley View HS (Moreno Valley), 9/25/2009 (California) [Voted Homecoming Queen at halftime]
     4 PATs  Abby McCollum, Monroe High (W 28-20) at Saline HS, 9/25/2009 (Michigan) [4 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Arielle Benedict, Dunbar Tigers (W 48-0) Gateway Charter, 9/25/2009 (Ft. Meyers, Florida)
     1 PAT   Samantha “Sam” Angell, Bloom Township HS (W 19-2) at Rich South, 9/25/2009 (Illinois)
     1 PAT   Brooke Helmberger, Papillion-La Vista (W 34-14) Omaha Bryan, 9/25/2009 (n.) (Nebraska) [Elected Homecoming Queen the day before]
     8 Pts.  McHale Perkins, Hollis-Brookline (W 38-6) John Stark HS. 9/26/2009 (New Hampshire) [24-yd. FG•5 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Christin Davis, Monroe Catholic (W 25-8) Seward Seahawks, 9/26/2009 (Alaska) [Voted Homecoming Queen at halftime]
     9 Pts.  Shelby Walker, Bloomfield Bobcats (W 60-0) at Zuni High, 10/2/2009 (New Mexico) [23 yard FG & 6 of 8 PATs]
     5 PATs  Des Braly, Mingus Union (W 47-7) at Paradise Valley, 10/2/2009 (Arizona) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kaylynn Dill, Bellevue High (W 45-7) Bishop Brossart, 10/2/2009 (Kentucky) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kristan Bowie, Gorham High (W 52-14) Scarborough HS, 10/2/2009 (n.) (Maine) [4 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Bianca Takacs, Gulf Breeze (L 27-61) Panama City HS, 10/2/2009 (n.) (Florida) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Josie Diaz, Victor Valley (W 34-0) at Sultana HS, 10/2/2009 (n.) (Alaska) [1 of 1 PAT]
     8 PATs  Cheyanne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 62-0) at Rio Americano, 10/3/2009 (California) [8 of 9 PATs]
     8 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 70-8) at Valley Christian, 10/3/2009 (California [8 of 9 PATs]
     1 PAT   Katie Mitchell, Madras Middle School Eagles (L 13-42) Arnall Middle School, 10/6/2009 (Georgia) [Coweta County Middle School Athletic League Playoffs 1st round]
    14 Pts.  Shelby Walker, Bloomfield HS Bobcats (W 68-7) Tohatchi HS, 10/9/2009 (n.) (New Mexico) [2 of 3 FGs & 1 blocked + 8 of 9 PATs•37 yds. & 19 yds. FGs]
     7 Pts.  Jenna Whipple, Potterville Vikings (W 43-0) Bath HS, 10/9/2009 (Michigan) [24 yd. FG & 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Alana Gaither, Firestone High (W 48-14) at North HS (Akron), 10/9/2009 (n.) (Ohio) [School record 6 PATs in game]
     5 PATs  Tarra Gabriel, Kamehameha HS (W 44-20) at Pac-Five HS, 10/9/2009 (Hawaii) at Aloha Stadium, Honolulu
     5 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 47-6) at Big Valley Christian (Modesto), 10/9/2009 (California [5 of 7 PATs]
     2 PATs  Michiela Constancio, Oak Hills HS (Hesperia) (W 56-6) Pacific HS, 10/9/2009 (n.) (California) [2 of 6 PATs]
     1 PAT   Shauna Stout, North Myrtle Beach (W 28-7) Georgetown HS Bulldogs, 10/9/2009 (South Carolina) [1 of 1 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Emily Krause, Trinity Trojans (W 24-14) Chanel HS, 10/10/2009 (Cleveland, Ohio) [22 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     2Pt.PAT Gina Cassidy, Dunellin HS (W 58-0) at Cardinal McCarrick HS, 10/10/2009 (New Jersey) [Fullback•2-Pt. conversion (PAT)]
     x PATs  Alexandria “Alex” Dallman, Mohave HS Freshmen team, 2009 season (Arizona) [also safety & wide receiver]
     7 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 55-0) at Forestville HS, 10/16/2009 (California) [7 of 8]
     5 PATs  Taylor Belmont, Oregon City (W 35-14) Putnam HS, 10/16/2009 (n.) (Oregon) [5 of 5 PATs]
     5 PATs  Dallas Butterfield, Antioch HS (W 47-3) aat Liberty HS, 10/16/2009 (California) [5;9" sr.•5 of 7 PATs]
     5 PATs  Brianna Valente, New Canaan (W 35-0) Seymour HS, 10/16/2009 (Connecticut) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Nicholette Sartori, Palm Bay (W 24-13) Wiregrass Ranch, 10/16/2009 (n.) (Florida) [23 yd. FG•1 of 2 PPATs (1 blocked)]
     3 PATs  McKenzie Karas, Arbor View HS (L 21-55) at Palo Verde HS, 10/16/2009 (Nevada) [3 o 3 PATs]
     2 PATs  Carrie Armijo, Hogan High (L 20-30) Rodriguez HS, 10/16/2009 (n.) (California) [2 of 3 PATs (1 blocked)]
     4 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 40-14) at Fairleigh Dickinson-Florham, 10/17/2009 {N.C.A.A. DIII)
   *20 PATs  Kaila Forster, Libby HS Loggers, 2009 season (Montana) [State record 20 straight PATs during season]
     1 PAT   Tori Reuning, Fannin County Seniors (W 20-0) Frosh, 10/20/2009 (n.) (Georgia) [Fannin County HS Powder Puff Championships (flag football)•also 75 yard TD run & 25 yd TD run]
     1 PAT   Holly Wolford, Fannin County Juniors (W 23-0) Frosh, 10/20/2009 (n.) (Georgia) [Fannin County Powder Puff Championships (flag football)•also TD reception] 
     6 Pts.  Katelin Fields, Ravenna HS (W 39-0) Field Falcons, 10/23/2009 (Ohio) [25 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Sarah Bradley, Deep Run HS (W 23-7) Patrick Henry HS, 10/23/2009 (Virginia) [38-yd. FG & 2 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Brandy Rosales, Socorro HS (W 35-17) Hanks High, 10/23/2009 (El Paso, Texas) [5 of 5]
     5 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 41-6) Delta HS, 10/23/2009 (n.) (California) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Catherine “Cat” Wallace, Riverbend HS (L 35-45) Massaponax High, 10/23/2009 (Virginia) [5 of 5 PATs] 
   *10 PATs  Katie Zebrowski, Dundee High (W 76-13) Batavia Notre Dame HS, 10/29/2009 (New York Section V Class D championship game) [10 of 11 PATs•Section V record•10 straight before miss]
     4 PATs  Mackenzie Domske, Ashe County Husky JV (W 40-0) Forbush Falcons, 10/29/2009 (n.) (North Carolina) [10/31?•4 of 6 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Shelby Walker, Bloomfield Bobcats (W 62-0) at Crownpoint HS, 10/30/2009 (New Mexico) [Two 20 yard FGs & 6 PATs]
     7 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 49-12) at Lathrop HS, 10/30/2009 (California [7 of 7 PATs]
     4 PATs  Emily Meerdink, Lincoln Trojans (Stockton) (W 34-14) Lodi HS, 10/30/2009 (California) [4 of 5 PATs•her sister Jenna Meerdink kicked for Lincoln in 2001]
     3 PATs  Courtney Walton, Speedway HS (W 35-6) at Centerville HS, 10/30/2009 (Indiana) [3 of 3•Class 2A Sectional 29 semifinal]
     2 PATs  Kelsey Gonzalez, Golden Valley (L 26-42) Saugus HS, 10/30/2009 (n.) (California) [2 PATs•1 blocked]
     1 PAT   Alina Perez, Valley HS (Sacramento) (L 13-72) at Franklin HS (Elk Grove), 10/30/2009 (California)
    TWIN SISTER Rosina Perez also PK on team, no score on season. (team rarely scored)
     6 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 24-0) at Widener College, 10/31/2009 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [21 yd. FG, 3 of 3 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Tarra Gabriel, Kamehameha Warriors (W 45-21) Punahou High, 11/5/2009 (n.) (Hawaii) [Interscholastic League of Honolulu Division I Championship at Aloha Stadium] [24 yd. FG + 4-6 PATs]
     7 PATs  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 55-8) Vacaville Christian, 11/6/2009 (n.) (California [7 of 8]
     7 Pts.  Cat Wallace, Riverbend Bears (W 31-27) at North Stafford, 11/6/2009 (Virginia) [28 yard FG•4 of 4 PATs] (Catherine “Cat” Wallace•Homecoming Queen during season)
     4 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Miners (W 28-24) North Daviess, 11/6/2009 (n.) (Indiana: Class A Section 40 Championship)
     1 PAT   Brooke Helmberger, Papillion-La Vista (L 34-55) Millard South, 11/6/2009 (Nebraska Class A State Playoffs, 2nd round) [3 of 5 PATs for season] (sr.)
     7 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 31-21) Lycoming, 11/7/2009 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [23 yd. FG, 4 of 4 PATs] 2,750
    11 Pts.  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian (W 77-0) Woodland Christian, 11/13/2009 (California) [8 of 10 PATs + 19 yd FG]
     1 PAT   Jaelisa Rehal, Longwood Lions (L 7-12) Connetquot Thunderbirds, 11/13/2009 (n.) (N.Y.- Suffolk League I semifinal)
     5 PATs  Cheyanne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 47-7) Rodriguez HS (Fairfield), 11/20/2009 (n.) (California) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kassy McCarthy, Waunakee HS (W 34-21) Kimberley Papermakers, 11/20/2009 (Wisconsin WIAA Division 2 State Championship at Camp Randall Stadium, Madison) [4 of 5 PATs•0 of 1 FG attempt]
     2 PATs  Carina Saverino, New Britain HS (W 14-6) Southington HS, 11/23/2009 (Connecticut POWDER PUFF All-girls game)
    78 Pts.  Kassy McCarthy, Waunakee HS, 2009 season (Wisconsin) [72 of 72 PATs (68-68 reg. season)•2 of 4 FGs]
    71 Pts.  Ashley Smith, Bradshaw Christian, 2009 season (California) [68 PATs•1 FG]
    50 Pts.  Cheyanne Maxwell, Inderkum High, 2009 season (California) [47 PATs & 31 yd. FG]
    35 Pts.  Sarah Bradley, Deep Run High, 2009 season (Virginia) [23 PATs•4 FGs]
    32 PATs  Kaylynn Dill, Bellevue HS Tigers, 2009 season (Kentucky)
  * 27 PATs  Taylor Belmont, Oregon City HS, 2009 season (Oregon) [State record broken by Carly Moore, Scappoose HS, 2010]
    23 PATs  Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers, 2009 season (Ohio) [soph]
    22 PATs  Katie Zebrowski, Dundee HS Scots, 2009 season (New York) [22 pf 31 PATs]
    21 PATs  Jaelisa Rehal, Longwood Lions, 2009 season (New York: Long Island)
    21 Pts.  Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area High, 2009 season (Pennsylvania) [18 PATs•34 yd. FG]
    18 PATs  Katie Lahera, Grayslake North Sophomores, 2009 season (Illinois) [18 of 29 PATs]
    17 PATs  Nikki McKee, Walnut High, 2009 season (California) [17 PATs•1 pass defensed]
    15 PATs  Ashley Dry, Haskell HS Haymakers, 2009 season (Oklahoma) [15 of 15 PATs•19 KOs for 538 yards, 37 yards long] 
    15 PATs  Mai Le, Xavier Prep, 2009 season (California) [+ 20 kickoffs•45-yds. longest•1 tackle]
    11 Pts.  Sam Dimitri, Deptford High, 2009 season (New Jersey) [2 FGs•5 PATs]
     9 PATs  Katrina Cass, Franklin HS (Elk Grove), 2009 season (California)
     8 PATs  Julie Kurek, St. Ignatius College Prep, 2009 season (Chicago Catholic League, Illinois) [8 of 11 PATs]
     7 PATs  Meghan Prendergast, Springfield HS, 2009 season (Ohio)
     7 PATS  Brianna Valenta, New Canaan Rams, 2009 season (Connecticut)
     5 PATs  Arielle Benedict, Dunbar HS Tigers, 2009 season (Florida)
     4 PATs  Jenna Green, Kennedy Catholic, 2009 season (Pennsylvania)
     2 PATs  Angela Antonini, Gibbstown Falcons midget team, 2009 season (South New Jersey) [12 yrs. old]
     2 PATs  Grace Adams, Discoovery Canyon Campus HS, 2009 game (Colorado) [2 of 2 PATs]
    39 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College, 2009 season (N.C.A.A. Division III) [33 of 40 PATs•2 of 4 FGs]
    83 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College, career [68 of 79 PATs•5 of 7 FGs•11 games 2009•10 games 2008•3 games 2007]

     1 PAT   Katie Hnida, Fort Wayne FireHawks (L 27-55) Cincinnati Commandos, 4/2/2010 (CIFL)
      • Hnida also kicked for the Kosciusko County Mustangs of the Interstate Football League (IFL) later this season.
    11 PATs  Julie Perreault, Montreal Blitz (W 76-0_ at Binghamton Tiger Cats, 4/3/2010 (IWFL) [11 of 11 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 77-0) at Iowa Crush, 4/3/2010 (IWFL) [19 yd. FG & 5 of 6 PATs]
    17 Pts   Erin Sheriff, Iowa Crush (W 35-14) at Minnesota Vixen, 4/10/2010 (IWFL) [5 of 5 PATs•1 reception TD•1 interception TD]
     6 PATs  Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion (W 49-0) Philadelphia Firebirds, 4/17/2010 (IWFL) [6 of 6 PATs]
    10 Pts.  Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds (W 79-0) Minnesota Vixen, 4/24/2010 (IWFL) [27 yd. FG•7 of 7 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 27-0) Pittsburgh Passion, 4/24/2010 (IWFL) [2 of 2 FGs (45 yard long]•3-3 PATs] 45 yds.: Women's pro record
     1 PAT   Celeste Robinson, New York Sharks (W 65-14) Connecticut Crushers, 4/24/2010 (IWFL) [1 of 7 PATs•1-8 PATs on season]
    21 Pts.  Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 45-13) Indiana Speed, 5/1/2010 (WFA) [32 yd. FG•6-6 PATs•2 TDs]
    18 Pts.  Leslie Gittings, Wisconsin Warriors (W 50-12) at Wisconsin Wolves, 5/1/2010 (IWFL) [6 of 6 PATs & 2 TDs]
     2 PATs  Kriste McTamaney, New York Sharks (W 50-8) Jersey Justice, 5/1/2010 (IWFL) [2 of 3 PATs]
    10 Pts.  Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 80-0) at Minnesota Vixen, 5/15/2010 [25 yd. FG & 7 of 7 PATs] 
    19 Pts.  Leslie Gittings, Wisconsin Warriors (W 55-0) Minnesota Vixen, 5/22/2010 (IWFL) [7 of 8 PATs2 TDs]
    11 Pts.  Kathryn Hemlock, D.C. Divas (W 49-3) Philadelphia Firebirds, 5/29/2010 (IWFL) [5 of 6 PATs•86 yd kickoff return TD to open game]
    11 Pts.  Jessica Javelet, So Cal Scorpions (W 43-6) Bat Area Bandits, 5/29/2010 (IWFL) [0 of 2 FGs•5 of 6 PATs•1 TD]
    10 Pts.  Laura O'Malley, Philadelphia Firebirds (L 3-49) at D.C. Divas, 5/29/2010 (IWFL.) [1 of 1 FG (34 yds.•7 of 7 PATs]
     8 PATs  Kerri Richardson, New England Intensity v. Southern Maine Rebels, 5/29/2010 (IWFL) [8 of 8 PATs]
     1 PAT   Suzy Permar, Tennessee Valley Tigers (W 25-8) Louisville Nightmare, 5/29/2010 (IWFL)
     3 PATs  Megan Antonucci, New York Sharks (W 27-10) at Pittsburgh Passion, 6/5/2010 (IWFL) [3 of 4 PATs] 
    35 Pts.  Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 73-0) Detroit Dark Angels, 6/19/2010 (WFA) [30 yd. FG•8 PATs•4 TDs]
     5 PATs  Emily Williams, Team U.S.A. (W 63-0) Austria, 6/27/2010 IFAF World Championships at Stockholm, Sweden [5 of 6 PATs]
     2 PATs  Gabriele Duvinage, Germany (W 14-0) Sweden, 6/29/2010 IFAF World Championships at Stockholm [2 of 2 PATs]
     3 PATS  Emily Williams, Team U.S.A. (W 72-0) Finland, 7/1/2010 IFAF World Championships at Stockholm [3 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Terri Shannon, Canada (W 20-12) Germany, 7/1/2010 IFAF World Championships semifinal at Stockholm, Sweden [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Sally Maple, Team U.S.A. (W 72-0) Finland, 7/1/2010 IFAF World Championships at Stockholm [1 of 3 PATs]
     6 PATs  Emily Williams, Team U.S.A. (W 66-0) Canada, 7/3/2010 IFAF World Championships Gold Medal game at Stockholm, Sweden [6 of 6 PATs]
     1 PAT   Jennifer Prior, Flint Fury (L 16-22) Flint Rampage, 7/10/2010 (MCFL) [semi-pro]
    14 PATs  Emily Williams, Team U.S.A., 2013 IFAF World Championships (14 of 17 PATs) 
   196 Pts.  Chantel “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2010 season (WFA) [7-8 FGs (43 yds long)•51-52 PATs•19 TDs•5 2-pt. PATs]
   101 Pts.  Jessica Javelet, So Cal Scorpions, 2010 season (IWFL) [1 FG (23 yds.)•26 of 35 PATs•12 TDs]
    87 Pts.  Jeanette Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 2010 season (WFA) [41-46 PATs•7 TDs•2 2-pt. PATs•7 TD passes]
    66 Pts.  Alana Gaither, Firestone High, 2010 season (Ohio) [45 PATs•7 FGs]
    65 Pts.  Jennifer Bloom, Sacramento Sirens, 2010 season (IWFL) [41 of 54 PATs•4 TDs]
    65 Pts.  Lisa King, Pacific Warriors, 2010 season (WFA) [21-28 PATs•7 TDs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    57 Pts.  Leslie Gittings, Wisconsin Warriors, 2010 season (IWFL) [21 of 28 PATs•6 TDs]
    54 Pts.  Tricia Nishikawa, Las Vegas Showgirlz, 2010 season (WFA) [6 FGs (41 yds long)•36-41 PATs]
    53 Pts.  Kim Smallwood, Houston Power, 2010 season (WFA) [1-1 PAT•8 TDs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    51 Pts.  Carolyn Lee, Chicago Force, 2010 season (IWFL) [0 of 3 FGs•27 of 32 PATs•4 TDs]
    51 PATs  Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2010 season (WFA) [51 of 52 PATs•also 7 of 8 FGs•see above 196]
    50 Pts.  Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2010 season (WFA) [1-3 FGs (33 yds)•17-21 PATs•5 TDs]
    49 Pts   Erin Sheriff, Iowa Crush, 2010 season (IWFL) [1 of 4 FGs (38 yds.)•10 of 11 PATs•6 TDs (2 int.)•1 TD pass]
    45 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam, 2010 season (WFA) [3-4 FGs (39 yds long)•28-31 PATs•1 TD•1 Safety]
    45 Pts.  Kendra Parker, Iowa Thunder, 2010 season (WFA) [2-3 FGs (30 yds long)•13-15 PATs•4 TDs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    40 Pts.  Karla Fultz, Indiana Speed, 2010 season (WFA) [2-3 FGs (25 yds long)•30-38 PATs•2 Safeties]
    39 Pts.  Kristen Auel, Columbus Comets, 2010 season (WFA) [3 of 13 PATs•6 TDs]
    39 Pts.  Candice Snyder, Pittsburgh Force, 2010 season (WFA) [2-4 FGs 43 yds long)•9-14 PATs•4 TDs]
    36 Pts.  Marika Barto, New Orleans Blaze, 2010 season (WFA) [1-2 FGs (27 yds)•3-7 PATs•5 TDs•7 TD passes]
    36 Pts.  Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe, 2010 season (IWFL) [27 of 30 PATs•3 of 5 FGs (19, 25 & 28 yds.)]
    34 Pts   Julie Perreault, Montreal Blitz, 2010 season (IWFL)
    33 Pts.  Tiffany Soggs, Cleveland Fusion, 2010 season (WFA) [1-2 FGs (33 yds)•30-35 PATs]
    32 Pts.  Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine, 2010 season (WFA) [1-2 FGs (34 yds)•15-18 PATs•2 TDs•1 2-pt PAT]
    30 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2010 season (WFA) [16-18 PATs•2 TDs•1 2-pt. PAT•0-1 FG]
    30 Pts.  Marquetta “Shon” Mosley, Carolina Raging Wolves, 2010 season (WFA) [4 PATs•3 TDs•4 2-pt. PATs•3 TD passes]
    30 Pts.  Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia, 2010 season (IWFL) [15 of 24 PATs•5-5 PATs]
    29 Pts.  Jessica Javelet, So Cal Scorpions, 2010 season (IWFL) [26 of 35 PATs•1 of 5 FGs]
    28 Pts.  Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers, 2010 season (IWFL) [2 of 4 FGs (36 yd. long)•4 of 6 PATs•3 TDs]
    26 PATs  Georgina German, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2010 season (WFA) [26 of 33 PATs]
    25 Pts   Emily Tidwell, Dallas Diamonds, 2010 season (IWFL) [2 of 2 FGs (27 & 35 yds.)•19 of 22 PATs]
    23 Pts.  Amy Boyce, Houston Power, 2010 season (WFA) [21-31 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    17 PATs  Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2010 season (WFA) [17 of 21 PATs]
    16 Pts.  Samantha Hearnes, Central Cal War Angels, 2010 season (WFA) [4-4 PATs•2 TDs•0-3 FGs]
    16 Pts.  Chelley Hewitt, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2010 season (WFA) [2 PATs•2 TDs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    14 Pts.  Lauren Bracco, Pittsburgh Passion, 2010 season (IWFL) [1 of 2 FGs (19 yds)•11 of 15 PATs]
    13 Pts.  Tiffany Bozeman, Central Florida Anarchy, 2010 season (WFA) [1-4 FGs•10-13 PATs]
    13 PATs  Emily Schnittger, Columbus Comets, 2010 season (WFA) [13 of 24 PATs]
    12 PATs  Erin Graham, Carolina Phoenix, 2010 season (IWFL) [12 of 25 PATs•0-3 FGs]
    11 Pts.  Amy Leach, New Jersey Titans, 2010 season (WFA) [3-5 PATs•1 TD•1 2-pt. PAT]
     8 Pts.  Jacki Clark, Toledo Reign, 2010 season (WFA) [2-2 PATs•1 TD•0-2 FGs•1 TD pass]
     8 PATs  Sabreena Lachlainn, Detroit Dark Angels, 2010 season (WFA) [8-13 PATs•0-4 FGs]
     8 Pts.  Daniella “Jersey” Ottaiano, Lone Star Mustangs, 2010 season (WFA) [2 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
     7 Pts   Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Cardinals, 2010 seasom (CIFL) [men's indoor league•1-16 FGs (24 yds.)•4-11 PATs]
     6 PATs  Megan Antonucci, New York Sharks, 2010 season (IWFL) [6-13 PATs]
     5 PATs  Christine Anderson, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 2010 season (WFA) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kriste McTamaney, New York Sharks, 2010 season (IWFL) [4 of 7 PATs]
     3 PATs  Ashley Blackford, Iowa Thunder, 2010 season (WFA) [3-4 PATs•0-1 FG]
     3 PATs  Liz Carrier, New Orleans Blaze, 2010 season (WFA) [3 of 5 PATs]
     3 PATs  Katie Ode, St. Louis Slam, 2010 season (WFA) [3 of 3 PATs]
     2 PATs  Alyssa Foutz, Utah Blitz, 2010 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Kim Shaw, Tampa Bay Pirates, 2010 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Christine Dorenkamp, Iowa Thunder, 2010 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Melissa Griffith, Austin Outlaws, 2010 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Tara Purcell, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 2010 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     2 PATs  Chistine Hardin, Elizabethton High (W 20-0) Sullivan East, 8/13/2010 (Tennessee) pre-season scrimmage Three Rivers Conference Jamboree at Sullivan North HS, Kingsport
     1 PAT   Courtney Heinz, Mansfield HS v. Irving Nimitz HS, Aug. 2010 (Texas) [scrimmage]
     4 PATs  Christine Hardin, Elizabethton HS (W 28-13) at Volunteer HS, 8/20/2010 (Tennessee) [4 of 4 PATs (incl. 25-yd. PAT)•miss 31-yd. FG]
     4 PATs  Jade Montgomery, Unionville Piedmont (W 40-0) Monroe Parkwood, 8/20/2010 (North Carolina) [4 of 5 PATs & kickoffs] {Parkwood's PK Anna Villanella didn't kick}
     1 PAT   McKenzie Hallstrom, Lejeune Devilpups (L 15-28) Swansboro HS, 8/20/2010 (North Carolina)
     1 PAT   Emily Lakin, Stansbury High (W 7-6) at Maple Mountain, 8/20/2010 (Utah)
     1 PAT   Jessica Markovcic, Screven County (W 29-7) at South Effingham, 8/21/2010 (a.m.) (Georgia)
     3 PATs  Meghan Dotten, Service Cougars (W 36-21) East HS, 8/27/2010 (n.) (Anchorage, Alaska) [3-3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Celisa Hahn, East High (L 21-36) Service HS, 8/27/2010 (n.) (Alaska) [3-3 PATs]
      • The above game featured 3 female kickers: Taylor Bomar & Meghan Dotten of Service HS and Celisa Hahn of East HS
     3 PATs  Katie Lahera, Grayslake North (W 27-15) Woodstock North, 8/27/2010 (Illinois) [3-3 & tackle on kickoff return]
     1tackle Katie Lahera, Grayslake North (W 27-15) Woodstock North, 8/27/2010 (Illinois)
     2 PATs  Jacqueline Fraga, Interlachen HS (W 14-6) at P.K. Yonge HS, 8/27/2010 (Florida) [Game called after 3 qtrs. due to cramping and rain.]
     2 PATs  Emily Lakin, Stansbury High (L 20-49) Provo HS, 8/27/2010 (Utah) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Taylor Bomar, Service Cougars (W 36-21) East High, 8/27/2010 (Anchorage Alaska) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Lauren Luttrell, Spotsylvania HS (L 13-49) Massaponax HS, 8/27/2010 (Virginia)
     1 PAT   Megan Wojciechowski, Jordan Red Jackets (L 7-10) Northside HS, 8/27/2010 (Georgia)
     5 Pts.  Ashley Finn, Romeo Bulldogs (W 17-10) at Dakota HS, 9/2/2010 (Michigan) [23 yard FG & 2 of 2 PATs•substitute kicker for day]
     3 PATs  Megan Davison, Perry Ramblers (W 28-9) at Whitmore Lake HS, 9/2/2010 (n.) (Michigan) [3 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Grace Adams, Discovery Canyon Campus HS JV (W 14-13) Legend HS, Sep. 2010 (Colorado) [2 of 2]
     2 PATs  Mary-Kathryn Fiebernitz, Linden High (W 32-26O.T.) Fenton HS, 9/2/2010 (Michigan) [2 of 4 PATs incl. 25 yd. PAT•cousin Eddie Walterhouse on kickoffs]
    11 PATs  Jacqueline Fraga, Interlachen HS (W 77-0) Orlando Christian Prep. 9/3/2010 (Florida) [11 of 12 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     9 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 45-0) Wood Memorial, 9/3/2010 (n) (Indiana) [35yd FG & 6 of 6 PATs]
     9 PATs  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum High (W 63-12) at Chavez HS (Stockton), 9/3/2010 (California)
     8 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 68-0) Biggs HS, 9/3/2010 (California) [8 of 10 PATs]
     5 PATs  Taylor Bumbarger, Curwensville Area High (W 49-26) Smethport Hubbers, 9/3/2010 (n.) (Pennsylvania)
     5 PATs  Tara Marshall, Land O'Lakes HS (W 49-6) at Ridgewiid HS, 9/3/2010 (Florida) [5 of 5 PATs]
     5 PATs  Carly Moore, Scappoose High (W 41-19) Molalla High, 9/3/2010 (Oregon) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kristina Coyne, Chartier Valley (L 28-35) Montour HS, 9/3/2010 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [4 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Emily Lakin, Stansbury HS (W 31-0_ at Ogden HS, 8/3/2010 (Utah) [4 of 4]
     2 PATs  April Goss, Hopewell High (W 14-7) Belle Vernon, 9/3/2010 (Pennsylvania) [2 of 2]
     1 PAT   Jessica Flanery, Mountain View (L 7-34) at Heber Springs, 9/3/2010 (Arkansas) [Twin brother Jeremy Flanery plays fullback.]
     1 FG    Cheyenne Bunner, Madison High (W 17-14O.T.) Erwin HS, 9/3/2011 (North Carolina) [FG of undisclosed distance to win game]
     1 PAT   Taylor “Toy Cannon” Haire, Matanzas High Junior Varsity, Sep. 2010 (Florida)
     9 PATs  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum High (W 63-13) Florin HS (Sacramento), 9/10/2010 (California) 
		• [sister Hailey Maxwell kicker on Inderkum freshman team]
     7 Pts.  Amanda Bennett, Frontier HS (W 44-7) South HS, 9/10/2010 (Bakersfield, California) [27=yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs
     6 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 55-26) at Summerville HS, 9/10/2010 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     2 PATs  Halle Meadows, Frontier HS (W 44-7) South HS, 9/10/2010 (California) [2 of 2 PATs]
      • NOTE: Two girls scoring for Frontier High (Bakersfield, Cal.) in 9/10/2010 game. [above].
     1 PAT   Hallie Bates, Frankfort HS (W 34-6) Western Hills, 9/10/2010 (Kentucky)
     2 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (L 14-17) Grove City, 9/11/2010 (N.C.A.A. DII) [2 of 2 PATs•career 87 pts. ties NCAA career female record of Tonya Butler, West Alabama]
     7 Pts.  Grace Adams, Discovery Canyon Campus HS (W 31-0) Woodland Park, 9/16/2010 (Colorado) [28-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     8 PATs  Allana Gaither, Firestone Falcons (W 72-0) Kenmore HS, 9/17/2010 (Akron, Ohio) 
     7 PATs  Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (Temecula) (W 55-0) Army-Navy High (Carlsbad), 9/17/2010 (California) [7 of 7 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Jessica Markovcic, Sceven County HS (W 31-0) at Southeast Bulloch, 9/17/2010 (Georgia) [27-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Ruth Cazier, Highland Park (W 52-20) at Kansas City-Harmon, 9/17/2010 (Kansas) [6 of 6 PATs] 42-0?
     5 Pts.  Julie Kurek, St. Ignatius College Prep (W 23-7) at De La Salle, 9/17/2010 (Chicago Catholic League, Illinoi) [22-yd. FG + 2 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 35-6) at Le Grand, 9/17/2010 (California) [5 of 5 PATs]
     5 PATs  Carly Moore, Scappoose High (W 47-0) Fulton HS (Vernon, British Columbia), 9/17/2010 (Oregon) [5 of 7 PATs]
     2 FGs   Jacqueline Fraga, Interlachen HS (W 33-18) at Port St. Joe, 9/17/2010 (Florida) [2 30-yard FGs + 2 PATs for 8 Pts.]
     3 PATs  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (W 21-6) Moravian College, 9/18/2010 (N.C.A.A. DII) [3 of 3 PATs•Sets NCAA female record for career pts.]
     2 PATs  Taylor Specker, Quabbin Regional (W 14-0) North HS (Worcester), 9/23/2010 (Massachusetts)
     7 PATs  Nicole “Nikki” McKee, Walnut Mustangs (W 49-42O.T.) Covina HS, 9/24/2010 (California) [7 of 7]
     6 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 70-28) at Rio Vista, 9/24/2010 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     6 PATs  Katie Scalzo, Wyoming Area HS (W 42-24) Hanover Area, 9/24/2010 (Pennsylvania) [6 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Meghan Prendergast, Springfield HS (W 36-6) Trotwood-Madison, 9/24/2010 (Ohio) [3 of 4]
     3 PATs  Halle Meadows, Frontier HS (W 35-34) at Clovis North, 9/24/2010 (California) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Meaghan Murphy, Lewiston=Porter (W 33-14) at Maryvale HS, 9/24/2010 (New York)
     2 PATs  Hallie Bates, Frankfort High (W 48-27) Middleboro HS, 9/24/2010 (Kentucky)
     2 PATs  Taylor Millheim, Emmaus HS (W 20-15) Freedom HS, 9/24/2010 (Pennsylvania) [2 of 3]
     1 PAT   Meya Bizer, The Woodlands Highlanders (W 35-0) at Atascocita HS, 9/25/2010 (Texas) [Mia?]
     9 Pts.  Meredith Brown, Vienna Vikings Ladies (W 29-0) Budapest Wolves Ladies, 9/27/2919 (AFL-DL Austria) [plus TD]
    10 Pts.  Chynna Hartmann, Eldoradi Sundevils (W 58-28) at Sunrise Mountain HS, 10/1/2010 (Nevada) [29-yd. FG & 7 of 7 PATs]
     8 PATs  Tara Marshall, Land O' Lakes HS (W 56-6) at Gulf High, 10/1/2010 (Florida) [8 of 8]
     6 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 42-0) Golden Sierra, 10/1/2010 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Halle Meadows, Frontier HS (W 55-37) West HS, 10/1/2010 (Bakersfield, California) [4 of 4•Amanda Bennett 1 of 3 PATs, same game.]
     3 PATs  Jackie Kasburg, Doylestown Chippewa (L 27-55) Rittman HS, 10/1/2010 (Ohio) [Elected Homecoming Queen at halftime.]
     3 PATs  Meaghan Murphy, Lewiston=Porter (W 27-14) Albion HS, 10/1/2010 (New York)
     2 PATs  Andrea Jonsson, Dakota Ridge (L 16-35) at Monarch HS, 10/1/2010 (Colorado) [& missed FG]
     7 PATs  McHale Perkins, Hollis-Brookline (W 55-8) Pelham HS, 10/2/2010 (New Hampshire)
     8 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton Junior Varsity (W 58-0) at North Daviess JV, 10/4/2010 (Indiana) [25yd FG & 5 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 56-8) at Union HS (Dugger), 10/8/2010 (Indiana) [26yd FG & 6 of 6 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Allana Gaither, Akron Firestone (W 45-6) at Ellet Orangemen, 10/8/2010 (n.) (Ohio) [43 yard FG & 6 PATs]
     6 PATs  Kaila Deitrich, Williams Valley (W 48-6) at Halifax High, 10/8/2010 (Pennsylvania) [6 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Tara Marshall, Land O' Lakes (W 50-7) at Anclote HS, 10/8/2010 (Florida) [6 of 6]
     6 Pts.  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 50-14) at Pioneer HS, 10/8/2010 (n.) (California) [21-yd. FG & 3 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Meaghan Murphy, Lewiston=Porter (W 33-7) Tonawanda HS, 10/8/2010 (New York)
     2 PATs  Mary Bertocki, Valley High (L 17-29) Kittanning HS, 10/8/2010 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [2 of 2]
     2 PATs  Megan Davison, Perry High (L 14-56) Lansing Catholic, 10/8/2010 (Michigan) at Holt JHS
     2 PATs  Beth Roberts, Kaiser Cats (Fontana) (W 55-14) Hesperia High, 10/8/2010 (California) [2 of 2]
     1 PAT   Courtney Heinz, Mansfield High (L 35-41) at Duncanville HS, 10/8/2010 (n.) (Texas) [1 of 1]
     8 PATs  Julie Kurek, St. Ignatius College Prep (W 62-30) at St. Joseph, 10/9/2010
     2 PATs  Julia Molee, Davis Drive Middle School v. Apex Middle School, 10/11/2010 (North Carolina)
     5 PATs  Jayci Peay, Maple Mountain (W 47-7) Ogden High, 10/13/2010 (Utah) [5 of 7 PATs•Also punter]
    10 PATs  Angela Brown, Linfield Christian (Temecula) (W 33-14) Arrowhead Christian Academy (Redlands), 10/15/2010 (n.) (California) [40-yd. & 35-yd. FGs + 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Tara Marshall, Land O' Lakes HS (W 49-3) Wesley Chapel, 10/15/2010 (Florida) [7 of 7]
     5 Pts   Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum High (W 23-20) Yuba City, 10/15/2010 (California) [31-yd. FG & 2 of 3 PATs] 
     5 PATs  Carly Moore, Scappoose High (W 41-7) at Yamhill-Carlton, 10/15/2010 (Oregon) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Mary-Kathryn Fiebernitz, Linden Eagles (W 28-27) Brandon HS, 10/15/2010 (Michigan) [4 of 4]
     3 PATs  Haylee Thompson, Wood River (W 27-20) at Burley HS, 10/15/2010 (Idaho) [3 of 3]
     2 PATs  Emilee Zuna, Chancellor High (W 48-0) Spotsylvania HS, 10/15/2010 (Virginia) [2 of 3 PATs] Emmilee?
     1 PAT   Chynna Hartmann, Eldorado High (W 28-27O.T.) at Chaparral HS, 10/15/2010 (Mevada) [Winning PAT in OT]
     2 PATs  Melissa Smiles, Holly High (W 14-13) Lansing Waverly, 10/16/2010 (Michigan) [2 of 2•winning point]
 1st  1 TD    Mariah Provost, J.C. Birdlenough HS (Phoenix) (L 19-33) Homer High, 10/16/2010 (New York) [QB: 3 of 6 completions for 79 yards•2 tackles•1st female to score a TD in New York State]
    10 Pts   Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (W 34-31) at Bellefontaine HS, 10/22/2010 (Ohio) [Two 32 yd. FGs + 4 of 4 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Ellie Oliver, Shasta High (W 53-20) Enterprise HS, 10/22/2010 (n.) (California) [21-yd. FG. & 6 of 6 PATs•River Bowl XVIII, Thompson Field, Redding]
     8 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 56-14) at San Juan HS, 10/22/2010 (California) [8 of 8 PATs] 
     5 PATs  Kaila Deitrich, Williams Valley (W 47-28) at Newport HS, 10/22/2010 (Pennsylvania) [5 of 7 PATs]
     5 Pts   Carly Moore, Scappoose High (W 45-6) Tillamook HS, 10/22/2010 (Oregon) [22-yd. FG & 2 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Melissa Smiles, Holly High (W 35-28) Brandon Blackhawks, 10/22/2010 (Michigan) [5 of 5]
     5 PATs  Rachel Albright, La Salle Junior Varsity (W 41-22) Verbum Dei JV, 10/23/2010 (California) [5 of 6 PATs]
     1convertTaylor Doucette, Fundy Cyclones (W 14-12) Moncton Vipers, 10/24/2010 (NBJGFL) [One 2-pt. convert, winnng points]
     6 Pts.  Bianca Alarcon, Oak Creek (W 42-30) at Muskego HS, 10/25/2010 (Wisconsin) [31-yd. FG & 3 of 4 PATs]
     8 PATs  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 56-7) River Valley, 10/29/2010 (California) [6 of 8]
     7 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 55-0) Encina Prep (Sacramento), 10/29/2010 (California) [7 of 7 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Rachel Albright, La Salle Junior Varsity (W 30-14) at Mary Star of Sea JV, 10/29/2010 (California) [FG & 3 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Jenia Crail, Prairie View HS (L 10-20) Wheat Ridge High, 10/29/2010 (Colorado) [27-yd. FG & 1 PAT]
     3 PATs  Krista Carroll, Kingsway Regional (W 27-0) at Deptford HS, 10/29/2010 (New Jersey) [3 of 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Allison Schau, Climax-Scotts (W 43-14) St. Joseph Michigan Luther, 10/29/2010 (n.) (Michigan) [Brother Alex Schau was the holder]
    12 Pts.  Taylor Doucette, Fundy Cyclones (W 30-3) Oromocto Blues, 10/31/2010 (NBJGFL) [Three 2-pt. convert kicks & 26-yd. TD run]
     8 Pts.  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (W 38-14) at Natomas, 11/5/2010 (California) [5 of 5 PATs•17-yd. FG]
     6 Pts.  Rachel Albright, La Salle JV (W 36-25) at Bishop Montgomery, 11/5/2010 (California) [3 of 5 PATs•30 yd FG]
     5 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (L 17-28) Perry Central, 11/5/2010 (n) (Indiana) [21 yd FG + 2 of 2 PATs]
 1st  1 PAT   Asha Holden, Educational Complex (St. Croix) (W 49-0) St. Croix Combined Private Schools, 11/8/2010 (U.S. Virgin Islands)
     8 PATs  Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (W 56-20) Washingtpm Blue Lions, 11/6/2010 (Ohio DIII Ohio State Playoffs 1st round)
    48 Pts.  Amanda Rizzo, North Haven Powder Puffs (W 54-16) Amity HS, 11/22/2010 (Connecticut) [Powder Puff Game•6 TDs & 6 PATs (placekicks worth 2-pts.]
 * 100 Pts   Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College, career {2007-2010} (NCAA DII) [All-Division Female Scoring Record]
    71 Pts.  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (Sacramento), 2010 season (California)
    63 Pts.  Jade Montgomery, Unionville Piedmont HS, 2010 season (North Carolina) [48 PATs•5 FGs]
    49 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton HS, 2010 season (Indiana) [3 FGs & 40 of 47 PATs]
    41 Pts.  Angela Brown, Linfield Christian HS, 2010 season (California) [6 FGs & 23 PATs]
    35 Pts.  Jessica Flanery, Mountaiun View HS, 2010 season (Arkansas) [23 of 24 PATs•4 of 7 FGs]
    34 Pts.  Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee, 2010 season (Ohio) [28 of 30 PATs & two 32 yard FGs]
    34 Pts.  Carly Moore, Scappoose Indians, 2010 season (Oregon) [31 PATs & 22-yd. FG]
    28 Pts   Rachel Albright, La Salle HS Junior Varsity, 2010 season (California) [19 of 28 PATs•3 FGs•128 yards on Kickoffs]
    21 PATs  Kristina Coyne, Chartiers Valley HS, 2010 season (Washington) [21 of 24 PATs]
    21 PATs  Becca Keller, Lake Mills High, 2010 season (Wisconsin) [soph•21 of 24 PATs]
    17 Pts.  Jenia Crail, Prairie View High, 2010 season (Colorado) [14 PATs & 1 FG (27 yds.)]
    17 Pts.  Jessica Markovcic, Screven County HS, 2010 season (Georgia) [14 of 17 PATs•1 of 3 FGs (27-yds.]
    17 Pts.  Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College, 2010 season (N.C.A.A. DIII) [14-20 PATs•1 FG]
     7 PATs  Brianna Valente, New Canaan Rams, 2010 season (Connecticut) [14 of 20 in 2 year career]
     x PATs  Emily Kruger, Cedar Creek HS Junior Varsity (Egg Harbor City), 2010 season (New Jersey)

    26 Pts.  Jeanette “Nettie” Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles (W 52-0) New England Nightmare, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [30 yd. FG•16 yd. TD•14 yd TD•66 yd. rec. TD•5-6 PATs]
    19 Pts.  LeeAnne Thompson, Arizona Assassins (W 39-0) at So Cal Scorpions, 4/16/2011 (W.F.A.) [36 yd. FG•4-4 PATs•2 TDs]
    17 Pts.  Jacki Clark, Toledo Reign (W 23-0) Kentucky Karma, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [29 yd. FG•2-3 PATs•2 TD (rush)]
    16 Pts.  Jeanette “Nettie” Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles (W 28-12) Keystone Assault, 5/7/2011 (W.F.A.) [4-4 PATs•23 yd. int. ret. TD•90 yd. int. ret. TD]
    16 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 70-8) Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 6/4/2011 (W.F.A.) [10-10 PATs•1 rush TD•1 40yd. punt]
    13 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 43-6) Indy Crash, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [1-1 FGs (25 yds.)•4-5 PATs•1 TD•2 punts]
    12 Pts.  Andrea Grant, San Diego Surge (W 84-0) Las Vegas Showgirlz, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [24 yd. FG•9-12 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe (W 82-0) at Iowa Xplosion, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [36 yd. FG & 9-9 PATs]
    11 PATs  Caroline Duckworth, DC Divas (W 77-0) North Eastern Nitro, 5/7/2011 (W.F.A.) [11 of 11 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia (W 37-24) at DC Divas, 6/25/2011 (W.F.A.) [3 of 4 FGs (42yds, 24 yds., 35 yds.)•2 of 3 PATs]
    10 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 52-6) at Savanah Sabres, 4/2/2011 (W.F.A.) [1-2 FGs (40 yds.)•7-7 PATs
     7 Pts.  Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 45-29) at Port Huron Predators, 4/2/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [26-yd FG & 4 of 5 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Dallas Butterfield, Modesto Maniax (W 41-6) So-Cal Breakers, 4/16/2011 (I.W.F.L.) [28 & 32 yd. FGs + 5 of 5 PATs]
     8 Pts.   Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (L 21-24) Dayton Silverbacks, 4/22/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [25-yd & 23-yd. FGs + 2 of 2 PATs]
    10 PATs  Andrea Grant, San Diego Surge (W 82-0) Pacific Warriors, 4/30/2011 (W.F.A.) [10 of 10 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Tricia Nishikawa, Silver State Legacy (W 27-3) So Cal Scorpions, 4/30/2011 (W.F.A.) [2 of 4 FGs (37 yds & ?? yds.)•3-3 PATs•4 punts (47 long)]
     9 Pts   Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws (W 68-0) Tulsa Eagles, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [9-10 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Julie harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 42-14) at Indianapolis Enforcers, 4/9/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [6 of 6 PATs]
     2 PATs  Silvana Paonessa, Nature Coast Technical HS v. Tampa Catholic HS, Spring 2011 (Florida) [Spring Game•2 of 3 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Kim Ford, West Michigan Mayhem (W 63-0) at Dayton Diamonds, 5/21/2011 (W.F.A.) [5-7 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs]•also total for season
     9 Pts   Katie Runk, Keystone Assault (W 14-8) Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 6/11/2011 (W.F.A.) [1-1 PATs•2 rush TDs•1 2-pt. PAT•punts•also total for season]
     7 Pts.  Laura O'Malley, Philadelphia Firebirds (W 23-6) at Baltimore Nighthawks, 5/7/2011 (I.W.F.L.) [2 FGs (29 & 33 yds)•1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Nikki Bowers, Savannah Sabers (L 14-36) at Central Florida Anarchy, 4/9/2011 (W.F.A.) [1-1 PAT•(1 TD pass)•all for season]
     3 PATs  Jennifer Starkey, DC Divas (W 35-20) Boston Militia, 4/2/2011 (W.F.A.) [3 of 4 PATs•also total for season]
    13 Pts.  Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights (W 52-6) Indianapolis Enforcers, 4/17/2011 (C.I.F.L.) [20-yd, 23-yd & 17-yd FGs & 4 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Danielle Resha, Boston Ravens (W 16-14) Taunton Gladiators, 7/9/2011 (Eastern Football League) [men's league] [1 of 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Sarah Bradley, Virginia Hornets (W 47-0) Carolina Stallions, 7/16/2011 (MLF) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Sarah Bradley, Virginia Hornets (W 23-14) Philadelphia Phoenix, 7/23/2011 (MLF Men's League)
     3 PATs  Sarah Bradley, Virginia Hornets (W 33-0) Carolina Stallions, 7/30/2011 (MLF) [Men's semi-pro•3 of 5 PATs]
     2 FGs   Laura O'Malley, East (W 20-0) West, 7/31/2011 (I.W.F.L. All-Star Game)
   133 Pts.  Liz Sowers, Kansas City Tribe, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-3 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs•21 TDs (20 rec.º1 int. ret.]
    84 Pts.  Ronkia Toombs, Miami Fury, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2 of 2 PATs•2 2-pt PATs•13 TDs (1 k.o. ret.º1 fum. rev.º1 int. ret.º3 rec.•6 rush)]
    81 Pts.  Erica Lipstraw, Toledo Reign, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•13 TDs (8 rushº3 rec.º2 k.o. ret.]
    79 Pts.  Andrea Grant, San Diego Surge, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2-4 FGs•73-84 PATs]
    61 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2-2 FGs (long 25 yds)•17-18 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•6 TDs (5 rushº1 rec.)•7 punts for 27 yd. avg. (long 35 yds.)]
    51 Pts.  Jennifer Boling, Iowa Xplosion, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-4 PATs•8 TDs (4 rushº2 rec.º1 int. ret.º1 k.o. ret.)]
    49 Pts.  LeeAnne Thompson, Arizona Assassins, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-1 FG (36 yds.)•8-11 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•6 TDs (5 rec.•1 int. ret.]
    48 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3 FGs (long 40 yds.)•39-39 PATs•Incomplete, DOES NOT include last few games]
    46 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [28-34 PATs•3 rush TDs•58-yard punt]
    46 Pts.  Amanda Sweeten, Kansas City Tribe, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 FGs (36 yds.)•43-44 PATs]
    46 Pts.  Alicia Turner, Utah Blitz, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2-4 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•7 TDs (rushing)]
    42 Pts.  Jacki Clark, Toldeo Reign, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 FGs (29 yds)•15-23 PATs•4 rush TDs•(3 TD pass)]
    42 Pts.  Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Knights, 2011 season (C.I.F.L. men's league) [18 of 23 PATs•8 of 14 FGs]
    40 Pts.  Keisha McDonald, Miami Fury, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2 of 2 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•6 rush TDs]
    37 Pts.  Ariel Sylve, New Orleans Blaze, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-5 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs•5 rush TDs•9 punts (long of 41 yds.]
    36 Pts.  Rachel Fischer, Keystone Assault, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-4 FGs (long 15 yds.)•4 TDs•(5 TD passes)]
    36 Pts.  Kara Fultz, Indy Crash, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [30-36 PATs•1 int. ret. TD]
    35 Pts.  Emily Williams, Dallas Diamonds, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [4-4 FGs (long 31 yd.)•23-29 PATs]
    29 Pts.  Tricia Nishikawa, Silver State Legacy, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [4-11 FGs (long 43 yds.)•17-22 PATs•20 punts for 31 yds. avg. (long 63 yds.]
    28 Pts.  Kayla Kemp, West Michigan Mayhem, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [4-7 PATs•4 rushing TDs]
    27 PATs  Caroline Duckworth, DC Divas, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [27 of 29 PATs]
    27 PATs  Annabella “Bella” Geist, Rex Putnam HS, 2013 season (Oregon) [27 of 30 PATs]
    26 Pts.  Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-5 FGs (long 27 yds.)•5-6 PATs•2 TDs (receptions)•6 punts for 38 yds. avg]
    25 Pts.  Keondra Greer, Miami Fury, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1 of 1 PAT•4 TDs (1 punt ret.º1 int. ret.º 2 rush)•(6 TD passes)]
    25 Pts.  Tiffany Soggs, Cleveland Fusion, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 PATs•4 rushing TDs]
    24 Pts.  Carolyn Lee, Chicago Force, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [8-14 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs•2 TDs (rushing)]
    22 PATs  Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [22 of 25 PATs]
    22 Pts.  Ashley Snyder, Boston Militia, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-5 FGs (long 42 yds.)•13-14 PATs•7 punts for 39 yds. avg (long 52 yds.)]
    20 Pts.  Tiffany Bozeman, Central Florida Anarchy, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2-2 FGs (long 31 yds.)•14-20 PATs]
    19 Pts.  Joy Dollison, New York Sharks, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2-4 FGs (long 40 yds.)•13-13 PATs]
    18 Pts.  Jeanette “Nettie” Hibbs, Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [23 yd FG & 15 PATs]
    16 Pts.  K.B. Broussard, Lone Star Mustangs, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [0-1 FG•14-18 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    16 Pts   Kathryn Hemlock, DC Divas, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2-2 FGs (long 30 yds.)•8-11 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    16 Pts.  Shalom Kimble, Bay Area Bandits, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2 FGs (long 30 yd.)•10-16 PATs]
    15 Pts.  Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 FG (23 yds.)•12-14 PATs]
    15 Pts.  Sara Meidlinger, Nebraska Stampede, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 FGs (25 yd.)•6-8 PATs•1 TD (fumble rec.)]
    13 Pts   Ashleigh Bepko, North Eastern Nitro, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1 of 2 PATs•2 rush TD]
    13 Pts.  Leah Todd, Cincinnati Sizzle, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-2 FG (24 yds.)•10-16 PATs]
    12 PATs  Sabreena Lachlainn, Detroit Dark Angels, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [12 of 26 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
    11 Pts.  Marybeth McMillan, West Michigan Mayhem, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [3-5 FGs (long 36 yds.)•2-2 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Brooke Perkins, Utah Blitz, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-1 PAT•5 2-pt. PATs]
     7 PATs  Stacey Baker, Tampa Bay Pirates, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [7 of 9 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Lindsay Carroll, Nebraska Stampede, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [10f 7 PATs•0 of 2 FGs•1 TD rush]
     7 Pts.  Tricia Charbonneau, Chicago Force, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [20 yd. FG & 4-5 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Ansley Davenport, Cincinnati Sizzle, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1 of 3 PATs•1 rush TD]
     6 PATs  Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [6 of 7 PATs]
     5 PATs  Ebony Mullins, Cincinnati Sizzle, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [5 of 8 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     4 PATs  Alana Littlewolf, Wisconsin Wolves, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [4 of 8 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
     4 PATs  Kasey Rivas, Pacific Warriors, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [4 of 8 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Tiffany Tomlin, So Cal Scorpions, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1-1 FG (17 yds.)•1-1 PAT]
     2 PATs  Jessica Montanez, Miami Fury, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Farris Pine, Bay Area Bandits, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Katie DiDio, North Eastern Nitro (Danbury, Conn.), 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1 of 2 PAT]
     1 PAT   Tina Ottey, Columbus Comets, 2011 season (W.F.A.) [1 of 7 PAT]
     8 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 61-12) Eastern Greene HS, 8/19/2011 (Indiana) [8 of 8 PATs]
     7 Pts   Christine Hardin, Elizabethton HS (W 31-3) Daniel Boone HS (Gray), 8/19/2011 (Tennessee) [30-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Marie Fitzgerald, Fort Atkinson (W 16-9) at Reedsburg HS, 8/19/2011 (Wisconsin) [22 yd. FG & PAT]
     3 PATs  Taylor Simpson, Piedmont HS (W 21-20) Hickory Ridge, 8/19/2011 (North Carolina) [winning PAT with 17 seconds remaining]
     3 PATs  Kaley Henry, Soddy-Daisy Middle School (W 47-14) Sale Creek MS, Aug. 2011 (Chattanooga, Tennessee) [3 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Haley Chittenden, Texas City HS Junior Varsity (W 40-0) C.E. King JV, 8/24/2011 (Texas)
     2 PATs  Taylor Haire, Matanzas HS Junior Varsty (W 21-20) Eagle's View Academy, 8/24/2011 (Florida) [winning point•2 of 2 PATs]
     7 PATs  Becca Keller, Lake Mills (W 49-19) Mauston HS, 8/26/2011 (Wisconsin) [7 of 7 PATs]
     7 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 63-0) at West Campus (Sacramento), 8/26/2011 (California) [7 of 8 PATs]
     3 PATs  Ellie Oliver, Shasta High (W 27-17) Lassen HS, 8/26/2011 (California) [3 of 3 PATs + 5 Kick Offs]
     2 PATs  Stacy Bair, Sky View Bobcats (L 14-32) Highland HS (Pocatello, ID), 8/26/2011 (Utah) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Montana Paley, Glenbrook North (L 14-21) Hersey High, 8/26/2011 (n.) (Illinois) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Sandra Megill, Monroe Redhawks (W 56-35) at Robinson HS, 8/26/2011 (North Carolina) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   McKinnley Witty, Salida Spartans (L 13-41) Summitt HS, 8/27/2011 (n.) (Colorado)
     3 PATs  K. Kroeger, Germany (W 34-0) Finland, Aug. 28, 2011 (AFVD International Ladies Bowl  at Munich 1,000)
     9 Pts.  Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 45-0) at Lincoln HS (Warren), 9/1/2011 (Michigan) [soph•22-yd. FG & 6 of 6 PATs]
     6 PATs  Morgan Gatlin, South Johnston (W 42-35) Clayton HS, 9/1/2011 (North Carolina) [6 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Sydney Morgan, Lake Shore HS (W 21-20) Fraser HS, 9/1/2011 (Michigan) [3 of 3 PATs]
	   2 PATs  Abbey Coleman, Monacan High (L 14-35) Dinwiddie High, 9/1/2011 (Virginia) [2 of 2 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 69-13) at Woods Memorial HS, 9/2/2011 (Indiana) [9 of 10 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 31-21) Youngstown Christian, 9/2/2011 (Ohio) [29-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Silvana Paonessa, Nature Coast Technical HS (W 42-0) Gulf High, 9/2/2011 (Florida) [6 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley HS (W 49-0) Northern Cambria, 9/2/2011 (Pennsylvania) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kim Hyde, Christian County HS (W 41-7) Henderson County HS, 9/2/2011 (Kentucky) [4 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Lynzee Felder, Monroe Bearcats (W 30-24) at Edmonds-Woodway, 9/2/2011 (Washington)
     3 PATs  Rachel Albright, La Salle HS (Pasadena) (L 21-26) Village Christian, 9/2/2011 (California) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Kaitlin Christ, Rodriguez Mustangs (L 27-61) at Vacaville HS, 9/2/2011 (California) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Cassaundra Soars, Loyalsock Township (W 29-15) Jersey Shore HS, 9/2/2011 (Pennsylvania) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Kelly Wagner, Vinton-Shellsburg (W 35-21) South Tama County HS, 9/2/2011 (Iowa) [Homecoming Queen later in season]
	   2 PATs  Jessica Flanery, Mountain View Yellowjackets (W 36-14) West Side, 9/2/2011 (Arkansas) [2 of 2 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     2 PATs  Amber Marani, Walnut Mustangs (L 14-28) Don Lugo HS (Chino), 9/2/2011 (California) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Roya Fashandi, Riverview HS (W 27-6) Wilkinsburg HS, 9/2/2011 (Pennsylvania) [1 of 2 PATs]
     3 PATs  Brooke Lacock, Pequea Valley (W 35-12) York County Tech, 9/3/2011 (Pennsylvania) [3 of 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic (Gainesville) (W 50-14) John Paul II Catholic (Tallahassee), 9/8/2011 (Florida) [6 of 7 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 38-14) Lowellville HS, 9/9/2011 (Ohio) [22-yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
     7 PATs  Jennifer Bradshaw, Bradshaw Christian (W 49-14) Summerville HS, 9/9/2011 (California) [7 of 7 PATs]
     7 PATs  Morgan Gatlin, South Johnston HS (W 55-6) at Smithfield-Selma, 9/9/2011 (n.) (North Carolina) [7 of 8 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Kristina Coyne, Chartiers Valley (W 37-14) Trinity HS (Washington), 9/9/2011 (Pennsylvania) [27-yd. FG & 3 of 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 54-20) at West Vigo, 9/9/2011 (Indiana) [6 of 8 PATs]
     6 PATs  Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 48-0) New Haven HS, 9/9/2011 (Michigan) [soph•6 of 7 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     2 PATs  Angie McCardle, Independence HS (L 14-63) at Waverly-Shell Rock, 9/9/2011 (Iowa) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Abbey Coleman, Monacan High (W 27-26) at Godwin HS, 9/9/2011 (Virginia) [Winning PAT at end of game. Elected Homecoming Queen in October]
     1 PAT   Hannah Flannery, Kent Roosevelt (W 50-17) Cuyahoga Falls, 9/9/2011 (Ohio) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Emily Guinn, Paragould HS (L 26-42) Pocahontas HS, 9/9/2011 (Arkansas)
     1 PAT   Brittany Habberley, Spring Hill (W 34-28) East Hickman County, 9/9/2011 (Tennessee)
     1 PAT   Emily Kruger, Cedar Creek HS (L 13-20) Lower Cape May Regional, 9/10/2011 (New Jersey)
     6 Pts.  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum HS (Cal.) (W 30-20) Reno HS (Nevada), 9/16/2011 (California) [FG & 3 of 4 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Brianna Amat, Pinckney Pirates (W 37-21) at Howell High, 9/16/2011 (Michigan) [19-yd. FG•2 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kristina Coyne, Chartiers Valley (W 43-0) at Forward HS (Elizabeth), 9/16/2011 (Pennsylvania) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Kelly Wagner, Vinton-Shellsburg (W 41-28) West Dubuque HS, 9/16/2011 (Iowa)
     2 FGs   Katie Lahera, Grayslake North (W 30-6) at Johnsburg HS, 9/16/2011 (n.) (Illinois) [28 & 22 yards]
     1 FG    Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers (W 17-14) East Palestine, 9/16/2011 (Ohio) [18-yd. FG to win game at gun•+ 2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Bari Deptula, Steinert High (W 20-13) Rancocas Valley, 9/17/2011 (New Jersey) [2 of 3 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Jackie Detlor, Wautoma High (W 55-6) Adams-Friendship, 9/23/2011 (Wisconsin) [19-yd. FG & 4 of 7 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Brianna Amat, Pinckney Pirates (L 17-25) Hartland High, 9/23/2011 (Michigan) [29-yd. FG & 2 PATs]
     5 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 81-20) North Daviess, 9/23/2011 (Indiana)
     5 PATs  Emily Kruger, Cedar Creek (W 35-6) Pleasantville HS, 9/23/2011 (New Jersey) [5 of 5 PATs]
     3 PATs  Ali Rogers, Gulf Coast (W 56-27) at Naples HS, 9/23/2011 (Florida) [3 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Ashley Hall, Canon-McMillan (L 19-52) Montour HS, 9/23/2011 (Pennsylvania) [1 of 1 PAT]
     6 PATs  Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 54-7) at Center Line, 9/24/2011 (Michigan) [6 of 8 PATs]
     4 PATs  Tayler Henze, Pennsville Memorial (W 40-0) Clayton HS, 9/24/2011 (New Jersey) [4 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Kelly Cantrell, West (W 21-6) Eagle River, 9/27/2011 (CIC flag football league•Alaska) at Huffer Stadium, Chugiak High
     9 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 57-0) North Knox High, 9/30/2011 (Indiana) [23-yard FG & 6 of 8 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Katie Davidson, Community Christian School (W 68-6) Harvester Christian Academy, 9/30/2011 (Georgia 8-man) [24-yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs] 
     7 PATs  Morgan Gatlin, South Johnston Trojans (W 73-35) C.B.Aycock HS, 9/30/2011 (North Carolina) [7 of 7 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Rachel Albright, La Salle HS (Pasadena) (L 24-27) at Bosco Tech, 9/30/2011 (California) [23-yard FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Carly Gregory, Shawnee HS (Springfield) (W 35-10) Kenton Ridge HS, 9/30/2011 (n.) (Ohio) [5 of 5 PATs•named Homecoming Queen]
     4 PATs  Kelly Wagner, Vinton-Shellsburg (W 41-17) Animosa HS, 9/30/2011 (n.) (Iowa) [4 of 5 PATs•Homecoming Queen]
     2 PATs  Crystal Benfield, McMichael HS (W 57-27) at Morehead HS, 9/30/2011 (North Carolina) [2 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Ashley Parks, Monrovia HS (L 7-49) at North Putnam, 9/30/2011 (Indiana) [1 of 1]
     3 Pts.  Amanda Starkenberg, Sweden (L 5-18) Finland, Oct. 1, 2011 (International game) at Tukholma, Sweden [19 yard FG]
     2 PATs  Haley Claiborne, Daegu American HS Warriors (W 26-0) Osan American, 10/1/2011 (DoDDS Pacific, South Korea)
     1 PAT   Jordon Reynolds, Schweinfurt HS Razorbacks (W 13-7) Vilseck HS, 10/1/2011 (DoDDS-Europe, Germany)
     1 PAT   Yvette Ortuno, Western Warriors (L 13-28) Boulder City HS, 10/6/2011 (Nevada)
    11 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 77-0) Union HS (Dugger), 10/7/2011 (Indiana) [20-yard FG & 8 of 11 PATs]
    10 Pts.  Christine Hardin, Elizabethton Fighting Cyclones (W 52-0) Unicoi County, 10/7/2011 (Tennessee) [1 of 2 FG (33 yds)•7 of 7 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Angie McCardle, Independence Mustangs (W 36-8) Crestwood High, 10/7/2011 (Iowa) [31 yd FG & 3 of 4 PATs]
     5 PATs  Tayler Henze, Pennsville Memorial (W 47-6) at Woldwood HS, 10/7/2011 (New Jersey) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Megan Huston, Saucon Valley Panthers (W 33-6) at Salisbury Township (Allentown), 10/7/2011 (Pennsylvania) [4 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Jessica Markovcic, Screven County HS (L 21-49) Bleckley County Royals, 10/7/2011 (Georgia) [3 of 3 PATs•Crowned Homecoming Queen 9/16]
     9 Pts.  Christine Hardin, Elizabethton Fighting Cyclones (W 45-6) at Johnson County, 10/14/2011 (Tennessee) [1 of 1 FG (26 yds.)•6 of 6 PATs]
     8 PATs  Katie Davidson, Community Christian School (W 86-0) Western Baptist Academy, 10/14/2011 (Georgia 8-man) [8 of 9 PATs]
     7 PATs  Katie Davidson, Community Christian School (W 75-0) Faith Christian Academy, 10/14/2011 (Georgia 8-man) [7 of 8 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Ali Rogers, Gulf Coast (W 31-27) at Lely High, 10/14/2011 (Florida) [23-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Bella Geist, Rex Putnam High (L 30-333 O.T.s) Liberty HS, 10/14/2011 (Oregon)
     3 PATs  Emily Guinn, Paragould Rams (W 21-13) Forrest City Mustangs, 10/14/2011 (Arkansas) [3 of 3 PATs]
    10 PATs  Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (W 70-21) Stebbins HS, 10/21/2011 (Ohio) [10 of 10 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (W 27-6) at United HS, 10/21/2011 (Pennsylvania) [20-yd. & 25-yd FGs & 3 of 3 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Brianna Amat, Pinckney HS (W 37-14) Dexter HS, 10/21/2011 (Michigan) [36-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Montana Paley, Glenbrook North (W 52-22) Maine East, 10/21/2011 (Illinois)
     1 PAT   Whitley Perry, Sycanore War Eagles (W 56-13) Ezell-Harding, 10/21/2011 (Tennessee)
  • Kentucky: Dayton's Nicole Schowalter & Bellevue's Kaylynn Dill (22-yd. FG) kicked in same game. Bellevue 17-7 at Dayton, 10/21/2011
    11 Pts.  Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS (L 23-49) Eastlake HS, 10/28/2011 (Chula Vista, California) [3 FGs & 2 of 2 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Ashley Mosher, Mount Dora High (W 57-14) Umatilla HS, 10/28/2011 (Florida) [30-yd. FG & 6 of 7 PATs]
     7 PATs  Tayler Henze, Pennsville Memorial (W 55-35) at Glassboro HS, 10/28/2011 (New Jersey) [7 of 7]
     5 PATs  Keara Kilbane, Hopkins High (W 35-20) at Berrien Springs HS, 10/28/2011 (Michigan) [5 of 5 PATs]
     3 FGs   Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS (L 23-49) Eastlake HS, 10/28/2011 (Chula Vista, California) [26-yards, 24 yards & 33 yards]
     3 PATs  Emily Kruger, Cedar Creek HS (W 34-12) Immaculate Conception, 10/29/2011 (New Jersey) [3 of 4 PATs]
     8 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 62-14) Vacaville Christian, 11/4/2011 (California) [8 of 9 PATs]
     5 PATs  Tayler Henze, Pennsville Memorial (W 41-6) Gloucester Catholic, 11/4/2011 (New Jersey) [5 of 5]
     5 PATs  Jenna Mears, Saugus High (W 35-14) West Ranch, 11/4/2011 (California) [5 of 5 PATs]
 1st  1 PAT   Haley Claiborne, Daegu American (W 7-3) Zama American, 11/5/2011 Far East Division II Championship Game at Camp Walker, South Korea
     6 PATs  Tayler Henze, Pennsville Memorial (W 48-20) Woodbury HS, 11/11/2011 (New Jersey State Playoffs, round 1) [6 of 6]
     1 PAT   Sophia Binici, Westborough HS (L 7-34) Auburn HS, 11/12/2011 (Massachusetts)
     4 PATs  Bari Deptula, Steinert High (W 40-22) at Hamilton HS, 11/24/2011 (New Jersey) [4 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee (L 14-21) Cardinal Mooney (Youngstown), 12/2/2011 (Ohio) [State Div. III championship game, at Fawcett Stadium, Canton•also Kickoffs, including onside kick attempt] 
    80 Pts.  Carly Gregory, Springfield Shawnee, 2011 season (Ohio) [77 of 81 PATs•1 of 2 FGs (22-yds.) & kickoffs]
    72 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton varsity, 2011 season (Indiana) [66 of 87 PATs•2 FGs•also at least 3 FGs for JV]
    66 Pts.  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian, 2011 season (California) [66 PATs, no FG attempts]
    46 Pts.  Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley HS, 2011 season (Pennsylvania) [37 PATs•3 FGs]
    44 Pts.  Christine Hardin, Elizabethton Fighting Cyclones, 2011 season (Tennessee) [35 PATs•3 FGs]
    44 Pts.  Cheyenne Maxwell, Inderkum High, 2011 season (California) [38 PATs, 2 FGs]
    41 Pts.  Lexi Zubick, Springfield Tigers, 2011 season (Ohio) [29 PATs•4 FGs]
    39 Pts.  Tayler Henze, Pennsville Memorial HS, 2011 season (New Jersey) [39 of 39 PATs]
    38 Pts.  Ellie Oliver, Shasta Wolves, 2011 season (California) [all PATs•0 of 1 pass attempt•38 kickoffs, 31.3 yard avg.]
    36 Pts.  Marie Fitzgerald, Fort Atkinson HS, 2011 season (Wisconsin) [4 FGs & 24 PATs]
    32 Pts.  Morgan Gatlin, South Johnston Trojans, 2011 season (North Carolina) [all PATs]
    32 Pts.  Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans, 2011 season (Michigan) [29 PATs•1 FG]
    32 Pts.  Devon Roncoroni, Bonita Vista HS, 2011 season (California) [20 PATs•4 FGs]
    31 Pts.  Becca Keller, Lake Mills High, 2011 season (Wisconsin) [2 of 3 FGs•25 of 25 PATs]
    30 Pts.  Brianna Amat, Pinckney Pirates, 2011 season (Michigan) [15 PATs•5 FGs]
    30 Pts.  Katie Davidson, Community Christian, 2011 season (Georgia) [27 PATs•1 FG•8 kickoffs, 48-yd long, 31.6 yd avg]
    29 Pts.  Kaitlin Christ, Rodriguez Mustangs, 2011 season (California) [29 PATs., no FGs]
    28 Pts.  Ashley Mosher, Mount Dora High, 2011 seaspn (Florida) [2 FGs & 22 PATs]
    27 Pts.  Annabella “Bella” Geist, Rex Outnam HS Kingsmen, 2011 seaspn (Oregon) [27 of 30 PATs]
    26 Pts.  Kristina Coyne, Chartiers Valley HS, 2011 season (Pennsylvania) [soph•23 PATs•1 FG]
    26 Pts.  Angie Weiner, Saigus High, 2011 season (California) [20 PATs•2 FGs]
    23 Pts.  Rachel Albright, La Salle High (Pasadena) (L 24-27) at Bosco Tech, 9/30/201 (California) [+ 3 PATs]
    23 Pts.  Emily Kruher, Cedar Creek High, 2011 season {last game missing from stats) (New Jersey) [INCOMPLETE]
    22 Pts.  Kimberly Hyde, Christian County HS, 2011 season (Kentucky) [19 PATs•1 FG (27-yds.)]
    21 Pts.  Amber Marani, Walnut Mustangs, 2011 season (California) [all PATs]
    20 Pts.  Megan Huston, Saucon Valley HS, 2011 seaason (Pennsylvania) [17 PATs•1 FG]
    19 Pts.  Brooke Lacock, Pequea Valley HS, 2011 season (Pennsylvania) [19 PATs]
    19 Pts.  Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic Wolves, 2011 season (Florida) [all PATs•19 of 34•frosh]
    18 Pts.  Taylor Haire, Matanzas Pirates, 2011 season (Florida) [all PATs]
    17 Pts.  Silvanna Paonessa, Nature Coast Tech Sharks, 2011 season (Florida) [14 PATs•1 FG]
    15 Pts.  Greta Newhart, Hughesville High, 2011 season (Pennsylvania) [12 of 16 PATs•1 of 1 FG]
    12 Pts.  Emily Krause, Trinity High, 2011 season (Ohio) [9 PATs•1 FG (20 yards)]
    12 Pts.  Sydney Morgan, Lake Shore High Shorians, 2011 season (Michigan) [all PATs]
    10 Pts.  Jessica Markovcic, Screven County HS Gamecocks, 2011 season (Georgia) [10 of 16 PATs•homecoming queen]
    10 Pts.  McKinnley Witty, Salida HS Spartans, 2011 season (Colorado) [2 FGs•4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Nicole Schowalter, Dayton HS Greendevils, 2011 season (Kentucky) []7 of 11 PATs
     x PATs  Dakota Szalacha, Dieruff Middle School, 2011 season (Pennsylvania)

    17 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 59-0) Minnesota Machine, 4/14/2012 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs (32 yds) + 8 of 8 PATs + rushing TD]
    17 Pts.  Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 23-7) at Cleveland Fusion, 4/14/2012 (WFA) [31-yd FG + 2 of 3 PATs & 2 rushing TDs]
    10 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 64-6) New York Sharks, 4/14/2012 (WFA) [8 PATs & 2-pt rush PAT on bad snap.]
    16 Pts.  Chantal “Telly” Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 52-8) Cincinnati Sizzle, 4/21/2012 (WFA) [27-yd FG + 7 of 7 PATs & 1 TD reception]
    23 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam (W 59-0) at Kansas City Spartans, 4/28/2012 (WFA) [21-yd FG, 8 of 8 PATs & 2 rushing TDs]
    31 Pts.  Jamie Naylor, New Hampshire Freedom (W 61-0) Maine Revels, 5/5/2012 (IWFL) [5 of 6 PATs•4 TD receptions•2-pt. PAT reception•1 TD pass]
     3 PATs  Martina Beisteiner, Vienna Vikings Ladies (W 41-0) Danube Dragons, 5/6/2012 (AFL-DL) [9-on-9 football]
     3 PATs  Emily Guinn, Paragould Rams Red (T 27-27) Paragould Rams White, 5/17/2012 (Arkansas) [Paragould HS Rams Red-White Spring Scrimmage•2 PATs for Red•1 PAT for White team]
     8 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 62-0) Philadelphia Liberty Belles, 5/12/2012 (WFA) [8 of 9 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine (W 38-0) Nebraska Stampede, 5/13/2012 (WFA) [26-yd FG & 8 of 8 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 44-7) D.C.Divas, 5/19/2012 (WFA)
     8 Pts   Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 66-0) at Pittsburgh Force, 5/20/2012 (WFA) [27-yd FG & 5 of 7 PATs]
     4 PATs  Martina Beisteiner, Vienna Vikings Ladies (W 42-0) budapest Wolves Ladies, May 2012 (AFL-DL)
    13 Pts.  Amanda Shell, Kansas City Tribe (W 83-0) at Kansas City Spartans, 6/10/2012 (WFA) [25-yd. FG•10 of 10 PATs]
     5 PATs  Carina Heinzen, Dusseldorf Bulldozer (W 65-0) Bochum Miners, Jul. 7, 2012 (GFK Germany) [5 of 10 PATs]
   150 Pts.  Liz Sowers, Kansas City Tribe, 2012 regular season (WFA) [17 of 18 PATs•1 of 1 FG•19 TDs•8 two-pt. PATs]
    93 Pts.  Telly Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2012 season (WFA) [19 of 24 PATs•2 of 6 FGs•1 2-pts. PAT•11 TDs]
    89 Pts.  Rachel Fischer, Keystone Assault, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•14 TDs•2 two-pt. PATs•16 TD passes]
    89 Pts.  Cori Young, Keystone Assault, 2012 season (WFA) [9 of 12 PATs•12 TDs (3 punt returns•1 kickoff return)•4 two-pt. PATs•16 TD passes•7 punts (48-yds. long)]
    75 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam, 2012 season (WFA) [27 of 27 PATs•2 of 3 FGs•7 TDs]
    51 Pts.  Daniela Ottaiano, Dallas Diamonds, 2012 regular season (WFA) [49 of 59 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT]
    50 Pts.  Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion, 2012 season (WFA) [41 of 46 PATs•3 of 5 FGs]
    50 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia, 2012 regular season (WFA) [3 of 5 FGs•41 of 46 PATs]
    49 Pts.  Jacquleyn Clark, Toledo Reign, 2012 season (WFA) [7 of 9 PATs•7 TDs•28 punts (73-yds long)]
    41 Pts.  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge, 2012 regular season (WFA) [38 of 40 PATs•1 of 1 FG]
    33 Pts.  Angela Larsen, Bay Area Bandits, 2012 regular season (WFA) [1 of 3 FGs•24 of 32 PATs•1 TD]
    31 Pts.  Whitney Smith, Atlanta Phoenix, 2012 season (WFA) [25 of 33 PATs•0 of 1 FG•1 TD•8 punts (46-yds. long)]
    30 Pts.  Kris Simon, DC Divas, 2012 regular season (WFA) [1-1 FG•27 of 30 PATs]
    27 Pts.  Jess Weir, Keystone Assault, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•4 TDs•1 2-pt. PAT]
    25 Pts.  Amanda Shell, Kansas City tribe, 2012 regular season (WFA) [25 of 30 PATs]
    24 Pts.  Rylie Buckholz, San Diego Surge, 2012 regular season (WFA) [18 of 18 PATs•1 TD]
    19 Pts.  Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine, 2012 season (WFA) [16 of 17 PATs1 of 1 FG (20-yds.)•20 punts (40-yds. long)]
    18 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2012 regular season (WFA) [18 of 22 PATs]
    18 Pts.  Chelsea Reed, Nebraska Stampede, 2012 season (WFA) [9 of 12 PATs•1 of 6 FGs (33-yds.)•1 TD]
    16 Pts.  Porsha Murray, Cincinnati Sizzle, 2012 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs•2 TDs]
    15 Pts.  Sheemea Carr, Keystone Assault, 2012 season (WFA) [1 ofd 1 PAT•2 TDs•1 rwo-pt. PAT]
    14 Pts   Tiffany Soggs, Cleveland Fusion, 2012 season (WFA) [8 of 11 PATs•1 TD]
    12 PATs  Erin McGowan, Detroit Dark Angels, 2012 season (WFA) [12 of 19 PATs]
    11 PATs  Melanie Allen, Portland Fighting Fillies, 2012 season (WFA) [11 of 17 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
    10 Pts.  Sally Maple, Palm Beach Punishers, 2012 season (WFA) [4 of 5 PATs•1 TD•7 punts (47-yds. long)]
    10 Pts.  Candice Snyder, Pittsburgh Force, 2012 season (WFA) [4 of 7 PATs•0 of 2 FGs•1 TD•38 punts (62-yds. long)•2 TD passes]
     9 PATs  Victoria Bathrick, Toledo Reign, 2012 season (WFA) [9 of 15 PATs•2 punts (53-yds. long)]
     9 Pts   Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat, 2012 season (WFA) [6 of 7 PATs•1 of 1 FG (21-yds.)]
     8 Pts.  Tiffany Bozeman, Orlando Anarchy, 2012 season (WFA) [5 of 7 PATs•1 of 3 FG (26-yds•10 punts (42yds. long]
     7 PATs  Stacey Baker, Tampa Bay Inferno, 2012 season (WFA) [7 of 16 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Catherine Burnley, Houston Power, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 4 PAT•1 TD]
     7 Pts.  Lily Garcia, Lone Star Mustangs, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 3 PAT•1 TD]
     7 Pts.  Andrea Heine, Wisconsin Wolves, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 4 PAT•1 TD]
     7 PATs  Sabreena Lachlainn, Detroit Dark Angels, 2012 season (WFA) [7 of 8 PATs•10 punts (57-yds. long)]
     7 Pts.  Brook Morse, Utah Blitz, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 2 PATs•0 of 2 FGs•1 TD•24 punts (59yds long)]
     7 Pts.  Rochelle Amanda Suchta, Arizona Assasins, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 TD (32-yd. int. return•7 punts for 30-yd. avg.]
     6 PATs  Kara Fultz, Indy Crash, 2012 season (WFA) [6 of 8 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Jennifer Melton, Silver State Legacy, 2012 season (WFA) [3 of 6 PATs•1 of 1 FG•21 punts (55-yds. long)]
     3 PATs  Erica Butler, New York Sharks, 2012 season (WFA) [3 of 15 PATs]
     3 Pts.  Alyssa Foutz, Utah Blitz, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 FG (15-yds.)]
     3 PATs  Julia Guerrero, Utah Jynx, 2012 season (WFA) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Christina Manzanares, San Diego Sting, 2012 season (WFA) [3 of 5 PATs•0 of 1 FG•27 punts for 30-yd. avg.]
     3 PATs  Kyndal Schaaf, Savannah Sabers, 2012 season (WFA) [3 of 6 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     2 PATs  Kellie Allen, Cincinnati Sizzle, 2012 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Jennifer Coles, Palm Beach Punishers, 2012 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Kristin Parks, Carolina Raging Wolves, 2012 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs•0 of 1 FG•7 punts (42-yds. long)]
     2 PATs  Okiima Pickett, DC Divas, 2012 regular season (WFA) [2 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Bonnie Zannoni, New England Nightmare, 2012 season (WFA) [2 of 4 PATs•12 punts (47-yds. long)]
     1 PAT   Claire Barth, Indy Crash, 2012 season (WFA)[1 of 2 PAT]
     1 PAT   Amber Lyons, Austin Outlaws, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•0 of 1 FG]
     1 PAT   Janielle Ryals, Kansas City Spartans, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 2 PAT]
     1 PAT   Mary Ellen Six, Wisconsin Dragons, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Caroline Soria, West Coast Lightning, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 punt]
     1 PAT   Cheree Zarty, San Diego Sting, 2012 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Masey Fox, Greenback High (W 7-0) Heritage HS, 8/10/2012 (Tennessee: Maryville Orthopaedic Clinic Jamboree) [scrimmage: replaced twin brother Braxton Fox who tore ACL]
     7 Pts.  Cheyenne Bunner, Madison High (W 31-0) at North Buncombe, 8/17/2012 (North Carolina) [27-yd, FG & 4 of 4 PATs]     
     7 PATs  Melanie McHenry, Speedway Sparkplugs (W 49-2) at Lapel High, 8/17/2012 (Indiana) [frosh•7 of 7 PATs]    
     2 PATs  Masey Fox, Greenback Cherokees (W 26-7) at Oneida HS, 8/17/2012 (Tennessee) [2 of 2 PATs]  
     1 PAT   Christine Hardin, Elizabethton HS (L 7-14) at Daniel Boone HS, 8/17/2012 (Tennessee)
     7 Pts.  Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans (W 37-0) at Harper Woods, 8/24/2012 (Michigan) [27-yd. FG & 4 of 5 PATs]
     6 PATs  Erika Linch, Sutter High (W 42-0) Bethel HS (Vallejo), 8/24/2012 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Courtney Perry, Estrella Foothills (W 36-7) at Youngker HS, 8/24/2012 (Arizona) [27-yd. FG•3 of 5 PATs]
     6 PATs  Tori Royster, McMichael Phoenix (W 64-38) Bartlett Yancey HS, 8/24/2012 (North Carolina) [6 of 7 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Juliana Costantini, West Mecklenburg (W 23-21) West Charlotte HS, 8/24/2012 (North Carolina) [Winning 31-yd. FG with 11 seconds left•2 of 3 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Allison Crowe, Shenandoah HS (W 41-25) at Southern Wells, 8/24/2012 (Indiana) [21yd. FG & 2 of 4 PATs]
     5 PATs  Bailey Smith, Tokay Tigers (W 41-7) Bear Creek Bears, 8/24/2012 (California) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Jenna Smith, Madison La Follette (W 41-0) Madison East, 8/24/2012 (n.) (Wisconsin) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills (W 17-0) at Reseda HS, 8/24/2012 (California) [30-yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
     4 PATs  Katie Davidson, Community Christian HS (Stockbridge) (W 52-14) Covenant Christian Academy, 8/24/2012 (Georgia) [4 of 5 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Christine Hardin, Elizabethton (L 16-27) Science Hill, 8/24/2012 (Tennessee) [27-yd. FG & 1 of 1 PAT]
     4 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 42-13) at Maxwell HS, 8/24/2012 (California) [4 of 5 PATs]
     3 PATs  Desiree Justus, Willow Canyon (W 39-18) at Deer Valley, 8/24/2012 (Arizona) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy Senators (W 39-8) at Pike Liberal Arts, 8/24/2012 (Alabama) [3 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Becca Keller, Lake Mills (W 33-15) Marshall HS, 8/24/2012 (Wisconsin) [3 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Victoria “Tori” Norris, Skyline HS (Ann Arbor) (L 19-42) Hartland HS, 8/24/2012 (Michigan)
     1 PAT   Lexie Scott, St. Francis (W 42-41O.T.) Bell High, 8/24/2012 (n.) (Florida) [PAT to win in OT]
     4 PATs  Shanelle Atabay Carillo, Farrington Governors (W 44-3) Castle Knights, 8/25/2012 (Hawaii) [4 of 4 PATs]
     1 PAT   Chandlers Hoskins, South Dearborn HS Junior Varsity (W 35-14) at Connersville HS, 8/27/2012 (Indiana)
     7 PATs  Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy (W 61-12) Meadowview Christian, 8/30/2012 (Alabama) [7 of 9 PATs]
     7 PATs  Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills (W 55-0) Sun Valley, 8/30/2012 (California) [7 of 8 PATs•1 35-yd. kickoff]
     5 Pts.  Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial Mavericks (W 33-7) at Fort Bend Clements, 8/30/2012 (Texas) [19-yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
     4 Pts   Emily Culvahouse, Estero HS Freshmen (W 10-8) at Bishop Verot HS Frosh, 8/30/2012 (Florida) [25-yd. FG w/5.4 seconds left to win•and 1 of 1 PAT + kickoffs]
     9 Pts.  Courtney Perry, Estrella Foothills (W 51-0) Tonopah Valley, 8/31/2012 (Arizona) [27-yd. FG•6 of 7 PATs]
     8 PATs  Morgan Hagee, Plainfield High (W 55-7) Mooresville HS, 8/31/2012 (Indiana) [8 of 8 PATs]
     8 PATs  Melanie McHenry, Speedway Sparkplugs (W 54-21) Beech Grove, 8/31/2012 (Indiana) [frosh•8 of 8 PATs]
     7 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 61-6) Wood Memorial, 8/31/2012 (Indiana) [7 of 8 PATs] 
     7 PATs  Sarah Friedrich, Laguna Creek (W 55-6) Florin HS, 8/31/2012 (California) [7 of 8 PATs]
     7 PATs  Bailey Smith, Tokay Tigers (W 49-7) El Dorado HS, 8/31/2012 (California) [7 of 7 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     6 PATs  Allison Crowe, Shenandoah HS (W 66-6) Centerville HS, 8/31/2012 (Indiana) [6 of 10 PATs]
     6 PATs  Brittany Stone, Carter HS (Rialto) (W 54-0) Chaffey HS, 8/31/2012 (California) [6 of 8 PATs]
     5 PATs  Carly Gould, Winnacunnet Warriors (W 41-7) at Souhegan HS, 8/31/2012 (New Hampshire) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Jennifer Goethe, Tecumseh Savages (W 16-13O.T.) Noble High, 8/31/2012 (n.) (Oklahoma) [22 yd. FG in OT to win•1 of 2 PATs]
     4 PATs  Olivia Seely, Berwick Area Bulldogs (W 48-21) Crestwood HS, 8/31/2012 (Pennsylvania)
     3 PATs  Shannon Gibat, Quakertown Panthers (W 51-20) Upper Perkiomen HS, 8/31/2012 (Pennsylvania) [3 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Hannah Greene, Nordhoff HS (Ojai) (W 45-7) Pacifica High (Oxnard), 8/31/2012 (California) [3 of 3 PATs]
     3 PATs  Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (W 47-0) at Purchase Line HS, 8/31/2012 (Pennsylvania) [3 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Kali Smith, Pasquotank HS (W 39-6) at Gates County, 8/31/2012 (North Carolina) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Rachel Evans, Godley High (W 21-7) at Ferris HS, 8/31/2012 (n.) (Texas)
     1 PAT   Ashley Lovett, Washington Blue Lions (K 21-41) Circleville HS, 8/31/2012 (Ohio)
     1 PAT   Claudia Moreno, Escondido HS (W 28-27) Rancho Bernardo, 8/31/2012 (n.) (California) [Winning pt. w/1:26 to play]
     1 TD    Alea Lopez, Seaside High (W 47-0) Jefferson (Daly City), 8/31/2012 (California)
     9 PATs  Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley (W 63-0) United HS, 9/7/2012 (Pennsylvania) [9 of 9 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Beka Shepherd, Oakridge Eagles (W 38-7) Montague HS, 9/7/2012 (Michigan) [5 PATs•1 of 2 FGs (22-yds.)•Brother Jacob Shepherd is a off. & def. lineman on team.]
     7 Pts.  Becca Keller, Lake Mills (W 31-28) Cambridge HS, 9/7/2012 (Wisconsin) [27-yd FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Brittany Stone, Carter HS (W 55-0) at Garey HS, 9/7/2012 (California) [7 of 8 PATs]
     5 PATs  Allison Crowe, Shenandoah HS (W 49-12) Tri High, 9/7/2012 (Indiana) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Emily Kruger, Cedar Creek (W 47-0) at Ocean City, 9/7/2012 (New Jersey) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Hannah Greene, Nordhoff HS (W 48-7) Grace Brethren (Simi Valley), 9/7/2012 (California) [4 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Brittany Havenner, South Paulding HS (W 21-6) at Villa Rica, 9/7/2012 (Georgia) [soph•3 of 3 PATs•also Homecoming Queen]
     3 PATs  Rowen Reddish, Wicomico High (W 55-18) Parkside HS, 9/7/2012 (Maryland) [3 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Kat Stutesman, St. Charles North (L 13-23) St. Charles East, 9/7/2012 (Illinois)
     3 PATs  Shanelle Atabay Carillo, Farrington HS (W 28-7) Moanalua HS, 9/8/2012 (Hawaii) [3 of 3 PATs•Homecoming Queen]
     7 PATs  Bailey Smith, Tokay Tigers (W 49-6) Galt High, 9/13/2012 (California) [7 of 7 PATs]
     7 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 63-6) Springs Valley, 9/14/2012 (Indiana) [7 of 8 PATs]
     6 PATs  Hannah Greene, Nordhoff Rangers (W 56-13) at Nipomo HS, 9/14/2012 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Sydney Morgan, Lake Shore (W 49-20) Center Line, 9/14/2012 (Michigan) [5 of 6 PATs]
     3 PATs  Bella Geist, Rex Putnam HS Kingsmen (W 28-27) Sandy HS, 9/14/2012 (Oregon) [4 of 4 PATs including winning point•0 of 1 FG]
     3 PATs  Jackie Novak, Anchor Bay (W 21-19) Roseville HS, 9/14/2012 (Michigan) [3 of 3 PATs]
     2 PATs  Hannah Racis, Conrad Weiser HS (Robesonia) (W 58-35) Fleetwood HS, 9/14/2012 (Pennsylvania) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Haley Boner, Columbia City (W 62-10) DeKalb HS, 9/14/2012 (Indiana)
     1 PAT   Jennifer Lopez, Marshall Fundamental (W 28-7) South Region 2, 9/14/2012 (Los Angeles, California)
     1 PAT   Arin Morelli, Turlock Christian (W 35-27) Stone Ridge Christian, 9/14/2012 (California) [1 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Kaytee Nelson, Northeast Lauderdale (W 38-14) at Philadelphia High, 9/14/2012 (Mississippi)
     1 PAT   Mariah Nichols, Osbourn Park (L 21-55) at Stonewall Jackson HS, 9/14/2012 (Virginia) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Mariana Ramirez, Coachella Valley Arabs (W 10-0) Desert Mirage HS, 9/14/2012 (n.) (California) [Date Bowl]
     1 PAT   Sydney Spring, Jackson HS (L 7-48) at Lansing Sexton, 9/14/2012 (Michigan)
     9 PATs  Erika Lynch, Sutter HS (W 58-20) at Clarkston HS, 9/15/2012 (California) [9 of 9 PATs]
     6 PATs  Elisa Formiglio, Norwich Free Academy v. St. Bernard-Norwich Tech, 9/15/2012 (Connecticut) [6 of 7 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     3 PATs  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 54-10) at Wilmington College (Ohio), 9/15/2012 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [3 of 4 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill High (W 30-7) at Standley Hill, 9/21/2012 (Colorado) [3 of 4 PATs•24 yd FG]
     6 Pts.  Brittany Stone, Carter Lions (W 24-13) Eisenhoer HS, 9/21/2012 (California) [34-yd. FG + 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kristina Coyne, Chartiers Valley (W 53-19) Ellwood City, 9/21/2012 (n.) (Pennsylvania) [5 of 7 PATs]
     5 PATs  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton (W 35-12) at North Daviess HS. 9/21/2012 (Indiana) [5 of 5 PATs]
     2 PATs  Monica Morales, Daegu American High (W 26-14) Osan American, 9/21/2012 (DoDDS Korea) [2 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Sara Frazer, Weston Warriors v. Fort Lauderdale Jaguars, 9/23/2012 (American Youth Football League • Florida)
     1 PAT   Hannah Moody, Semmes Middle School (W 29-8) Causey Middle School, 9/27/2012 (Alabama)
    10 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton HS (W 64-0) North Knox, 9/28/2012 (Indiana) [31-yd FG & 7 of 9 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Jessica Kluz, Syerling Heights (W 51-26) Lake Shore, 9/28/2012 (Michigan) [24-yd. FG & 6 of 7 PATs]
  • {Lake Shore also had a girl kicker in same 9/28 game: Sydney Morgan 2 for 2 PATs}
     7 Pts.  Erica DeLuca, Lake Mary Prep (W 43-6) at Trinity Prep, 9/28/2012 (Florida) [Brother Ben DeLuca is the holder•28-yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Hannah Greene, Nordhoff HS (W 55-7) at San Marcos, 9/28/2012 (California) [7 of 8 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Kat Stutesman, St. Charles North (W 31-14) at Streamwood HS, 9/28/2012 (Illinois) [23-yd FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Alyson Thimsen, Pomona High (W 51-7) at Boulder HS, 9/28/2012 (Colorado) [7 of 7 PATs] Allyson?
     6 PATs  Ashley Lovett, Washington Blue Lions (W 42-41) at Madison Plains, 9/28/2012 (n.) {Ohio) [6 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Tori Royster, McMichael High (W 41-7) Morehead HS, 9/28/2012 (North Carolina) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Olivia Seely, Berwick HS (W 17-7) Selinsgrove, 9/28/2012 (Pennsylvania) [27-yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
     4 PATs  Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy (L 28-38) Fort Dale Academy, 9/28/2012 (Alabama)
     2 PATs  Sara Frazer, Weston Warriors v. Coral Springs Chargers, 9/28/2012 (American Youth Football League • Florida) [11-yrs.-old]
     2 PATs  Kyler Lum, Wilmington Area Greyhounds (W 49-6) Saegertown HS, 9/28/2012 (Pennsylvania)
     5 PATs  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 38-17) at Baldwin-Wallace, 9/29/2012 (N.C.A.A. Division III) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Carolyn Dottino-Buenahora, Long Island Lutheran (W 42-14) at Great Neck North, 9/29/2012 (New York) [4 of 5 PATs]
     1convertMercedes Edwards, MacNab Lions (W 27-20O.T.) Westmount, 10/4/2012 (Hamilton, Ontario) [in OT]
     5 Pts.  Olivia Paquette, Clawson HS (W 17-142 O.T.s at Warren Lincoln HS, 10/5/2012 (Michigan) [21 yd FG to win•2 of2 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Erika Lynch, Sutter HS (W 52-14) Winters HS, 10/6/2012 (California) [31 yd FG & 6 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Carolyn Dottino-Buenahora, Long Island Lutheran (W 50-34) Roslyn High, 10/6/2012 (New York) [4 of 5 PATs]
     8 PATs  Erika Lynch, Sutter HS (W 62-0) at Gridley HS, 10/12/2012 (California) [8 of 9 PATs]
     8 PATs  Bailey Smith, Tokay Tigers (W 62-17) at West High, 10/12/2012 (California) [8 of 8 PATs]
     2 PATs  Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 20-14) Hauppauge High, 10/12/2012 (Long Island•New York) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Annabella Geist, Rex Putnam Kingsmen (W 32-22) at St. Helens HS, 10/12/2012 (Oregon)
     2 PATs  Lisa Huska, Woodbury Royals (L 20-48) at Cretin-Derham Hall (St. Paul), 10/12/2012 (Minnesota) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Lisa Huska, Woodbury Royals (W 54-7) Forest Lake, 10/17/2012 (Minnesota)
     1 PAT   Bailey Lervick, Woodbury Royals (W 54-7) Forest Lake, 10/17/2012 (Minnesota)
     1 PAT   Kristina White, Woodbury Royals (W 54-7) Forest Lake, 10/17/2012 (Minnespta)
   1st {Three girls kicking on same team for Woodbury in same game is a first)
     9 Pts.  Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (W 45-13) at Sam Rayburn High, 10/19/2012 (Texas) [21-yd FG & 6 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Erica DeLuca, Lake Mary Prep (W 47-14) Orlando Christian Prep, 10/19/2012 (Florida) [4 of 5 PATs & crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime.]
     1 PAT   Katie Buker, Plymouth South (W 40-6) Randolph HS, 10/19/2012 (Massachusetts
     7 PATs  Elisa Formiglio, Norwich Free Academy (W 51-0) Stamford High, 10/20/2012 (Connecticut) [7 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Carolyn Dottino-Buenahora, Long Island Lutheran (W 42-12) St. Dominic, 10/20/2012 (New York) [6 of 6 PATs•Homecoming Queen]
     9 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton HS (W 45-6) Perry Central, 10/26/2012 (Indiana State Class 2A Sectional 40 Playoff Semi-Final) [1 of 2 FGs (31-yds.)•6 of 6 PATs]
     6 PATs  Juliana “Julie” Constantini, West Mecklenburg (W 79-8) at East Gaston, 10/26/2012 (North Carolina)
     7 Pts.  Elisa Formiglio, Norwich Free Academy (W 31-6) at BAcon Academy, 10/27/2012 (Connecticut) [4 of 4 PATs•1 of 1 FG (24 yds.)]
    12 Pts.  Tara Cole, Pasadena Memorial (W 66-33) at South Houston High, 11/2/2012 (Texas) [9 of 9 PATs + 31-yd. FG]
     7 Pts.  Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic (W 37-12) at St. Joseph, 11/2/2012 (Florida) [1 of 1 FG (20 yds)•4 of 4 PATs]
     7 PATs  Bailey Smith, Tokay Tigers (W 49-22) Edison High, 11/2/2012 (California) [7 of 7 PATs]
     3 PATs  Juliana Costantini, West Mecklenburg (W 45-40) at Hough Huskies, 11/2/2012 (North Carolina 4AA Playoffs 1st round) [3 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Crystal Benfield, McMichael High (L 38-51) at Concord HS, 11/2/2012 (North Carolina Playoffs 1st round) [also kickoffs]
     8 Pts.  Erika DeLuca, Lake Mary Prep (W 38-12) Trinity Christian, 11/16/2012 (n.) (Florida) [1 of 2 FGs (19-yd. made•42-yd. miss) + 5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Cheyenne Bunner, Madison HS (W 28-21) Shelby HS, 11/16/2012 (North Carolina) [NCHSAA State 2-A Playoffs 3rd round]
     1 PAT   Hailee Strom, Potomac HS (L 13-14) Mountain View HS, 11/16/2012 (Virginia) [1 of 2 PATs] State Playoff Bracket Division 5 Northwest Region quarterfinal
     6 PATs  Alexis Nagle, South Windsor (W 42-14) Rocjville HS, 11/21/2012 (Connecticut) [6 of 6]
     4 PATs  Katie Buker, Plymouth South (W 40-20) at Plymouth North, 11/22/2012 (Massachusetts) [4 of 6 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Erika Linch, Sutter HS (W 38-31) Cottonwood West Valley, 11/24/2012 (California: CIF Northern Section Division II Playoff) [5 of 5 PATs•28-yd. FG] Lynch?
     9 PATs  Elisa Formiglio, Norwich Free Academy at Newtown High, 11/28/2012
   * 3 PATs  Tara Grimsley, Dillon High (W 21-6) Fairfield Central, 11/30/2012 (South Carolina Class 2A Division I Championship Game at Columbia) [3 of 3 PATs]
   * 1 PAT   Erika Linch, Sutter HS (L 7-23) Marin Catholic, 12/8/2012 (California: CIF Division III Northern Cal. Regional Final, at Oroville) [1st female to score in championship bowl game]
  *244 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton HS, career [2009-2012] (Indiana) [223 PATs•7 of 12 FGs]
    75 Pts.  Dyllanne Deischer, Linton-Stockton HS, 2012 season (Indiana) [69 PATs & 2 FGs]
    69 Pts.  Erika Linch, Sutter High, 2012 season (California) [60 PATs & 3 FGs] also called 72 pts. (62 PATs & 4 FGs)
    64 Pts.  Elisa Formiglio, Norwich Free Academy Wildcats, 2012 season (Connecticut) [1 of 1 FG (24-yds)•61 PATs]
    62 Pts.  Brittany Stone, Carter High (Rialto), 2012 season (California) [2 of 3 FGs•56 of 65 PATs]
    57 Pts.  Tara Grimsley, Dillon Wildcats, 2012 season (South Carolina) [57 of 64 PATs]
    48 Pts.  Erika Lynch, Sutter High Huskies, 2012 season (California) [42 of 45 PATs & 2 FGs]
    47 Pts.  Maddy Grimm, Ligonier Valley HS, 2012 season (Pennsylvania) [1 of 3 FGs•44 of 52 PATs]
    47 Pts.  Courtney Perry, Estrella Foothills Wolves, 2012 season (Arizona) [41 of 47 PATs & 2 FGs]
    46 Pts.  Bailey Smith, Tokay Tigers, 2012 season (California) [46 of 48 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
    42 Pts.  Olivia Seely, Berwick Area Senior High, 2012 season (Pennsylvania) [2 of 2 FGs•36 PATs]
    41 Pts.  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian, 2012 season (California) [41 of 45 PATs]
    38 Pts.  Morgan Hagee, Plainfield Quakers, 2012 season (Indiana) [23 of 23 PATs•5 FGs]
    38 Pts.  Megan Mortensen, Franklin Pierce HS, career (2011 & 2012) (Washington) [35 PATs & 21 yd. FG in 2012]
            •• Sisters Celina Mortensen (2008) & Molly Mortensen (2013) also kicked for Franklin Pierce     
    38 Pts.  Alyson “Ally” Thimsen, Pomona High, 2012 season [38 of 42 PATs]
    35 Pts.  Olivia Paquette, Clawson Trojans, 2012 season (Michigan) [2 of 2 FGs•29 of 32 PATs]
    32 Pts.  Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill HS Buffaloes, 2012 season (Colorado) [2 of 4 FGs•26 of 28 PATs]
    32 Pts.  Hannah Greene, Nordhoff Rangers, 2012 season (California) [32 of 36 PATs•0-0 FGs]
    29 Pts.  Alyson Thimsen, Pomona Panthers, 2012 season (Colorado) [29 of 33 PATs] Allyson?
    27 Pts.  Brittany Havenner, South Paulding Spartans, 2012 season (Georgiaa) [21 of 24 PATs•2 of 4 FGs]
    26 Pts.  Erica DeLuca, Lake Mary Prep Griffins, 2012 season (Florida) [20 of 22 PATs•2 of 2 FGs]
    25 Pts.  Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic Wolves (Gainseville), 2012 season (Florida) [22 of 25 PATs•1 of 1 FG (20 yds)]
    22 Pts.  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University, 2012 season (N.C.A.A.) [19 PATs•1 FG]
    20 Pts.  Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy, 2012 season (Alabama) [20 of 28 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
    19 Pts.  Nellie DePrey, Denmark High, 2012 season (Wisconsin) [16 of 18 PATs•1 FG]
    18 Pts.  Tori Royster, McMichael Phoenix, 2012 season (North Carolina) [18 of 26 PATs•Kickoffs, long 44 yds.]
    18 Pts.  Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills Highlanders, 2012 season (California) [2 of 3 FGs•12 of 18 PATs•kickoffs 35-yd long]
    17 Pts.  Carolyn Dottino-Buenahora, Long Island Lutheran, 2012 season (New York) [17 of 19 PATs]
    16 Pts.  Alexis Charles, Doherty H, 2012 season (Colorado) [10 of 10 PATs•2 of 3 FGs (32 yd ;ong)•12 kickoffs (56 yd. long)]
    16 Pts.  Desiree Justus, Willow Canyon HS, 2012 season (Arizona) [16 of 21 PATs•0-0 PATs]
    14 Pts.  Sarah Friedrich, Laguna Creek HS, 2012 season (California) [11 of 12 PATs•1 of 1 FG (22-yds)]
    12 Pts.  Sydney Morgan, Lake Shore HS, 2012 season (Michigan) [12 of 15 FGs]
    10 Pts.  Rowan Reddish, Wicomico Indians, 2012 season (Maryland) [10 of 14 PATs]
     9 PATs  Alexis Nagle, South Windsor High, 2012 season (Connecticut) [9 of 11 PATs]
     6 PATs  Jessica Dunn, Prairie View HS, 2012 season (Colorado) [6 of 7 PATs]
     6 PATs  Hallie Hopkins, Clearwater Central Catholic, 2012 season (Florida) [6 of 10 PATs•0 of 1 FG]

    16 Pts.  Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (L 16-28) at Columbus Comets, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [35-yd FG•1 of 2 PATs•2 TDs incl. 80-yd. kickoff return TD]
     7 PATs  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 67-12) Tennessee Train, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [7 of 7 PATs]
     3 Pts.  Lynzee Felder, Everette Reign (L 3-16) Portland Shockwave, 4/6/2013 (WFA) [1 of 1 FGs]
    36 Pts.  Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 52-0) Cincinnati Sizzle, 4/13/2013 (WFA) [6 of 7 PATs•5 TDs]
     9 Pts.  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge (W 51-0) West Coast Lightning, 4/13/2013 (WFA) [6 of 7 PATs•1 of 1 FG]
     3 Pts.  Julia Guerrero, Utah Jynx (W 73-6) Tacoma Trauma, 4/13/2013 (WFA) [1 of 4 FGs]
    28 Pts.  Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 40-0) at Detroit Dark Angels, 4/20/2013 (WFA) [2 of 2 FGs•4 of 5 PATs•3 TDs]
    21 Pts.  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge (W 69-6) Arizona Assassins, 4/20/2013 (WFA) [9 of 10 PATs•2 TDs incl. 68-yd. Interception return TC]
    15 Pts.  Chantal Robinson, west Michigan Mayhem (W 17-12) at Indy Crash, 4/27/2013 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG•2 of 2 PATs•2 TDs]
    11 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia (W 47-0) at New York Sharks, 5/4/2013 (WFA) [5 of 7 PATs•1 60-yd. kickoff return TD]
     6 Pts.  Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (W 37-0) New Orleans Mojo, 5/4/2013 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs•3 of 4 PATs]
    10 Pts.  Kristina Katris, Las Vegas Showgirlz (W 65-8) Arizona Assassins, 5/11/2013 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG•7 of 7 PATs]
     3 Pts.  Lindsay Carroll, Nebraska Stampede (L 3-10) Minnesota Machine, 5/18/2013 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs]
     3 Pts.  Kathryn Tylander, Boston Militia (W 81-54) DC Divas, 5/18/2013 (WFA) [1 of 1 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT]
     2 PATs  Jessica Markovcic, Georgia Firebirds (W 22-6) at Florida Stingrays, 5/18/2013 [2 of 3 PATs] (G.D.F.L.-Gulf Coast Division [men's league])
     5 PATs  Jamie Naylor, New England Intensity (W 53-0) Southern Maine Rebels, 6/1/2013 (IWFL) [5 of 8 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Jamie Naylor, New England Intensity (W 16-6) New England/Hartford Nightmare, 6/8/2013 (IWFL) [1 PAT•30-yd. FG]
     9 PATs  Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 63-0) Cincinnati Sizzle, 6/15/2013 (WFA) [9 of 9 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Angela Larsen, Central Cal War Angels (W 65-6) Utah Jynx, 6/22/2013 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG•6 of 8 PATs]
     7 PATs  Asia Landrum, Boston Militia (W 56-0) Central Maryland Seahawks, 6/22/2013 (WFA) [7 of 8 PATs]
     2 PATs  Angela Larsen, Team U.S.A. (W 84-0) Sweden, 6/30/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships 1st round, at Vantaa, Finland [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Jutta Luhtala, Finland (W 47-0) Spain, 6/30/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships 1st round at Vantaa, Finland [1 of 3 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Lara Guscott, Canada (W 50-0) Spain, 7/2/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships 1st round at Vantaa, Finland [6 of 6 PATs•one 2-pt. PAT]
     2 PATs  Angela Larsen, Team U.S.A. (W 84-0) Sweden, 7/1/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships 1st round at Vantaa, Finland
     9 PATs  Angela Larsen, Team U.S.A. (W 107-7) Germany, 7/4/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships semifinal at Vantaa, Finland [9 of 10 PATs]
     4 PATs  Lara Guscott, Canada (W 34-12) Finland, 7/4/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships semifinal at Vantaa, Finland [4 of 4 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Elina Holm, Sweden (W 64-0) Spain, 7/6/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships 5th place game [6 of 7 PATs•2 of 2 FGs]
     2 PATs  Angela Larsen, Team U.S.A. (W 64-0) Canada, 7/8/2013 IFAF Women's World Championships Gold Medal Game, at Vantaa, Finland [2 of 2 PATs]
    14 Pts.  Elina Holm, Sweden, 2013 IFAF World Cup Tournament at Vantaa, Finland (6 of 7 PATs & 2 of 2 FGs)
    13 PATs  Angela Larsen, Team U.S.A., 2013 IFAF World Cup Tournament, at Vantaa, Finland (13 of 14 PATs)   
    12 Pts.  Lara Guscott, Team Canada, 2013 IFAF World Cup Tournament, at Vantaa, Finland (10 of 10 PATs • one 2-pt. PAT)
     2 PATs  Ann-Katrin Schmitt, Germany, IFAF Women's World Championships, at Vantaa, Finland [2 of 5 PATs]
   123 Pts.  Chantal Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2013 season (WFA) [15 of 20 PATs•4 of 5 FGs•16 TDs]
   104 Pts.  Jackie McCall, Seattle Majestics, 2013 season (WFA) [12 of 17 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT•15 TDs• & punter]
    87 Pts.  Ronkia Toombs, Miami Fury, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 two-pt. PAT•14 TDs]
    85 Pts.  Taylor Hay, St. Louis Slam, 2013 regular season (WFA) [31 of 36 PATs•2 of 4 FGs•8 TDs]
    71 Pts.  Lara Guscott, Kansas City Titans, 2013 season (WFA) [29 of 37 PATs•4 TDs]
    58 Pts.  Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion, 2013 season (WFA) [49 of 50 PATs•3 of 5 FGs]
    57 Pts.  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge, 2013 regular season (WFA) [36 of 39 PATs•1 of 2 FG•3 TDs]
    53 Pts.  Lara Guscott, Kansas City Titans, 2013 season (WFA) [29 of 37 PATs•4 TDs]
    47 Pts.  Asia Landrum, Boston Militia, 2013 regular season (WFA) [7 of 8 PATs•two 2-pt. PATs•6 TDs]
    36 Pts.  Joy Barry, Austin Outlaws, 2013 season (WFA) [30 of 32 PATs•0 of 2 FGs•1 TD]
    32 Pts.  Kim Mills, New York Knockout, 2013 season (IWFL) [2 PATs•3 TDs•6 two-pt. PATs]
    31 Pts.  Angela Larsen, Central Cal War Angels, 2013 regular season (WFA) [28 of 32 PATs•1 of 2 FGs]
    31 Pts.  Danielle Resha, Boston Militia, 2013 regular season (WFA) [31 of 36 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
    30 Pts.  Katie Green, Cleveland Fusion, 2013 season (WFA) [16 of 24 PATs•1 safety•2 Interception return TDs]
    28 Pts.  Daniela Ottaiano, Dallas Diamonds, 2013 regular season (WFA) [28 of 33 PATs]
    25 Pts.  Chelsea Aalt, Madison Blaze, 2013 season (IWFL) [1 FG•22 PATs]
    24 Pts.  Jewelle Grimsley, Savannah Sabers, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs•2 two-pt, PATs•3 TDs]
    23 Pts.  Nikki Beyer, Minnesota Vixen, 2013 season (IWFL) [2 FGs•5 PATs•2 TDs]
    19 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2013 season (WFA) [16 of 19 PATs•0 of 3 FGs & punter]
    19 Pts.  Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat, 2013 season (WFA) [10 of 11 PATs•3 of 5 FGs]
    18 Pts.  Kris Simon, DC Divas, 2013 regular season (WFA) [18 of 20 PATs•punter]
    16 Pts.  Kimberley Bingham, Atlanta Phoenix, 2013 season (WFA) [16 of 16 PATs•0 of 3 FGs•punter]
    16 Pts   Melissa Castor, Seattle Majestics, 2013 season (WFA) [16 of 19 PATs]
    15 Pts.  Melanie Allen, Portland Fighting Fillies, 2013 season (WFA) [12 of 19 PATs•1 of 6 FGs]
    15 Pts.  Tricia Charbonneau, Chicago Force, 2013 regular season (WFA) [15 of 17 PATs•0 of 1 FGs]
    15 Pts.  Kristina Katris, Las Vegas Showgirlz, 2013 season (WFA) [12 of 13 PATs•1 of 2 FGs]
    14 Pts.  Kristen Brundage, Tampa Bay Inferno, 2013 season (WFA) [12 of 14 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT]
    13 Pts.  Lynzee Felder, Everett Reign, 2013 season (WFA) [4 of 8 PATs•1 of 2 FGs•1 TD]
    13 Pts.  Molly Redmond, DC Divas, 2013 regular season (WFA) [13 of 15 PATs & punter]
    13 Pts.  Erica Williams, Arkansas Wildcats, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•3 two-pt. PATs•1 TD}
    12 Pts.  Teresa Blue, Savannah Sabers, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs•2 two-pt. PATs•1 TD & punter]
    12 Pts.  Erica Clark, Sacramento Sirens, 2013 season (WFA) [4 of 6 FGs]
    11 Pts.  Cassidy Marsh-Conley, New York Knockout, 2013 season (IWFL) [1 PAT•1 TD•2 two-pt. PATs]
    10 Pts.  Julz Dempster, Toledo Reign, 2013 season (WFA) [4 of 5 PATs•1 TD & punter]
    10 Pts.  Julia Guerrero, Utah Jynx, 2013 season (WFA) [7 of 12 PATs•1 of 4 FG]
    10 Pts.  Angela Myers, DC Divas, 2013 regular season (WFA) [10 of 11 PATs & punter]
     9 Pts.  Dee Smithingell, Tacoma Trauma, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 2 PATs•1 two-pt. PAT•1 TD]
	   9 Pts   Chelsea Reed, Nebraska Stampede, 2013 season (WFA) [9 of 11 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     8 Pts.  Michelle Petty, Portland Shockwave, 2013 season (WFA) [5 of 10 PATs•1 of 1 FG]
     8 Pts.  Mary Ellen Six, Wisconsin Warriors, 2013 season (IWFL) [1 FG•5 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine, 2013 season (WFA) [5 of 5 PATs•1 of 2 FGs & punter]
     7 Pts.  Kara Fultz, Indy Crash, 2013 season (WFA) [4 of 4 PATs•1 of 1 FG]
     7 Pts.  Patricia O'Connell, Tacoma Trauma, 2013 season (WFA) [3 of 4 PATs•0 of 1 FG•2 two-pt. PAT]
     6 Pts.  Ashley Atkinson, Sacramento Sirens, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 3 FGs]
     5 Pts.  Stacey Baker, Tampa Bay Inferno, 2013 season (WFA) [5 of 11 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Sarah Engelsman, Keystone Assault, 2013 season (IWFL) [5 PATs]
     4 Pts.  JoJo Gauthier, Philadelphia Firebirds, 2013 season (IWFL) [4 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Suyapa Melendez, Baltimore Nighthawks, 2013 season (IWFL) [1 FG•1 PAT]
     3 Pts.  Candace Brady, Tampa Bay Inferno, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 two-pt. PAT]
     3 Pts.  Ternisha Cofield, Miami Fury, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 two-pt, PAT]
     3 Pts.  Carmen Gregson, Arkansas Wildcats, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 two-pt. PAT]
     3 Pts.  Brook Morse, Utah Blitz, 2013 season (WFA) [3 of 4 PATs•0 of 1 FG & punter]
     3 Pts.  Okiima Pickett, DC Divas, 2013 regular season (WFA) [3 of 6 PATs]
     2 Pts.  Tess Bair, Portland Shockwave, 2013 season (WFA)
     2 Pts.  Courtney Calder, West Coast Lightning, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 Pts.  Jessie Casaletto, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 5 PATs]
     2 Pts.  Julia Colangelo, New York Sharks, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 7 PATs]
     2 Pts.  Ashley Melvin, West Coast Lightning, 2013 season (WFA) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Vic Bathrick, Toledo Reign, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•also punter]
     1 Pt.   Sarah Bepko, New York Knockout, 2013 eason [1 PAT]
     1 Pt.   Lindsay Carroll, Nebraska Stampede, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 4 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Nikki Givens, Tallagassee Jewels, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 5 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Christina Manzanares, San Diego Sting, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 5 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Erin McGowan, Detroit Dark Angels, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 2 PATs & punter]
     1 Pt.   Kaylee Neutzling, St. Louis Slam, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT & punter]
     1 Pt.   Laura Perez, San Diego Sting, 2013 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 Pt.   Kathryn Tylander, Boston Militia, 2013 regular season (WFA) [1 of 1 PATs]
   * 1 TD    Shannon Morse, Quad City WolfPack (W 69-8) Burlington Express, 8/3/2013 (UNFL) [1st TD in mens pro football league•42-yr. old mother of two children.]
    16 Pts.  Jessica Markovcic, Georgia Firebirds, 2013 season (G.D.F.L.- men's league) [16 of 21 PATs] 
     6 PATs  Arielle Stoyanow, Kapolei High (W 42-7) Pearl City, 8/9/2013 (Hawaii) [6 of 6 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Taylor Tidaback, Villa Rica HS (W 27-3) Woodland-Bartow, 8/23/2013 (Georgia) [2 of 2 FGs (35 & 39 yds.) & 3 of 3 PATs]
     6 PATs  Jessica Dunn, Prairie View HS (L 42-61) Grand Junction, 8/23/2013 (Colorado) [6 of 6 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Taylor Tidaback, Villa Rica (W 27-3) Woodland-Barrow, 8/23/2013 (Georgia) [2 FGs•35 & 39 yds.]
     5 PATs  Lexi Dressing, Nation Ford HS (W 57-56) at Forestview HS (N.C.), 8/23/2013 (South Carolina) [5 of 6 PATs] 
     5 PATs  Savannah Miller, Sunbright High (W 55-33) at King's Academy, 8/23/2013 (Tennessee) [5 of 7 PATs]
     4 PATs  Morgan Hagee, Plainfield High (W 34-32) Columbus North, 8/23/2013 (Indiana) [4 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Emily Mansour, St. Joseph HS (Greenville) (W 47-0) Riverside, 8/23/2013 (Mississippi) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Morgan Scott, McLean County (L 15-46) at Ballard Memorial, 8/23/2013 (Kentucky) [1 of 1 PAT]
     2 PATs  Kali Smith, Paquotank HS (W 42-23) Camden County, 8/24/2013 (North Carolina) [2 of 4 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Emily Knight, Lincoln HS Cougars (W 24-6) Braxton County, 8/29/2013 (West Virginia) [19-yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     6 PATs  Olivia Viney, Marine City (W 42-38) at Richmond HS, 8/29/2013 (Michigan) [6 of 6 PATs]
     1 PAT   Madi Phillips, Destin Middle School Marlins (L 7-47) Bruner Spartans, 8/29/2013 (n.) (Florida) at Steve Riggs Stadium, Fort Walton Beach
    10 Pts.  Savannah Reier, Hilton Head Island HS (W 52-16) at Whale Branch Early College HS, 8/30/2013 (South Carolina) [37-yd. FG & 7 of 7 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Jenna Mears, Saugus High (W 51-14) at Calabasas HS, 8/30/2013 (California) [2 of 2 FGs (28-yd. long)•3 of 4 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Allyson “Ally” Thimsen, Pomona Panthers (W 21-14) at Broomfield HS, 8/30/2013 (Colorado) [2 of 2 FGs (35 & 23 yds.)•1 of 1 PAT]
     6 PATs  Alexis Charles, Doherty Spartans (W 49-7) at Liberty High, 8/30/2013 (Colorado) [6 of 6 PATs & 236 yds on kickoffs]
     6 PATs  Jennifer Lawson, Bradshaw Christian (W 42-21) Maxwell High, 8/30/2013 (California) [6 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kaleigh Pierce, Washington HS (W 47-14) Hedgesville, 8/30/2013 (West Virginia) [5 of 7 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     5 PATs  Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy (W 49-0) Pike Liberal Arts HS, 8/30/2013 (Alabamaa) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 PATs  Brittany Havenner,, South Paulding (W 42-35) at Rome High, 8/30/2013 (Georgia) [4 of 5 PATs & 137 yds. on kickoffs]
     4 PATs  Gabby Hobson, North Bend (W 55-28) Molalla HS, 8/30/2013 (Oregon) [4 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Maegan Rogers, National Trail (W 55-0) Ponitz Career Tech, 8/30/2013 (Ohio) [4 of 4]
     4 Pts.  Julie Staffler, River City (L 10-41) at Christian Brothers, 8/30/2013 (California) [1 FG & 1 of 1 PAT]
     4 PATs  Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills HS (L 28-34) Golden Valley, 8/30/2013 (California) [4 of 4]
     2 PATs  Hallie Hopkins, Clearwater Central Catholic (W 49-10) at Lely High, 8/30/2013 (Florida) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Emily Burden, McClean County HS (W 29-14) Breckinridge County, 8/30/2013 (Kentucky)
     1 PAT   Nikki Polens, Riverview HS (L 13-18) Northgate HS, 8/30/2013 (Pennsylvania) [1 of 2 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     1 PAT   Killian Turley, Long Beach Poly (W 28-15) Crenshaw High, 8/30/2013 (California) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Makayla Waldner, Dexter HS (L 7-42) Ste. Genevieve, 8/30/2013 (Missouri)
     1 tackleKatelyn Becker, Lincoln HS (Wisconsin Rapids) (L 17-20) at D.C. Everest, 8/30/2013 (Wisconsin) [also 25-yd. FG]
     3 Pts.  Audra Lewis, South Allegheny HS (L 3-31) at Seton La Salle (Pittsburgh), 8/31/2013 (Pennsylvania) [31 yd FG •Baton twirling Majorette at half time] [3-40?]
     3 PATs  Kayley Weiland, Hempstead High Freshmen (W 21-14) at Dalzell HS frosh, 8/31/2013 (Dubuque, Iowa) [3 of 3 PATs]
     1 PAT   Frankie Muldoon, Dawson Combined Middle School (W 7-6) Clear Creek Middle School, Sep., 2013 (Georgia) [winning kick]
    13 Pts.  Brittany Havenner, South Paulding (W 55-34) Villa Rica, 9/6/2013 (Georgia) [7 of 7 PATs•2 of 2 FGs (29 & 35 yds.)]
  • Villa Rica also had a female kicker, Taylor Todaback [4 of 5 PATs]
    10 PATs  Kaleigh Pierce, Washington HS (W 75-0) at Spring Mills, 9/6/2013 (West Virginia) [10 of 11 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Lexi Dressing, Nation Ford (W 45-14) Lugoff-Elgin, 9/6/2013 (SouthCarolina) [6 of 6 PATs•25-yd. FG]
     8 Pts.  Nicole Myers, St. James (W 38-19) at Carolina Forest, 9/6/2013 (South Carolina) [38 yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Olivia Viney, Marine City (W 50-13) Sterling Heights HS, 9/6/2013 (Michigan) [5 of 7 PATs & 30-yd. FG]
     7 Pts.  Marissa LaQuaglia, Sierra HS Timberwolves (W 55-14) at Davis HS, 9/6/2013 (n.) (California) [7 of 8 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Melanie McHenry, Speedway Sparkplugs (W 37-19) at Beech Grove HS, 9/6/2013 (Indiana) [27 yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Emily Rentschler, Encinal HS (W 13-10) at Aptos HS, 9/6/2013 (n.) (California) [20 yd. FG to win w/4sec left & 30 yd FG•1 of 1 PAT]
     6 PATs  Loni Byers, Murrieta Valley (W 42-14) at Mayfatr HS, 9/6/2013 (California) [5'1" sr.•6 of 6 PATs]
     6 PATs  Emily Hutchins, Lake Mills HS (W 48-29) at Wisconsin Heights, 9/6/2013 (Wisconsin)
     6 PATs  Laiken Meyer, New Holstein Huskies (W 48-24) Kiel HS Raiders, 9/6/2013 (Wisconsin)
     4 PATs  Alee Boelter, Houston High (L 34-36) Lanesboro HS, 9/6/2013 (Minnesota 9-man football) [4 of 5 PATs•0 of 1 FG]
     4 PATs  Sarah Friedrich, Laguna Creek HS (W 34-12) at Florin HS, 9/6/2013 (California) [4 of 5 PATs•kickoffs]
     4 PATs  Molly Mortensen, Franklin Pierce HS (W 48-20) Hazen High, 9/6/2013 (Washington) [4 of 6 PATs•also kickoffs] ambidextrous kicker
     1 tackleMolly Mortensen to stop kickoff returner.
            •• Sisters Celina Mortensen (2008) & Megan Mortensen (2011-12) also kicked for Franklin Pierce, as did brother Dirk in 2007
     4 PATs  Sydney Reichenbaugh, Marshall HS (L 34-64) Mattawan HS, 9/6/2013 (Michigan) [4 of 4]
     4 PATs  Lindsay Stasinis, Meza HS Highlanders (W 28-27) Golden Valley HS, 9/6/2013 (California) [4 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Taylor Tidaback, Villa Rica (L 34-55) at South Paulding, 9/6/2013 (Georgia) [4 of 5 PATs•S. Paulding's Brittany Havenner had 13 pts. (see above)]
     3 PATs  Jaycee Miller, Niles HS Vikings (L 33-34) Sturgis HS, 9/6/2013 (Indiana) [3 of $ PATs•0-1 FG]
     3 PATs  Abby Sherman, Hughesville High (L 21-35) Bloomsburg HS, 9/6/2013 (Pennsylvania) [3 of 3]
     2 PATs  Courtney Ballou, Norfolk Christian School (W 42-413 O.T.s) Hampton Roads Academy, 9/6/2013 (Virginia) [jr.•winning point in 3rd OT]
  • Kicking Sisters!, the Ballous on Norfolk Christian for 2013.
     2 PATs  Haley Ballou, Norfolk Christian School (W 42-413 O.T.s) Hampton Roads Academy, 9/6/2013 (Virginia) [sr.]
     2 PATs  McKenzie Gregg, Cocke County (L 14-19) Seymour HS, 9/6/2013 (Tennessee) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Jasmine Sattler, Marysville Vikings (W 34-13) at Lake Shore, 9/6/2013 (n.) (Michigan) [2 of 2 PATs]
     1 PAT   Kenysha Coulson, Lee-Huntsville (L 7-41) Gadsden City, 9/6/2013 (Alabama)
     1 PAT   Katie Theut, Cardinal Mooney Catholic (L 13-47) at Carsonville-Port Sanilac, 9/6/2013 (Michigan)
     5 PATs  Claire Gerlitz, Middletown HS Cavaliers (W 35-8) at Concord HS, 9/7/2013 (Delaware) [5 of 5]
     1 PAT   Sarah Franklin, Cincinnati Hughes HS (L 7-14) Marshall HS, 9/7/2013 (Ohio)
    10 Pts.  Haleigh Van Allen, Service HS Cougars (W 52-14) Eagle River, 9/12/2013 (Alaska) [7 of 7 PATs•36 yd. FG]
     9 Pts.  Abby Letson, Colts Neck (W 45-0) at Tom's River East, 9/12/2013 (New Jersey) [35 yd. FG & 6 of 6 PATs]
     2 PATs  Vinciane Luff, Apache Junction (L 20-26) Phoenix Alhambra, 9/12/2013 (Arizona) [2 of 2]
     1 PAT   Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 13-12) at Amityville Memorial, 9/12/2013 (Long Isalnd•New York) [1 f 2 PATswinning PAT w/38 seconds to go & kickoffs]
     7 Pts.  Marissa LaQuaglia, Sierra HS Timberwolves (W 61-59) Chavez HS, 9/13/2013 (n.) (California) [7 of 8 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Kiersten Peck, Sun Valley (W 37-14) East Bladen HS, 9/13/2013 (North Carolina) [4 of 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Loni Byers, Murrieta Valley (W 45-34) Roosevelt HS, 9/13/2013 (California) [5;1" sr.•6 of 6 PATs]
     6 PATs  Sabrina Fronte, North Haven HS (W 42-8) Bridgeport Central, 9/13/2013 (Connecticut) [6 of 6 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Lauren Rutherford, Morgan Academy (L 24-27) Wilcox Academy, 9/13/2013 (Alabama) [22 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Claire Gerlitz, Middletown HS Cavaliers (W 41-6) at Caesar Rodney, 9/13/2013 (Delaware) [5 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Kathryn Myers, Central Mountain HS (L 35-57) at Mifflin County, 9/13/2013 (Pennsylvania) [5 of 5]
     4 PATs  Stephanie Cenko, Herotage High (W 40-34) at South Adams HS, 9/13/2013 (Indiana) [4 of 4 PATs]
     3 PATs  Maggie Harma, Gull Lake (L 21-28) Sturgis HS, 9/13/2013 (Michigan) [3 of 3]
     2 PATs  Alyssa Allen, North Daviess HS (W 47-6) Washington HS, 9/13/2013 (Indiana) [2 of 2 PATs]
     2 PATs  Taylor Tidaback, Villa Rica (W 22-7) Hiram HS, 9/13/2013 (Georgia) [2 of 2•Crowned Homecoming Queen at halftime]
     1 PAT   Ashley Bradford, St. Mary's (Colorado Springs) (L 7-43) at Florence HS, 9/13/2013 (Colorado) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 PAT   Lauren Fech, Newman Catholic (Wausau) (W 58-21) Chippewa Falls McDonell Macks, 9/13/2013 (Wisconsin)
     1 PAT   Juliana Kosik, Edgewood HS (L 7-62) at Kirtland HS, 9/13/2013 (Ohio)
     1 PAT   Alex Wertman, Phoenixville Phantoms (W 19-15) at Owen H. Roberts HS, 9/13/2013 (Pennsylvania) [1 of 2 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Alyson Thimsen, Pomona High (W 38-28) Lakewood HS, 9/14/2013 (Colorado) [29 yd., 30 yd. & 32 yd FGs + 3 PATs]
     6 PATs  Kelsey Ferry, Victoria East (W 42-35) at Brackenridge HS, 9/14/2013 (Texas) [6 of 6]
     4 PATs  Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill Buffaloes (W 34-26) at Aurora Central, 9/14/2013 (Colorado) [4 of 5 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Annabella Geist, Rex Putnam HS Kingsmen (W 28-262 O.T.s) Wilsonville Wildcats, 9/20/2013 (Oregon) [2 FGs, 34 yds. & 40 yds. to tie game with 13 seconds to go & 2 od 2 PATs] {Tying FG also called 36 yds.}
     7 Pts.  Montana Fry, Zane Trace (W 61-27) at Southeastern HS, 9/20/2013 (Ohio) [22 yd. FG & 4 f 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Claire Gerlitz, Middletown Cavaliers (W 54-6) Wilmington Charter School, 9/20/2013 (Delaware)
     6 PATs  Savannah Miller, Sunbright High (W 42-22) Jellico HS, 9/20/2013 (Tennessee) [6 of 6]
     6 Pts.  Kiersten Peck, Sun Valley (W 42-28) Porter Ridge, 9/20/2013 (North Carolina) [6 of 6 PATs]
     5 PATs  Hannah Greene, Birdhoff FS (W 61-0) Nipomo HS, 9/20/2013 (California) [5 of 5]
     5 PATs  Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill High (L 43-47) Standley Lake, 9/20/2013 (Colorado) [5 of 5]
     5 Pts.  Jessica “Jessie” Kluz, Sterling Heights (W 17-14) Mount Clemens, 9/20/2013 (Michigan) [31 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Kayla Merchant, Orchard View (L 23-38) at Fremont Packers, 9/20/2013 (Michigan) [2 of 3 PATs & 26 yd. FG]
     5 PATs  Kathryn Myers, Central Mountain HS (W 41-6) Bellefonte HS, 9/20/2013 (Pennsylvania) [5 of 6]
     5 PATs  Abbey Ojemann, Concord-Carlisle (W 35-18) Lexington HS, 9/20/2013 (Massachusetts) [5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Ashlee Partee, Hillsboro Indians (W 40-6) Landmatk Christian, 9/20/2013 (Ohio) [4 of 6 PATs]
     2 PATs  Ashley Vaisa, Potomac HS (W 26-7) Osbourn HS, 9/20/2013 (Virginia) [2 of 3 PATs]
  • Female kickers on each team, See Sam Frowen below.
     1 PAT   Sam Frowen, Osbourn HS (L 7-26) at Potomac HS, 9/20/2013 (Virginia) [1 of 1 PAT•0 of 1 FG]
     2 PATs  Molly Ambrose, Peninsula Tigers (W 28-14) Milton HS, 9/20/2013 (Florida) [2 of 3 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 30-14) Wilmington College, 9/21/2013 (N.C.A.A.) [20-yd. FG & 3 PATs] 
     2 PATs  Jane Sidley, Malibu High (L 20-49) at Pasadena Poly, 9/21/2013 (California) [2 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
     1 TD    Jensine Falu-Montes, Webster Schroeder (W 49-8) Wilson HS, 9/24/2013 (n.) (New York Section V) [3 yd. run]
     1 PAT   Kimberly Acosta, Mountain Ridge (W 45-26) at Perry Pumas, 9/26/2013 (Arizona)
     6 Pts.  Loni Byers, Murrieta Valley (W 42-22) Elsinore HS, 9/27/2013 (California) [6 of 6 PATs•Crowned homecoming queen at halftime]
     6 Pts.  Montana Fry, Zane Trace (L 24-38) Paint Valley, 9/27/2013 (Ohio) [23 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Sarah Friedrich, Laguna Creek (L 30-33) Sheldon HS, 9/27/2013 (California) [20 yd. FG & 1 PAT•1-2 FGs]
     4 PATs  Aspen Hawkins, Central HS Bulldogs (W 46-8) Buffalo HS, 9/27/2013 (Missouri) [4 of 7 PATS•0 of 1 FG]
     3 PATs  Vie Luff, Apache Junction Prospectors (L 27-63) at William Field HS, 9/27/2013 (Arizona) [3 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Jillian Doan, Lake Central (W 24-10) Michigan City, 9/27/2013 (Indiana)
     1 PAT   Courtney Austin, McDowell Titans (L 28-49) at Roberson Rams, 9/27/2013 (North Carolina)
     1 PAT   Samantha Eastes, Carmel HS (W 42-7) at North Central, 9/27/2013 (Indiana)
     3 PATs  Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 35-34O.T.) at Sayville HS, 9/28/2013 (Long Island•N.Y.) [3 of 4 PATs•Game tying PAT w/2 minutes left]
     4 PATs  Frankie Muldoon, Dawson Combined Middle School, Oct. 2013 (Georgia) championship game
     9 Pts.  Maggie Harma, Richland Gull Lake (W 27-13) Battle Creek Central, 10/4/2013 (Michigan) [20 yd. & 18 yd. FGs + 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 Pts.  Devon Curtright, Summit HS (W 17-14) Bend Lava Bears, 10/4/2013 (Oregon) [29 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
     5 PATs  Ashley Littlefield, Belfast Area (W 49-0) at Hermon High, 10/4/2013 (Maine) [5 of 6 PATs]
     4 Pts.  Allison Aubrey, Holy Family Catholic (L 10-17) Waconia HS, 10/4/2013 (Minnesota) [30 yd. FG & 1 of 1 PAT]
     4 Pts.  Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 22-18) Hauppauge High, 10/4/2013 (Long Island•N.Y.) [30 yd. FG & 1 of 2 PATs•FG is 1st female non-PAT score in Suffolk County]
     4 Pts.  Sam Frowen, Osbourn Eagles (W 13-10) Forest Park, 10/4/2013 (Virginia) [34 yd. FG to win w/45 sec. left•1 PAT]
     2 PATs  Jillian Doan, Lake Central (W 14-13) at Chesterton HS, 10/4/2013 (Indiana) [winning pt. in 4th•0 of 1 FG] 
     2 PATs  Kylee Harrell, St. Clair (L 34-36) Fairview HS, 10/4/2013 (Alabama)
     7 Pts.  Hallie Balch, Desert Christian (L 31-51) Vasquez HS, 10/5/2013 (California) [36 yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs•kickoffs]
     5 PATs  Amanda Young, Averill Park JV v. Mohanasen HS JV, 10/5/2013 (New York) [5 of 5 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Emily Hutchins, Lake Mills (W 27-20) Lakeside Lutheran, 10/11/2013 (Wisconsin) [29 yd. & 32 yd. FGs, 1 FG blocked + 3 of 3 PATs]
     5 PATs  Samantha Dewey, Triton Central Tigers (W 49-27) at Beech Grove, 10/11/2013 (Indiana) [5 of 5 PATs]
     1 PAT   Kaci Cunningham, Howell Highlanders (L 20-27) at Brighton HS, 10/11/2013 (Michigan) [1 of 2 PATs•also kickoffs]
     8 Pts.  Olivia Paquette, Clawson HS (W 38-27) at Mt. Clemens, 10/18/2013 (Michigan) [19 yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
     4 PATs  Danielle Stillarty, Wyoming Area HS (L 34-35) at GAR Memorial, 10/18/2013 (Pennsylvania) [4 of 4 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Samantha Dewey, Triton Central (W 31-7) at Speedway HS, 10/19/2013 (Indiana) [1 of 2 FGs•4 of 4 PATs]
  • Female kickers on each team, Melanie McHenery, Speedway HS, 1 PAT
     7 Pts.  Sydney Reichenbaugh, Marshall HS (W 37-20) Battle Creek Central, 10/19/2013 (Michigan) [35 yd. FG•4 of 4 PATs•roughing the kicker penalty sends her to hospital on FG•kickoff for touchback & 1 tackle]
     5 Pts.  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (L 17-35) Heidelberg University, 10/19/2013 (n.) (N.C.A.A. DIII) [27 yd. FG & 2 of 2 PATs]
    10 PATs  Olivia Paquette, Clawson HS (W 58-34) East Detroit, 10/25/2013 (Michigan) [1 of 2 FGs (28 yds.) + 7 of 8 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Kathryn Myers, Central Mountain (W 50-31) Athens HS, 10/25/2013 (Pennsylvania) [25 yd. FG & 5 of 7 PATs]
     7 Pts.  Alyson Thimsen, Pomona HS (W 31-20) at Arvada West, 10/25/2013 (Colorado) [22 yd. FG & 4 of 4 PATs]
     6 PATs  Jessica Meek, Roosevelt High (W 42-0) at Mead HS, 11/1/2013 (Colorado) [6 of 6]
     7 Pts.  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 19-14) Capital University, 11/2/2013 (N.C.A.A. DIII) [2 of 2 FGs•1 of 2 PAT]
     6 Pts.  Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor (W 24-14) Rocky Point, 11/2/2013 (Suffolk County•Long Island•N.Y.) [36 yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     7 PATs  Hallie Balch, Desert Christian HS (W 55-14) Riverside Prep, 11/8/2013 (Calidornia) [7 of 8 PATs]
     7 PATs  Olivia Viney, Marine City HS (W 49-35) Grand Rapids South Christian, 11/29/2013 (n.) (Michigan MHSAA Division 4 State Championship at Ford Field, Detroit) [7 of 7 PATs]
   202 Pts.  Jennie Lawson, Bradshaw Christian, career, to 2013 (California) [202 of 218 PATs]
    95 Pts.  Bella Geist, Rex Putnam HS, 2011-13 career (Oregon) [89 of 96 PATs•2 of 3 FGs]
    74 Pts.  Alyson Thimsen, Pomona High, 2013 season (Colorado) [9 of 10 FGs•47 of 48 PATs]
    66 Pts.  Brittany Havener, South Paulding HS, 2013 season (Georgia) [3 of 6 FGs•57 of 61 PATs & kickoffs]
    61 Pts.  Olivia Viney, Marine City High, 2013 season (Michigan) [61 PATs]
    43 Pts.  Alexis Charles, Colorado Springs HS, 2013 season (Colorado) [43 of 52 PATs•0 of 2 FGs]
    42 Pts.  Andreya Ventura, Granada Hills Charter School, 2013 season (California) [42 of 45 PATs•0 of 1 FG•1 kickoff]
    41 Pts.  Jessica Meek, Roosevelt High, 2013 season (Colorado) [31 of 41 PATs]
    38 Pts.  Jenna Mears, Saugus High, 2013 season (California) [4 of 6 FGs•26 of 29 PATs]
    33 Pts   Hallie Balch, Desert Christian HS, 2013 season (California) [24 of 28 PATs•3 of 7 FGs•kickoffs]
    31 PATs  Carline Cashion, West Ashley HS, 2013 season (South Carolina) [31 of 32 PATs]
    30 Pts.  Jessica Dunn, Prairie View HS, 2013 season (Colorado) [30 of 40 PATs]
    28 Pts.  Nijay Brown, Eastport-South Manor, 2013 season (Long Island•New York) [3 of 3 FGs•19 of 24 PATs•kickoffs]
    26 Pts.  Devon Curtright, Summit High, 2013 season (Oregon) [23 of 27 PATs•1 of 2 FGs]
    25 Pts.  Alana Gaither, Otterbein University, 2013 season (N.C.A.A. Division III) [13 of 18 PATs•4 of 5 FGs]
    24 Pts.  Marissa LaQuaglia, Sierra High, 2013 season (California) [24 of 30 PATs]
    24 Pts.  Jennie Lawson, Bradshaw Christian, 2013 season (California) [24 of 27 PATs]
    22 Pts   Julie Staffler, River City HS (West Sacramento), 2013 season (California) [1 of 2 FGs•19 of 23 PATs]
    20 Pts.  Lexi Dressing, Nation Ford High, 2013 season (South Carolina) [frosh•17 of 19 PATs•1 of 1 FG (25 yds.)]
    20 Pts.  Annika Edgington, Smoky Hill High, 2013 season (Colorado) [20 of 24 PATs]
    20 Pts.  Ashley Littlefield, Belfast Area High, 2013 season (Maine) [20 of 25 PATs]
    20 Pts.  Lexie Scott, St. Francis Catholic, 2013 season (Florida) [17 of 19 PATs•1 of 2 FGs]
    11 Pts.  Hallie Hopkins, Clearwater Central Catholic, 2013 season (Florida) [11 of 19 PATs]  

    11 Pts   Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Blitz (W 59-6) Detroit Thunder, 3/9/2014 (CIFL men's league) [30-yd. FG & 8 of 8 PATs]
    13 Pts.  Chantel Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem (W 75-0) Cincinnati Sizzle, 4/5/2014 (WFA) [32-yd. FG & 10 of 10 PATs]
    11 Pts.  Joy Barry, Austin Outlaws (W 17-8) Houston Power, 4/5/2014 (WFA) [21 yd. FG • 2 of 2 PATs & 1 TD]
     8 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 62-0) Dayton Breakers, 4/5/2014 (WFA) [8 of 9 PATs]
    12 Pts.  Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat (W 30-8) Acadiana Zydeco, 4/19/2014 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs (28 yds)•3 of 3 PATs•1 TD]
    10 Pts.  Julie Harshbarger, Chicago Blitz (W 34-28) at Saginaw Sting, 4/26/2014 (CIFL men's league) [21 yd. & 28 yd. FGs + 4 of 4 PATs]
    14 Pts.  Kaylee Neutzling, Kansas City Titans (W 62-0) Minnesota Machine, 5/2/2014 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG (22 yds.)•5 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
    11 Pts.  Julia Koralewski, Toledo Reign (W 35-6) Pittsburgh Force, 5/3/2014 (WFA) [5 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
     9 Pts   Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues (W 27-14) Tennessee Train, 5/3/2014 (WFA) [2 of 2 FGs (27 yds. long) & 3 of 3 PATs]
     8 PATs  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge (W 56-0) Nevada Storm, 5/3/2014 (WFA) [8 of 8 PATs]
     9 PATs  Katie Green, Cleveland Fusion (W 71-0) Cincinnati Sizzle, 5/10/2014 (WFA) [9 of 10 PATs]
     7 PATs  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge (W 101-0) Arizona Assassins, 5/10/2014 (WFA) [7 of 7 PATs•99-0?]
    13 Pts.  Julia Koralewski, Toledo Reign (W 37-0) at Pittsburgh Force, 5/31/2014 (WFA) [2 yd. FG•4 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
    13 Pts.  Sara Stevens, Toledo Reign (W 37-0) Pittsburgh Force, 5/31/2014 (WFA) [1 of 1 FG (20 yds.)•4 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
    15 Pts.  Tori Talbutt, Portland Fighting Fillies (W 57-0) Tacoma Trauma, 6/7/2014 (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs (32 yds.) & 2 TDs]
     8 Pts.  Amy Fallon, Pittsburgh Passion (W 38-6) at Baltimore Nighthawks, 6/14/2014 (IWFL) [5 of 5 PATs & 33 yd. FG]
     6 PATs  Martina Beisteiner, Vienna Vikings Ladies (W 54-0) Budapest Wolves Ladies, Aug. 10, 2014 (AFL-DL)
    77 Pts.  Kaylee Neutzling, Kansas City Titans, 2014 season (WFA) [22 yd FG•16 of 20 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs•9 TDs]
    47 Pts.  Kara Fultz, Indy Crash, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 1 FG•17 of 23 PATs•5 TDs]
    39 Pts.  Nikki Ferchland, Portland Fighting Fillies, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 1 FG•19 of 21 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•3 TDs]
    38 Pts.  Melissa Strother, San Diego Surge, 2014 season (WFA) [24 of 28 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•2 TDs]
    30 Pts.  Katie Green, Cleveland Fusion, 2014 season (WFA) [17 of 21 PATs•2 TDs]
    29 Pts.  Kristen Brundage, Tampa Bay Inferno, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 1 FG•21 of 25 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•1 TD]
    28 Pts.  Joy Barry, Austin Outlaws, 2014 season (WFA) [2 of 4 FGs (38 yds. long)•10 of 13 PATs•2 TDs]
    26 Pts.  Kinsey Cranford, Tulsa Threat, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 4 FGs (w8 yds.) • 9 of 11 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•2 TDs]
    24 Pts.  Melissa Castor, Seattle Majestics, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 2 FGs•24 of 29 PATs]
    24 pts.  Tori Talbutt, Portland Fighting Fillies, 2014 season (WFA) [2 of 7 FGs (48 yds. long) + 3 TDs]
    21 Pts.  Lauren Church, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2014 season (WFA) [3 of 4 FGs (27 yds. long) & 12 of 13 PATs]
    21 Pts.  Chantel Robinson, West Michigan Mayhem, 2014 season (WFA) [3 of 5 FGs (33 yds. long) & 12 of 14 PATs]
    20 Pts.  Lynzee Felder, Everett Reign, 2014 season (WFA) [2 of 5 FGs (39 yd. long) •8 of 9 PATs•1 TD]
    19 Pts.  Candace Brady, Tampa Bay Inferno, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 1 FG•10 of 16 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT.•1 TD]
    19 Pts  Emily Holland, Boston Militi, 2014 season (WFA) [18 of 23 PATs]
    19 Pts.  Julia Koralewski, Toledo Reign, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 1 FGs (20 yds.)•4 of 5 PATs•2 TDs]
    14 Pts.  Lindsay Carroll, Nebraska Stampede, 2014 season (WFA) [4 of 8 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs•1 TD]
    14 Pts.  Danielle Thompson, Minnesota Machine, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 2 FGs•6 of 7 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT•1 TD]
    13 Pts.  Sara Stevens, Toledo Reign, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 2 FGs•4 of 5 PATs•1 TD]
    11 Pts.  Molly Redmond, D.C. Divas, 2014 season (WFA) [11 of 17 PATs]
     8 Pts.  Nenplensah Wahkeleh, Atlanta Phoenix, 2014 season (WFA) [6 of 13 PATs•1 2-pt. PAT]
     7 Pts.  Megan Glass, Houston Power, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 1 FG•3 of 5 PATs•2 2-pt. PATs]
     3 Pts.  Brandi Bass, Jacksonville Dixie Blues, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT•1 2-pt. PAT]
     2 Pts.  Michelle Petty, Portland Shockwave, 2014 season (WFA) [2 of 3 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Katelyn Keister, West Michigan Mayhem, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 1 PAT]
     1 Pt.   Diana Lenaway, Detroit Dark Angels, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 3 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Sally Maple, Miami Fury, 2014 season (WFA) [0 of 1 FG•1 of 2 PATs]
     1 Pt.   Ashley Pascoe, Tacoma Trauma, 2014 season (WFA) [1 of 3 PATs]
     9 Pts.  Rienna Rueve, Saskatoon Valkyries (W 53-0) Lethbridge Sreel, 7/5/2014 (WSFL Championship Game, at Saskatoon) [27 yd. FG (37?)•7 conversions•65-yd. single]
     6 Pts.  Becca Meares, Chatfield HS (Colorado) (W 24-14) at Everglades HS (Florida), 8/21/2014 (Colorado) [31-yd. FG & 5 of 5 PATs]
     6 Pts.  Brittany Havenner, South Paulding HS (W 24-19) Sprayberry HS, 8/22/2014 (Georgia) [33-yd. FG & 3 of 3 PATs]
     4 PATs  Lexi Dressing, Nation Ford HS (L 28-48) Forestview HS, 8/22/2014 (South Carolina) [4 of 4 PATs]
     4 PATs  Melanie McHenry, Speedway Sparkplugs (W 28-7) at Greencastle HS, 8/22/2014 (Indiana) [4 of 4 PATs]
     2 PATs  Marisa James, Concord Spiders (W 20-14) Kannapolis, 8/22/2014 (North Carolina)
   
  [The following has been delisted.] The true name is Catlin Porter, a boy:
    30 yards Caitlin Porter, Midland High (L 10-21) at Mount Pleasant, 8/25/2006 (n.) (Saginaw, Michigan)]
    1 PAT, unknown woman, L.A. Harbor College v. El Camino College, 1962 (Junior College) NOTE: Purported. Harbor College says it didn't happen. In 1992, Sandy Tregarthen became the 1st woman to play and score in a junior college football game, 1 PAT.
 
The following took place in kicking camps and contests and are noted:
  ¤ 50 yards  Heidi Garrett (Martin Luther King HS, Riverside, Cal.), 7/27/2003 NKS National Kicking Service Camp competition, Cal Lutheran University campus, Thousand Oaks, Cal.
  ¤ 50 yards  Mia Hamm (U.S. Olympic Team), at Kansas City Chiefs practice, right footed, 2000
  ¤ 30 yards  Mia Hamm (U.S. Olympic Team), at Kansas City Chiefs practice, left footed, 2000
  ¤ 30 yards  Kara Snitger (Cedar Cliff HS, Camp Hill, Pa.), halftime of Big 33 (Penn. v Ohio) HS All-Star Game, 7/24/2004 to win college scholarship. Going to Pittsburgh.
  ¤ 30 yards  Brittany Tole (Plano, Texas), winner of KDMA Dallas/Fort Worth Female Kicking Competition, 2/5/2005 [“Jeff & Anna's Chick Kick”] [Tole a member of NWFA's Dallas Rage]
  ¤ 25 yards  Lauren Peek, (Tulane), TV-12/25 [WTLV & WJXX], As part of Sports report (intern) at Alltel Stadium; made kick as part of her interview with the Jacksonville Jaguar kickers, Summer 2006
  ¤ 20 yards  Tara Zinslen, Ohio State Cheerleaders v. Miami cheerleaders in kicking competition at halftime of Fiesta Bowl, Phoenix, 1/3/2003 [for $5,000 charity prize]

Consecutive successful PATs, by female kicker:
    58 straight PATs - Heidi Garrett, Martin Luther King High, 2004-2005 [last 23 in 2004, all 35 in 2005] (Cal.)

N.C.A.A. All-Divisions Female Football Career Scoring Records:
   100 Pts. Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College, 2007-2010 (Division III)
    87 Pts. Tonya Butler, West Alabama University, 2003-2004 (Division II) [48-53 PATs•13 FGs•Does not count kicks at Middle Georgia College, 2001-2002 (N.J.C.A.A.)]

 ° Coach Gus Welch of American University wanted a co-ed kicker to kick PATs in 1937. Tryouts were held in October. On Nov. 2, the faculty voted down the idea. A name was never revealed.
 ° On 12/16/1940, in the “Soup Bowl” Brownsville Lions 6-6 Brownsville Kiwanis, (Texas), Josephine Taylor missed a PAT for the Kiwis.
 ° Mention should be made of drop-kicker Agnes Risner, New Castle HS (Indiana), missed 2 PATs, 9/17/1943 [New Castle (W 25-0) v. Morton Memorial of Knightstown.]
Picture of Agnes Risner, New Castle High (Indiana) football drop-kicker. From The Nassau Daily Review Star, December 13, 1943
 • Placekick holder Patricia Barzi Palinkas became the first woman on a mens semi-pro team, the Orlando Panthers (W 26-7) v. Bridgeport Jets, 8/15/1970 Held for husband Steve, the kicker, Fumbled first snap and was tackled by the Bridgeport Jets' 240 pound linebacker. Held for successful PAT later in game.(Atlantic Coast League)
 * Jacqueline Lantz, Lincoln HS JV, Yonkers, N.Y., 1985 won a U.S. District Court precedent setting decision and became eligible to kick. Judge Louis Stanton struck down a ban on coed competition in contact sports, but coach Tony Arrichiello ruled her not physically fit to play.
 • Joy Lawrence was a FG kicker for Lincoln HS in Portland, Oregon, in 1993 and the Portland Rose Festival Queen in the Spring. I have found no records for her. 
 * Kathy Klobe, University of Louisville, 1995 suited up and sat on bench but never played. First female on college varsity team.

 • First female at NCAA Spring Football Practice - Rhetta Froedge, Western Kentucky, Spring 1976 (place kicker)
 • First female to suit up for NCAA Division 1A game- Kathy Klobe (K), Louisville, 1995 [30 yd. FG in Flag Football game in HS] {NOTE: name is spelled both Klope and Klobe in historical records.}
 • First female to play in college game (NCAA Div. III)- 2 PATs  Liz Heaston, Willamette Univ. (W 27-0) v Linfield Col. [NAIA], 10/18/1997
 • First female to score in college game (NCAA Div. III)- 2 PATs  Liz Heaston, Willamette Univ. (W 27-0) v Linfield Col. [NAIA], 10/18/1997
 • First female to miss PATs in college game (NCAA Div. III)- Liz Heaston, Williamette Col. (W 41-27) v. Southern Oregon, 10/25/1997. [missed 2, she made two earlier, see above]]
 • 2nd female to suit up for NCAA Division 1A game- Katie Hnida (PK), Colorado Univ., v. Kansas, 9/18/1999.
 • First female to suit up for Bowl Game- Katie Hnida (PK), Colorado v Boston Col., Insight.com Bowl, 12/31/1999 
 • First female to play & score in Junior College game- Sandy Tregarthen, Harbor College (L.A.) (W 24-21) Compton College, 10/24/1992 [California J.C.A.A.] [1 PAT]
 • Second female to play & score in Junior College game- Joy Barry, Ventura College (L 17-48) West L.A. College, 9/13/1997 [California J.C.A.A.]
 • First female to score in NCAA Division One (D1-AA) game- Ashley Martin, Jacksonville State (W 72-10) Cumberland, 8/31/2001 [3 PATs]
 • Third female to score in Junior College game- Tonya Butler, Middle Georgia College (W 35-7) Lackawanna Junior College, 12/7/2002 [5 PATs including 35 yd. PAT] (NJCAA)
 • First female to appear in NCAA Division 1A game- Katie Hnida (PK), Univ. of New Mexico (L 13-27) v UCLA, Las Vegas Bowl, 12/25/2002 Sam Boyd Stadium
 • First female to attempt PAT in NCAA Division 1A game (BLOCKED)- Katie Hnida, Univ. of New Mexico (L 13-27) v. UCLA, at Las Vegas Bowl, 12/25/2002 Sam Boyd Stadium.
 • First female to score in Division 1-A game- Katie Hnida, New Mexico (W 72-8) Texas State-San Marcos, 8/30/2003 [2 PATs] 
 • First female to make FG in college game (NCAA DII)- Tonya Butler, West Alabama College (L 17-37) Delta State [NCAA Division II], 9/27/2003 [37 yard Field Goal]
 • Third female to score in California Junior College game- Suzy Ruckel, Citrus College, 2005 season [2 PATs]
 • 2nd female to make FG in college game (NCAA DIII) - Ashley Baker, Framingham State (W 17-10) MIT, 9/15/2007 [25 yard FG, and 2 PATs]
 • 3rd female to make FG in college game (NCAA DIII) - Alana Gaither, Otterbein University (W 23-13) Muskingum, 10/20/2012 [19 yard FG, and 1 PAT]
 • College Onside Kick Specialist: Erica Vinson, Juniata College (NCAA Division III), 2003 & 2004 [soph in 2004]

 · TWIN SISTERS: Identical twins, Jessica “Jessi” Batey (PATs & FGs) & Rebecca “Alex” Batey (kickoffs) both play for Mason County HS, Kentucky, 2007 season.
 · TWIN SISTERS: Alina Perez & Rosina Perez were both placekickers on Valley High (Sacramento, California) in 2009 season.

 • On October 27, 2007, three women kicked a PAT in three NCAA Division III games:
   °PAT Ashley Baker, Framingham State (L 13-30) Massachusetts Maritime, 10/27/2007 (NCAA DIII)
   °PAT Hillary Carter, Earlham College (W 31-14) at Hiram College, 10/27/2007 (NCAA DIII) [1 of 1] 
   °PAT Brittany Ryan, Lebanon Valley College (L 20-27) at Albright College (Reading), 10/27/2007 (NCAA DIII) [1 of 1]

First female kickers (high school) in these countries & possessions:
 • Germany (DoDDS):   Emma Murray, Patch High (Stuttgart), 2009
                      Jordon Reynolds, Schweinfurt High, 2011
 • Japan (DoDDS):     Liz Dolan, Zama American High Trojans (Tokyo), 1995
 • Korea (DoDDS):     Joanne Youngblood, Taegu American High, 2005
                      Haley Claiborne, Daegu American High, 2011
                      Monica Morales, Daegu American High, 2012
 • US Virgin Islands: Asha Holder, Educational Complex Barracudas (St. Croix), 2010   

 ° Mention should be made of snapper Erin Notestine (C), Sandusky HS (Ohio) (W    ) v. Admiral King HS, 9/22/1995.
 ° Mention should be made of holder Kryshana “Ocho” Pierce, Trotwood-Madison HS (Ohio), 2009 season [also receiver, 2 receptions in 4 seasons]
 ° Mention should be made of:
               punter Roberta Lynn Angeli, Parkside JHS (San Bruno, California), 1968 [8th grader•long of 46-yds.]
               punter Lisa Mims, Louisville HS (Alabama) 40 yard per punt avg., 1977
               punter Shelly Garner Buffington, Gainesville HS (Georgia) [also placekicker], 1985
               punter KaLena “Beanie” Barnes, Univ. of Nebraska. 35 yard punt in annual Red-White Spring game, April 2000
               punter Sally Maple, McIntosh HS JV (Peachtree City, Georgia), 2003
               punter/PK Alisha Feller, East Central High (Texas), 2004
               punter/PK Becky Zimmerman, Annville-Cleona (Lancaster County, Pennsylvania) 2006, 2007
               punter/PK Brittany Dietz, William Penn High (York, Pennsylvania) [also JV], 2007
               punter/PK Jane Kenney, Dexter High (Maine), 2007
               punter/PK Brook McCurdy, Crestwood Juniors (Ontario, Canada), 2007  ~30 yd. punt avg.
               punter/PK Ashley McKay, Discovery Middle School (Alabama), 2009 [8th grader•long of 40 yds.]
               punter/PK K.P. Ronda, Heritage Middle School (Chattanooga, Tennessee), 2009 [8th grader]
               punter/S  Kelly Foster, Rock Hill Cowboys (AYF South Carolina), 2010 (Southland Conference, 10 & Under. 10U)
               punter/PK Jayci Peay, Maple Mountain HS (Spanish Fork, Utah), 2010  
               punter/PK Brogan Boudreaux, St. Mary's Middle School (Georgia), 2011 [also Kickoffs] 
               punter/PK Kat Stutesman, St. Charles North HS, (Illinois), 2012
               punter/PK Courtney Ballou, Norfolk Christian School (Virginia), 2013         

 • First female punter to play in NCAA Spring Scrimmage Game- KaLena “Beanie” Barnes, U. of Nebraska, Red v. White, Spring 2000; 35 yard punt (punter-place kicker)
 • First female non-kicker in boy's football: Frankie Groves (right tackle), Stinnett High v. Groom High, 11/14/1947 (Texas) [16 yr. old junior]
 • Shannon Becker was the placekicker in 1997 for Palisades HS (Pa.); her kickoffs were so long she was known as “Shannon the Cannon”Ambidextrous girl place kicker! Jamie Council, Atascadero High (Cal.), 2009, kicks with both her right and left feet!!
 • Ambidextrous girl place kicker! Molly Mortensen, Franklin Pierce HS (Wash.), 2013, kicks with both her right and left feet!!

 * Monica Hardesty (PK) not allowed to try-out for Pine View Middle School 8th Grade team, Land O' Lakes, Florida, July 1985. Made 35-yard FGs in practice, was planning to sue.
 * Lemetra Marino (PK) not allowed to play for Auburn HS (NY), 1994 [unfair “agility test” not given to boys on team]
 * Heather Sue Mercer (PK) was told she'd made the Duke football team adter Spring practice game, 1995, but was never taken seriously. In 1997 she filed a discrimination lawsuit, and in 2000 won the decision in the Court of Appeals, 4th Circuit..
 * Stephanie Weimer (PK) took part in tryouts for the Penn State football team, Aug. 2002, but didn't make the squad.
 * Mary Nystrom (PK) not allowed to try-out for University of Minnesota football team by Athletic Director, April 2003.
 * Paige Suozzi (PK) not allowed to play for Hilton Head Christian Academy (South Carolina), 2002
 * Kacy Stuart (PK) not allowed to play for New Creations Center (Georgia), 2008 [barred by Georgia Football League]
 * Makhaela Jenkins (PK) is being bared from playing for her middle school by the Liberty Union-Thurston school district (Ohio) 2013


 º Samantha Angell (PK), Aurora University, As freshman, was backup kicker, D.N.P., 2010
 º Lauren Luttrell (PK), Virginia Tech, invited to Spring Scrimmage 2012. Did not make cut.
 º Mo Isom (PK), L.S.U., invited to Spring Practice 2012. Did not make team in fall tryouts.
 º Sarah Bradley (PK) signed to kick for the semi-pro Virginia Hornets (MLF), Jun. 2011 (a men's team)
 º Alana Gaither (PK), Otterbein University. Freshman, 2011. Broke fibula in soccer scrimmage, before football play began.
 º Lauren Silberman PK tried out at N.F.L Regional Combine Tryout, at Florham Park, N.J.. Kicks twice, short, injured, 3/3/2013
 
 ¶ Kathy Ireland played a female place-kicker for fictional Texas State in "Necessary Roughness" a 1991 Hollywood film.
 ¶ Joan Davis played a female place-kicker who hit 28 straight FGs for fictional State University in the 1938 film, "Hold That Co-Ed" · Also scores the winning TD in the big game.
 ¶ Noureen DeWulf plays a sari-wearing female place-kicker at fictional Heartland State University (Texas), in the universally panned 2007 film, "The Comebacks"
 ¶ “Just for Kicks” is a 1975 2-act comedy, a play by P.M. Clepper, about a female high school coach of the Squirrels, and her girl kicker, Diane.
 ¶ Winning Kicker is a 1978 childen's novel, by Thomas J. Dygard, about a pretty girl place-kicker joining a champion high school team.
 
 • Most Points, Career, Female, Junior High School
   75 pts. Taylor Valadez, Permenter (Texas) [2 field goals, 69 conversions], 2003 & 2004

   AFLDL- Austrian Football League Division Ladies [AFL] From 2000.
   AFVD- American Football Verband Deutschland 
   APFL- American Professional Football League (Men's Indoor Football League) [IPFL] [From 2003] 
   AISA- Alabama Independent School Association
   AYF-  American Youth Football League (Boys 10U League, 10 and under)
   CAMFA- Capital Area Minor Football Association (Girls tackle football, Fredericton & Oromocto, New Brunswick, 14-17 yrs.-old. From 2008)
   CIC-  Cook Inlet Conference (Women's flag football, Chugiak, Alaska)
   CIFL- Continental Indoor Football League (Men's pro league)
   CVFL- Central Valley Football League (Men's Spring League, California)
   DoDDS- Department of Defense Dependents Schools (overseas school system)
   EFL-  Eastern Football League (Men's semi-pro league)
   GFL-  German Football League Ladies (Bundesliga Frauenfootball) [Began play 1990]
   GPFL- Great Plains Football League. (Men's semi-pro league) [From 1995, had been Windom Football Lg., Minnesota league]
   GDFL-GCD- Gridiron Developmental League - Gulf Coast Division (Men's pro league) [From 2010]
   GWTFL- Guam Women's Tackle Football League (Women's 6-a-side & 8-a-side leagues) [Began 2012]
   IFAF- International Federation of American Football (Began women's play 2010)
   IFL-  Ironman Football League. (Men's Semi-Pro League) [From 1996; Illinois & Wisconsin]
   IWFL- Independent Women's Football League. Began play 2002
   LAFL- Lady Arena Football League (8-woman indoors) [Began 2012]
   LCFL- Labelle Community Football League. [Men's pro league]
   LFL-  Lingerie Football League. Began 2009 [Indoor 7-on-7 indoor football league. No Kicking outside kickoffs]
   LTFA- Ladies Tackle Football Association
   MCFL- Mid-Continental Football League. [Men's semi-pro league]
   MFL-  Millennium Football League [Men's minor league] [From 2000 to 2002]
   MLF-  Major League Football [Men's semi-pro league]
   MWFL- Maritime Women's Football League [From 2006, had been the NBWFL.]
   NBJGFL- New Brunswick Junior Girls Football League (High School age tackle football, New Brunswick. From 2010)
   NBWFL-New Brunswick Women's Football League (Canada) [From 2004; Maritime Women's Football League from 2006]]
   NGFA- National Girl's Football Association. Began play 2005. Affiliated with NWFA.
   NWFA- National Women's Football Association. Renaming of NWFL for 2003 season. Due to NFL lawsuit.
   NWFL- National Women's Football League. Began September 1974. Was WPFA. Folded 1980s [1982-1988 regional midwest lg.]
   NWFL- National Women's Football League. Began play 2001, named change to NWFA for 2003 due to complaints by the NFL of trademark infringement.
   RIFL- Regina Intercollegiate Football League (Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada Secondary School (HS) League)
   SWFL- Southwest Football League [Men's semi-pro league, Southern Caalifornia]
   UNFL- United National Football League [Men's semo-pro league]
   UWFL- United Women's Football League
   WAFC- Women's Affiliated Football Council. Mar.-Dec. 2002. Some went to IWFL Spring 2003.
   WAFL- Women's American Football League. 2001, teams join AFWL in 2002.
   WFA-  Women's Football Association. Formed 2002, folded 2003
   WFA-  Women's Football Alliance. Began Spring 2009.
   WFL-  Women's Football League. Began play 2002. To 2007
   WPFL- Women's Professional Football League. 1965 to 1973. Reformed as NWFL
   WPFL- Women's Professional Football League. Began play 1999. Suspended 2008.
   WSFL- Women's Spring Football League (Begins 2010)
   WTFA- Women's Tackle Football Association. Formed 1988, midwestern lg. headquartered at Grand Rapids. May have suspended operations in 2006.
   WWCFL- Western Women's Canadian Football League. Began play 2011.
         Note- The women's leagues use a smaller ball.
  ••In NWFL #1, a PAT by kick was 2 points, by run or pass one point. The NWFA continues this scoring system.
  ••In NBWFL & MWFL, a kicked PAT is worth 2 points, by run or pass one point.
  ••In State of Washington MIddle School, a kicked PAT is worth 2 pts., by run or pass only 1 pt.
  °°The IWFL had no goal posts, there were no FGs and PATs were by run or pass for one point. Now there are goalposts (2008).
  °°The LFL has no kicking outside kickoffs. 1-pt. extra point from 2-yard line. 2 points from 5-yard line]
   Go to Women's Professional Leagues Championship Games page for (known) year by year champions!!
   See the German Ladies Bowl

 Note- This is a male: *13 PATs  Lynn Betts, Fairmont HS (Montana), 1970 (by drop-kick!)  {for year}
  Read about the first “Football Game by Girls” in 1896!!
  Read about Girls' Football at San Jose State in 1925.
   Recommended reading: “Girls Should Play Football”
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Field goals were not always worth 3 points!
*American football at first was mainly a game of kicking. Only goals counted, a “touch” earned you a punt-out to better position your kick.
*A mass meeting took place at Princeton in November 1876. Following a contentious session, by a narrow vote, Canadian rugby was adopted as American football.
*11/23/1876 Massasoit house, Springfield,Mass. the Intercollegiate Football Assocaition is organized and the Rugby union code adopted with one scoring change:
*“A match shall be decided by a majority of touchdowns. A goal shall be equal to 4 touchdowns, but in case of a tie, a goal kicked from a touchdown shall take preference over four touchdowns.”
*So, until 1881, a “goal from the field” was worth 4 times a “touch”, and the PAT was a tie breaker, the safety was just a procedure to earn a free kick from the 25.
*1881- The Safety was made a provisional tie-breaker. By 1882 a TD and “goal after” were worth more than a goal from the field, and four TDs were worth more than a FG.
*A numerical scoring system had not yet been conceived.
°°Nov. 18, 1882, at Holme's Field, Cambridge, Mass., Princeton and Harvard both scored a TD, only Harvard making the goal after, Princeton took 8 safeties (which didn't count, only earning a team the right to free kick and get better field position on defense.) The referee gave the game to Harvard, saying that Princeton missing the goal-after made their touchdown not count. If it had counted the game would have been a tie, as the goal after didn't count except in this instance when if no good, it nullifies the touchdown. You can see from your confusion that something had to be done. This game led to a numerical scoring system.
*American football with a numerical scoring system began 1883.

                                FG  TD  PAT  S
                    1883         5   2   4   1
                    1884-1896    5   4   2   2
                    1897-1903    5   5   1   2
                    1904-1908    4   5   1   2   
                    1909-1911    3   5   1   2
                    1912-1957    3   6   1   2 
                    1958-1987    3   6 1or2  2
                    1988- now    3   6 1or2  2 + 2 points for defensive return of failed PAT.
                                                 1 point for a safety if one occurs on PAT attempt.
                    In 1922 PAT 1st allowed to be scored on run, pass or drop kick from 5 yard line, for 1 point.
                    Before this the PAT was only allowed by placement

                    The two-point conversion:
                                             N.C.A.A. from 1958
                                             A.F.L. 1960 to 1969
                                             N.F.L. from 1994
                    .
     •Forward passes were not allowed in the Canadian game until 1929.
      TDs were 5 points in Canada, increased to 6 points in 1956.

     *In Philadelphia Interscholastic football, a kick-off that went through the goal posts was (still is?) a field goal worth 3 points!
        Field goal on kickoff:
       • 1997 Jimmy Lynn Sanchez, Lancaster-McCaskey West JV at West Catholic (Philadelphia), (exhibition)
     *N.F.L. Europe awarded 4 points for FGs of 50 yards or more.
     *Arena Football awards 4 points for drop-kicked field goal and 2 points for drop-kicked PAT.
     *The N.W.F.A. awards 2 points for PAT by kick, only 1 point for PAT by run or pass.
     *The Maritime WFL awards 2 points for a convert by place kick, as did the NBWFL.     
     •In 6-man football, a FG is 4 points and a kicked PAT is worth 2 points.
     °In the W.F.L., a TD was worth 7 points, the point after was worth 1 point, & had to be by run or pass.
     •The single or rouge: 
        -In Canadian football, there are no touchbacks on kicks. If the receiving team downs it in the (20 yard long) end zone, or if any kick goes out the back of the end zone, one point goes to the kicking team. This is called a single, point or rouge. The kicker or any player lined up behind him, can also recover the kicked ball in the end zone (for a touchdown). As well, the receiving team can punt the ball back out of the end zone to prevent the point from being scored. The goal posts are also on the goal line. On a TD, the scored upon team can start at the 35 yard line, receive a kick-off, or even kick-off themselves. (A rule once in U.S. college football)
        -The Indoor Football League (originally United Football League), has a rouge scored if a kickoff is not run out of the end zone.
        -The American Indoor Football Association also gave a rouge point if a kickoff was not run back out of the end zone, and as noted next.
         The uno was a single awarded in the AIFA for a kickoff that goes through the uprights.

     °The first legal forward pass in American football took place in 1906, after a change in rules. In 1951 a new rule established that no center, tackle, or guard could receive a forward pass.
     °Before 1912 a forward pass could only be thrown 5 yards behind the line of scrimmage & travel no more than 20 yards. In 1912 the rules were changed to allow the ball travel an unlimited amount of distance and be thrown any distance behind the line of scrimmage.
Free-Kick from Fair Catch
Following a fair catch there is a choice of play from scrimmage or free placekick, without the use of a tee.
Two Free Placekicks From Fair-Catch In One Day, N.F.L.
9/13/1964
  °Green Bay Packers v. Chicago Bears, Packer fair catch at Packer 48, Paul Hornung 52 yard FG
  °Philadelphia Eagles v. New York Giants, fair catch at Giants 47, Sam Baker's 47 yard attempt no good.

*The “bouncing field goal”- 11/11/1911: Wally “Butch” DeWitt, Princeton, attempts a 45-yard drop-kick FG against Dartmouth. A line drive, it bounces two or three times, may have also touched one or twwo Dartmouth plsayers, and then over the crossbar. The referee signals it as good. (under a 1909 rule that seemed to allow it), and those 3 points were the only score in the game, giving Princeton a 3-0 win. The same day, in an Andover-Exeter game, a similar kick was declared no good. A regulation banning such a play and score, was passed the following year.

*The “punt-out” should also be mentioned. Through 1919 following a TD there was a choice to be made. The ball was not centered in the field for the goal-after, but placed on the other side of the goal line, at the 15 yard line, from where the score had been made in the end zone, The PAT had to be tried from there no matter the acute angle to the goal posts nor side of the field. Or the scoring team could elect to punt-out, or kick-out. A free kick from the spot of the score, kicked to your own team for a fair catch to better position for the point(s) after. If the ball was not free-caught it was a free ball; anyone could recover and regular play continued.
*In 1920, the punt-out was eliminated and the ball centered on the field at the 2 (3 in 1929) for the PAT, as it has been ever since. Walter Camp bemoaned the loss of strategy and coaching eliminated in the PAT; making it automatic made it vestigial. Centering the ball for the try was especially criticized.

*Tees were optional until abolished in 1924 for kickoffs.

*The Rouge: In Canadian football: a kick through the opponent's (20 yard) end zone (even on a missed kick) is a “rouge” or “single” and worth one point. A rouge is also called if the kick returner doesn't return the ball out of the end zone.

*“Convert”: In Canadian football, the point after (PAT) is called a convert.

*In Philadelphia Interscholastic football, a kickoff that goes through the goal posts is 3 points.

*A “kick-out” from the end zone followed a safety or a touchback until 1914 when instead a scrimmage at the 20 yard line (30 yd. line in 1922) replaced this.
*After a safety the scored upon team puts the ball in play by a kick from the 20 beginning in 1926.
*A ball passed from the end zone that hit the goal posts, when they were on the goal line, was a safety; but a ball thrown towards the end zone that hit the goal posts was in play until it hit the ground.

*Goal posts set back 10 yards behind goal line (NCAA) 1927.

* No hashmarks- The ball was spotted 1 yard in from the spot where the ball carrier was downed. An out-of-bounds play, the ball was set near the sideline. Until 1920, point after touchdowns would be attempted from where the ball had crossed the goal line for the kick attempt.
*First use of hashmarks, 1932- The NFL season ended in a tie for first between the Chicago Bears and the Portsmouth Spartans and a one-game playoff for the championship was set. Weather was so harsh that it took place indoors at Chicago Stadium, and hashmarks came about for spotting the ball. The field was only 60 feet long and 30 feet less in width. The Bears won 9-0.
•Hashmarks 5 yards (15') from sidelines, 1933-1944: In 1933, these hashmarks were adopted as the NFL which had used the college rules previously revised their rules and went their own way with new NFL football rules.
•Hashmarks 20 yards in (60'), NFL 1945-1971: NFL rule change moves hashmarks 15 yards more from sideline.
•Hashmarks 23 yards 1 foot 3 inches in (70'3"), from 1972-19__: NFL rule change moves hashmarks further towards center of field.
•Hashmarks 23 yards 1 foot 9 inches in (70'9"), NFL today
•Hashmarks 17 yards 2 feet 4 inches in (53'4"), NFHS (high school) today, NCAA until 1993.
•Hashmarks 20 yards in (60'), NCAA from 1993: NCAA rules change

*1st onside kick on a kickoff. Walter Camp first used the “dribble kick” at Yale. Alonzo Stagg took it further with Chicago University in 1894 first employing the fake kick-off where at the last second a second player kicked the ball short, instead of the faking kicker. Warhorse Allen “kicked it gently” against Michigan that year, the kicker Clarence Hershberger recovering the ball for a large gain. In 1898 against Penn, Hershberger was the first kicker to recover his own on-side kick on a kickoff.

*1st direct snap to kicker thought up by Walter Camp, Yale 1895. Before this the QB took the snap and tossed it back to the punter.

*1st spiral snap from center: Muskegon High School, 1906.

*1st quick-kick: Chicago, 1896.

*1st flea flicker from place kick formation: 10/31/1925 Illinois 24-2 at Penn, Franklin Field

*Until 1932, on a kick-off or free-kick, the receiving could send 10 players running back to where the kick was caught and form a flying wedge on the return, a “thundering herd”.

*1st “wrong-way” play (when the game was closer to rugby) was by Rutgers. When each goal was by kick and each worth 1 point, Rutgers beat Princeton 6 goals to 4, one of Princeton's scores resulting from this wrong-way play. The Rutgers player kicked the ball towards his own goal, aiming to split the uprights. He may have scored for Princeton, but the kick was blocked. Princeton recovered and then scored. 11/6/1869, New Brunswick,New Jersey. The very first intercollegiate football game.

*On 11/11/1911, Princeton beat Dartmouth when two drop kicks, by DeWitt, bounced over the crossbars and were called good for 3 points. The referee said there was no rule against it. In 1912 there was such a rule. This was also the same year that it became 4 downs to make 10 yards, when the field was reduced from 110 yards to 100 yards long, when the forward pass was no longer limited to a 20 yard zone from the line of scrimmage and was allowed to be caught in the end zone. 1912 was the birth of modern football.

*An additional offensive kick was the “quarterback-kick”, or onside-kick from scrimmage. 1st used by Minnesota in 1892; it was the forerunner of the forward pass. A form of quick kick, it was usually kicked just after the center snap as the quarterback dropped back. The QB or any back behind him could recover a kicked ball. Coach George Woodruff of Penn also came up with the QB-kick in 1892. The quarter-back would kick the ball and his backs would try to catch it in the air or pounce on it after it hit the ground. The first quarterback kick by Penn was by Bucky Vail against Lafayette 11/16/1892. Also called an offside kick at times, it was not totally eliminated until 1922.


*1934- modern narrower circumference football was introduced, though Midwestern schools had used it already in 1933. When Cornell had gone out to play Michigan they called it the “Little Potatoes' ball” First changes had begun in 1931. As well, in 1928, some teams were using a ball with a “pronounced snout” known as a “Bootleg Football” which was severely restricted the next season.
*“Little Potatoes' Ball”:- The more pointy new ball eliminated drop kick as it was virtually impossible to get the ball to stay up for the kick.
 Circumference of football (The “prolate spheroid”) around its middle:
   Through 1928/1931: 22½" to 23"
   1929/1931 to 1933: 22" (short axis circ.: 22" by 22½) Also the long axis circumference.
   1934 on: 21" (short axis circ.: 21¼ by 21½)
   1982 NCAA: 20¾" to 21¼"
   1988 NFL: Lowered to 21" to 21 1/4"
   CFL (Canada): 207/8" to 211/8"
*The axis the ball spun about on a kick also changed. The old blimp-like ball spun around the point-to-point axis; the new narrower ball flipped end to end-the axis that it spun around had changed to the new narrower circumference, the narrower ball would not naturally spin the old way off the foot.

Article from The Eashington Times, Eashington, D.C., October 25, 1917. NEW YORK, Oct. 25--Quarterback Rosen, the new pivot man of the Columbia eleven, worked again today with a greased ball. The coaches are doing everything possible to eliminate fumbling, and the greased ball is much harder to handle.

*Drop kicks could be attempted on the move, even past the line of scrimmage. The best backs were called triple threats; from the backfield they could score running, passing or drop kicking.
*Two of the last triple threats were Benny Friedman of Michigan and Ken Strong, from NYU.

*In NFL, Benny Friedman became the first star quarterback, in 1930 he was paid a record $35,000 a year. He ran, passed, place-kicked, dropkicked, scored every which way, at Michigan, leading the New York Giants to the NFL championship, as co-owner and player of the NFL Brooklyn Dodgers. He passed and kicked the old fat blimp ball, then adapted to the newer cigar-shaped ball. In the late 1930s, for the semi-pro Cedarhurst Wolverines, he was dropkicking the newer ball , still, for field goals and extra points.
*Ken Strong was the “All-American Boy”. Destined to be the next Lou Gehrig he hurt his arm in the minors. He still holds the single season home run record for the Eastern League (47). In an era long before the DH, his major league career hopes were ended. He was already an NFL star, the only star on the Staten Island Stapletons and later helped lead the Giants to the championship. After the arm injury, he could no longer be an effective passer. He ran the ball, but not soon after he became the first kicking specialist. Once a long drop-kicker, he was also a great placekicker for the time; his career lasted late into the the 1940's. He was an early jumper to a rival league, the AFL (#2) in the mid-1930s. The AFL lasted two years; Strong also played in the next AFL (#3) 1939 & 1940, and on his own Long Island Clippers barnstorming team. Reinstated and back on the Giants post-war, he convinced Commissioner Buddy Bell to relax the limited substitution rules which allowed him to stay on as a kicking specialist only. Before this, a kicker would count as one of the limited amount of substitutions allowed in a half; so players on the field when a score was made, when a field goal was needed (or a punt), would do the kicking; thus teams might have 3 or more kickers, each playing another position, offense and defense. Not all quarterbacks or passing wingbacks would kick, but many did. The placekicker might be an end or a tackle. Ken Strong, the last triple threat became Ken Strong, the first kicking specialist.                                                        Return to top.
Article from The From the Brooklyn Eagle September 10, 1939: 'Metal Plate Adopted'/'The Joe J. Lipp metal template has been officially adopted by the National Football League. The template is the exact size of the official ball and, if the ball does not fit into it perfectly, it will not be regarded as official. The gauge is designed to eliminate tampering with the ball. In the past some teams with superior passers used a long, narrow ball, while those which were obliged to depend more  on kicking, tried to work in a blunt end spheroid.'
• In 1940, an official NFL ball was chosen to be manufactured by Wilson Sporting Goods. Named “The Duke” for Wellington Mara, owner of the NY Football Giants, it was first used in 1941.

*A quick-kick is a surprise punt from scrimmage when not 4th down. Here are some long quick kicks:
  Two in one game:
   •84 yards Kyle Rote, S.M.U. (W 21-13) Oregon 1/1/1949 Cotton Bowl 1st quarter 69,000
   •80 yards Doak Walker, S.M.U. (W 21-13) Oregon 1/1/1949 Cotton Bowl, (same game), 1st quarter. To the 6 inch mark.

   •82 & 80 yds. Sammy Baugh, Washington Redskins (L 10-17) New York Giants. 9/28/1941 (NFL)   Griffith Stadium  35,677  (2 in one game)


*The scored upon team has the option to kickoff or receive. This is rule in NFL and National Federation of HS rules (NFHS). The NCAA changed this rule in 2003, the scoring team being required to kick. The last time this rule was used to kick off after being scored upon is undetermined so far..

*On a punt, the receiver may punt it back. Here is the only example I have seen:
       Oct. 22, 1933- Harry Newman of New York Giants punted to Shipwreck Kelly of the Brooklyn Dodgers who punted it back to the Giants who lost a yard in the exchange. Giants win 21-7, Polo Grounds (N.F.L.)

•Here is a video of an Canadian Football League example. There are 4 kicks on this play. It is the last play of a tie game, and relates to how Canadian kicking teams can score a point if the kicked ball is not brought out of the end zone by run or kick: Multiple kicks on CFL play.

*Goal posts were originally at each end of a 110 yard football field.
*When the field was reduced to 100 yards long in 1911, ten yard end zones were added as well, the goal posts remained on the goal line..
*In 1927 (NCAA) the goal posts were moved ten yards back to the end line at back of the end zones.
*In 1927 the NFL moved the goal posts ten yards back to the end line.
*The 1932 NFL Championship game was held indoors at Chicago Stadium in 1932. Due to constricted space, hashmarks were started for the first time and the goal posts were put on the goal line.
*In 1933, the NFL moved the goal posts back to the goal line.
*When the goal posts were on the goal line, a punt out of the end zone that hit the crossbar or goal posts and bounced back and out of end zone was a safety.
*A pass that hit the goal posts was made an automatic incomplete pass by the NFL in 1948.
*Goal posts offset from the line of scrimmage in NFL and made uniformly 20 feet above the crossbar, 1966
*In 1974, the NFL moved the goal posts back ten yards to the end line; and a missed field goal was moved back to the line of scrimmage instead of the 20 yard line.
*Canadian football: Goal posts are still on the goal lines of a 110 yard field, with a 20 yard Goal Zone past the goal line.
*In Canada, it is illegal to kickoff with a drop kick.

Last Known Drop Kicks
High School
Field Goal:
  10/29/2010- Coby Moody 34 yards, Canton Tigers (W 45-28) at Ringwood HS (Oklahoma) 32 yds.?
  10/15/2010- Coby Moody 37 yards, Canton Tigers (L 15-34) at Seiling High (Oklahoma)
  10/27/1975- Frank Perotta 26 yards, New Dorp W 15 - 14 at Jefferson, at gun to win game. (Staten Island, NY)
  11/__/1971- Steve Diggs 30 yards, Lassen HS (Susanville) W 39-14 v. Las Plumas (Oroville) (California)
  10/30/1964-  Ian Rodwell 19 yards, Dover High W 17-7 at Dover High (Delaware)
[2 of 4 FGs by 11/26; long of 19, drop kicked FGs left footed, placekicked PATs right footed (17 of 22)]
  9/13/1963-  Skeeter Smith 21 yards, George Washington HS (Alexandria) (W 16-7) Annandale (Virginia) [improvised off bad snap for placekick]
  1961-  Billy Wayne Clark ?? yards, Louisville HS (Alabama)
  10/23/1948-  Harvey Kuenn 52 yards, Milwaukee Lutheran v. Milwaukee University (Wisconsin) [later major lg. baseball star]
  10/1/1948-  Leonard “Buster” Vandehey 58 yards, Loyal High (W 9-6) Abbotsford HS (Wisconsin) [winning kick]
 Attempted:
  10/5/1974- [missed from 29 yds.] Mike Kenney, Indian River HS (New York)
Point After:
 Last converted:
  10/25/2013- Matt Kohler, West Salem Northwestern HS (W 57-0) at Rittman HS, 1 PAT (Ohio)
  10/13/2012- Ben Gallagher, Pembroke Hill HS (W 52-6) Lincoln College Prep, 1 PAT (Missouri)
  10/5/2012- Ben Grogan, Arlington Martin (W 59-7) Weatherford HS, 1 PAT (Texas)
  10/28/2011- Bobby Barnes, Keith Bears (W 42-6) Marengo HS, 1 PAT (Alabama)
  9/9/2011- Kody Thomas, Tampa Robinson (W 34-14) Dunedin HSm 1 PAT (Florida)
  10/20/2010- Jason Pan, L.B.J. HS J.V., 1 PAT [awarded 2 points] (Texas) District Championship at Nelson Field, Austin
  10/16/2009- Coby Moody, Canton Tigers (W 54-6) at Ringwood HS, 2 of 3 PATs (Oklahoma)
  10/31/2008- Eric Soza, Jones HS (Beeville) (W 55-23) Rockport-Fulton HS, 1 drop kick PAT (Texas)
  11/7/2008- Derek Devereaux, Burkburnett Bulldogs (W 55-0) Hirschi HS, 1 PAT by drop-kick (Texas)
  11/7/2008- Eric Soza, Jones HS (Beeville) (W 57-26) at Moody HS (Corpus Christi) 1 PAT by drop kick (Texas)
  8/24/2007-  Ryne Bailey, DH Conley (W 39-6) Northern Nash, 3 of 5 PATs at Greenville (North Carolina)
  10/29/1999- Brian Mollenshott, Jeromesville Hillsdale HS v. Chippewa HS, 1 PAT (Ohio)
  10/7/1977-  Darren Gale, Eastern Heights Mustangs (W 38-20) Gorham HS (Kansas)
  11/15/1975- Frank Perotta, New Dorp (W 19 - 16) at Clinton, 1 of 3 PAT; also played single wing wingback. (N.Y.)
  11/8/1975-  Frank Perotta, New Dorp (W 20 - 6) Tottenville, 2 PATs (N.Y.)
  1971- Paul Solon, PATS during season, 3 missed FGs by 10/15, Albuquerque Academy (New Mexico)
  1970- Lynn Betts 13 PATs in season, Fairmont HS (Montana)
  10/14/1967-  Michailo Vukovic 1 PAT, Tonawanda Warriors (W 28-0) Niagara-Wheatfield HS (New York)
  10/21/1966-  Pete VanFleet 1 PAT, Port Baron HS (W 46-0) at Weedsport HS (New York)
  10/30/1965- George Wolske, Wisconsin Lutheran (W 25-6) Milwaukee Lutheran (Wisconsin) [due to bad snap]
  10/16/1964- Jeff Koeller, La Crosse Central (W 13-6) Eau Claire Memorial (Wisconsin)
  9/20/1963- Pete Kramer, Lincoln HS Shipbuilders (W 7-3) Green Bay West (Wisconsin) City Stadium (+ 25 yd. TD run)
  11/4/1961- Mike Shipper, Lincoln HS Ships (W 34-0) Appleton HS (Wisconsin) [2 PATs•2 PAT passes•TD pass•TD run] Manitowac Municipal Athletic Field
  9/30/1961- Mike Lloyd, Cedar Grove (W 13-12) Ansted Highlanders (West Virginia)
  9/29/1961- Jim Miles, Cedar Rapids Prairie HS (T 14-14) Mid-Prairie (Wellman) (Iowa) [2 PATs]
  11/12/1960- Dick DeVuono, Hewlett High (W 34-7) South Side, 1 PAT (Long Island, New York)
• See film of DeVuono's drop-kick!
  10/30/1960- Harold Biddle, Westerville High (W 46-14) Marysville HS (Ohio)
  10/30/1960- Wilkin, Westerville High (W 46-14) Marysville HS (Ohio)
  10/8/1960- Ron Smith, Concordia Prep (N.Y.) (L 7-13) Stamford Catholic (Conn.)
  1957- “Automatic Albie” LeClaire, Jr. 23 of 24 PATs by 11/11, Lincoln High (Manitowac, Wisconsin) (16 straight until 1 blocked.; Sr.)
  10/13/1957- Cardona, Cardinal Hayes Prep W 7 - 0 St. John's Prep, at Downing Sta., Randall's Island. (N.Y.)
  11/3/1956- Norm Taylor, South Tahoe High (L 20-32) Tahoe-Truckee HS, at Carson City (Nevada) (2 of 3 PATs, also 1 TD run, 2 TD passes)
  9/28/1956- Bob Fee, Oil City High (L 7-13) Warren Dragons (Pennsylvania) Mitchell Field 1,600
  10/21/1955- Jim Stevenson, Lindsay High W 13-12 Strathmore HS, at Lindsay (Tulare County, Cal.) (n.) (To win game; 1 of 2)
  11/29/1953- Bob Smith, Upper Perkiomen (W 7-0) Boyertown HS (Pennsylvania)
  11/21/1953- Phil Leibrock, A.B. Davis (Mt. Vernon) W 19 - 15 Edison Tech, at Mt. Vernon (N.Y.)
  11/11/1953- Phil Leibrock, A.B. Davis (Mt. Vernon) L 7 - 41 v. New Rochelle, at Mt. Vernon. (N.Y.)
  11/6/1953- Jack Shaw, Stockton Colts L 7-13 v. Woodland Prep, 11/6/1953 (Calif.)
  10/24/1953- Wirth, Closter W 19 - 13 at Fort Lee. (N.J.)
  10/10/1953 (n.)- Larry Gavin, Notre Dame HS (W 34-7) Chesapeake HS (Ohio) (2 PATs) Portsmouth Municipal Stadium
  10/10/1953- McCarthy, Eastern Academy L 7 - 14 at St. Benedict's, Newark (N.J.)
  10/3/1952- Vern Adkisson, 4 PATs, Milliken HS W 28-26 at Nunn HS (Colorado) [* 3 TD passes]
  Oct. 1949- Edgar Sweitzer, University High (Morgantown) (W 7-6) Kingwood HS (West Virginia)
  1946- Gene Simmons, 13 of 13 or 15 of 15 PATs, Elkins High (West Virginia) (58 of 63 in 4-yr. career)
  1945- Gene Simmons, 35 of 41 or 36 of 38 PATs, Elkins High (West Virginia) (junior; 9 of 9 v Philippi; also drop kicked kickoffs)
  10/19/1945- “Sonny” Francis, 1 PAT, Lawrence High (W 34-13) Leavenworth HS (Kansas)
  10/29/1944- Jack Gleason, 1 PAT, St. Ann's HS (Miami) (W 19-18) Gesu HS (Florida) (winning point)
  1943- Rocco Carbone, 10 of 15 (by 10/25), Austin High (Chicago, Illinois)
  1943- Bill Vavul, 14 of 15 (by 10/25), Amundsen Prep (Chicago, Illinois)
 Attempted:
  11/28/2013- [wide right] David Santos, Fairhaven HS (L 6-26) Dartmouth HS (Massachusetts) (2nd drop kick miss on year)
  9/14/2012- [“botched”] Ryan Sheehan, Mountain Pointe (W 58-7) at Buena HS (Arizona)
  11/19/2010- [blocked] Joe Litton, Bunker Hill HS (L 6-38) Shelby High (North Carolina 2AA Playoffs 1st round)
  10/30/2010- [off crossbar] David Bresnahan, Wingham HS (L 25-49) at Campbell HS (New Hampshire)
  11/12/2010- [missed] Michael Rasmussen, Lake Highland Prep (L 20-21) Bishop Moore (Florida)
  11/5/2010- [bad snap] Josh Penne, Bandon High (W 25-6) Reedsport (Oregon)
High School 6-man football
(PATs worth 2 pts. & FGs worth 4 pts. in 6-man.)
Field Goal:
  10/21/1954- Old Crow 35 yards, Lodge Grass Indians (W 69-12) Colstrip Colts (Montana) (+ TD pass & 2 PATs)
Point After:
  2010 season- Tyler McDaniel, Brownwood Victory Life Academy (Texas) (18 of 50 PATs in 1st 9 games)
  11/3/1956- Ronnie Davis, Wells High (W 22-12) Carlin HS (Nevada) (2 of 3 PATs)
  10/21/1954- Old Crow, Lodge Grass High (W 69-12) Colstrip High (Montana) (2 PATs•TD pass•35 yd. FG)
  10/23/1953- Dave Dexheimer, Guilford Central (L 28-32) Laurens Central (New York)
  10/23/1953- Doug Layman, Laurens Central (W 32-28) Guilford Central (New York)
  10/23/1953- Herb Schweitzer, Hartwick High (W 46-20)Mount Upton (New York) (2 PATs)
  10/16/1953- Herb Schweitzer, Hartwick High (W 8-7) Springfield Central (New York)
  10/15/1953- Dave Dexheimer, Guilford Central (W 32-14) at South New Berlin (New York) (+ 2 TDs)
Canada High School
Convert (PAT):
  10/18/1965- Ted Scrutton, Midland (W 7-6) R.H. King HS (Suburban Scarborough Senior HS Lg., Ontario)
Junior High School
Point After:
  10/10/1963- Darrell Morris, Peterson JHS (W 23-6) Schlertz-Cibolo JHS (Texas) Antler Field, Kerrville
  1949- Mac Bane, Odessa JHS v. Midland JHS (Texas)
Grade School
Field Goal:
  c. 1953- Albie LeClaire, Jr. (unknown distance) FG, St. Boniface (Manitowac) (W 3-0) Cathedral (Green Bay) (Wisconsin)
College
Field Goal:
 Major College:
 Last converted:
  11/27/1948- Gene Simmons 22 yards, West Virginia W 16 - 14 Maryland, at Mountaineer Sta. 20,000
  9/26/1941- Leland “Bunky” Morris 48 yards, Syracuse W 39 - 0 Clarkson, at Archbold Stadium (n.) 16,000
  9/26/1941- Leland “Bunky” Morris 25 yards, Syracuse W 39 - 0 Clarkson, at Archbold Stadium (n.) 16,000
 Small College:
 Last converted:
  10/17/1942- Nelson “Bud” Smith 37 yards, Coe College (W 9-6) at Cornell (Iowa) [winning kick]
Point After:
 Major College (NCAA DI):
 Last attempt:
  10/6/2004- Anthony Cheng, Princeton L 9-54 at Army, at West Point (On 4th qtr. TD; freshman)
  10/8/1966- Dick Kenney, Michigan State (W 20-7) Michigan (off bad snap) Spartan Stadium 78,833
  11/25/1961- Don Jonas, Pittsburgh L 26 - 47 Penn State, at Pitt. 37,261
Drop-kick attempted after busted play on fake from placement formation.
 Last converted:
  9/18/1959 (n.)- Bobby Joe Green, Florida (W 30-0) at Tulane 30,000
  11/8/1952- Des Koch, U.S.C. (W 54-7) at Stanford
  1950- Gene Simmons, West Virginia, 19 of 20 PATs by drop kick in season.
  11/4/1950-  Art Coggio, St. Michael's (W 41 - 6) Hofstra, 5 PATs, at Vermont
  12/17/1949- Eddie LeBaron, Pacific (W 75 - 0) at Hawaii (night) 28,000
  10/2/1948-  Gene Simmons, West Virginia (W 27 - 7) Temple, 3 PATs, at Hershey, Pa.
  10/2/1948-  Nelson, Wesleyan (W 13 - 0) Bowdoin, 1 of 2 PATs, at Middletown, Ct.
  1948-  Stan Krivik, Notre Dame (24 of 31 PATs on season?)
  11/20/1943-  Bill Chestnut, Kansas (W 7-6) Missouri
  1939-  Nile Kinnick, Iowa, 11 of 17 PATs (sr.•11 TD passes, 16 rushing TDs, 40.2 punting avg., 19.2 return avg., 107 pts, Heisman Trophy)
 Last converted, Bowl Game:
  1/1/1949- Gene Simmons, West Virginia (W 21-12) Texas Mines, 3 PATs, Sun Bowl, El Paso, Texas, 13,000
 College (misc.):
 Last converted:
  Nov. 1956- Don Mason, Missouri Univ. “B” team (W 35-30) Missouri U. Frosh (soph.; last pt.)
 College Division (NCAA DII):
 Last converted:
  11/9/1968- Ward Nelson, Cornell College (Iowa) (W 57-14) Beloit
  1963- Dick Dykstra, Central College (Iowa) (W 62-0) Simpson College
 NCAA Division III:
 Last attempt:
  10/29/2011- Jack Hackbart, St. Norbert (W 37-21) Ripon College
 Last converted:
  11/14/1998- Jason Milligan, Hartwick College (W 54-8) St. Lawrence
  11/10/1990- Aaron Fitzgerald, U. of LaVerne (W 37-7) Claremont-Mudd, at LaVerne
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 NAIA:
 Last converted:
  10/13/1962- Dennis DeLay, College of Emporia (W 59-6) Kansas Wesleyan
  9/28/1957- Tommy Gilmer, Pacific Lutheran (W 7-6) University of Puget Sound
 College Club Football:
 Last converted:
  10/28/1967-- Kevin Sullivan, Fairfield College (L 19-21) at Fordham University Rose Hill 3,116
Pro Football
 Major league:
Field Goal:
 National Football League (NFL):
  9/19/1937-  Earl “Dutch” Clark 9 yards, Detroit Lions W 16 - 7 Chicago Cardinals, at Detroit 18,000 (also Lions coach)
Point After:
 All-America Football Conference (AAFC):
  11/28/1948- Joe Vetrano, San Francisco 49ers L 28 - 31 Cleveland Browns, Kezar Stadium 61,000
Vetrano's kick came after bad snap to holder for place-kick.
 National Football League (NFL):
 Last converted:
  1/1/2006-   Doug Flutie, New England Patriots L 26-28 Miami Dolphins, at Foxboro, Mass.
Flutie's kick was 1st Soccer-Style drop-kick
  12/21/1941- Ray “Scooter” McLean, Chicago Bears W 37 - 9 New York Giants (NFL Championship), at Wrigley Field 13,341
  11/13/1938- Ralph Kercheval, Brooklyn Dodgers W 32-14 Philadelphia Eagles, The Polo Grounds 15,000
  10/23/1938- (2 PATs) Dick Tuckey, Cleveland Rams W 23-21 Chicago Bears, Wrigley Field 19,705
 Attempted:
  11/5/1972- (nullified) Ray Gerela, Pittsburgh Steelers v. Cincinnati Bengals
After holder fumbled snap, Gerela had left-footed drop kick blocked. Later ruled no kick due to fumble.)
 NFL Pro Bowl:
 Attempted:
  1/29/2012- Drew Brees (New Orleans Saints), A.F.C. (L 41-59) N.F.C., at Honolulu
 Minor League:
Point After:
 American Professional Football League (APFA):
  11/10/1940- Dick Tuckey, Long Island Indians W 20 - 7 Providence Steam Rollers, at Dexter Park, L.I. 4,500
 Semi-Pro:
Point After:
 Pennsylvania Pro Football League:
  9/15/1948- (4 PATs) Stan Krivik, McKeesport Ironmen (W 50-0) Ambridge
  11/28/1947- (3 of 3) Stan Krivik, McKeesport-Duquesne Ironmen (W 21-0) Pottsville (Championship Game)
  11/13/1947- (8 of 8) Stan Krivik, McKeesport-Duquesne Ironmen (W 64-0) New Kensington (night) (29 of 29 for regular season)
Hula Bowl All-Star Game
Point After:
  1/6/1957-   Norm Van Brocklin (L.A. Rams), Professional All-Stars W 52 - 41 College All-Stars (also 5 TD passes), at Honolulu 24,000
Last Drop-Kicks in Canadian Football:
Grey Cup Championship Game
Last Drop-Kick Field Goal:
  11/29/1947-  Don Hiney, Winnipeg Blue Bomber (L 9-10) at Toronto Argonauts, at Varsity Stadium 18,885 (distance?)
Canadian Football League Game
Last Drop-Kick Attempt:
  9/8/1974-   Tom Wilkinson, Edmonton Eskimos (W 24-2) Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 9/8/1974, at Clarke Stadium 21,346 missed 30 yd. FG
 Indoor/Arena Football: In Indoor Football, field goals by drop kick are 4 pointers, drop kicked extra points 2 pts.
Field Goals Made:
 Arena Football League:
  1996- Tom Whelihan, St. Louis Stampede (1 FG)
  1995 season- Brian Mitchell, 1 of 1 FG, St. Louis Stampede
  1994 season- Brian Mitchell, 6 of 11 FGs, Cleveland Thunderbolts
 Arena Football League 2 (AF2):
  8/1/2000- Jef Wood 46 yards, Carolina Rhinos v. Pensacola Barracudas Playoff Quarter-Final 51 yds.?
 Intense Football League:
  5/12/2007- Carlos Ojeda 21 yards, Alaska Wild at Corpus Christi Hammerheads
 Southern Indoor Football League:
  6/11/2011- Geoff Boyer 25 yards, Albany Panthers (W 43-40) at Fayetteville Force w/35 sec. left for win
Field Goals Attempted:
 Arena Football League:
  2008- Mark Lewis, Austin Wranglers (2 attempts on season)
  2005- Steve Videtech, Columbus Destroyers
  7/26/2002- Matt Simonton, Orlando Predators (W 37-27) Buffalo Destroyers (two 4-pt. FG misses in game) playoffs
  5/24/1996- Ty Stewart, Minnesota Fighting Pike v. Tampa Bay Storm
Points After:
 American Indoor Football Association:
  5/29/2010- Nick Terracina, Erie Storm (W 68-58) at New Jersey Revolution
  5/20/2006- Jason Cherry, Johnstown Riverhawks (W 68-0) Cumberland County Cardinals (night)
 Arena Football League:
  6/16/2012- Geoff Boyer, Pittsburgh Power (L 62-63) Milwaukee Mustangs
  7/22/2011- Taylor Rowan, Spokane Shock (L 56-75) at Jacksonville Sharks
  5/31/2008- Marlon Moye-Moore, Orlando Predators v. Arizona Rattlers (3 PATs)
  6/7/2008- Odie Armstrong, Orlando Predators at Tampa Bay Storm (2 PATs)
  2008 season- Chris Robinson, Arizona Rattlers (6 PATs)
  2005- Steve Videtich, Columbus Destroyers
  2003 season- Kerry Brown, New York Dragons (5 PATs)
  8/1/1997- Chris Ford, Texas Terror v. Anaheim Piranhas (3 PATs
  1997- Kenny Stucker, Milwaukee Mustangs
  1996- Ty Stewart, Minnesota Fighting Pike
  1995- Ian Howfield, Las Vegas Sting
  1995 season- Brian Mitchell, 10 PATs, St. Louis Stampede
  1994 season- Brian Mitchell, 18 of 34 PATs, Cleveland Thunderbolts
  1992 season- Ira Hillary, Cincinnati Rockers (5 PATs)
  1992 season- Marco Morales, New Orleans Night (3 PATs)
 Arena Football League 2 (AF2):
  7/25/2000- Jef Wood, Carolina Rhinos v. Pensacola Barracudas Playoffs
  2001- Jef Wood, Macon Knights v Tallahassee Thunder (PATs)
  2001- Phil Setterquist, Tallahassee Thunder v. Macon Knights (PATs)
 Continental Indoor Football League:
  5/22/2009- Scott Duvall, Milwaukee Bonecrushers v. Chicago Slaughter straight-on kicker
 United Indoor Football League:
  2007 season- William Mulder, 1 of 2 PATs, Lexington Horsemen
  7/19/2008- Peter Christofilakos, 2 PATs, Eastern Conf. (L 39-57) Western Conf. All-Star Game at Sioux Coty, Iowa
  3/30/2012- Jim Terry, 3 PATs, Western Pennsylvania Sting (L 30-46) at Johnstown Generals
  3/23/2012- Jim Terry, a of 2 PATs, Western Pennsylvania Sting (L 34-88) at Erie Explosion

Drop-Kicks could be attempted from anywhere on the field, including over the line of scrimmage.
° In 1998, the N.F.L. changed the rule, restricting drop-kicks to behind the line of scrimmage

• 11/1/1924- Forest “Frosty” Peters converted 17 of 22 PAT attempts by drop kick, Montana State Freshmen v. Billings Tech

• c.1918- Cuyler Leonard, Fresno High (California) just missed 75 yard drop kick for FG; crossbar was later found to be 4 inches too high.

Ad for movie The Drop Kick (1927)
The Drop Kick (1927) was John Wayne's first film. As an extra, he played a football player & a fan.

• Former Australians who used drop-kicking to punt or kickoff:
Colin Ridgeway, Dallas Cowboys taxi squad, 1965 (N.F.L.) [punts]
Geoff Toll, Munster South High, 1968 (Indiana) [kickoffs] {exchange student}

In today's Arena Football League (AFL) and Arena Football League 2 (af2), PATs by drop kick are worth 2 points and a FG by drop kick 4 points.

Longest drop kick field goal in Arena Football
  46 yards Jeff Wood, Carolina Rhinos (W 76-64) Augusta Stallions, 8/1/2000 Arena Bowl Quarter-Final (orig. reported as 51 yds.)
Continental Indoor Football League drop-kick
  1 PAT Scott Duvall, Milwaukee Bonecrushers (W 70-50) Chicago Slaughter, 5/22/2009 (n.) [54 years old]

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Worst Kickoff
 -9 yards George Nozspoditch, Santa Monica City College (W 39-33) Long Beach City College, 11/6/1953
   · His kickoffs were dropkicks. This one went over his head to his own 26. Assuming kickoff from 35 yd. line.

In the British American Football Association, the drop kick is still used

Longest drop kick field goal in Britball
  55 yards Ben Torriero, Harrogate Hawks v. Mersey Centurions, 5/13/1990

In the Canadian Football League, a Drop-Kick may be made at any time in a play, not just from behind the line of scrimmage!

ad from Hempstead Sentinel 8/28/1926 for a movie: Richard Dix in The Quarterback with Esther Ralston, A Paramount Picture Directed by Fred Newmeyer, Presented by Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky. Appearing at Calderone's Hempstead Theatre, Fulton Avenue. It shows a kicker from the side, his foot high in the air, the stadium behind.
From The Hempstead Sentinel, Hempstead, New York. October 28,1926.

Also see List of all players with 49 Home Runs or more in one season in the history of organized baseball.

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