Dirk Borgognone kicked a 68 yard field goal in a game for Reno High School vs. Sparks High School (Nevada), September 27, 1985.
Ateneo de Manila high school track and field team of the Philippines holds the longest consecutive winning streak, from 1979 to 1998
Ryan Longwell, minnesota vikings -record 2008
Danny Christopolous 62 yards
The NFL record for longest field goal is 63 yards and the NCAA record for longest field goal is 67 yards. Unless a hurricane force wind is behind the kicker, a 100 yard field goal would be pretty much impossible.
59 yards Tony Franklin (Eagles) in Dallas
Martin Gramatica for 65 yds
David Akers longest successful field goal went bouncing in the uprights 63 yards against the Packers in Week 1 of the 2012 season tying the NFL field goal record.
According to documented sources, the longest high school football field goal was 68 yards by Dirk Borgognone of Reno, NV in 1985. (There is an undocumented 70-yard kick which would be the longest in any US football venue.) In 1971 John Woodward of Elk Grove H.S. in California kicked a 67 yard field goal vs. Grant H.S. in Sacramento California. In 1999, Rusty Curry of Duluth H.S. in Georgia, kicked a 67 yard field goal vs Norcross H.S. which came off a free kick after a fair catch. In 2012, Austin Rehkow of Central Valley High (Washington) also kicked a 67 yard field goal, sending their game against Sadle Park High into overtime, where Central Valley eventually won.
The longest field goal in NFL postseason history was kicked by Pete Stoyanovich of the Miami Dolphins , AFC: Miami vs. Kansas City, 1990