When Keelan Anderson of South (Cheyenne, Wyo.) booted a 61-yard field goal in a 49-9 loss to Natrona County on Sept. 22, he became the first high school player to kick a 60-yard field goal during the 2023 seson.

A week later, Towns McGough of Auburn (Ala.) kicked a 60-yard field goal in a 13-7 win over Ramsey and became the 106th high school player to ever kick a field goal of 60 yards or more, according to the website luckyshow.org. The website by Paul S. Luchter tracks all field goals (professional, college and high school) of 60 yards or longer.

Using Luchter's data, MaxPreps has put together a list of the longest field goals in high school football for each of the last 65 years, along with other notable long field goals in years prior to 1959. ...

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