In one of the wildest high school football games of the season, Central Valley (Wash.) kicker Austin Rehkow drilled a state record 67-yard field goal to force overtime as time expired. In case you don't believe it, there's video evidence of the kick (which features a fair amount of screaming) below. Central Valley went on to beat Shadle Park (Wash.), 62-55.
Rehkow's clutch kick broke the previous Washington record for longest field goal of 62 yards, which was set 83 years ago by Kent's Kelly Imhoff. No other Washington high school kicker has eclipsed the 60-yard mark. According to the National Federation of High Schools Record Book, Reno (Nev.) kicker Dirk Borgognone owns the national record after kicking a 68-yard field goal in 1985.
Rehkow's record wasn't the only one in the game. Shadle Park quarterback Brett Rypien, the nephew of Washington Redskins Super Bowl-winning QB Mark Rypien, set the state single-game passing record by throwing for 577 yards in defeat.