As we continue to celebrate Girls Sports Month, here's a look at 10 records that may never be touched. For details on how to enter to be a columnist for our site, click here.
1. In 1939, Dolores Frieze of Garfield (Los Angeles), threw 27 consecutive strikeouts in a game. It took 68 years for another softball pitcher to come close as Jenna Ignowski had 23 consecutive strikeouts in a game for Niles, Mich., in 2007.
2. In 1976, Kathy McMillan of Hoke County (Raeford, N.C.) long jumped 22 feet, 3 inches at the Jack in the Box Invitational in Westwood, Calif. Even though she won a silver medal in the 1976 Olympics in Montreal, she couldn't match her high school record. If she had, she would have won gold.
3. Erin Martin of Temple City, Calif., scored 286 goals in her high school soccer career from 1989-92. She was later a Pac-10 Player of the Year for Stanford and a pro soccer player.
4. Granbury, Texas, girls basketball coach Leta Andrews has 1,394 wins and at 75 is still coaching. The next closest is Dunbar (Fort Worth) boys basketball coach Robert Hughes, who retired in 2005 with 1,333 victories.
5. The girls soccer team at St. Thomas Aquinas (Fort Lauderdale) won 119 consecutive games from 1994 to 1998 and went 158 games without a loss from 1994 to 2001. The team won seven consecutive state titles from 1993 to 1999.
6. Epiphanny Prince, now a player with the WNBA's Chicago Fire, scored 113 points for New York City power Murry Bergtraum in a 2006 game against another city school, Brandeis, breaking the record of 105 held by Cheryl Miller since 1982.
7. Lisa Leslie, now a former WNBA player, once put up 101 points in a half for Morningside (Inglewood, Calif.) against South (Torrance) in 1990. South didn't take the court in the second half, ending her run.
8. Candice Carnahan, Barbe (Lake Charles, La.) threw 50 no-hitters in her career (1988-91). She also won 107 consecutive games.
9. In October, the Edina, Minn., girls tennis team won its 16th consecutive state title. The No. 2 team on the list? Edina, which won 15 consecutive titles from 1978-1992.
10. Allyson Felix of Los Angeles Baptist (North Hills) ran a 22.11 in the 200 meters on May 3, 2003, at the Banamex Grand Prix meet in Mexico City. She won the gold medal in the event at the 2012 London Olympics.