Mary Cain put three shorter distances in her state record collection, but she also added the 5000 meters in her one go at it on the track.
Most of home-schooler Josh McDougal's big races were out of state, but he took over the 5K in his senior year and left big marks in the record books.
Lauren Harris got her mentoring from ex-champ and US top race walker Maria Michta Coffey and ended up with most of NY's records.
In 2018 Katelyn Tuohy ran NY's fastest ever times for the mile and also for 8 times around the track, but Aisling Cuffe still has a claim on the 2 mile.
At two distances that the guys don't run that much, two standout guys had two standout times 13 years apart and a long time ago.
Jeanne Villegas and Morgan Wheeler set javelin records decades apart due to new design rule changes that were implemented in 1999.
Andy Silbsterstin and Glenn Hayward set NY javelin records three years apart more than three decades ago, and both may never be broken.
In 2013 after winning another national championship, Rudy Winkler made a stopover at West Point to set a national record in the hammer throw.
Jill Shippee let if fly at the New England Championship in her senior year and broke the 200 foot barrier.
In 2019 at her home meet, Sarah Trainor ran by herself to a national record in the 2K steeplechase.
At 2018 NBON, Northport rebounded from a crushing States loss for a 4x800m national title.
In the mud of Vernon-Verona-Sherrill at 2011 States, Nick Ryan led Fayetteville-Manlius to a one-point win over Rush-Henrietta.
Lanae-Tava Thomas added almost a foot to her own state record in the long jump at the 2017 US Juniors.
In the last race of the 2016 NBON national championship, Huntington took the crown in the 4x400m.
At the Section 4 State Qualifier in 2016, Alexis Daniels reached a long-sought new territory with a 50-7.5 toss.
In two meets earlier in the season Rayvon Grey fell slightly short of Bob Beamon's 50 year old long jump record, but he got it at States in 2016.
In 2016 Alyssa Sandy flew to a 13.45 time at the PSAL championship to break a 13-year-old state record in the 100 meter hurdles.
In 2015 at New Balance Outdoor Nationals, Rai Benjamin took on the the best in the country and drove the state record below 50.00 for the national crown.
At the Loucks Games in 2015, Northport's Mikey Brannigan led ten guys across the line in under 9 minutes for the 3200m to smash the state record.
In a downpour at Nationals with the rest of the action stopped, Sammy Watson and Rush-Henrietta drove through the deluge to set an all-time US record in the 1600m sprint medley relay.
At the inaugural outdoor Brooks PR Invite in Seattle in 2014, national champ Northport took on the best of the west in the 4xMile and came away with the win and state record.
On her first attempt at Penn Relays in 2015, Marie-Josee Ebwea-Bile soared out more than 42 feet to break an 18 year old state record.
In 2014 a month before she entered college, Mary Cain gave the US its first ever distance event medal at World Juniors with gold in the 3000m.
At Nationals in 2011 among high flying competition, Joran Yamoah skied to 16-8.75 to break the outdoor state PV record for the third time.
At 2013 NBNO, Medgar Evers celebrated the final days of Kadecia Baird's storied career with a state record and national championship.
A final comeback by the anchor in the NBON Nationals in 2010 netted Warwick Valley a silver medal and a state record.
Mary Cain continued her rampage through the record books in 2013 when she dove under 2 minutes for the 800m at the Pre Classic.
Monroe-Woodbury went to New Balance Nationals in June of 2010 and was pushed to a state record in the 1600 sprint medley relay.
Walter Henning broke a record that had stood for a quarter century when he made a big shot put heave in his own backyard in 2007.
In 7th at the final turn at World Juniors, Kadecia Baird stormed back to lay down a state record and 5th fastest US 400m of all time.