If Mansfield High is still playing football in 2063, these career records might still be standing in 50 years, and then again, they may not be.After all, as the saying goes, records are made to be broken. These five career records, though, are going to be tough to break. 1. Bryan Young's 154 point after touchdowns from 2001-04-First of all, you probably going to kick on the varsity level for four years, averaging 38 extra-points a year. Second, you are going to be the kicker for very explosive offenses teams. 2. Joe Todd's 23 sacks for 1994-96-If you have three years of rushing the passer, you would still have to average close to eight sacks. Corey Eason has an outstanding career from 2004-06 and he finished six behind with 17. If you are passer rusher in the category of those two, you are likely not to have that many chances to get to the quarterback. Teams literally ran away from what ever side of the field Eason was on. 3. Omari Walker's 258-points in the 1991 and 1992 seasons. The biggest threat to that mark was Shawn Doherty with 240 in 2007-09 and he was three touchdowns behind. Since they are the only two Hornets since 1998 to go over the 200 points, it looks like a good bet, though that record will stand. 4. Jeff Creeden's 213 tackles from 2003-05. This is another where you are to have to have three outstanding seasons. Creeden averaged 71 tackles a season. Adam Young (2000-02) challenged it, but he finished 22 behind with 191. Creeden was a tackling machine for the Hornets. 5. Shawn Doherty's 2,669 yards from 2007-09. This is an incredible record when you break it down. Doherty is 467 yards ahead of John Connell (1999-2001), who is in second place. That's about a half season ahead, if a running back was on pace for 1,000 yard-season. To break this, you are going to need to average close 890 yards a season. That's a tough task. We'll have to check back in 2063 to whose records are still standing.