The most goals kicked by a player in the Reserves was when St. Kilda's Bill Cubbins kicked 22 goals against West Melbourne in round 14, 1920. He kicked 12.4 out of St. Kilda's final quarter total of 12.6. A week later Carlton kicked 31.23 (209) versus West Melbourne with A. Inch kicking 16 goals.
Teams were held goalless on only 7 occasions in the 9620 Reserves matches played. The last such instance was by Collingwood versus North Melbourne in round 13, 1987.
Brian Taylor kicked 15 goals out of 22 for Richmond versus North Melbourne in 1981. He kicked 119 goals in the reserves that year.
A year earlier, in 1980, Mark Jackson kicked 131 goals for Richmond Reserves, the highest seasonal total of goals.
Having retired from senior football in 1943, Jack Titus came back for Richmond Reserves in 1947 against North Melbourne when they were short of players and kicked 12 goals.
One of the closest rounds in reserves football was round 8, 1995, with the average winning margin being just 9.66. St. Kilda defeated Essendon by 22 points, Collingwood defeated Fitzroy by 13, Carlton defeated Sydney by 9, Geelong defeated Richmond by 6, North Melbourne defeated Footscray by 6 and Hawthorn defeated Melbourne by 2.
In round 21, 1980, five of the winning teams posted scores in excess of 150: Geelong 24.26 (170), Carlton 25.17 (167), Richmond 26.10 (166), Essendon 22.23 (155), and Collingwood 22.23 (155). The victorious team who missed out was South Melbourne with a score of 17.16 (118).
Round 14, 1980: this was the day on which North Melbourne seniors went scoreless in the second half versus Geelong seniors and finished with a score of 4.3 (27). In the reserves, North Melbourne could only score 5.7 (37), yet emerged triumphant over Geelong reserves who scored 4.12 (36).
In round 12, 1988, five of the winning scores were in the 90s: Carlton 13.20 (98), Hawthorn 11.31 (97), Footscray 13.17 (95), Essendon 14.10 (94), and Melbourne 14.10 (94). The remaining winner was St. Kilda who just missed out with 13.11 (89).
In the Reserves, round 22, 1979, five of the results produced margins exceeding 100 points:
Collingwood 25.30 (180) vs Melbourne 9.9 (63)
North Melbourne 24.22 (166) vs St. Kilda 2.5 (17)
Footscray 29.7 (181) vs Hawthorn 9.10 (64)
Geelong 28.23 (191) vs Fitzroy 5.10 (40)
Carlton 24.35 (179) vs South Melbourne 3.6 (24)
Essendon was the other winner, scoring 15.7 (97) vs Richmond 10.14 (74)
The Grand Final has been won from the Elimination Final in the lower grades by Fitzroy Under 19s in 1982 and by Brisbane Bears reserves in 1991.
Apart from holding the record for the most goals in a senior VFL/AFL match, Fred Fanning also holds the record for the most goals in any VFL/AFL Grand Final when he kicked 12 for Melbourne Reserves against Richmond Reserves in 1939.
The biggest percentage recorded in the Reserves was 723.8 by Collingwood versus Hawthorn after round 1, 1946, the scores being 21.26 (152) to 1.15 (21).
Don't know of any website that does. I'm getting a lot of my info from old editions of Inside Football and from a Stephen Rogers book.
Here are some other scores beyond 200 from the Under 19s:
39.26 (260) Carlton vs St. Kilda, 1980
38.23 (251) Essendon vs South Melbourne, 1973
33.27 (225) Collingwood vs South Melbourne, 1965
34.20 (224) Richmond vs St. Kilda, 1987
34.19 (223) Hawthorn vs Geelong, 1974
33.19 (217) North Melbourne vs St. Kilda, 1991
32.21 (213) Richmond vs Hawthorn, 1987
31.27 (213) Collingwood vs Hawthorn, 1989
32.20 (212) Richmond vs St. Kilda, 1985
29.30 (204) Richmond vs South Melbourne, 1973
31.18 (204) Carlton vs Geelong, 1990
31.17 (203) Richmond vs St. Kilda, 1981
30.23 (203) Melbourne vs Hawthorn, 1981
30.22 (202) Sydney vs Geelong, 1991
30.21 (201) Hawthorn vs Carlton, 1991
An extract from Stephen Rogers' "The Complete Book of VFL Records", page 280, which states that the Reserve Grade was established to:
"...provide for senior teams to have attached to them a junior team under the same district qualifications. The junior teams, composed entirely of amateur players, were designed to act as feeders for their respective senior clubs. In the inaugural season of 1919 the clubs to participate were Carlton (District), Collingwood (District), Fitzroy (Juniors), Leopold, Richmond (Juniors), St. Kilda (District), University A and University B (with an abundance of players University were allowed two sides) and West Melbourne. Leopold were attached to South Melbourne, West Melbourne to Essendon and the University sides to Melbourne. (Geelong, with the pick of players from local clubs which were already in established competitions, did not participate yet.) Inevitably the draw deviated from the seniors' draw. In 1920 nine clubs again participated although University had only one side and Melbourne (Juniors) entered the competition. In 1921 University were replaced in the competition by Coburg (District) and West Melbourne became Essendon (Juniors). While there were still nine senior clubs in 1922 there were ten in the reserves as Geelong this year entered. This was the situation until the end of 1924 and gradually, with closer liaison between the senior clubs, the names District and Juniors were discarded. In line with the admission of Footscray, Hawthorn and North Melbourne Senior clubs for 1925 these three also fielded reserves sides, Coburg left the competition (and joined the VFA) and Leopold merged into South Melbourne."