I would like to pose a question, and if any YEC can postulate a response, as to how could the Earth be so young as implied by the YEC interpretation, and still sport the number of and apparent age of so many devastating impacts on its surface.
One further caveat: While YECs get some mileage out of the idea the universe might be old and the solar system young (a la Humphreys WHC), I really don't see any way the Moon and Earth (specifically, and Mercury, Mars, the asteroids, and rocky moons of Jupiter more generally) could possibly sport the scars they do in a young solar system.
To make things clearer, these are very destructive events. If they occurred before the fall, that is a can of theological worms. So they did not occur before the fall.
If they occurred after the fall but before the flood (so they can get eroded really well by the flood), REALLY? 172 impacts over 2000 years, with 6 of them creating craters >100km across and we all didn't notice (let alone survive).
If they occurred during the flood … my, my, 1 year, 172 impacts, some of them going through the miles of water to create >100 km craters. Imagine the tsunamis from those blokes! Noah's ark was theoretically tough and stable, but I doubt it was that tough!
So we're left with they occurred after the flood. Then how did they get so eroded? How did mankind survive? How did we not notice these huge impacts?