Maty Mauk’s had several remarkable performances, but the senior QB may have had his best Saturday. In a 74-22 win over Wellington in the first round of the Division IV playoffs, Mauk broke his brother Ben’s national passing yardage record and entered his name atop two other Ohio records.
There wasn’t any stoppage in play. There wasn’t any post game ceremony. There wasn’t even an announcement over the PA system.
There were however fireworks supplied by Maty Mauk.
On a night many have been counting down to, Mauk finally surpassed his
brother Ben’s national passing yardage record in a 74-22 Division IV
playoff win over Wellington. Starting his last game at Kenton’s
Robinson Field, Mauk saved his best for last literally.
on his first 19 passes, Mauk set an Ohio record for consecutive
completions. He finished the night 27-of-29 for 505 yards and nine
touchdowns, which tied another Ohio single-game record. Mauk carried
the ball 11 times for 93 yards to finish with close to 600 yards of
“I don’t think you can get much better than
that. That says it all,” Kenton senior receiver Kieran Fetter said.
“He’s done a phenomenal job this year and Missouri has a great QB
coming to them. If you give him time he can pick any defense apart.
He’s so gifted…”