Maty Mauk sets all-time passing mark

Midwest Recruiting Analyst
Posted Nov 7, 2011

Entering his senior season Maty Mauk of Kenton (Ohio) high school knew he would be a chance to surpass older brother Ben for a spot in the national high school record books. On Saturday night, the Missouri pledge claimed the top spot.

On Saturday, Maty Mauk of Kenton (Ohio) high school shattered older brother Ben Mauk’s career passing mark of 17,364 yards (1997-2002) when he completed 27 of 29 passes for 507 yards and an Ohio high school record-tying nine touchdown passes in three quarters during Kenton’s opening round Division IV playoff win over visiting Wellington (Ohio).

The victory moves the Wildcats into the second round of the playoffs and Mauk to 17,770 yards passing during his storied high school career. If Kenton would advance to the state title game, Mauk would have four more games to add to his record total.

The Missouri pledge also holds the top spot in career touchdown passes with 208 touchdowns placing him 23 ahead of Chris Leak who posted 185 touchdowns during his prep career.

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