January 13, 2012
Maty Mauk Passes Peers into National
quarterback to enter NFHS record book for most career passing
yards and touchdowns
COLUMBUS, Ohio – Maty Mauk, senior quarterback from Kenton High
School, recently completed his high school football career in
early December. Mauk, a four-year starter, set five national
high school football records during his time as the signal
caller for the Wildcats. The records include national career
passing yards (18,932), national career touchdown passes (219),
national career passing attempts (2,110), national career pass
completions (1,353) and national career total yards from
Kenton, in conjunction with the Ohio High School Athletic
Association, has submitted Mauk’s career statistics and
accomplishments to the National Federation of State High School
Associations for approval.
En route to setting two national marks, career passing yards and
career total yards from scrimmage, Mauk eclipsed his brother,
and former Kenton quarterback from 1999-2002, Ben’s own national
Mauk finished the 2011 season with 7,181 total yards and 92
touchdowns. The Wildcat quarterback completed 382 of 566 passes
for 5,413 yards and 68 touchdowns while rushing 241 times for
1,768 yards and 24 touchdowns on the way to being named 2011 Mr.
Football in Ohio by the Associated Press. Kenton was Ohio’s
Division IV state runner-up, falling to Creston Norwayne 48-42
in the championship game.
Mauk finished his career at Kenton with an overall record of
42-8 as starting quarterback.
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