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Neither Rain, Nor Sleet, Could Stop Mauk

With eye-popping numbers posted since his freshman season, Maty Mauk looked to help his team reach the second round of the playoffs against Carlisle on Friday night.

When talking quarterbacks in the Class of 2012, one must put the name of Kenton (Ohio) signal caller Maty Mauk into the pile. Mauk, who grew up watching his older brother Ben Mauk set national records, is on pace to push his brothers marks if he can continue to have performances like he did against Carlisle. The regular season had been kind to the 6-foot-1, 190-pound Mauk as he threw for 4,31...

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