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Kenton's Mauk breaks national passing mark

Kenton senior quarterback Maty Mauk now finds himself at the top of the two major national passing charts.

After throwing for 507 yards in a 74-22 playoff win over Wellington Saturday night, Mauk moved to No. 1 on the national career passing yardage list with 17,770, passing the previous mark of 17,364 held by Mauk's older brother Ben since 2002.

The Missouri recruit also tied a state record with nine touchdown passes in the game, pushing his national record for career touchdown passes to 208. He'll get a chance to add to both marks when Kenton plays Genoa Area on Saturday.

You can read more about Mauk's record-breaking night here and the list of the all-time national passing leaders here.