Maty Mauk, the top quarterback prospect in the Ohio Class of 2013, has qualified in four events going in tomorrow's regional track meet at Lexington. Following a solid basketball season, he now is excelling in track.
Maty had a personal best in the long jump at the district meet with a jump of 22'4. He qualified in 200 with a time of 22.4. Both relay teams have qualified with times of 43.7 in the 4/100 and 1:32 in the 4/200. Mauk is an important leg in both relays.
Kenton seems to always be blessed with "speed guys." Much of that credit goes to the football winter conditioning program under the direction of head football coach, Mike Mauk.
Away from track, Maty continues to work on his quarterback skills. Coaches from across the Midwest have stopped at Kenton High School to watch him throw. As most agree with me - strong arm, very accurate, and excellent vision.
Back to track and the Lexington Regional. Hopefully, Maty's best is yet to come.