Jack Franey
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Posted On: 10/4/20 12:00 PM

Two years removed from going 0-9, Martensdale-St. Mary's is one win away from finishing with a perfect regular season.

After winning five games a year ago, expectations were high for the Blue Devils, and behind senior quarterback Jack Franey.

Franey has completed just under 64 percent of his passes for 1,304 yards. He has an eye-popping 26-to-1 touchdown-to-interception ratio with a quarterback rating of 158.2.

The multi-sport athlete has also flexed his skills in the run game, adding 244 yards and 10 trips to the end zone.


At the moment, Franey ranks second in the state in total touchdowns with 36, second in passing TDs and sixth overall in yards.

Like all around the state, the prospect of even playing was in doubt over the summer due to the novel coronavirus. But Martensdale-St. Mary's has been able to strap up and go to battle each of the past six weeks.

"It has been so awesome being able to go out and play with my guys every Friday night," Franey said. "We have been doing a really god job keeping COVID out of our community. We have wore masks at school all year and because of that, we have not

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