Camarillo’s Maulhardt brings in a record haul

Jake Maulhardt, headshot.
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Jake Maulhardt

It may have been the greatest single-game performance by a wide receiver in California high school football history.

It certainly was a record-breaker.

Camarillo High senior wideout Jake Maulhardt caught 28 passes for 351 yards and three touchdowns during last weekend’s 52-28 Scorpion loss at Canyon.

Maulhardt’s superhuman effort surpassed the state’s singlegame reception record by two catches.

The previous mark of 26 receptions in a game was established by David Sepulveda of Fullerton in 1988.

According to, Maulhardt’s haul was the thirdhighest single-game reception total in national history.

The 6-foot-7 Maulhardt now has 52 receptions for 572 yards and four touchdowns on the season. He’s on pace to shatter the state’s single-season reception record of 122 catches established last year by Thousand Oaks’ Richard Mullaney.

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