Compiled by Jack Marlowe

A.J. Becker

Tied the school record for most points scored in opponent’s gym (43 at Williamsburg, matched by Ryan Renner at Anamosa 2000-01)

Becker’s 43 points is tied for third (with Ryan Renner) as most points scored in one game (High is 48 by Rich O’Hara, second is 45 by Rick Clasen)

Set school record for most three-pointers (13 vs. Williamsburg, tied state record)

Set school record for making 89 three-pointers in one season (one more than the record he set last year)

Set school record for most three-pointers in a career, 212

Set school record for most three-point shots attempted in one season, 203

Set school record for most three-point shots attempted in a career, 505

Set school record for making a three-point shot in 45 consecutive games, registering a three-pointer in every game he played during his junior and senior years. His sophomore season concluded with 0-4 and 0-6 shooting behind the arc. His only other game without a three-pointer was West Delaware as a sophomore.

Set school record for scoring at least 20 points in 20 games during one season

Tied school record for scoring more than 400 points in one season, twice (also matched by Adam Hepker)

Becker’s 450 points in 2018-19 ranks eighth highest for a single season in school history.

Becker’s 43 points against Williamsburg is the second-highest percentage of points scored of a team total in one game, 63.2% (the highest is 65.5% by Ryan Renner vs. Anamosa)

Becker’s free throw percentage of 80.7 is the team best since Brad Cook made 83.3% in 2006-07

Becker, Macklin Shanahan and Kane Kopp all played in 67 games during their career at MHS, tying them for sixth place in school history

 

Macklin Shanahan

Shanahan’s 126 career steals ranks 5th all-time 

Shanahan is one of 10 players to score over 200 points, pull down over 100 rebounds and have more than 100 assists in the same season. (Adam Hepker and Sage Rosenfels did it in two seasons)

Shanahan had six double-doubles (points and rebounds) during the 2018-19 season, including a high point total of 20 twice and also a team season high of 13 rebounds in a pair of games. In 11 games he reached double figures in rebounds.

Shanahan’s 351 career rebounds rank 17th on all-time list

Shanahan led Maquoketa in steals for three straight seasons

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Team Highlights

Winning the East Division and overall WaMaC championships, Maquoketa’s first since the 2003-04 season

Making 17 three-point shots against Williamsburg is a school single-game record

Beating Central DeWitt three times in one season (the last time was in 1997-98, as well as 1983-84, 1934-35)

14 straight wins to open the season – Maquoketa’s best-ever start

Offensive season average of 63.3 points per game ranks 10th highest all-time

Free throw percentage of 67.3 is ninth all-time

The 2018-19 team was unbeaten on the home floor, playing at least three games before what would be considered standing room only crowds that would have been impossible numbers in former home gyms