Inglewood Sentinels QB Justyn Martin tossed 13 touchdowns in 106-0 win

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The UCLA commit nearly broke a 100-year-old high school football record

Inglewood Sentinels (Calif.) quarterback Justyn Martin had quite a week, beginning with the four-star recruit’s commitment nod to the UCLA Bruins—over the likes of Michigan, USC and Oregon—and ending with a 13-touchdown performance on Friday that resulted in a 106-0 bludgeoning of rival Morningside (Calif.).

Yep: 13 and 106.

Martin’s performance created a statistical highlight reel that rivaled the record set by Cozad’s (Neb.) Arthur Smith, who tossed 15 TDs in 1921. And while we only have the whispers of yesteryear (via Google, of course) to picture that unreal QB clinic, Martin’s video-game-like performance and each aerial 6 was captured by amazed onlookers.

The 6-foot-4 slinger tied the California record (10) before halftime, and surpassed it in third.

He would continue to connect with Sentinels receivers—albeit on mostly dump offs—and tossed No. 13 as the game finally came to an end.

As expected with a lopsided boxscore such as this, the achievement didn’t come without controversy—such as why the Sentinels decided to keep the star senior QB in the entire game.

But none of the fodder will change the record-setting night.

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