Jacob Wease was able to end his Trigg County football career on his terms and it resulted in him owning most of the school’s career passing records by the end of the 2022 season.
Despite missing two full games with a shoulder injury, Wease threw for 2,098 yards during the 2022 season. It was 56 fewer yards than his junior campaign over 11 games.
Wease finishes his career with 5,839 yards and stands atop Trigg County’s all-time passing list. Dan Moser is bumped to second place with 5,511 yards.
While Wease fell short of Moser’s single-season record of 2,593 yards, he becomes the first Trigg quarterback with consecutive 2,000-yard passing seasons.
He completed 125-of-216 passes for a career-high 57.8-percent. His 125 completions were one less than last season and are fourth most in a season. Moser’s 134 completions in 2000 still stands as the single-season record.
Wease set the single-season record for attempts last year with 271. His 216 attempts this season are eighth-best.
For his career, Wease’s 351 completions on 724 attempts are both records. Moser held the former record with 332 completions on 667 attempts.
Earlier this season, Wease became the school’s career touchdown leader. His 62 TDs are six more than Moser.
The Wildcat senior finished with four career 300-yard games – one less than Moser – and 12 games of 200 yards or more which ties Moser for the most in school history.