(MIAA) Braxton Marstall set career highs going 29 of 41 for 354 yards with five touchdowns and also added 56 yards on ten carries in the Hornets 35-21 win over Central Oklahoma. He had a QB efficiency rating of 183.5 for the game. He led the Hornets to a score on their first drive for the fourth time in five games and had two drives of over 90 yards in the first half. The Hornets converted a season high ten of 16 third downs on the day. He became the first Hornet to throw for over 300 yards with five touchdowns since Brent Wilson did it against Minnesota State in last years playoffs. The 6-2 sophomore quarterback is a native of Emporia, Kan. where he competed at Emporia High School.