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A Big Beaver Team Aims to be Better
08/15/2012

Beaver

Beaver has size on their side.  The Dusters don't have a great deal of depth, but they do have a great deal of size on their line.  The Dusters return seven starters on both sides of the ball from last year's 5-5 team.  Success isn't to far back in the rear view mirror as Beaver is just two years removed from a 9-2 season. 

Potential pitfalls lie in the numbers.  Beaver has only 23 players out for football at the Class A school.  But they have quality out for football for 18th year head coach Mike McVay.

Beaver boasts big boys on the line like 6'3" 225 pound senior tackle Kalen Gable; 6'2" 220 pound junior G/DE Chris Cates; 6' 250 pound senior guard Andy Bennett; and 6'1" 215 pound junior tackle Jorge Rivera.  Junior C/G Emory Tillman is another returning starter on the line. 

The Dusters will break in a new quarterback this season in junior Dylan Cain.  His best weapons include: senior rb/lb Ryan Nash; senior fb/lb Heath Thomas; senior wr/db Caleb McDonald; junior wb Drake Zimmerman; and senior wr Austin Ingalls.

The Dusters were featured during the Wednesday edition of the Sportsguys.

Schedule

August 31- Stanton County

September 7- at Claude

September 14- at Hollis

September 21- Texhoma

September 28- Oklahoma Bible Academy

October 5- at Mooreland

October 12- Hooker

October 18- at Okeene

October 26- Fairview

November 2- at Turpin

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