New Look Beaver Enters Year Two of Eight Man

Brock Kappelmann - August 21, 2020 1:52 pm

Beaver’s first year in eight man football saw mixed results.  The Dusters found that the speed of the game increases and there are still some very good football players in Oklahoma and the area playing eight man football.  However, the Dusters did win a game breaking a 33 game losing streak.  They finished 1-9, but the win gives them a least a spark heading into the 2020 season.  They have a new head coach in Beaver City after one win in three years.  Matt Garner comes in from Tishomingo where he was an assistant but has experience in turning around programs as head coach at Duke, Bray, and Cyril.  He inherits an experienced group of Dusters as Beaver returns seven starters on both sides of the ball and he has 22 out for the sport.

Some of the key players are Sr. RB/LB Zacc Hugg, Sr. TE/DE Clay Pugh, Sr. TE/DE Junior Lazano, and Sr. QB/S Misael Chavez.  The Dusters were featured during the Sportsguys on Friday morning.


August 28- Turpin (102.7)

September 3- Balko-Forgan

September 11- at Canton

September 25- Waynoka

October 2- at Corn Bible

October 9- Boise City

October 15- at Buffalo

October 23- Sharon Mutual

October 30- at Tyrone (102.7)

November 6- Geary


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