Sam Morris / Las Vegas Sun
Saturday, Sept. 15, 2012 | 1:05 a.m.
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Las Vegas Sun sports reporters Ray Brewer and Case Keefer bring all the ranting and raving any Southern Nevada high school football fan could ever want on the fourth episode of this year's podcast. Brewer further fuels his detractors at Centennial and predicts a lopsided victory in favor of Bishop Gorman. Does Keefer agree? Listen to find out.
Fools led Boulder City to a 51-0 victory over Clark Friday night.
Well, FOOLS, to be exact. That’s the name Boulder City coach Alex Kazel has bestowed upon his offensive line — consisting of center Brandon Foster, left guard Jackson Dunagan, right guard Dillon Prach, right tackle Christian Nielsen and left tackle Joe Tanefski.
It stands for “Fraternal Order of the Offensive Line.” The group earned the title against the Chargers.
“Compared to what we go up against, we’re a small offensive line,” Kazel said. “But these guys fire off the ball and get after it. They play physical and hard.”
The line opened holes for the running backs to rush for more than 300 yards in the Eagles' fourth straight win to start the year. D.J. Koopman was the most productive ball carrier for Boulder City this week, as he had nine carries for 173 yards and three touchdowns.
His final touchdown was a 59-yard rush early in the third quarter, minutes after Corbett Fleming returned a kick 80 yards for a score.
“We ran one play in the second half and had 14 points,” Kazel said. “It was great. We were able to give a lot of kids the chance to play.”