Here’s to the O-line

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Here’s to the O-line

Wolverines proudly block for two more 1,000-yard backs
The runners in Bayfield’s triple-option attack have praised their offensive line all year long, and that’s music to head coach Marshall Hahn’s ears. “When I read those comments in the paper, it makes me smile because you can see those guys are getting it,” he said. “They get ... the whole team idea.”
“The whole offensive line did a good job,” Colt Walker said two months earlier after Bayfield’s 28-3 Mountain League victory over Buena Vista. Walker, the quarterback in the Wolverines’ trademark triple-option offense, rushed for 197 yards in that key conference game. Now he and his O-line will host Eaton at 1 p.m. today in a Class 2A state quarterfinal.
“Our line was just doing a good job getting to the blocks,” Aaron Velasquez said last weekend after the Wolverines beat Strasburg 27-21 in the first round of the CHSAA Class 2A Boys Football State Championships.

Here’s to the O-line

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The runners in Bayfield’s triple-option attack have praised their offensive line all year long, and that’s music to head coach Marshall Hahn’s ears. “When I read those comments in the paper, it makes me smile because you can see those guys are getting it,” he said. “They get ... the whole team idea.”
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“The whole offensive line did a good job,” Colt Walker said two months earlier after Bayfield’s 28-3 Mountain League victory over Buena Vista. Walker, the quarterback in the Wolverines’ trademark triple-option offense, rushed for 197 yards in that key conference game. Now he and his O-line will host Eaton at 1 p.m. today in a Class 2A state quarterfinal.
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“Our line was just doing a good job getting to the blocks,” Aaron Velasquez said last weekend after the Wolverines beat Strasburg 27-21 in the first round of the CHSAA Class 2A Boys Football State Championships.
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