|Scott Gourley, number 76 above, will be key to how well|
Olathe South's rushing attack operates this season.
Positions: Center, Defensive End
Weight: 255 lbs.
Stat to Note
Gourley was named a First Team All-Sunflower League offensive lineman following his junior season.
Scott is the son of Olathe South Head Coach Jeff Gourley. While it may seem like playing under your father would be a dubious role, Sunflower League players of past have actually done quite well. Some notable coaches son's of the past 15 years or so include Olathe North's Brandon Wier and Mike McCall, Lawrence Free State's Michael and Brett Lisher, and Olathe South's Kyson Ginavan and Brad Gourley (Scott's older brother).
The fact of the matter is that coaches son's have done well in the SL and Scott has already added his name to that list. As a junior he helped pave the way for Olathe South's rushing attack which averaged just under 285 yards a game and churned out over 3,000 rushing yards on the season.
With the loss of their top three running backs to graduation, Scott and company will be blocking for a completely new cast of backs in 2011. While no team wants to break in all new ballcarriers, Olathe South can rest a little easier knowing they have number 76 in the middle of all the blocking assignments.
Aside from his duties on the offensive side of the ball, keep an eye on Scottt at the defensive end position. Many colleges are recruiting him for defensive purposes, despite the fact that his most impressive work has come as a center.
Orange Mooney is a cancer to the entire Sunflower League
I heard Tim Riggins was transferring from Dillon High School to Shawnee Mission East this season. THey could be just a rumor though
This is true, I heard what coach Sherman was doing up here and decided that I couldn't miss that
I kind of wonder where your information on Olathe South comes from, considering Scott hasn't played 1 down of defense in his two years as a starter. Colleges usually don't recruit players on positions they don't ever play. Also, they run the triple option... right?
Scout.com is a fairly reputable source.
Orange Mooney has fought cancer and beat it. So Jerry Rice, you are incorrect.
Vince Lombardi, surely you jest.
I have heard from multiple sources, that Shawnee Mission East has a great pair of, hard nosed defensive ends and guards.
Alan..that is also true they are tough hardnosed players and soemthing to watch out for. Definitely tough to stop
I heard there probably two of the toughest players out there, ones a state wrestler or something and just crazy mean. I heard the two dends are really good friends and have probably the best chemistry among any other conjugate position players in the league.
For eaglelover, Conjugate position: (left guard, right guard, left dend, right dend)
We all know your not very smart.
Ahem; it's YOU'RE not very smart, as in YOU ARE, not YOUR, which is the possessive form of you.
But a smart guy like you knows that, I'm sure.
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