Archive - Aug 23, 2013 - Sports Article
Last season, Drake Riley was the good to fullback for Oak Hill racking up 625 yards on the ground and eight touchdowns rushing.
This fall, Riley hopes to continue the progress he made in his sophomore season with another break-out season.
"I am definitely looking to beat it," Riley said about his stats from last season. "I always want to do better than I did the year before."
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The offensive line may not get the common, individual offensive stats and big, bold headlines that skill position players get on a daily basis, but for the Hebron Christian offensive linemen knowing they were the one's leading the way brings satisfaction.
"Sunday morning when I look into the paper and I see our team had a good running game, I take pride in that," ÂHebron Christian offensive guard and defensive tackle Troy Arnold said. "People that know football know when you have a successful running game â€” it starts with the offensive line."