Tim Allbee, Olympic's associate head coach and defensive coordinator, said Riley Wall was the "best kid we've faced. He never stops moving his feet. It takes more than one guy to take him down...."Indeed. Last week I predicted we'd "plow through the WCC/OWL." For once, I just might have the right psychic frequency.
"We're a lot younger even than we thought we'd be," Allbee said. "I thought our kids got intimidated early. The kids let (the Cougars) get in their heads early. Capital's very, very good."
Sep 27, 2008
Capital's offense rolling; Cougs down Olympic, 56-14
In their last two contests, the Capital Cougars (2-0 OWL) have racked up 113 points while giving away a mere 20. Olympic was the latest victim of the resurgent Riley twins; Reid with one TD, Riley with three, as CHS romped, 56-14, taking their second straight league victory.