The Black Hills offensive linemen — (from left) Cooper Kerlee, Justin Gudaz, Jacob Noonan, Tanner Ivie and Austen Daisa — anchor a strong running game. In their first three games, the Wolves have rushed for 11 touchdowns and allowed only three sacks.
The Black Hills offensive linemen — (from left) Cooper Kerlee, Justin Gudaz, Jacob Noonan, Tanner Ivie and Austen Daisa — anchor a strong running game. In their first three games, the Wolves have rushed for 11 touchdowns and allowed only three sacks. Tony Overman Staff photographer
The Black Hills offensive linemen — (from left) Cooper Kerlee, Justin Gudaz, Jacob Noonan, Tanner Ivie and Austen Daisa — anchor a strong running game. In their first three games, the Wolves have rushed for 11 touchdowns and allowed only three sacks. Tony Overman Staff photographer

Five offensive linemen are unsung heroes for Black Hills football team

September 24, 2015 8:11 PM

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