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Dave Gutshall

Coach

Dorman High School

HQ Phone: (864) 582-4347

Dorman High School

1050 Cavalier Way

Roebuck, South Carolina 29376

United States

Company Description

Dorman commits its talent, time, and resources to providing an environment that not only encourages, but also nurtures student involvement. The numerous performing groups, honors organizations, publications, special interest clubs, professional organizati ... more

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Employment History

President
The S.C. Football Coaches Association

Burlington Cummings Coach
Greensboro Sports Commission

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Board Member
SCFCA

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"We felt like they'd have a hard time tackling Shanard," Dorman coach Dave Gutshall said.

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"We didn't get anybody hurt," Gutshall said.
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Dorman's senior running back went over the 1,000-yard single season rushing mark with a 31-yard touchdown run just before the end of the first quarter on the first play after a short Warriors punt to make it 14-0.Bain opened the scoring with a 2-yard touchdown run with 6:32 in the first quarter and added scoring runs of 41 yards and 2 yards in the second quarter as Dorman built a 35-7 halftime lead, and Bain's night was done."We felt like they'd have a hard time tackling Shanard," Dorman coach Dave Gutshall said.
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Riverside's most productive drive came midway through the fourth quarter with most of Dorman's defensive starters out of the game."We didn't get anybody hurt," Gutshall said.


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"We thought they would come in with confidence," Dorman head coach David Gutshall said.

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"It was great," Gutshall said.
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Dorman coach David Gutshall after win against Boiling Springs.
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"The defense came up big when it had to," Gutshall said.
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With a heightened sense of awareness, Dorman was on full alert.The Cavaliers built a 21-point lead in the first half Friday night and then held on for a 24-17 win against Boiling Springs, which last week knocked off then No. 1 ranked Spartanburg."We thought they would come in with confidence," Dorman head coach David Gutshall said. "But it really helped us get ready to play, too. After they won that game, there was no sneaking in here."Shanard Bain ran for 190 yards and two touchdowns for Dorman. Boiling Springs, after piling up 167 yards on the ground last week, had only 49 on 29 carries."It was great," Gutshall said. "We made them one-dimensional. Considering the way they ran against Spartanburg last week, our defense did a great job."It was a crucial victory for Dorman in Region II-4A as the Cavaliers improved to 4-1 and 7-2 overall. Boiling Springs dropped to 4-5, 3-2.(function(d, s, id) { var js, fjs = d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0]; if (d.getElementById(id)) return; js = d.createElement(s); js.id = id; js.src = "//connect.facebook.net/en_US/sdk.js#xfbml=1&version=v2.3"; fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js, fjs);}(document, 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));Dorman coach David Gutshall after win against Boiling Springs.Posted by Spartanburg Herald-Journal sports on Friday, October 23, 2015"There is some fight left," Bulldogs head coach Rick Tate said.
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Then on third and fourth downs from the 8, Rodney Landrum and Keshun Gray knocked away passes in the end zone."The defense came up big when it had to," Gutshall said.


"I think he's really coming on ...

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"I think he's really coming on right now," Dorman head coach David Gutshall said.

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"That's awesome," Gutshall said.
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"We were trying to be ready to play, especially after the tough loss last week," Gutshall said.


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Dorman coach Dave Gutshall wanted to see how his team would perform knowing it would have to play four quarters to win last week.

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Gutshall said the Cavaliers have to be prepared to play 48 minutes every week from now on.
"With our schedule, you have to win a lot of games in the second half and fourth quarter," he said.
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Gutshall said those returns turned out to be important points in the game.
"We had to win the special teams game, and I think we did that without a doubt," he said. "We had points we left out there, and I felt like it was going to maybe come back and bite us."
Gutshall said opportunities cannot be squandered against the Eagles. He knows they'll be ready to make another statement.
"We played Greenwood in a 7-on-7 this summer, and they beat us," Gutshall said.
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Gutshall said he was pleased overall with the way his team played.
"Gaffney's defensive front was so good," he said.
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Dorman coach Dave Gutshall wanted to see how his team would perform knowing it would have to play four quarters to win last week.The No. 5 Cavaliers (2-0) were expecting a battle against Gaffney, and it took two touchdowns in the fourth quarter to pull away to a 35-13 win.This week Dorman has its hands full again at No. 7 Greenwood. The Eagles won their opener against defending 4A Division I state runner-up Dutch Fork before an open date last week.Gutshall said the Cavaliers have to be prepared to play 48 minutes every week from now on."With our schedule, you have to win a lot of games in the second half and fourth quarter," he said. "Our kids played four quarters against Gaffney. I thought we played better in the second half than the first half."Dorman led Gaffney 14-7 at the break but had the ball inside the Indians' 20-yard line twice. Both drives ended in turnovers. The Cavaliers made up for the mistakes earlier in the game with a 69-yard opening kickoff return and 19-yard punt return deep inside Gaffney territory to set up the two touchdowns.Gutshall said those returns turned out to be important points in the game."We had to win the special teams game, and I think we did that without a doubt," he said. "We had points we left out there, and I felt like it was going to maybe come back and bite us."Gutshall said opportunities cannot be squandered against the Eagles. He knows they'll be ready to make another statement."We played Greenwood in a 7-on-7 this summer, and they beat us," Gutshall said.
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Diquan Green put the game away with two touchdown catches in the fourth quarter and led the team with seven catches for 142 yards.Gutshall said he was pleased overall with the way his team played."Gaffney's defensive front was so good," he said.


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Dorman head coach David Gutshall and the Cavaliers play host to Wade Hampton tonight at 8.

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Dorman head coach David Gutshall and the Cavaliers play host to Wade Hampton tonight at 8.
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Dorman head coach David Gutshall and the Cavaliers play host to Wade Hampton tonight at 8.

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