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September 23, 2013

Moore suffers insult and injury in loss to Southmoore

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NORMAN —

Rice showed off his versatility against the Lions when he came up with an interception on defense and a touchdown run on offense. It was easy for him to decide which one was more exciting.

“It would probably have to be the touchdown,” Rice said. “I scored. It’s fun to score.”

The SaberCats host Edmond Santa Fe Friday in district action at Moore Stadium.

Still undefeated: Heading into district play this week, there are only seven teams left in class 6A that are still undefeated. Five of them belong to district 6A-2. They include Bixby, Jenks, Sapulpa, Tulsa Edison and Westmoore.

The number of undefeated teams will lose at least one after Friday with the Jaguars and Spartans facing off in Bixby.

Westmoore will be without senior lineman Matt Whitney, who is expected to have surgery today after dislocating his ankle Friday against Norman North. However, wideout Dahu Green is considered probable despite an elbow injury in the same game against the Timberwolves. He had 3 catches for 128 yards and a TD before leaving the game.

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