Southmoore committed 17 penalties in the game, 10 of which came in the first half. The 72 penalty yards amassed by the SaberCats in the half stymied several drives and helped to give the Tigers favorable field position.
“A lot of guys looked tired,” Southmoore coach Jeff Brickman told his team after the game. “And when you’re tired you get a lot of penalties. That’s something we’re going to fix.”
Edmond Santa Fe victory sets district outlook: Lawton entered the season as one of the top teams on the west side of the state, but consecutive losses have dropped the Wolverines out of the top 10 and likely out of the running for the District 6A-4 title.
And last week’s loss to Edmond Santa Fe was downright bad. Santa Fe jumped out to an early lead and never looked back as the Wolves blew out Lawton 68-28.
Norman High meets Santa Fe this week in a battle of district unbeatens, and the Tigers will play Lawton in the last week of the season in a game that will determine playoff positioning.
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