It would be an improbable run for the Tigers, but it’s not undoable. Lawton has struggled at times this season, beating a 3-6 Choctaw team by just eight points and struggling Edmond Memorial as well. The Wolverines could be without Sealey, who was injured in last week’s district title-clinching victory, and they could also choose to sit several other stars, including the state’s leading rusher in Michael Warren, in preparation of a playoff run.
The Tigers are preparing as if all of Lawton’s players will take the field, and the defense is ready to meet an explosive Lawton offense that has averaged nearly 50 points a game.
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