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Edmond Santa Fe rallies to hand Midwest City season-opening loss

For Edmond Santa Fe quarterback Justice Hansen, it was the perfect kind of game. The Wolves got a win, did some good things, and left their season opener against Midwest City with plenty to work on going forward.
by Ryan Aber Published: August 30, 2012
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Hansen hit Dale Jefferson for a 30-yard pass on fourth and 10 that set up Cornelius Fugett's 13-yard touchdown a play later to pull it to 27-16.

Then in the final 34 seconds of the half, Hansen led a 70-yard drive that included a 48-yard pass to Trevan Smith and finished with an 8-yard touchdown to Cameron Westbrook on the final play of the half.

Santa Fe continued the onslaught with a 23-point third quarter that included a 37-yard interception return by Eric Davis, and Hansen and Westbrook touchdown runs.

Hansen finished with 287 yards and three touchdowns passing and a pair of rushing touchdowns.

“We got a spark there off of a couple of quick hits, and that really got things turned around,” Santa Fe coach Lance Manning said. “You never go in expecting to score 50 on a team like Midwest City but we certainly think our offense is capable of doing big things.”

Midwest City's offense did plenty themselves, as Johnson ran for 212 yards, 3 touchdowns and a two-point conversion.

by Ryan Aber
OU Athletics Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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