High school football: Edmond Santa Fe loses Justice Hansen, routed by Lawton

Hansen, an OU quarterback commit, on crutches after suffering injury early in the game. Lawton's Michael Warren runs for 330 yards and five touchdowns.
by Jacob Unruh Published: October 18, 2013
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photo - Edmond Santa Fe's Justice Hansen (11) falls to the ground as he is tackled by Lawton's Lucas Rehkop, bottom, and Taylor Wattenbarger, top, during Edmond Santa Fe's game against Lawton on Friday, Oct. 18. PHOTO BY STEVE MILLER, LAWTON CONSTITUTION
Edmond Santa Fe's Justice Hansen (11) falls to the ground as he is tackled by Lawton's Lucas Rehkop, bottom, and Taylor Wattenbarger, top, during Edmond Santa Fe's game against Lawton on Friday, Oct. 18. PHOTO BY STEVE MILLER, LAWTON CONSTITUTION

LAWTON — The worst-case scenario happened for Edmond Santa Fe, and Lawton took full advantage.

The fourth-ranked Wolves not only failed to stop Lawton's Michael Warren, but they lost Oklahoma quarterback commitment Justice Hansen on the game's opening drive to an injury that left him on crutches.

The result? A 50-33 drubbing by the sixth-ranked Wolverines at Cameron Stadium that ended Santa Fe's 17-game winning streak in District 6A-4 play.

“There's no excuses,” Santa Fe coach Lance Manning said. “It happens to everybody. That being said, when you lose one of the best players in the country it's going to effect you.”

Manning said the severity of Hansen's injury is unknown, and he will know more after X-rays. The initial thought, though, is there is no damage to any tendons or ligaments.

Once Hansen went down, Lawton (7-0 overall, 4-0 district) went to work.

Warren, who set a school record for rushing yards in a game last week, finished with 330 yards and five touchdowns on 26 carries to eclipse that mark.

“We felt like we could run the football on them, we felt like we could dominate the offensive and defensive line of scrimmage and we did do that,” Lawton coach Randy Breeze said. “They brought people in the box, and we force-fed the football with seven, eight people in the box.

“He's very, very special, and he's done that himself. He's come a long ways on this football team. We're real proud of Michael.”


by Jacob Unruh
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Jacob Unruh is a graduate of Northeastern State University. He was born in Cherokee and raised near Vera where he attended Caney Valley High School.During his tenure at NSU, Unruh wrote for The Northeastern (NSU's student newspaper), the...
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