High school football: Norman gets a late break, holds on to beat Lawton

Muffed point with 1:25 left in the game clinches the Tigers' 26-21 victory. Norman will host Yukon in first round of playoffs. Lawton, once ranked No. 1 in Class 6A this season, is done for the year.
By Chris Corbaz, For The Oklahoman Published: November 3, 2012
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photo - Lawton quarterback Dallas Sealey scores the first touchdown of the game at the 9:19 mark of the first quarter as Norman's Gavin Nadeau tries to knock him out of bounds during the Lawton - Norman High School football game at Harve Collins Field at Norman High School in Norman Friday night. PHOTO BY HUGH SCOTT FOR THE OKLAHOMAN ORG XMIT: KOD
Lawton quarterback Dallas Sealey scores the first touchdown of the game at the 9:19 mark of the first quarter as Norman's Gavin Nadeau tries to knock him out of bounds during the Lawton - Norman High School football game at Harve Collins Field at Norman High School in Norman Friday night. PHOTO BY HUGH SCOTT FOR THE OKLAHOMAN ORG XMIT: KOD

Lawton drew within 19-15 by scoring on its first drive of the second half. Mike Warren scored from 28 yards, and the Wolverines added a 2-point conversion.

Norman came back for a 26-15 lead on Imond Robinson's 41-yard run.

“That sucker is quick,” Nation said of his running back. “You couldn't run him down in a phone booth. He is not only a good kid but a hard worker as well.”

With less than five minutes left, Lawton put together a quick drive and scored on Dallas Sealey's second touchdown run of the game.

Norman finished the game with 351 yards rushing. Robinson had 160 yards. Matt Hockett added 33- and 35-yard field goals for the Tigers.



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