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High school football scrimmages: Big plays for Edmond Santa Fe

by Scott Wright Published: August 21, 2014

A high school field-goal kicker can go through an entire career without the opportunity to attempt a last-minute, go-ahead field goal, but Edmond Santa Fe’s Cameron Kay got his shot in the first scrimmage of his senior season.

Kay hit a line drive through the goal posts with 37 seconds left in Santa Fe’s 17-14 win over Norman North in a mini-game on Thursday night at Harve Collins Field in Norman.

In fact, all of Santa Fe’s points came off big plays. Junior running back Darran Williams started the scoring with a 65-yard run on the third play of the game, and defensive back Ashton Preston jumped in front of a Norman North pass and returned it for a touchdown.

“That was a big-time play, and that’s the type of thing we need Ashton to do, being a Division I kid out there,” coach Lance Manning said. “He had a great break on the ball, and after he got it, he was athletic enough to take it for six.”


The state’s junior class is full of talented running backs, and three of the best were on the same field Thursday.

In addition to Santa Fe’s Williams, Tulsa Union’s Tyler Adkins and Norman North’s Quan Hogan also performed well. The more compact Adkins showed his strength by running through tackles, while Hogan’s versatility was on display.

Hogan rushed for 1,003 yards and had 830 receiving yards last season, and his role looks to be much the same this year.

“We want to find ways to get the ball in his hands,” coach Wade Standley said. “He’s an explosive player and obviously made some big plays for us. Hopefully we’ll continue to be able to do that.”

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by Scott Wright
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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