“We ran two-man, manning up everybody and playing two-deep and they made us pay with it with their quarterback runs,” Southmoore coach Jeff Brickman said.
Hansen will travel to Tallahassee, Fla., this weekend to visit Florida State for the Seminoles' game with Clemson.
“The thing I saw from him, No. 1, is he's really tough,” Brickman said. “We hit him helmet-to-helmet a couple of times and he bounced right back up. He's mobile enough to hurt you, and he's mobile enough to move in the pocket until something opens up.”
Westbrook ran for 103 yards and a touchdown, including a 43-yarder early in the first quarter.
For Southmoore, Karltrell Henderson ran for 120 yards and two touchdowns, Jaelon Walker ran for a pair of touchdowns and Jalen Adams caught two touchdown passes from Tre Edwards.
Turnovers, though, doomed Southmoore.
The SaberCats gave up the ball four times with three leading to Edmond Santa Fe touchdowns.
Twice, the Wolves scored on the first two plays of the ensuing drive.
“We were our own worst enemies tonight,” Brickman said. “The effort was there, we just can't turn the ball over as much as we did. We gave them extra possessions, and they took advantage.”
Edmond Santa Fe (3-1, 1-0 District 6A-4) plays at Mustang next week. Southmoore (3-1, 0-1) hosts Putnam City West.