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Lawton ends Edmond Memorial's season

Deaquan Wojciechowski accounts for three touchdowns in 28-13 win
BY ROBERT PRZYBYLO, Staff Writer, Modified: November 12, 2010 at 9:57 am •  Published: November 11, 2010

LAWTON — You can't question Edmond Memorial's toughness, but you cannot deny Lawton's talent.

In a football game full of big stars, it was Lawton running back Deaquan Wojciechowski who stole the show.

The senior rushed for 188 yards and two touchdowns and returned a punt for a score as the Wolverines downed Edmond Memorial 28-13 on Thursday night in Class 6A first-round playoff matchup at Cameron Stadium.

It was a typical outing by Wojciechowski, who has been a workhorse all season for Lawton. He's been averaging more than 20 carries per game and despite his 160-pound frame, it hasn't mattered.

“I have to give all credit to the line, every single one of those guys did their job tonight,” Wojciechowski said.

Lawton (11-0) has been dominant since a Week 4 battle against Mustang, winning its final six regular season games by a combined 265-32.

But the Wolverines found themselves in an unfamiliar position, trailing 7-0 after Memorial took the opening kickoff 80 yards in five minutes.

“We got tested. It's been a while since that's happened,” Wojciechowski said. “We showed what we can do. We responded like a champion should.”

Edmond Memorial star Kameron Doolittle missed two series in the first half after getting his bell rung on a 20-yard run that led to Ry Huff's touchdown.

It was 7-7 when Doolittle departed. It was 21-7, Wolverines, when he returned as Wojciechowski took over.

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