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Midwest City a little too tough for Edmond Santa Fe

BY RYAN ABER, Staff Writer, raber@opubco.com Modified: September 15, 2011 at 10:27 pm •  Published: September 15, 2011

“No doubt, that was big,” Midwest City coach Steve Huff said. “I felt good about our defense, even though we had a couple of lapses with tackling, but they put you in space a lot.”

The interception was Reeves' third of the season.

Soon after, Flanders scored his first touchdown on an 8-yard run.

After the Wolves failed to advance on the next series, Antonio Martin blocked a Santa Fe punt to give the Bombers the ball at the 1, setting up another Flanders score, and Midwest City (3-0) began pulling away.

The blocked kick was the Bombers' fifth of the season.

“I lined up, and there wasn't anybody in front of me,” Martin said. “Oh yeah, I thought I had a good chance to get it.”

Martin also blocked a kick in the Bombers' season-opening win over Del City.

Just before half, the Bombers made it 20-0 when Zac Brannon pulled down Joel Davis' 17-yard pass with less than two seconds remaining the half.

“We don't pass it a lot, but when we do need to, Joel can get it done,” Flanders said.


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