The Moore American


October 2, 2013

Justice serves up SaberCats

Southmoore travels to Putnam City West looking to rebound



The game’s scoring started early when Southmoore quarterback Conner Uselton hit Walker for a 66-yard touchdown pass on the second play from scrimmage.

But Santa Fe answered on its first drive as Hansen quickly went to work. Three plays after a 19-yard pass completion to Kaden Mendenhall, Hansen split the middle of the Southmoore defense with a 21-yard score to tie the game at 7-7.

The score remained tied until the 4:43 mark of the second quarter when Hansen again engineered a long scoring drive. He found Aaron Jones for 20 yards before putting on a few of his own moves to score on a 27-yard run.

This time, Southmoore had an answer. The SaberCats capped a 9-play drive with a two-yard touchdown run from Nick Scott just before the half.

The Wolves came out of halftime and Hansen dialed up a 46-yard pass play to senior Malik Earl, who finished with four catches for 63 yards.

Southmoore added a 22-yard field goal to cut the deficit to 21-17 with 5:34 left in the third quarter.

The SaberCats took their only lead of the night when Walker ran eight times in a 10-play drive and he scored from two yards out, giving his team a 24-21 advantage.

The lead was short lived as Hansen scored on a two-yard run on the ensuing possession. The Wolves led, 28-24.

Southmoore will travel to Putnam City Friday to take on Putnam City West (2-2, 0-1). The Patriots are not in the same caliber as ESF.

“They need to see the big picture,” Brickman said. “They are in a very tough district. We had a tough non district schedule. They just have to keep getting better at what we do.”


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