4A State Tournament
Volleyball Oct. 8, 2004
Collinsville -vs- Bishop McGuinness at Carl Albert H.S. In Midwest City
Lady Cards Fall 16-25 and 16-25
4A State Volleyball Tournament: Cascia Hall, Catoosa, Collinsville, Bishop McGuinness, Victory Christian, Fletcher, Corn Bible and Heritage Hall
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Collinsville, Oklahoma
Carl Albert H.S. is at 2009 S. Post Rd in Midwest City
(near Tinker AFB)
4A Volleyball
First round loss sends Collinsville to loser's side of bracket ... understand they won their first game there ... so they play at 10am Saturday Oct. 9th
The Collinsville Lady Cards never could get started against Bishop McGinness Friday in their opening game at the 4A State Tournament at Carl Albert High School losing 16-25. In the second game they stayed close and even pulled ahead at 15-14 but could only manage 1 more point in another 16-25 loss. They played again Friday at 4:40pm. I'm assuming they played Catoosa? and understand they will play again Saturday at 10am. Don't know opponent yet.
-- Ted Sat 1:15am -- By the time I finish softball + football + fire it will be too late me to even think about being in Midwest City for that match.
The girls lost the first game on Friday to Bishop McGuiness and then won the second game over Catoosa. They played Victory Christian Sat. morning and beat them, then had to play Bishop McGuiness again and lost both of those games 23-25. They ended up fourth overall in the state, and the only public school in the final four. They had a great season! Thanks for all of your coverage this season.
-- Cory Slagle 10/11/2004
Per the revised OSSAA bracket: Cascia Hall won the State 4A Title (again) by defeating Bishop McGinness 25-18 & 25-18.