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Ted Wright -- last update 9/13/2004 (FootballCatoJVSep13.html) Copyright 2004 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma

JV Football
Young Cards Beat Catoosa
Sept. 13, 2004
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Travis Blaskey (#45) hauls in a 39 yard TD pass on the first play of the fourth quarter in the JV game with Catoosa here Monday night This put the Cards up 20-6. The halftime score was 13-6.
Kyle Smith (#4) kicks off after the Collinsville touchdown (above).
Collinsville's JV players confer on the sidelines during a timeout in the closing minutes of the game guarding their 20-12 lead which stood up as the final score against Catoosa's JV.
Cards' defensive back Tyler Nair (#7) has his hand on the ball but was unable to cause the fumble or stop the Catoosa ball carrier on this 20 yard TD run in the fourth quarter.
Catoosa scored with less than a minute to go before half, but their extra point attempt (above) was no good.
Volleyball Coach Art Smalygo and his three babies check out the sideline action at the JV game Monday during halftime. The babies are now 18 months old. They are Devon, Brianna and Alec.