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Collinsville High School Soccer
Here -vs- Cleveland Tuesday
April 12, 2005 (Page 2)
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Girls Lost 4-5 In OT
... Boys Lost 1-7
To Cleveland

2005 Collinsville High School Boys Soccer Team -- L-R Back Row: Brett Smith, Jason Ferguson (#18), Jeff James (#6), P.J. Robinson (#3), Aaron Watts (#7), Logan Davis (#13), Josh Borthick (#16), Chance Turnbull (keeper), and Tim Muller (#11). Front Row: Kyle Smith, Stephen Pitts (#9), Michael Short (#8). Kraig Chambers (#10), Travis Blaksley (#15) and Jimmy McMullen. Ronald Monroe was not available for the photo.
Joe Ogden, Ryan Christian and Justin Schubert.
The boys team helped out with some net repair work by Coach Christian during halftime of the girls game. Rachel Elmore scored an apparent goal in the first half but it was ruled that it had gone through the side of the net and disallowed.
Note: Given the recent death of an Owasso teen at Ator field in Owasso while he and friends tried to move a similar goal, I hope that the goal here was properly tied down after the repairs? -- Ted
Collinsville defenders try to keep this corner kick & header attempt out of the Collinsville net.
Collinsville goalie Chance Turnbull stopped this Cleveland shot.
Jeff James has inside position on this offensive run towards Cleveland's goal.
Note: The CHS boys team played this game (and will the rest of the season) without three players lost due the red cards in the Claremore Sequoyah game. -- Ted
One more note: I have more photos of the girls game (than boys) because my daylight shots are so much better and I was also saving the last few shots (& battery) left in my camera for the boys team photo above. -- Ted