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Ted Wright -- last update 10/14/2005 (FBJrHiSkiaOct13.html)
Copyright 2005 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma

Junior High Football
Oct. 13, 2005
Collinsville -vs- Skiatook At Sallee Field
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7th Grade Cards Win 32-0
8th Grade Cards Win 22-0
Freshman Cards Ahead 7-0 At Half
Tyler Lowe ran in a 34 yard touchdown to put Collinsville up 30-0 over Skiatook in the 4th quarter Thursday. The defense later trapped Skiatook for safety and the final 32-0 score in the 7th grade game.
The 7th grade defenders (in red shirts) broke up this Skiatook pass in the 4th quarter.
Doyle Lewis make a nice gain for the 7th grade Cardinals on this run in the 4th quarter.
Middle School
Cheer Leaders
These young fans befriended a cat in the parking lot at the games Thursday.
8th grade defender Steve Majike (#48) stopped Skiatook for a loss in the final seconds (above) after giving up a big gain (below) to preserve the shutout and a 22-0 win.
Collinsvile's freshman quarterback Lane Coulter (#8) made a nice gain on this keeper reaching Skiatook's 30 yard line in the Cards 1st quarter scoring drive.
Kyle Rush (#34) scored for Collinsville from the 7 yard line with just over 18 seconds left in the 1st quarter with a block from #2.
Cardinal JV Cheer Leaders