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CHS Football
Oct. 14 , 2005 (Page 1 of 2)
Collinsville At Cleveland
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Cardinals Drop The Ball
& The Game
Lose To Cleveland 0-41
I missed the first few minutes of the game traveling from the State Volleyball game at Broken Arrow. The remaining change of possessions for each team are listed below. -- Ted
1st ?? ?? 0-0 before 9:35
1st punt punt 0-0
1st fumble
(Adam Thomas recovered at 44)
interception returned to Card 8 0-0
1st TD/kickoff fumble returned for 54 yard TD 0-7
1st TD/kickoff fumble at Clev 34 in 2nd quarter 0-14
2nd TD/kickoff punt 0-21
2nd interception (by Tyler Chronister at 10) punt 0-21
2nd TD/kickoff fumble on 1st play 0-27
2nd half time 0-27
3rd kickoff punt 0-27
3rd TD/kickoff over on downs at Clev 24 0-34
3rd TD/kickoff interception in endzone in 4th quarter 0-41
4th punt fumble on 1st play 0-41
4th punt over on downs at Clev 22 0-41
4th knee at game end 0-41
Tyler Chronister (#5) intercepted this Cleveland pass inside the 10 yard line stopping a potential scoring drive with the Cards already down 0-21 at 1:53 in the 2nd quarter.
Aaron Watts (#35) above and the other Cardinal ball carriers (Lenard Creek, Lance Kite, Michael Pitts and Tyler Chronister) all had a rough night against the Cleveland defense.
David Chester (#82) forced this Cleveland ball carrier out of bounds at the Card's 20 yard line two plays before Chronister's interception (above right).
The Collinsville varsity cheerleaders, band and some of the fans making the trip to Cleveland (Oklahoma) Friday night.
David Chester (#82) briefly lost the handle on the ball as he was tackled in the 2nd quarter after catching a five yard pass to the Card's 40.
Starting at their own 10 yard line after Tyler Chronister's interception, the Card's found little running room (with Lenard Creek looking for a gap above) and ended up punting a few plays later.