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This view of the new (American Bank Of Oklahoma Sponsored)
scoreboard shows the final tallies for the boys game 12-12-2006.
Chance Riley (#32), Tyler Chronister (#5), Kevin Phillips (#11), Kyle Lee
Smith (#4) and David Chester (#44). Adam Harrell (#22) added 4 points to
the total of the 5 starters shown.
12, 2006 (Page
1 of 2)
Basketball -vs- Cleveland
Girls Won 64-35
Collinsville Boys Won 60-49
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Copyright 2006 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Opener & Last Home Game of 2006
(Play Next At Skiatook Friday)
Riley (#32) was the leading scorer for the Collinsville boys with 17 points.
Kevin Phillips added 15 points.
Donelson (#20) takes a pass from Lacey Koscheski (#22) under the basket for
2 of her game high 22 points.
Nelson (#31) during player introductions
the pep band (above), cheerleaders (below), and great game action the CHS gym
was a lively place for basketball fans to be Tuesday night.
Lady Cards' pressing defense was relentless in the first half causing many Cleveland
turnovers. Mariah McElroy and Kelsi West cut off the passing options here.
Cruger and the other cheerleaders were scattering as David Chester (#44) and
2 Cleveland players tried to track down this ball before it went out of bounds.
Sallee (#1) driving under the basket
Phillips (#11) launches a 3-pointer with the new wall-sized enlarged photo of
the 2005 State Softball Champs
in the back ground at the CHS gym.
West and Lacey Koscheski defending
Chester (#44) fights for a rebound
Koscheski (#22) leading the break
variation to "crashing the boards" ... as Bob Humble with Coaches
Pratt and Irvine and Cross try to repair the plexiglass signs in the scorer's
desk after Tyler Chronister "crashed" chasing a ball out of bounds
at mid-court. Tyler is still sporting a cast on his right wrist (from a football
injury) but it did not appear to affect his basketball play.