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Collinsville, Oklahoma Basketball
Feb. 9, 2006
JrHi Conference Tourney Semi-Finals
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Several Collinsville JrHi Teams Advance to Tulsa 7 Conference Finals
Collinsville 9th grader Cody Inbody (#3) put in a layup in the left photo. A few minutes later (on the defensive end) he suffered an unknown injury and was immobilized and taken to the hospital by Collinsville EMS personnel.
The photos on this page are from the 9th grade games here Thursday night but the 8th grade girls above informed them that they won their semi-finals game 24-19 at Glenpool today. Their goal (in the Saturday 1:30 finals game at Glenpool) is written on their shirts. A report from Tim Rabbit indicated the Collinsville 7th & 8th grade boys teams also won spots in finals at Glenpool Saturday.
The Collinsville 9th grade girls beat Bristow 39-29 Thursday and their finals game is here Saturday at noon.
The Collinsville 9th grade boys beat Oologah 53-41 after trailing 24-28 at the half. Oologah went 0-for-the 3rd quarter as the Cards led 40-28 going into the final period. Collinsville plays here again at 1:30pm Saturday.
Kyle Rush (#12)
Mariah McElroy (#20)
Kelsi West (#12)
Linsey Curtis (#23)
Dom Iannapollo (#33)
With basketball starting to wind down, preparation for the spring baseball season is in swing with the installation of the new scoreboard at CHS last week and wiring this week.