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Copyright 2006 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Collinsville, Oklahoma
Sept. 14, 2006
9th Grade Football -vs- Hominy
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Freshman Cardinals Win
34-0 Over Hominy Here Sept. 14th
9th Grade
Collinsville Football Team
1 Dylan Weabe
2 Jace Crowder
4 Josh Loftin
6 Stephen Majike
8 Merin Oakley
10 Nathan Jesse
15 Zane Powers
16 Christian Callahan
20 Josh Starr
26 Ethan Miller
31 Jamaro Oakley
52 Mitch Bowessa
55 Justin Caruthers
56 Eric Curren
63 Aaron Martinez
64 Phillip Kolosha
73 Micheal Leland
74 R.J. Masterson
76 Larry Thompson
78 Tyler Swindell
79 Thomas Salisbury
Trainers: Dillon Harwood
Coaches: Kelly Anderson ... and all the CHS coaches
Stephen Majike (#6 above) scored the second TD for the Collinsville Freshman against Hominy in the last minute before half time. Christian Callahan had scored the first TD on a pass in the 1st quarter.
Ethan Miller intercepted this Hominy pass and ran it to the Hominy 16 yard line early in the 2nd quarter.
The Collinsville freshman defense smothered this Hominy run attempt.
Jamaro Oakley (#31) ran this interception back ~80 yards to put the Cards up 22-0 at 4:21 in the 3rd quarter.
Merin Oakley (#8) scored the final TD for Collinsville in the 4th quarter for the 34-0 score. Dylan Weabe had scored earlier for a 28-0 difference.