Collinsville, Oklahoma
December 18, 2007 (Tuesday)
CHS Basketball -vs- Glenpool
Lady Cards Won 45-43
Guy Cardinals Lost in OT 45-46
Both Games Decided At The Buzzer on Glenpool Last Shots

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After a slow start in overtime Collinsville scrapped back and had a chance to tie if Kevin Phillips had made the 3rd free throw (above with 14.6 seconds left) after being fouled on a 3-point shot attempt. The free throw rimmed out but Steven Gerber got the rebound and put it in to give Collinsville a 1-point lead. The regulation score had been 36-36.
Trailing Collinsville by 1, Glenpool had just missed a shot with 6 seconds left in the overtime period. Glenpool tracked down the rebound and made a shot at the buzzer to win the boys game here Tuesday.
Emily Varner (#22)
Kelsi West
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The CHS pep band provided musical entertainment
The girls game also went down to a last shot (miss) by Glenpool with Collinsville in the lead. The Collinsville girls were up 45-41 with 19 seconds left before a Glenpool 2 pointer and missed Lady Cards free throws at 5 seconds.
Noticed an unusual face morph that Cassie Smith & Heather Warnock aligned while cheering on the Cardinals. -- Ted
Linsey Curtis (2nd from the right) will see no basketball playing time for this her junior year having had recent shoulder surgery. She had some cummulative injuries from softball and basketball that have been repaired. She hopes to be back for the end of spring track and definitely softball next fall.
Sorry, but I opted to skip adding names on this page as I'm running about 2 days behind. -- Ted -- midnight Thursday 12-20-2007