Collinsville, Oklahoma
November 19, 2007
Miscellaneous News

All-District Football /
ECC Kids /
Main St. Bridge Removal

Early Childhood Cardinal Characters from Friday, November 16th (from left to right) Back row: Canaan Roark, Alex Teasley, Emmy Fowler, Tucker Allen, and. Ashton Jones. Front row: Maxwell Rainwater, Josiah Hendricks, and Colby Hill. (Previous Coverage)
(Submitted by Diertra Harris, Kindergarten 11/17/2007)
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Four Cardinals Named
To 4A-3 All-District Football Team
Jarrod Shearer (Guard)
Brandon McCoy (Defensive Lineman Of The Year)
Michael Pitts (Defensive End Of The Year)
Kevin Phillips (Special Teams Players Of The Year)
The CHS Varsity Football Cardinals finished 5-5 this season. The JV was undefeated in 5 games. The district will be realigned next season with several new teams. Coach Craig started his countdown of 253 days until the first 2008 practice at a reception for the 2007 team at CHS Friday Nov. 16th.
Senior David Prock (left) was also recognized for his contributions to the CHS football team. Brandon McCoy missed the senior group photo with Coach Craig above. (Last Year)
The steel beams have been removed from the old Main Street (Hwy 20) bridge over Blackjack Creek. The concrete supports were being jack-hammered Monday Nov. 19th, 2007 to clear a space for a new 4-lane bridge on Collinsville's East Gateway. (Previous Coverage)