Collinsville, Oklahoma
February 23, 2008
HS Wrestling State Finals
Collinsville's Dalton Salisbury Is 4A State Champ At 189
Michael Maul Runnerup at 160
At State Tournament In OKC
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Copyright 2008 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma

Vote March 4th To
Re-Elect Trent Rogers
As City Commission Ward 2

Who is Trent Rogers?

  • Our Incumbent Commissioner for Ward 2 (Includes our Historic District)
  • Is a veteran of the United States Air Force
  • Owns and operates a successful business in Downtown Collinsville
  • Served as Past Planning Commissioner
  • Member of 2030 Comprehensive Plan Steering Committee
  • Worked as a manufacture trade representative for the Dallas Trade Center
  • United Way Volunteer from 1997 - 2000
  • Strong proponent for community development and active in all downtown activities
  • Has served as a board member for Collinsville Downtown, Inc.
  • Consistently advocates for Collinsville as a strong ambassador of this city

Accomplished During Trent's Tenure:

  • Worked closely with the City Manager and the Red Cross during ice storm disaster
  • Instrumental in all efforts for our new fire station and city hall restoration
  • Instrumental in acquiring two new ambulances, a new pumper fire engine and a new grass fire rig
  • Worked with DEQ to clean old smelter site and opened a recycle center on Broadway
  • Improved response time and efficiency by combining Fire and EMS departments
  • Involved in bringing nearly $8,000,000 in highway transportation improvements to Collinsville. (Opened Broadway Bridge, Main Street Enhancement Project, East Highway 20 Gateway Improvement Project, S-curve Improvement Project)
  • Collaborated efforts to create a more efficient and profitable trash service for Collinsville and reduced summer sewer rates, as well as implemented a system to improve sewer lagoon efficiency
  • School Crossing on Broadway is safer for our children
  • Expanded electric service west for anticipated residential and commercial growth. Expanded electric service south to Collinsville's Industrial Park to support more industry growth.

More Information at

Mr. Rogers can be reached at
(918) 277-2800

Collinsville's Dalton Salisbury defeated Carl Albert's Zach Aylor 7-3 in the 4A State wrestlings finals Feb. 23rd for the State Title at 189 pounds. (CHS Coach Mike Henry at left)
Collinsville's Michael Maul came just a few points short of the 4A State Title at 160 pounds with an 8-10 loss to Nobel's Tim Taylor in the finals match Saturday.
Dalton Salisbury (white uniform with red trim) had built up a 5-2 lead with 43 seconds left in the final period against Zach Aylor. This was the first time the two had wrestled.
Michael Maul (white uniform with red trim) turned Tim Taylor with less than a minutes left in the third period to earn 3 back points and pull within 6-8. Maul had pinned Taylor in their previous match (at regionals).
Five Collinsville wrestlers qualified for the State Tournamant in Oklahoma City Feb. 23-24th. L-R: Dalton Salisbury, Matt West, Michael Maul, Michael Pitts and Jayce Crowder. Only Salisbury and Maul survived the first day of matches Friday to continure wrestling Saturday. With wrestlers for all state classes (2A+3A+4A+5A) there were 116 wrestlers competing in OKC. Matches at each weight were held concurrently on adjacent mats in the areana on the state fairgrounds.
Collinsville High School was well represented in OKC this weekend with the wrestlers, fans, mat maids (above) and cheerleaders (below).
Had Two
3A Champs
Catoosa Won 4A Team Title
CHS Coach Jim Riley (left) and Head Wrestling Coach Mike Henry.
Michael Maul in the 160lb State 4A Finals
Dalton Salisbury added a takedown with 13 seconds left to ensure his win.
Oologah's Trevor Holly won a 3A State Title at 112 (above) and Derrick Adkins won a 3A State Title at 171 (right and below).
In a battle of unbeatens, Skiatook's Stephen Kendrick (red uniform) came up short in his bid for a 4A State Title at 119, losing to Casey Rowell of Duncan.
Michael Maul
Michael Maul
Dalton Salisbury
Dalton Salisbury (with Coaches Henry & Riley)
[9pm Friday Update: Maul & Salisbury will both be in the 5pm Saturday Finals]
State Wrestling: first round report from Coach Riley (2:30pm Friday Feb 22): Michael Maul won 14-4, Dalton Salisbury won by technical fall 20-5, Jayce Crowder lost 3-11, Michael Pitts lost 2-6, Matt West lost by pin. All will wrestle again later Friday (& some Saturday). -- Ted
The Collinsville Wrestling Team, Matmaids, and Coaches would like the thank the following Collinsville Merchants for their contributions that helped make our trip to the State Wrestling tournament special. Thank You Merchants: Subway, Collinsville Family Pharmacy, Ostrander Furniture and Appliance, The Rock Gym, Cribbett's Hardware, Code Red, Wardrobe Cleaners, S & S Machine Shop, Garner's Flowers, Sonic, Brinkley Auto Sales, Miller Sinclair, Collinsville Auto Sales, Napa Auto Parts, Jalapeno Grill, Collinsville Collision Center, VVEC, Marilyn Hardacre with Keller Williams, Dr Hart, Cheri's Daylight Donuts, American Bank, RCB Bank, Bank of the Lakes, Jackson-Hewitt, and Herb Weaver State Farm Insurance. (2-21-2008)