Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 25, 2011
JrHi Football -vs- Oologah
Final Junior High Game Of Season
Cardinal 7th Grade Won 33-8
Cardinal 8th Grade Lost 12-34
Cardinal 9th Grade Won 32-0

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Jr. Hi Update
October 26, 2011

The Oologah Mustangs galloped into Sallee Field Tuesday night to take on the Cardinals. After all the dust cleared the Mustangs were on a slow walk back to Oologah.

The Cardinal 7th grade team bucked the Mustangs all over the field. In the battle of two undefeated teams, the Cardinals proved without a doubt, they are the top rider of this bedlam rivalry. The Cardinals win 33-8, and finish the season undefeated. No injuries were reported. The young guns, also become the first Collinsville team to capture the Metro Lakes Conference title in football. The Metro Lakes Conference consists of: Tulsa Bishop Kelley, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Pryor, Skiatook, and Tahlequah. This is the second year for the Cardinals to be a part of the 5A conference.

The 8th grade Cardinals fought a tough battle. Early in the contest the two teams traded scores and the game appeared to be a scoring free fall. But the Mustangs had a receiver that made some remarkable catches through out the night. Mustangs win 34-12. No injuries were reported. The 8th grade finishes 4-3. The team record does not really reflect the greatness of this team. The 8th grade team is a darn good football team with great things to happen in the future.

In the 9th grade game, the Cardinals were flawless. The Cardinal freshmen roped the Mustangs on the Football arena and proved without a doubt the will to win is in this team. Cardinals win 32-0. No injuries were reported.

This brings our 2011 season to an end. It was a great year. There are so many to say Thank you too. Our coaches who coach these fine young players are, Kurt Boomer, Ben Davis, Brian Phillips, Damon Herald, Matt Davison, Sean Tesar, Bobby Sparks, Dale Harp, Adam Hass, Mike McClure, and Kevin Jones. Thank you to the families of these coaches who sacrifice their time and efforts that allow our coaches to be a part of our athletes lives.
Thank you to our administration. I don’t believe our superintendent and athletic director miss a snap all season. A big thank you to our teachers, who prepare our athletes with the tools they need for tomorrow’s world. Thanks go out to our support staff, Robert Humble, Cheerleaders, Quarterback Club, parents and fans. Let’s don’t forget our media. Ted Wright is the best, and Bill Johnston for their coverage of our kids.

Coach’m up

(Via Tommy Redding 10/26/2011)
After Collinsville's 7th Grade football team beat Oologah (to finish the season undefeated with 7 wins) they emptied a cooler on both Coach Boomer and then Coach Redding (left). They are the Metro Lakes Conference Champs. Collinsville's 8th graders were warming up in the background.
Justin Kothe (#42) scored the final touchdown of the evening (and in the freshman game) after being spun sideways by the last Oologah defender. Collinsville's 9th graders won 32-0.
Blake Burd (#22) scored on a 40 yard TD run in the 7th grade game.
8th grade QB Brandon Lowe (#2) scored on this 78 yard TD run in the 1st quarter and also on a 3 yard run in the 4th quarter for the only Cardinal points.
Marcus Redwine (#3) scored for the 9th grade Cardinals on this 30 yard 2nd half TD run.
7th Grade kickoff fake formation.
8th Grade Offense
Conner Fry (#12) scored the first 9th grade TD on an 8 yard pass from Shawn Koscheski early in the 2nd quarter.
Seth Boomer (#12) with a long pass attempt for the 7th grade.
A V-formation of large fowl passed overhead during the 7th grade at Sallee Field Tuesday. They were headed south for winter despite the unseasonably comfortable high 70 degree temperatures here for a late October game.
Dylan Bayouth (#42) tackled this 8th grade Oologah ball carrier for a loss.
Braden York (#62) tackled this 8th grade Oologah oponent stopping an interception return.
A blur of action in the 9th grade game as Redwine takes a Koscheski handoff.
Shaefer Smith (#20) had just landed after hurdling a potential Oologah tackler for a nice gain in the 8th grade game.
Devin Gray (#70) was guarding the 7th grade Conference Plaque.
9th Grade