Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 28, 2011 (Page 1 of 2)
CHS Football -vs- Memorial
3rd District Win Keeps Playoffs Possible

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Oct. 28, 2011 at Memorial 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
The CHS Band did not march Friday at Tulsa Memorial (due to Memorial homecoming & senior activities) but got an early start on Halloween.
The Friday night game at Lafortune Stadium had Tulsa's St. Francis Hospital (near 61st & Yale) as a backdrop.
Memorial took the opening kickoff and drove down to the Cardinal 3 yard line on the play (above) before fumbling with Collinsville starting their first possession at the 3 yard line. I think that's Joe Crabb (#44) with the tackle.
In Collinsville's first possession Lineman L-R: Blake Stites (#82), Cole Keim (#67), Nathan Johnson (#77), Tucker George (#56), Bradley Peterson (77), and Matt Rodgers (64). In the backfield L-R Hunter West (#33) and Derek Iannapollo (#10). And a few others not in view.
Conner Crutchfield (#11) caught a Derek Iannapollo pass at the Collinsville 25 in the Card's first possession.
Carter Rasmussen (#85) reached the Memorial 15 yard line with this Iannapollo pass in the initial Cardinal possession. That possession covered 94 yards but ended with an interception at the 1 yard line early in the 2nd quarter.
Shane Goossen (#21) returned a Memorial punt (from their endzone) to Memorial's 26 setting up the Cardinal's first score.
What time is it? -- actually Cardinal players getting the play call from the sidelines and checking their arm bands in the no-huddle offense.
Keenan Priddy (#40) scored on this 4 yard TD run at 6:31 in the 2nd quarter.
Oliver Noesen (#9) made all the extra point attempts and kicked (above) what I suspect was the season's longest kickoff (after the first touchdown) with Memorial starting at their 15 after the kick.
Tucker George (#56) with a 2nd quarter pass rush.
Will Proctor (#65) is lined up head to head prepared to block for QB Derek Iannapollo (#10) in the 2nd quarter.
Keenan Priddy (#40) scored his second touchdown with 1:56 left in the first half from 1 yard out. Noesen's kick set the score at 14-0.
Maybe you didn't want to see it anyway but Memorial scored their first touchdown (with just 23 seconds left in the 1st half) on a 16 yard TD pass just a few yards in front of me so I have just a partial photo. -- Ted