Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 28, 2011 (Page 2 of 2)
CHS Football -vs- Memorial
Cadinals Beat Chargers In Tulsa
Host Bishop Kelley Next Week

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The Halloween costumed Crimson Cadet band did not march but will perfrom their annual light show at halftime next week when Collinsville hosts Bishop Kelley.
T.J.Johnson (#6) reached the Memorial 28 yard line in Collinsville's first drive in the second half (with a Derek Iannapollo pass).
Tulsa Memorial had just a small home field crowd.
QB Derek Iannapollo (#10) capped off the 2nd half opening drive with this 4 yard keeper at 6:46 in the 3rd quarer. Noesen's kick made the score 21-7.
Dylan Cook (#18) looked like he would add to the Cardinals 2nd half scoring but was caught at the two yard line and then had the big pass gain wiped out by offsetting penalties and moved all the way back to Collinsville's 40 yard line.
Carter Rasmussen (#85) made the tackle on this Memorial ball carrier near the sidelines in the 3rd quarter.
Hunter West (#33) had several carries in the final Cardinal drive (after Memorial had closed to 28-21 with 6:29 left in the game) along with Priddy and Iannapollo.
Oliver Noesen (#9) put the game out of reach with this field goal on 4th and 8 from the 10 with 17.4 seconds left in the game. This capped a time consuming drive from the Card's 26 yard line. The final score was 31-21.