Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 14, 2011
Sports Miscellaneous
Softball Athlete Of Week / Football Pep / Cross Country Conference Meet /
JrHi Football (Skiatook) Report

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Cross Country Conference Meet (at Coweta)
Cross Country Conference Meet: Zach Ussery finished 7th in the varsity meet and Zach Sellers finished 4th in the at Tuesday's Metro Lake's Conference Meet at Coweta. -- Thanks, Coach Dutton (10/14/2011)

Zach Ussery

Zach Sellers
Marysa Trost (CHS Softball Senior) is "Athlete of the Week" -- per 10/12/2011 Tulsa World
CHS Pep Assembly Thursday Oct. 13, 2011
(Also Super Hero Spirit Day)
October 13, 2011

Sallee Field was the place to be this past Thursday night as the Cardinal 7th, 8th, and 9th grade teams’ hosted Highway 20 rivalry Skiatook.
The Cardinal 7th grade team captured the Bulldogs bone, in a run away fashion. Speed, agility, strength, and hard hitting, were the assets the Cardinals displayed all night long. Collinsville wins 28-6. With the victory, the 7th grade captures the 5A Metro Lakes Conference Title. The 7th grade record improves to 6-0. No injuries were reported.
The 8th grade game was full of thrills and chills. The October Harvest Moon shinned brightly over Sallee Field as the contest turned into a game of slugfest and trickery. Both teams traded scores through the night. Collinsville took the lead with less than a minute in the game and seemed to have victory in hand. But, with just seconds on the clock, Skiatook ran a reverse pass for 42 yards to capture the 22-16 win. The 8th grade records falls to 4-2. One hopefully minor injury was reported.
The Cardinal 9th grade team has been plaqued by injuries all season. The players play with great effort. Many times players are asked to play out of position due to the lack of depth. The hustle on and off the field, hard work between whistles, show the coaches the players are determined to do their best. Skiatook wins 20-8. No injuries were reported.
You still have a chance to come out and observe the upcoming stars of tomorrow. The Cardinals close out the 2011 season and will host Oologah on October 25th. That’s a Tuesday. Game time begins at 5:00.
Coach’m up
The Coaches
(-- via Tommy Redding 10/14/2011)

The start of the Girls XC Metro Lakes Conference meet at Coweta. -- Jim Riley ~4:30pm Tues 10/11/2011
Start of the Boys and Girls Jr. High Cross Country event at Coweta. -- Wayne Arnold (10/11/2011)
Spirit Night at Phillys --10% of sales will go to Wilson PTO to help by new P.E. Equipment. Come into Philly's between 4:30 and 7:30 this Friday. -- per school web site 10/10/2011
The CHS Class of 1976 will be hosting “Those 70s Classes” tailgate at Homecoming, Oct 14. We’ll be grilling hot dogs as long as they last. Come by before or during the game. There will also be a bonfire at Robert Hendrix’s home AFTER the game; maps and info available at the tailgate. -- Keith Whitfield (10/10/2011)