Collinsville, Oklahoma
November 15, 2013
CHS Playoff Football -vs- Bishop Kelley
5A Playoff Round 1 Victory
After Sloppy Start
Cards Wil Host OKC McGuinness In Round 2 Next Week
Bishop Kelley and Collinsville traded early fumbles before the Comets missed a field goal try (from the 20) at 6:51 in the first quarter.
Collinsville's 2nd possession ended after just 2 plays with their 2nd fumble leaving BK only about 25 yards for their first touchdown (above) at 4:41 in the first quarter. The extra point was good and Bishop Kelley had a 0-7 lead.
Collinsville's 3rd possession was more productive moving from their own 30 down the the BK 7. QB Zane McElroy hit Austin Roberts (#23) with a 30 yard pass play (above) down to the 9 but the drive stalled.
Sergio Perez (#9) missed a field goal (low) after the attempt was backed up 5 yards to the 12 with 1:01 left in the first quarter.
The first quarter ended with the Cards down 0-7 but the loud CHS student section still standing.
Keenan Hamilton (#20) caught this contested McElroy pass near the sideline and left the defender to make his way down to the BK 16 with the play covering 48 yards total early in the 2nd quarter.
T.J. Johnson (#6) got Collinsville down to the 10 yard line (from the 21 after a motion penalty) with this McElroy pass but two incompletions turned the ball over on downs to BK at the 10 with 10:11 left in the 2nd quarter.
Collinsville put together another nice 2nd quarter drive but again came up with no points. The 4th down pass from the 10 was incomplete (to TJ Johnson above) and BK took over with 3:54 left in the first half.
Brandon Lowe (#2) returned a BK punt to the BK 17 yard line after the Card's defense held Kelly to a 3-and- out pushing them back to their own 1 before the punt.
Collinsville was at the BK 3 yard line with 17.9 seconds left in the first half and facing 4th down as this play started.
Collinsville converted the 4th down play with Keenan Hamilton (#20) catching a Zane McElroy pass and scoring with 13.5 seconds before half time. Clearly I quessed the wrong camera position but you can see two officials with a clear view of the catch and the end line. -- Ted
Sergio Perez (#9) kicked the extra point and the Cards went to half time tied 7-7.
The Collinsville Cross Country girls team was recognized for their 3rd place 5A State finish.
The Collinsville Cheerleader coaches (center) were recognized for their coach of the year honors.
Bishop Kelley scored first in the 2nd half covering 67 yards with the final run from the 5 at 4:39 in the 3rd quarter, Their kick was good for a 7-14 score.
Zane McElroy (#4) covered from mid-field down to the BK 5 on this QB keep. Zane followed a few plays later with a 3 yard TD and tied the score 14-14 after a Sergio Perez kick at 2:58 in the 3rd quarter.
Collinsville got the ball back on the first play of the 4th quarter on a BK punt to the Cardinal's 13 yard line. They had moved out to their 26 before the pass play above with Zane McElroy (#4) hitting T.J. Johnson on the run (below).
T. J. Johnson (#6) got Collinsville down to the BK 10 on this 64 yard pass play from Zane McElroy early in the 4th quarter with the scored still tied 14-14.
Ryan Haymaker (#25) ran the final 10 yards to break the 14-14 tie with this touchdown. Perez kicked the extra point and the score reached 21-14 with 10:20 left in the game.
The Cardinal defense kept Bishop Kelly off the score board in the final quarter with a fumble recovery (above) by Parker Brown and several other tackles for losses.
Shawn Koscheski (#1) held on to a foot and shirt-tail until Josh Arnold (#43) and Keenan Hamilton (#20) could arrive to help finish off this late 4th quarter tackle.
Josh Arnold (#43) and Marcus Tillman (#24) sacked the Bishop Kelly quarterback all the way back to the 12 yard line on this play in the closing minutes.
Previous Coverage
did not play BK
2010 Frosh Game (against our current seniors)
2005 4th Grade (against our current seniors) in the playoffs!
Unkown If varsity BK Games Prior to 2010? -- Ted


Tulsa World Game Coverage 11/16/2013

Some Oklahoma Football Playoff History

Cards make it interesting as usual but righted the ship for 21-14 playoff win over Bishop Kelley. Will host OKC Bishop McGuinness next Friday. -- Ted 9:50pm Friday 11/15/2013

CHS Football Cardinals Are District Champs
ATTENTION CARDINAL NATION - ARE YOU READY FOR PLAYOFFS?! It's time to show your Cardinal Pride this Friday Nov. 15th @ 7pm Sallee Field for the 2013 District 5A-4 Champs!! Wear your Cardinal Red, make signs and bring those noisemakers - it's CODE RED time. Stop by the Quarterback Club Trailer for a playoff special - buy one get one half off. SEE YOU AT SALLEE! -- Collinsville Quarterback Club (11/11/2013)

Friday Night Playoff Football Reminder: Employee passes WILL NOT be honored at the Friday night playoff game. The only pass that will be honored is the OSSAA playoff pass. Tickets are $5.00 for students and adults. ONLY season pass ticket holders with a parking permit will be able to park inside the gate (after purchasing a ticket). -- Thank you! -- Melanie Garrett (Collinsville Public Schools)

Tulsa World's (Barry Lewis) Take On Collinsville Brief 5A Football Time -- 11/11/2013

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The Collinsville Masonic Lodge presented a $2016 check to the QB Club for a recent fundraiser.
The Collinsville Cross Country girls team was recognized for their 3rd place 5A State finish.
Collinsville Cardinal TV provided a live online game broadcast with Leah Johnson on the sideline camera.
5A Playoff Bracket on OSSAA site --
Round 1:
Collinsville eliminated Bishop Kelley; MacArthur eliminated Deer Creek;
Pryor eliminated Skiatook;
McAlester eliminated East Central;
Carl Albert eliminated Del City;
and Guthrie eliminated Chickasha.
Come out Friday night (7pm kickoff Nov.15th) to see these seniors defend Sallee Field for perhaps the final time ... along with their Cardinal teammates who are 5A-4 District Football Champions ... taking on the Bishop Kelley Comets.