Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 26, 2013
7th Grade Football -vs- Tahlequah
Collinsville 7th Grade Football Team Photo (August)
Action Photos From 22-6 Win Over Tahlequah (September)
Ted Wright Photos Below
Sept. 12th, 2013
Cole Wamego (#11) with a 15 yard gain down to the 15 in the opening drive against Tahlequah.
QB Talon Coulter (#1) gives the play to the other 7th graders in the opening drive.
Grayson Boomer (#82) scored the first touchdown on a 2-yard 4th and goal pass from Talon Coulter at 3:21 in the first quarter.
Ethan Keller (#14) recovered the Cardinal kickoff after their first score at the 22 yard line.
Cole Wamego (#11) scored the second Cardinal 7th grade touchdown on this 26 yard run with 2:53 left in the 2nd quarter. The PAT kick was just short and the score was 14-0.
A few of the JrHi cheerleaders were still playing volleyball during the 7th grade halftime ... and arrived after this photo.
Checking out a video of their halftime performance?
Malcom Tillman (#26) returned this Tahlequah punt to the Tahlequah 34 yard line in the 3rd quarter.
First step of the offensive line charge.
QB Hayden Mitten (#5 far left) scored on a 3 yard keeper with 47.4 seconds left in the 3rd quarter.
This Nick Goldsmith extra point kick was the only one of 3 attempts that didn't make it through the uprights (after the 2nd Collinsville TD). 7th and 8th grade extra point kicks are worth 2 points to encourage development of that skill for later grades..
Previous Coverage
2012 as 6th Graders (White) & (Red)
2011 as 5th Graders (Red)
2010 as 4th Graders (Red) (Playoff)
2009 as 3rd Graders (White) & (Red)
2007 as 1st Graders MM (White) & (Red) & (Black)

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Copyright 2013 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Sept. 26, 2013 here 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Collinsville 7th
Tahlequah 7th
7th Grade
2013 Cardinal Football
1 Talon Coulter
2 Coleson Harris
3 Carter Lowe
4 Andrew Pickell
5 Hayden Mitten
6 Dakota Martin
7 Ryan Ramierez
8 Trey Eberle
10 Vince Gregory
11 Cole Wamego
12 Kyle McGough
14 Ethan Keller
15 Connor Henson
16 Baylor Haynie
19 Colby Davis
20 Jordan Pickell
21 Jordan Wilkins
22 Walker Roberts
23 Nathan Sellers
26 Malcom Tillman
36 Isaac Aquero
43 Trent Brown
45 Kenlee Hall
48 Scott Sutterfield
50 Caden Cole
52 Dakota Huff
53 Parker Holmes
54 Cody Coughran
55 Adam Carney
62 Eric Cullen
64 Tres Sexton
65 Carson Cole
66 Triatan Brummett
68 Hayden Knight
70 Devin Guffey
72 Logan Johnson
73 Jessie Novotny
74 Cooper Gorrell
77 Wyatt Pickett
78 Trey Williamson
82 Grayson Boomer
84 Nick Goldsmith
85 Michael Forcelle
86 Jeb Maxwell
Managers: Summer Jennings, Sydney Flippo, Cassidy Ishmael
Coaches: Ben Davis, Kurt Boomer, Tom Redding, Kevin Jones, Damon Harrold, Matt Davidson, Mike McClure, Sean Tesar,
2013 Middle School Cheerleaders
7th Grade:
Emily DeLeon
Remy Young
Layton Draper
Gracie Haught
8th Grade:
Brooke Eigenheer
Lexi Draper
Annie Haught
Carrington Buoy
Ashley Flanagan
Allie Dugger
Mascot: Bella Dabbs
Coach: Tiffani Dabbs
Photo Credit for the team photo above to Heather Lyon, Collinsville News (August 17, 2013)
Walker Roberts (#22) kickoff.
Cooper Gorrell (74) and two other Cardinals combined for this tackle for a loss in the first quarter.
Allie Dugger & Lexi Draper
Brooke Eigenheer
Andrew Pickell (#4) and Trent Brown (#43) make this tackle early in the 3rd quarter.
Hayden Knight (#68) rushed this 4th quarter Tahlequah pass attempt.

Jr. High Update


The Collinsville Cardinal Jr. High football teams hosted the Tahlequah Tigers this past Thursday night at Sallee Field in a Metro Lakes Conference contest. After all three contests were complete the Cardinals gave the Eye of the Tiger, a black eye, as the Cardinals swept the series in all three games.

In the 7th grade contest the Cardinals dominated every phase of the game. The kicking game was outstanding providing turnovers which led to points on the board. The defense swarmed the Tiger backs and the offense was overpowering all night long. Cardinals win 22-6, and improve their record to 2-2. We are showing improvement. There was a Tiger player taken by ambulance to a local hospital for observation after the game. He was released Friday morning. We wish him a quick recovery.

The Cardinal 8th grade team proved without a doubt that we can, and will be, a good football team. The offensive line plowed huge holes for the running backs to run through and the Cardinal defense refused to allow the Tigers to cross our goal line. The kicking game was outstanding. Cardinals win BIG 31-0. No injuries were reported. We are getting better!

The money game of the night (9th) proved to be a slugfest. Both teams played great defense. Both teams had sound kicking games. Both teams proved they could move the ball. But the Cardinals were just too dominating up front in the running game. Cardinals win a close one 7-0. No injuries were reported. The Cardinals improve their record to 4-0.

Blake Burd continues to be sidelined with a concussion. We miss Blake and wish him a healthy recovery.

Our next action will next Thursday at Coweta beginning at 5pm. This is an important conference battle for all of our teams. In the past the Tigers have been a tough opponent. We need everyone to get loud and cheer our teams on. Hope to see you there. It’s great to be a Cardinal!

Coach’m up

Tom Redding 918-607-8423 or