|Brayden Burd (#22) ran right through these would-be Oologah 7th grade tacklers and took the opening kickoff about 60 yards for a touchdown. The extra point kick attempt was low and the score 6-0 at 6:49.|
|Brayden Burd (#22) scored his 2nd first quarter touchdown on this ~25 yard run a few plays after a Cole Kykendall interception. Ethan Cole's (2 point) kick was good and the score was 14-0 with 3:48 left in the 1st quarter.|
|Brayden Burd (#22) scored his 3rd touchdown on this ~60 yard run. Ethan Cole's (2 point) kick was good and the score reached 22-0 with 1:31 left in the 1st quarter.|
|Taylor Olinghouse (#12) intercepted this Oologah pass near the Oologah 30 yard line on the final play of the first quarter and returned it to near the 10 yard line.|
|This Cole Dugger (#8) pass attempt was incomplete and the Collinsville 7th graders turned the ball over on downs at the 6 yard line early in the 2nd quarter. The score remained 22-0 until Oologah barely avoided a sack attempt and completed a 30+ yard TD pass with 2:15 left in the game.|
|Brady Mitchell (#52), Zack Kitch (#72), Zac Robbins (#64), and Isaac House (#73) are identifible in this lineman photo.|
|Coach Tommy Redding's Report|
Jr. High Update
The Collinsville Cardinal Jr. High Football teams hosted the Oologah Mustangs Tuesday night at Sallee Field for a non-conference contest. The Mustangs galloped into town and after all the dust had cleared the Cardinals had roped and corralled the Mustangs and sent them back to Oologah in a slow walk.
The 7th grade Cardinals displayed total control the entire night. With an outstanding kicking game, dominate running game, precise passing attack and smash mouth defense the Cardinals were too much for the Mustangs. Cardinals win 22-6. No injuries were reported.
The 8th grade Cardinals gave the fans plenty of entertainment. With a crushing running attack, overpowering defense and outstanding kicking game the Cardinals broke the Mustangs will to play. Cardinals win 22-0. No injuries were reported.
In the 9th grade contest the Boys of Fall proved what Cardinal Football is all about. The slugfest was just that; a typical hard hitting, smash mouth affair. The Cardinals played every down with tenacity and with just 6 seconds left in the rivalry score to win 13-12. No injuries were reported.
The Cardinals next action will be on September 11 at Claremore for the first Metro Lakes Conference game of the season. The 6A opponent will be a tough battle; so we need the Cardinal Nation to come support our teams. Games begin at 5pm.