Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 12, 2014
CHS Football -vs- Catoosa
Cardinals Are 2-0 On The Season After Taking Care Of Catoosa 35-14
On A Chilly Evening
Ryan Haymaker (#25) and Shawn Koscheski (#1) were big contributors to the Cardinal offense again.
Brett Erickson (#11) started off the scoring with this 34 yard TD pass from Shawn Koscheski at 5:55 in the first quarter. Cole Hadley's extra point kick made the score 7-0.
Josh Arnold (#43) was one of the tacklers on this first quarter stop of Catoosa's quarterback.
If you look closely you can see lineman Jacob Harrison (#51) is the unlikely ball carrer in this photo. The play was the extra point attempt following a 10 yard Catoosa touchdown run with 1:16 left in the first half. The snap for the PAT attempt was bobbled by the Catoosa holder and Blake Burd (#22) knocked the ball loose from him allowing Harrison to scoop up the loose ball. High school rules don't allow the defense to score on extra point attempts so the refs stopped the play as soon as Collinsville recovered. The score was 7-6 at this point.
Collinsville took the Catoosa kickoff at their own 36 and used all but 4.7 seconds the final minute of the first half to reach the Catoosa 16 setting on the play below.
My photo didn't turn out well but the Cardinals scored on this Shawn Koscheski 16 yard TD pass to Brandon Lowe (#2) as time expired on the first half. Hadley's kick made the half time score 14-6.
The Collinsville Crimson Cadet Band marched at half time with a portion of their "Rememberance 2014" program. The Catoosa band marched pre-game to allow time for the cancer awareness ceremony.
It looked like Bradley Smith (#73) might have a shot at this Catoosa fumble but Blake Burd (#22) beat him to it at 9:27 in the 3rd quarter. The recovery gave the Cardinals a first down at midfield.
Catoosa had driven down to about the Collinsville 10 yard line before again putting the ball on the ground. Roc Robbins (#44) scooped this one up and covered the majority of those 90 yards (below) for a defensive touchdown and a potential 14 point swing. That made the score 21-6 after Hadley's kick with 3:19 left in the 3rd quarter.
Roc Robbins (#44) fumble recovery touchdown.
Freshman Cole Hadley (#8) handled the kickoffs and extra points (all 5). Shawn Koscheski punts for the Cardinals.
Ryan Haymaker (#25) caught this Shawn Koscheski pass and covered 45 yards to the endzone with 10:26 left in the game. Hadley's kick made the score 28-6.
Ryan Haymaker (#25) ran in the final Cardinal score from the 14 yard line with 3:32 left in the game. Hadley's kick set the score at 35-6. Catoosa managed a final touchdown (an 11 yard pass) with 18.8 seconds left and ran in a 2-point conversion for the final 35-14 score.
Cutler Cole, Jake Douglass, and Ryan Haymaker enjoy a moment on the sidelines near the end of the game.
The CHS Varsity Cheerleaders will compete at Regionals Sept. 20th at Union.
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Great job by the CHS Football Cardinals. I have one photo and the TDs listed on the intro page. I've uploaded 44 photos for the Tulsa World slideshows. I'm hoping to be at ORU bright and early Saturday for my initial cross country coverage so there won't be any late night work on football tonight. And if I can slip in a few youth football games Saturday afternoon, maybe I can still get the CHS football page online before Saturday is over. -- Ted -- 11:15pm Friday 9/12/2014

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The purple was also worn by CHS students in memory of Teacher / Coach Brian Phillips (cystic fibrosis). These students have now lost a second Coach with the passing of Mark Campbell this summer after a long battle with cancer.

Scoring Summary:

34 Yard Koscheski TD Pass To Erickson 5:55 1st Quarter

Catoosa 10 yard TD Run 1:16 1st Quarter

27 Yard Koscheski TD Pass to Lowe No time left in 1st Half

~90 Yard Robbins Fumble Recovery TD Return 3:19 3rd Quarter

45 Yard Koscheski TD Pass To Haymaker 10:46 4th Quarter

14 Yard Haymaker TD Run 3:32 4th Quarter
* (Hadley converted all 5 of the PAT kicks)

Catoosa 11 Yard TD Pass with 11.8 Seconds left in the game

Tonight the cheerleaders had the opportunity to go to the nursing home! We did the fight song and a couple cheers! -- Brooke Eigenheer (9/12/2014)
Chase Wilkins (#7) caught the ceremonial practice punt from Shawn Koscheski and was swarmed by his teammates to end the Cardinal pre-game warmups.
There was plenty of Gold & Purple on both sides and the half-time included 1st -12th grade cheerleaders and a balloon release to rasie awareness for childhood cancer.
Part of the CardinalTV Crew waiting for the game to start.
Doug Pavey and the rest of the "Hannah's Helping Hands" crew with an assist from Collinsville FFA students inflated hundreds of ballons for the half time ceremony raising awareness of childhood cancer.
These fans had gold and purple hair along with an outstanding purple beard
These young ladies had plenty of pink and purple going at their endzone seats.

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