Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 16, 2015
CHS Football -vs- Edison
Cardinals Couldn't Stop Edison Power Ground Game
Season Record Now 3 & 4
Collinsville got off to a great start against Edison Friday when Brandon Lowe (#2) intercepted a pass to end Edison's first possession and returned it for a Cardinal touchdown (below).
Brandon Lowe (#2) got some good blocks and weaved his way to the endzone (about 25 yards) with the Edison interception at the 9:36 mark of the 1st quarter.
Cole Hadley (#9) kicked the extra point out of Lowe's hold for a 7-0 Cardinal lead.
Tyler Forrest (#1) broke up this long Edison pass attempt bringing up 4th down on Edison's 2nd possession.
Collinsville QB Seth Boomer (#12) wishes he had this pass back as Edison returned the favor of a pick six and intercepted and scored from about 40 yards out on Collinsville's first offensive play from scrimmage. Edison went for two with a QB keeper and took the lead at 7-8 with 6:52 in the first quarter.
Edison's effective running game kept Collinsville defenders on their heels all night.
Several Collinsville defenders were out sized by Edison's power back but continued to made stops after mostly positive gains.
Edison was already up 7-14 when they blocked this Austin Roberts (#23) punt and returned it for a touchdown and a 7-21 lead with 10:27 left in the 2nd quarter.
Blake Burd (#22) provided most of the Cardinal ground yardage but was held in check most of the evening with no long gainers.
Collinsville scored it's only offensive touchdown on this Seth Boomer (#12) to Sam West (#13) pass from 10 yards out with 2:50 to go before half time. Hadley's kick was blocked and the score was 13-21.
Grayson Boomer (#87) blocked this Edison pass attempt late in the second quarter.
Edison attempted this long pass with just a few seconds left before the half but the Edison receiver ran over Brandon Lowe (#2) drawing an offensive pass interference call.
The Collinsville Crimson Cadet Band performed at half time.
Quick kicks by QB Seth Boomer on 4th downs were an effective field position play for Collinsville.
The Cardinal defense held Edison to just 7 points in the 2nd half.
Blake Burd (#22) with a good 2nd half gain.
The student section, cheerleaders and band drum line kept supporting the entire game.
The Edison receiver made a nice catch on this long pass play but it was called back on a motion penalty early in the 4th quarter.
Roc Robbins (#44) and Josh Arnold (#43) combined for this tackle.
Seth Boomer (#12) kept the ball (from Collinsville's 36) all the way down to Edison's 15 yard line and it reached the 7 after a penalty ... setting up the best offensive chance for the Cardinals in the second half. Collinsville got to the 4 yard line (below) before turning the ball over on down with 7:51 left in the game.
This pass attempt to Levi Draper (#10) in the endzone was incomplete but drew an interference call placing the ball at the 4 yard line in the 4th quarter.
Coach Kevin Jones stressed the team's season-long "Family" theme to pull together, as more important now than ever after this disappointing district loss.
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Our attention was directed to the south end zone at one point during pre-game but the announcer must have dropped a page from his script as he talked about something else and the National Anthem was never played at LaFortune Stadium Friday night.
Former Collinsville Coach Bob Craig was on the Edison sidelines Friday night.