Collinsville, Oklahoma
August 2016
CHS Football 7th Grade
7th Grade
2016 Cardinal Football
Team Photo - Aug. 13
Edison Scrimmage - Aug. 22
Oologah Game (28-0) - Aug. 30
Payton Murphy (#60)
Andrew Stacy (#11)
Landon Bunch (#2)

The Collinsville Cardinals 7th,8th, and 9th grade football teams have been super busy the past couple of days. Last Friday night the Cardinals traveled to Bartlesville to scrimmage the 6A opponent and on Monday night the JHI scrimmaged Tulsa Edison at Sallee Field.
Both scrimmages were very physical. Every player that has been in our camp received playing time for our coaches to evaluate. Long time and former Coach of the Cardinals, Coach John Hall, volunteered to film the Tulsa Edison scrimmage so that the coaching staff could evaluate each player. The intensity of the Cardinals was outstanding as we prepare for our first game on August 30th.
After the scrimmage at Sallee Field the QB Club prepared a delicious meal for every player and coach of both teams. We would like to give a big thank you to the parents who help prepare the hotdogs.
One injury to report: Freshman Jason Benner broke his finger and we wish him a speedy recovery.
Our next action will be against the Oologah Mustangs next Tuesday at Sallee Field. Game time is 5pm.
Coach’m up
Tom Redding

Braden Kieth (#6)
Gabrial Acosta (#21) with an interception against Oologah.
Andrew Carney (#18) touchdown run.
Caden Boyd (#7) Touchdown run.
Chance Lewis (#62) and Cody Talkington (55).

The Collinsville Cardinals JHI football teams hosted the Oologah Mustangs Tuesday night at Sallee Field for a non-conference contest. This was the first game of the 2016 season for both programs and there was great anticipation from the Cardinal Nation for a rivalry win.

The 7th grade Cardinals displayed total control the entire night. With an outstanding kicking game, dominate running game, precise passing attack and a smash mouth defense the Cardinals were too much for the Mustangs. Cardinals win 22-8. No injuries to report.

The 8th grade Cardinals gave the fans plenty of entertainment. With a crushing running attack, overpowering defense and a solid kicking game the Cardinals broke the Mustangs will to play. Cardinals win 28-0. No injuries were reported.

In the 9th grade contest the “Boys of Fall” proved what Cardinal Football is all about. The slugfest was short and sweet for the Cardinals. The Cardinals played every down with tenacity and were just too overpowering for the Mustangs. Cardinals win 35-14. No injuries were reported.

The Cardinals will have get a break over this long Labor Day weekend. There will be NO PRACTICE on Labor Day. The Cardinals will travel to Coweta next Thursday September 8th for a Metro Lakes Conference contest. Game time is 5pm.

Coach’m up
Tom Redding

Previous Coverage
Related 2016:
2010 as 1st Graders (Combined with 2nd Grade) Red & White
JrHi Football Sweep of Oologah here (7th 28-0) (8th 22-8) (9th 35-14). Varsity Softball win 7-0 over Tahlequah (but JV loss). Varsity volleyball win 3-0 at Holland Hall.
-- Ted -- Tues. Aug. 30th, 2016
I have hundreds of photos to sort thru and gather names for ... CHS football, cheer, softball, volleyball and cross country ... it will take several days. -- Ted Wright 8/17/2016 -- add band tomorrow
Weather was awesome for football/cheer media day ... check back for more photos in a few days for varsity. (9th, 8th, 7th will take much longer as I don't have rosters yet). There are 2 photos on Twitter already -- Ted 12:15pm Saturday August 13th -- Ted
Norm Van Sickle's Media Day Photo Facebook Sampler 8/13/2016
(& More On His Website)
Media Day Change The team / individual photos for CHS Cheer and Football have moved a week earlier (from August 20th) to Saturday August 13th. It is likely that Lifetouch will not be there due to a schedule conflict. Ted Wright and Norm Van Sickle would be happy to take indivdual photos for everyone. -- Ted 8/3/2016
Varsity Cheer & Football & JrHi Football -- Saturday Aug. 13th Media Day -- Rain or Shine -- check with your coach ... if weather is bad we will move to CHS practice gym instead of football field -- Ted 8/12/2016

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2016 Collinsville
7th Grade Football
# Name    
2 Landon Bunch    
4 Jake Smith    
5 Will Thetford    
6 Braden Kieth    
7 Caden Boyd    
8 Caleb Davis    
9 Caleb Tehee    
10 Shawn Stopp    
11 Andrew Stacy    
12 Tyler Tillman    
13 Jaiden Ruff    
15 Colton McSperritt    
18 Andrew Carney    
21 Gabrial Acosta    
22 Connor Troglin    
23 Quinton Johnson    
32 Joey Rigby    
35 Triston Cottingim    
53 Josie Smith    
55 Cody Talkington    
57 Clayton Brewer (was 25)    
60 Payton Murphy    
62 Chance Lewis    
68 Jose Paz    
70 Cannon Howard    
73 Isaiah Saldivar    
77 Austin Zobisch    
80 Beau Oxford    
88 Dempsey Gillman    
Delaney Cottingim
Alex Knight
Baylor Enyart

Kevin Jones HS Head Coach
Tom Redding JrHi Head Coach
Jon Benham  
Damon Herald  
Sean Tesar  
Ben Davis  
Jarrod Shearer  
2016 7th Grade Football -- (L-R) Front Row: Landon Bunch (2), Braden Kieth (6), Jaiden Ruff (43), Alex Knight, Delaney Cottingim, Baylor Enyart, Beau Oxford (80), Caden Boyd (7), and Jake Smith (4). -- Row 2: Joey Rigby (32), Triston Cottingim (35), Coach Jarred Shearer, Coach Jon Benham, Coach Ben Davis, Coach Damon Herald, Coach Sean Tesar, Coach Tom Redding, Andrew Carney (18), and Will Thetford (5). -- Row 3: Austin Zobisch (77), Tyler Tillman (12), Payton Murphy (60), Caleb Davis (8), Clayton Brewer (25), Cody Talkington (55), Quinton Johnson (64), Isaih Saldivar (73), and Chance Lewis (62). -- Row 3: Shawn Stopp (10), Josie Smith (53), Caleb Tehee (9), Jose Paz (68), Tristan Edleman (50), Cannon Howard (70), Connor Troglin (22), Andrew Stacy (11), Gabrial Acosta (21), and Colton McSperritt (15).