Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 1, 2016
CHS Football -vs- Oologah
14-43 Non-District Loss At Oologah Humbled Highly Ranked Cardinals
Collinsville fans joined Oologah in wearing orange to show support for Oologah student Josh Payton (#1) who is battling cancer.
Seth Boomer (#12) had his choice of Walker Roberts (#23) or Hayden West (#33) on this first quarter pass.
2016 CHS Varsity Football
# Name Class Position
1 Anthony Cochrane SR RB/OLB
2 Carson Stout JR QB/DB
3 Dylan Russell SR WR/OLB
4 Dillon Spenser SR TN/OLB
5 Tyler Knauss SO WR/DB
6 Seth Weiser SO RB/DB/K
7 Talon Coulter SO WR/DB
8 Tate Robards SO QB/OLB
9 Chase Lorg SR TE/ILB
10 Levi Draper SR TE/ILB
11 Brett Erickson SR WR/DB
12 Seth Boomer SR QB/DB
13 Tyler Ramirez SR TE/OLB
14 Trey Eberle SO H/OLB
16 Nate Sinni JR QB/DE
18 Grayson Boomer SO TE/DE
20 Logan Sieminskie JR RB/OLB
21 Vince Gregory SO WR/DB
23 Walker Roberts SO WR/DB
24 Malcom Tillman SO RB/DB
25 Carter Lowe SO RB.OLB
26 Zach Coday SO WR/DB
27 Jordan Pickell SO RB/DB
28 Andrew Pickell SO WR/DB
30 Scott Sutterfield SO WR/DB
31 Gunther Vonschriltz JR WR/DB
32 Holt Ganzel JR FB/ILB
33 Hayden West JR WR/DB
34 Jacob Bigit SO WR/DB
35 Baylor Haynie SO WR/DB
38 Josh Wise SO WR/DB
40 Nic Goldsmith SO TE/DE
42 Kenlee Hall SO H/ILB
43 Trent Brown SO FB/ILB
44 Jonathan Martin SO FB/OLB
50 Tanner Erickson SO OL/NG
51 Jacob Harrison SR OL/NG
52 Hayden Knight SO OL/OLB
54 Eli Emmitt SR OL/NG
55 Adam Carney SO OL/DE
58 Nathan Schaffner SR OL/DE
60 Carson Cole SO OL/DE
61 Jackson Wilson SR OL/NG
62 Logan Johnson SO OL/NG
63 Cody Coughran SO OL/DE
65 Spencer Oslin JR OL/DE
68 Cameron Camp JR OL/NG
70 Joey Krupinski SR OL/DE
73 Bradley Smith SR OL/NG
74 Caden Weathers JR OL/DE
75 Tre Robinson SO OL/NG
80 Tres Sexton SO TE/DE
82 Colin Dooling JR WR/ILB
85 Blake Ford JR WR/DB
86 Cooper Gorrell SO H/OLB
88 Marcus Reeder SR WR/DB
98 Dalton Burton SR OL/NG
Jeslyn Crowder
Delaney Cottingim
Molly Sills
Gracie Oxford
Cassidy Ishmael
Allen Tyler
Dylan Dobbs
Kevin Jones Head Coach / QBs
Adam Hass Offensive Coordinator / OL
Jon Benham Defensive Coordinator / OLBs
Damon Herald ILBs
Sean Tesar WRs
Ben Davis RBs
Tyler Chronister DBs
Tom Redding JrHi Head Coach
Bobby Sparks 9th Defensive Coordinator
Jarrod Shearer JrHi Defensive Line
Film Crew: John Hall & Mike Henry
Athletic Director: Jim Riley
Assistant AD: Tony Reeder
MS Asstistant AD: Ben Davis
Superintendent: Lance West
HS Principal: Scott Kiker
HS Asst. Principal: Kurt Boomer
MS Principal: Dale Harp
HS Cheer Coach: Mitzy Vogel
HS Cheer Asst. Coach: Stacy Jackson
MS Cheer Coach: Jeannie Smalygo
Oologah came into the week 2 game rated #2 in 4A and looked outstanding against Collinsville which had entered the game ranked #1 in 5A (based on last year's finish). Collinsville mistakes were exploited by Oologah early and often. Talk of rankings should go away now as the Cardinals work to improve and prepare for district play (after Catoosa & a bye week) ... hopefully with results similar to last year. -- Ted Wright
Seth Boomer (#12) completed a 4 yard TD pass to Levi Draper (#10 below) for the Cardinal's first score of the game to tie the score at 7-7 with 3:03 left in the first quarter.
Collinsville entered halftime with renewed hope when Seth Boomer and Hayden West (#33) connected on a 58 yard screen pass play that resulted in the Cards 2nd touchdown with about 41 seconds left in the 2nd quarter. Seth Weiser kicked both of the Collinsville extra points and the half time score was 14-22.
Logan Sieminskie (#20) with a downfield block by Carson Cole (#60) had a nice 1st quarter gain.
Collinsville recovered an Oologah fumble at the Mustang 44 yard line with 5:05 left in the first quarter ... setting up Collinsville's first scoring drive (ending with Draper's TD catch at 3:03 1Q).
Oologah scored on this 62 yard TD pass at 9:41 in the 2nd quarter to retake the lead at 7-14. Their first score was on a 35 yard pass at 9:58 in the 1st quarter. Later Collinsville gave up a safety (snap over the punter's head) with 2:24 left in the half. Oologah scored on a short QB keeper at the 1:19 mark of the 2nd quarter to take a 7-22 lead.
2nd quarter action (L-R): Bradley Smith (#73), Logan Sieminskie (#20), Carson Cole (#60 the center), Seth Boomer (#12), and Eli Emmitt (#54).
Walker Roberts (#23) with a 2nd quarter punt
Bradley Smith (#73), and Nate Schaffner (#58) provide protection on this Seth Boomer (#12) second quarter pass play.
The Collinsville Crimson Cadet Band performed at halftime.
Carson Stout (#2) had a fumble recovery at the 11 yard line with 3:02 left in the game.
The Cardinal 2nd half was a sloppy affair which I'll not attempt to detail here. -- Ted
Previous Coverage
Collinsville Football Dominated by Oologah 14-43. Coach Jones: "We've got a lot to fix" ... trailed 14-22 at half. -- more later -- Ted 10:20pm Thurs. Sept. 1, 2016

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If you were a Collinsville Times Star newspaper subscriber last year ... you would have read these then 50 year ago items
... like Oologah's first home game was on Collinsville's Sallee Field ... and Pat Herald was Jenks' QB against Collinsville ... -- Ted 9/1/2016
Collinsville Football tweeted: that today's 2016 Oologah-Collinsville football game was the 43rd straight .. with the series starting in 1974.

Oologah Gate/Parking information (for Thursday September 1st) CHS Football --
Due to construction on our main cafeteria the visitor’s gate will now be located on the north side of the stadium just south of the tennis courts. Parking for visitors will be in the North parking lot of the high school, the Vo Ag parking lot and in parking spaces in front of the high school. Visitors may enter from the home side but will have to walk around to the visitor’s side. Team buses and vans will still park behind the east side of the stadium as normal. Handicap patrons will also be allowed to park behind the east side of the stadium. They must have a handicap tag to be admitted. Please pass along to your fans and staff.