Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 27, 2017
CHS Football -vs- Claremore
2017 Varsity Football Cardinals Won 24-14 To Keep Playoff Hopes Alive
The Collinsville Crimson Cadet band relaxed a bit with Halloween costumes Friday at Claremore after a busy and successful previous few weeks including being OBA runners-up, regional champs at BOA in St. Louis and all I's at OSSAA.
Behind a wall formed by the offensive line the backs kept Claremore guessing who had the ball.
The defenses kept the game scoreless for about a quarter and a half before Claremore struck with a 46 yard TD pass at 6:52 in the 2nd quarter. Brayden Burd (#22) brought the ensuing kickoff out to the Cards 41 to set up a matching Cardinal scoring drive.
Hayden West (#33) took a pass from Carson Stout and covered 30 yards for the initial Cardinal points with 3:33 left before half time. Ashton Jones kicked the extra point to tie the score at 7 each.
Collinsville had a couple of changes to add a score just before half time but two pass attempts from the 30 yard line to Grayson Boomer (#18) did not connect as time expired.
Collinsville kicked off to Claremore to start the 3rd quarter and that first possession ended with Claremore's punter unable to get the handle on a low snap and Collinsville got a gift, taking over at Claremore's 29.
From the 29, Collinsville got to the 2 yard line but settled for a Seth Weiser (#6) field goal at 5:10 in the 3rd quarter and a 10-7 lead.
Collinsville's lead didn't last long as Claremore provided just enough protection to complete a 76 yard touchdown pass just 3 plays later and go up 10-14 at 4:18 in the 3rd quarter.
Collinsville answered with a West kickoff return to the 47 followed by Tuttle and Stout carries down within inches of the goal before Carson Stout (#2) kept to the right for a touchdown to put Collinsville back on top at 16-14. Jones' kick made it 17-16 with no time left in the 3rd quarter.
Collinsville scored again at 9:21 in the 4th quarter on a 33 yard scamper by QB Carson Stout (#2). The score was 24-14 after Jones' PAT kick.
The Cardinal offense and defense finished out the game with enough first downs and stops (and a missed Claremore field goal) to hold on for their fourth straight district win. District champ Skiatook is the remaining challenge on the regular season schedule (also Senior Nite Nov.3rd).
Tres Sexton (#59) stopped the final Claremore pass attempt batting this final 4th down attempt striaght up to help seal the Cardinal road win.

Previous Coverage

2017 Owasso Reporter By Christian Favalora

High schools: Collinsville rejoins 5A rankings (#10) -- By Barry Lewis Tulsa World

Cardinal Footbal Tweet -- Oct. 27, 2017


For schools located less than 20 miles apart, tonight is only the 13th ever meeting between Cville & Claremore. Series tied 6-6

Cardinal Football Tweet @collinsville_fb Oct 28, 2016

In the 12th ever meeting & only 3rd since 1967, the Cardinals are looking for their first win over the Zebras since 1965

I could find no "recent" varsity football games between Claremore and Collinsville. I did find that the two teams played in 1964 and 1965 but didn't have time to do any significant research, so they might have played in other years? ... I just don't know. But fairly certain they haven't played for decades. There have been many JV, JrHi, and Elementary football games between the Cardinals and Zebras. -- Ted Wright 9/22/2012
10/17/2012 Update: Collinsville played Claremore (here) in Sept. 1967 also.

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2017 CHS Varsity Football
# Name Class Position
1 Colton Allphen So WR/DB
2 Carson Stout SR QB/DB
3 Taylor Olinghouse So WR/DB
4 Caden Buoy Fr QB/DB
6 Seth Weiser JR RB/DB/K
7 Talon Coulter JR WR/DB
8 Tate Robards JR QB/OLB
9 Cale Hutchens JR WR/DB
11 Vince Gregory JR WR/DB
12 Cole Dugger So QB/DB
13 Jake Bays Fr Rec/DB
14 Trey Eberle JR RB/OLB
16 Eli Benham Fr RB/DB
18 Grayson Boomer JR TE/DE
20 Ashton Jones So K
21 Jake Tuttle JR RB/OLB
22 Brayden Burd So RB/ILB
23 Walker Roberts JR WR/DB
24 Malcom Tillman JR RB/DB
25 Carter Lowe JR RB/OLB
26 Clay Montes Fr Rec/DB
28 Caleb Mitchell So WR/DB
30 Luke Stien Fr Rec/DB
31 Baylor Weathors Fr QB/OLB
32 Nate Wilkins Fr Rec/LB
33 Hayden West SR WR/DB
34 Noah McCarson Fr RB/DB
35 Baylor Haynie JR WR/DB
36 Payton Russell SO RB/OLB
37 Caleb Cunningham Fr RB/DB
42 Kenlee Hall JR H/ILB
43 Trent Brown JR FB/ILB
44 Trevin Hodges So TE/ILB
48 Colby Shafer So WR/OLB
50 Tanner Erickson JR OL/NG
51 Gabe Lyon Fr OL/DL
52 Hayden Knight JR OL/OLB
53 Nic Goldsmith JR TE/DE
54 Gage Wright JR OL/NG
55 Adam Carney JR OL/DE
57 Nathan Thompson Fr OL/DL
58 Colbie Davis So OL/DE
59 Tres Sexton JR OL/DE
60 Karson Cole JR OL/DE
61 Nate Sinni SR OL/DL
62 Zach Morris Fr OL/DL
63 Cody Coughran JR OL/DE
64 Zach Robbins So OL/DE
65 Spencer Oslin SR OL/DE
66 Tanner Jones So OL/NG
67 Blake Battles Fr OL/DL
68 Cameron Camp SR OL/NG
71 Zach Kitch So OL/NG
74 Caden Weathers SR OL/DE
75 Kobe Saunders So OL/DE
77 Isaac House So OL/NG
82 Colin Dooling SR WR/ILB
84 Gage Tacker SO TE/OLB

Delaney Cottingim
Molly Sills
Dylan Dobbs
Gabe Stevens
Colten Erickson
Daniel Malon
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
Bobby Sparks DEs
Tom Redding JrHi Head Coach
Jarrod Shearer JrHi Defensive Line
Tanner Robb JrHi LBs
Film Crew: Tanner Robb
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: Alicia Herald
HS Cheer Asst. Coach: Jessica Jeter
HS Cheer Asst. Coach: Nikki Vandiver
MS Cheer Coach: Jeannie Smalygo