|Walker Roberts (#23) hurdled a would-be Oologah tackler at mid-field and took this pass play down to the Mustang 20 yard line in the first quarter Friday at Sallee Field. Collinsville lost a fumble 2 plays later to kill the threat with 3:49 left in the scoreless opening quarter.|
|A bit of CCC Band Uniform History - the four latest versions modeled by current band members -- L-R: In use from at least 1991 and retired in 1999, 1999-2006, 2006-2016, and Nov. 2016 to present. -- Previous Coverage|
|CHS Senior Devyn Lyon (with Cardinal Connection) and Norman Van Sickle (with Vanco and the Times Star Newspaper) along with Channel 6 TV news and others covered the rivalry game here Friday.|
|KOTV's John Holcomb (along with Harold Kuntz) wiere on the sideline at Sallee Field with the Collinsville-Ooologah game selected a their "Game of the Week". -- Tweet|
Fins Up -- for the sharks and other students in "The Trap" with the beach theme well observed.
Tate Robards (#8) taking a snap from Karson Cole (#60) late in the first quarter.
Braden Burd (#22) stopped this 2nd quarter Oologah play (with help on the way). Oologah did kick a field goal a few plays later to take a 3 point lead at 10:11 in the 2nd quarter.
|Tate Robards (#8) completed this pass to Talon Counter (#7 below) in a Cards 2nd quarter drive that turned the ball over on downs at Oologah's 30.|
|A facemask penalty tacked 15 yards on to this Cardinal pass play to Cale Hutchens (#9) and Collinsville reached their own 46 yard line in their only scoring drive.|
Braden Burd (#22) reached Oologah's 34 yard line for a first down in the scoring drive.
|Jake Tuttle (#21) covered the final 6 yards for the Collinsville touchdown with 42 seconds left before the half. Tate Robards had escaped a few sack attempts on the play before to advance the ball from the 10 to the 6.|
Ashton Jones (#20) kicked the extra point to put the Collinsville lead at 7-3.
|After Oologah ran the Collinsville kickoff back to Collinsville's 41 yard line, three successful Oologah passes got them to the Cards 6 yard line with 6 seconds left. Tres Sexton (#59) pressured on this completion (above) but stopped the final play of the first half (below) to end Collinsville to the locker room still up 7-3.|
|The Cardinal Cheerleaders contine to refine their routine which they will preform in 5A Regionals September 16th at Union.|
|The Collinsville Crimson Cadet Band will peform their "Wild" (West) marching program weekly at half-time with their first contest September 23 at Owasso.|
|Big Swing -- early in the 3rd quarter Collinsville's players, coaches, and fans thought Collinsville was set up deep in Oologah territory after a Cardinal punt touched a Mustand and Collinsville recovered. Instead Oologah kept the ball and scored on the very next play (a 72 yard run) to take the lead for good (10:52 3Q). I was as close as any official and guarantee the punt touched both a Collinsville and Oologah player but can't swear in which order in a split-second ricochet? -- Ted|
Malcom Tillman (#24) with a 3rd quarter gain at mid-field.
|Coach Kevin Jones told his player that it has been his experience (both as a player and a coach) that you learn more from a loss than a win ... and that they had plenty to learn from this loss to a tough opponent. Collinsville travels to Catoosa next Friday.|
|2017 CHS Varsity Football|