Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 19, 2017
7th Grade Football -vs- Glenpool
Cardinal 7th Graders Won 14-6 In Overtime Here Tuesday
The 7th grade game here against Glenpool Tuesday was scoreless until Seth Kickapoo (#7) crossed the goal line from 6 yard out and only 4:42 left in the 4th quarter. The extra point kick was blocked and Collinsville led 6-0.
Collinsville had the Glenpool receiver covered well but not before he was able to lateral the ball to another player who raced to the endzone from about 65 yard out and just 30 seconds before the game was to end. Glenpool's PAT run was short and the 6-6 score sent the game to overtime.
QB Seth Kickapoo (#7) launched a TD pass in overtime to Jacob Munoz (below) and then kicked the extra point to give Collinsville's 7th graders a 14-6 lead with Glenpool yet to have a turn in overtime.
Jacob Munoz (#86) hauled in what proved to be the winning score in overtime.

The Collinsville defenders moved Glenpool backwards in their portion of overtime and stopped a 4th and 22 play for the win.
CARDINAL FOOTBALL -- Jr. High Update (Glenpool) 9-20-17

The Collinsville Cardinals hosted the Glenpool Warriors Tuesday night in a Metro Lakes Conference contest at Sallee Field. The Glenpool Warriors are the newest member to the Metro Lakes 5A Conference. The community of Glenpool is one of the fastest growing communities in northeastern Oklahoma.
Talk about exciting finishes, the 7th grade game was full of fun and excitement. The Warriors score with seconds left on the clock on a rugby style play, to tie the score 6-6. Going into overtime, the Cardinals score and make the P.A.T. going up 14-6. With 4 downs to score the Warriors cannot punch it in and the Cardinals win 14-6. No injuries were reported. The Cardinals improve their record to 3-1.
The 8th grade Cardinals continue to improve each week. This bunch of players are fun to coach. The Cardinals dominated every phase of the game and played smash mouth football all night long. Cardinals win 23-8. No injuries were reported. The Cardinals improve their record to 4-0.
In the 9th grade contest the “Boys of Fall” played with tenacity all night long. The Cardinals were just too much for the Warriors and win a big one 35-18. No injuries were reported. The Cardinals improve their record to 4-0.
A big thank you to the Chain Crews for their volunteer work with each game. Also after each game last night the RED ZONE fed the players hot dogs and chips. Thanks for the treat.
The cheerleaders gave an outstanding performance at each halftime last night. Also rumor has it that on October 5th the Collinsville Jr. Cadets will perform.
Our next action will be Tuesday September 26th at Pryor. Games begin at 5pm.Hope to see the Cardinal Family in full support of our teams.
Coach’m up
Tom Redding

Previous Coverage

Tuesday JrHi Foorball: 3 wins over Glenpool (7th 14-6 in OT), (8th 23-8) & (9th 35-18) photos later -- 9/19/2017

Cardinal Football -- Jr. High Update (Tahlequah) -- 9-15-17

The Collinsville Cardinals 7th, 8th, and 9th grade football teams traveled to Tahlequah Thursday night for a Metro Lakes Conference showdown. The Tigers certainly passed the eye test before each contest with their large lineman and big backs. With all the favorable odds for the Tigers, the Collinsville Cardinals flew in on a mission to give the “Eye of the Tiger” a black eye.

7th grade Cardinals win big 21-6. No injuries were reported.
8th grade Cardinals dominate 36-6. No injuries were reported.
9th grade Cardinals soar 23-0. No injuries were reported.

We would want to thank our Quarterback Club for the meal they provided each player. It sure made the trip a lot more comfortable. Speaking of comfort, our players traveled to Tahlequah on air conditioned buses. What a treat! Thanks to our great transportation department.

Our next game will be on Tuesday of next week. We will play the newest addition of the Metro Lakes Conference, the Glenpool Warriors. We play at Sallee Field and games begin at 5:00. Please come out and show your support and display positive sportsmanship.

Well, No Pass No Play, has kicked in to effect. The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association introduced the ruling back in the late 80’s. The rule reads:
A student must be passing in all subjects he/she is enrolled in during a semester. If a student is not passing all subjects enrolled in on the day of the grade check, he/she will be placed on probation for the next one-week period. If a student is still failing one or more classes during the next week on the grade check day, he/she will be ineligible to participate during the next one-week period. The ineligibility periods will begin on Monday and end on Sunday.

Coach’m up
Tom Redding

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