Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 14, 2018
CHS Football At Ponca City
Cardinals Are 3 & 0 On Young Season With 28-0 Road Win
The Collinsville Crimson Cadet Band marched pre-game at Ponca City Friday (which is great for having sunlight photos instead of stadium lights) but I will put the other band photos on this page in the traditional position to seperate the first half and second half photos. -- Ted
You can always count on these Cardinals fans (and a bunch of others) being at the game no matter where it is.
The Collinsville defense held Ponca City to a 3 and out on the opening series setting up this punt to Waker Roberts (#23) near mid-field.
Brayden Burd (#22) rushed 42 yards to put Collinsville on the scoreboard at 9:11 in the 1st quarter. Ashton Jones kicked the extra point for a 7-0 score.
The coaches (Jones & Benham) are not happy that Ponca City broke through the kickoff coverage and started their 2nd series near mid-field.
This pass moved Ponca City into Collinsville territory.
Ponca City was moving the ball deeper into Collinsville territory on their second series reaching the Cardinal 26.
Adam Carney (#55) put an end to Ponca City's early momentum recovering this fumble at the 29 yard line at 6:32 in the 1st quarter
Grayson Boomer (#18) gained 11 yards out to the 40 with this catch after the Carney fumble recovery.
The success of the Cardinal offense starts right here ... the big guys up front: Grayson Boomer (#18), Isaac House (#77), Nic Goldsmith (#53), Cody Coughran (#63), Zac Robbins (#64) and Carson Cole (#60).
Grayson Boomer (#18) with the block as Jake Tuttle (#21) decides which way to run.
Cole Dugger (#12) scramble to Ponca City 35 yard line.
Carson Cole (#60) with one of the blocks to keep Jake Tuttle (#21) moving deeper into Ponca City territory on the Cardinal's second series.
Jake Tuttle (#21) avoided these potential tacklers and and scored Collinsville's second touchdown from 18 yards out with 30 seconds left in the 1st quarter. Ashton Jones kicked the PAT for a 14-0 lead.
The offensive line takes a break while the defense guards the field.
Collinsville turned the ball over on downs on their 3rd series but capped their 4th series with this Brayden Burd (#22) 33 yard scamper 2:02 before half time. The score was 21-0 after Jones' kick (below).
Brayden Burd (#22) is getting ready to leap and tip this Ponca City pass.
Gage Tacker (#84) nearly intercepted the pass tipped by Burd late in the 2nd quarter.
The Collinsville cheerleaders enjoyed the Ponca City Hi-Steppers half time performance.
Brayden Burd returned Ponca City's kickoff (to open the 3rd quarter) down to the Ponca City 37 yard line. Collinsville struck quickly on the next play with Cole Dugger (#12) hitting Walker Roberts (#23 far right) on a 37 yard TD pass (next two photos).
Walker Roberts' touchdown (at 11:43 in the 3rd quarter) followed by Ashton Jones' extra point turned out to be the final score of the game at 28-0.
Gage Tacker (#84) fights for hand position and leverage on this defensive play.
Gage Tacker (#84) and Adam Carney (#55) and a few others stopped this play.
Ponca City punting to Eli Benham (#10) in the 3rd quarter.
3rd quarter pass reception by Andrew Wilson (#8).
This 3rd quarter pass reception by Talon Coulter (#7) got Collinsville down to the Ponca City 15 yard line.
Collinsville was unsuccessful on a 3rd quarter and an early 4th quarter field goal try.
Gage Tacker (#84) nearly got a sack on this 4th quarter pass rush but the QB managed to get off an incompleted pass.
I think I may have only been to Ponca City maybe 2-3 times in my 67 years and never to a football game so I was quite impressed with their obviously historic stone football stadium. I would guess it to be a WPA project from the 1930s but did not find a plaque to confirm. This is now the visitor's side with a bigger more modern structure on the home side. -- Ted Wright
Found a name (Sullins Stadium) but not a year or any detail yet -- Ted 9/17/2018
The trip to/from Ponca City was interesting with wind turbines and a jack-knifed semi.

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