Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 6, 2019
CHS Football At Oologah
Cardinals Fall Short To Mustangs 12-13 In Season Opener
Collinsville kicked off to start the game, then stopped Oologah after they had moved into Collinsville territory and punted down to Collinsville's 6 yard line to start the Cards first possession. Collinsville gained out to the 10 (above) before delay and motion penalties backed them up.
QB Baylor Weathers (#16) nearly got Collinsville out of the initial bad field position but this pass for Andrew Wilson was knocked loose.
Jake Bays punted from the endzone out to the 30 setting Oologah up with a short field for the first Mustang field goal with 2:43 left in the first quarter.
The cheerleaders are working hard on their routine for the Sept. 21st 5A Cheer Regionals at Bixby. Caden Buoy (#4) had to stretch to pull in this Oologah kickoff and advanced to the 35 yard line trailing 0-3..
Payton Russell (#36) tipped this Oologah pass attempt late in the first quarter.
Caleb Mitchell (#28) with a carry in Collinsville's third possession early in the second quarter that reached Oologah's 39 yard line. The Cards eventually punted into the Mustang endzone.
Oologah drove 80 yards for their only touchdown but the Cardinal defense made the final yard difficult with stops at the 1 yard line, ~2 foot and 1 foot marks, before the Mustangs finally reached the end zone with 2:07 left in the 2nd quarter. Oologah kicked their extra point for a 0-10 score.
Oologah's ten-point lead didn't last long as Brayden Burd (#22) fielded the ensuring kickoff (above) and followed his blocker and weaved his way to the Cardinal's end zone about 90 yards later with 1:51 left before halftime (below).
Collinsville's first extra point kick attempt was wide and the score remained 6-10 into halftime.
Jacy Rule (Collinsville cheerleading and volleyball senior) received a "Certificate of Excellence" from the Oklahoma National Guard as Collinsville's Student of the Month. Collinsville's Teacher of the Year, Christina Vogel, also received recognition at a half-time ceremony (along with Oologah's student and teacher).
Collinsville's Crimson Cadet Band presented a portion of their 2019 marching program at the half. The band's first marching contest is September 28 at Owasso.
Brayden Gilkey (#23) took the kickoff to open the 2nd half to the Card's 31 yard line.
Eli Benham (#2) was on defense on this 3rd quarter Oologah pass, but the receiver had to prevent Eli from intercepting. Oologah kicked their 2nd field goal a few plays later with 9:03 left in the 3rd quarter for a 6-13 score.
Caden Buoy (#4) was in at quarterback for a few plays (after returning Oologah's kickoff to the 33 yard line). On his first play from scrimmage he tracked down a fumbled snap and scrambled for 4 yards out to the 37 but got flipped upside down on the tackle.
Baylor Weathers was back in at quarterback and connected on this screen pass to Brayden Burd (#22) which reached Oologah's 45 yard line. The drive reached the 14 before backing up due to a chop block.
Collinsville came close to scoring on this Weathers to Taylor Olinghouse (#20) pass, but it was tipped up and interceptd by Oologah near the 5 yard line with 2:38 left in the 3rd quarter.
Baylor Weathers (#16) kept out to the 25 yard line early in Collinsville's final 4th quarter scoring drive.
The offensive line.
This Baylor Weather's pass to Andrew Wilson (#8 below) reached mid-field in the final scoring drive.
Brayden Gilkey (#23) got Collinsville down to the 5 yard line (from the 39) on this 4th quarter run.
Brayden Burd (#22) covered the final 2 and a half yards to score with 3:51 left in the game. Another missed extra point left Collinsville a point short (12-13) instead of tying the score.

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