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Copyright 2004 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Football Cardinals Finish Season
Cards Battle Glenpool Even For 3 Quarters
5, 2004 (at Glenpool) -- Page 2
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Cardinals (& Carson the Cardinal) raise their helmets for the opening kickoff
against Glenpool Friday Nov. 5th.
the opening kickoff out near midfield before the Cardinals surrounded
ball carrier (above). In the photo below, the last two Card defenders
tumble as Glenpool finished the drive with a 40 yard run (by #20). Glenpool
had reached near the Cards 19 yard line earlier before penalties forced
them backwards to the 40.
started their first possession at their own 35 (after a Cody Brown kickoff return)
and moved down the field on rushes by Lance Kite (#30 above near the 15 yard
line), Lenard Creek and Nick Rabbit. The drive was aided by Collinsville's line
and 2 late hit personal fouls. Kite carried the final 3 yards (see page 1 photo).
Creek (#21) picked on a nice gain on this play (increased by a face mask penalty)
in Collinsville opening drive of the second half. The Cards started at their
own 35 again, then drove as deep as Glenpool's 26 yard line before an errant
pitch (or fumble?... I couldn't see) was recovered all the way back at the Card's
38 by Glenpool. Glenpool scored on that possession to tie the score at 14 all
at 4:37 in the 3rd quarter.
Rabbit (#22) kept his grip on the ball on this gain as he carried 3 straight
times in the opening drive of the second half moving the ball from the Card's
49 to Glenpool's 38.
Scott (#31) makes the defensive stop on this 3rd quarter punt return by Glenpool
that was erased by a roughing the punter penalty.
Justin Scott reverse for short yardage was erased by penalty late in the 3rd
quarter. Collinsville's drive stalled at midfield and they punted to start the
QB barely escaped a sack on this play early in the 4th quarter and threw what
turned into a 55 yard touchdown pass that broke the 14-14 tie. Glenpool also
settled for a field goal at 5:27 of the 4th quarter after reaching the Card's
5 yard line but were driven backwards by a sack (by Nick Rabbit and J.R. Groenveld)
and a tackle for a loss by Joel Howard.