This page sponsored
in part by:
Voice at the State Capitol"
Representative Mike Wilt wishes all the Collinsville Cardinals, Crimson
Cadets and fans a safe successful season.
(email questions/comments to email@example.com).
Ted Wright -- last update 10/16/2004 (FootballCleveOct15a.html)
Copyright 2004 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Football -vs- Cleveland
Cards Miss Opportunity
|This web site is brought to you by
Museum In Collinsville and the other advertisers appearing on these
pages. If you would like to provide content or advertisements ...
call Ted Wright (918) 371-1901 or send email to
Spoils Homecoming 10-13
Tyler Chronister stretches to pick up a first down on the Cards first possession
of the second half. Tyler reached Cleveland's 31 yard line on a 4th & 2
play. The Card drive stalled at the 25 yard line and a field goal attempt was
short at 5:36 of the 3rd quarter. The majority of Collinsville's offensive yards
for the evening came on carries by #30 Lance Kite and #22 Nick Rabbit.
scored the only second half points on this 3-yard TD run with 8:26 left in the
4th quarter. The Cleveland drive from their 44 yard line was aided by two Collinsville
personal fouls. This gave Cleveland the lead at 10-13 following the extra point
kick. Cleveland's first half points came 3:34 minutes before half on a short
Cleveland took the lead the teams traded punts until the Cards last drive
with Cody Brown catching a pass at the 45 yard line with 43 seconds left
in the game. The next two Card passes were incomplete before Cleveland's
#7 intercepted with only 30 seconds left.
of the many cheerleaders in the halftime dance line.
Lance Kite picking up some of his first half yardage against Cleveland.
to my unofficial notes, the interception on the Cards last play was the game's
only turnover. -- Ted 4am Sat