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CHS Football
Oct. 14 , 2005 (Page 2 of 2)
Collinsville At Cleveland
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Cardinals Drop The Ball
& The Game
Lose To Cleveland 0-41
This Collinsville pass was intercepted by one of the two Cleveland defenders above with Card's receiver Kevin Phillips coming up empty handed in the end zone in 4th quarter.

Nick Rabbit did not play in the Cleveland game but reported that his foot problem from the Oologah game was a ligament problem (not a broken bone) and he might be back for Skiatook or Webster.

2005 CHS Football
Sept 2 at Mannford
Sept 9 Catoosa (here)
Sept 16 at Berryhill
Sept 23 at Miami
Sept 30 Wagoner (here)
Oct 7 Oologah (here)
Oct 14 at Cleveland
Oct 20 Skiatook (here)
Oct 28 at Webster
Nov 4 Glenpool (here)
Note: The Skiatook game is Thursday during the school's fall break.
Halftime at Cleveland was the Collinsville Crimson Cadet Band's final warmup before loading the buses and heading straight from the game to their state competition (OBA) at Moore Saturday.
Michael Pitts (#23) and another Cardinal defender wrap up this Cleveland ball carrier late in the 4th quarter.
David Chester stripped the ball from the Cleveland player (above) and took it to the end zone (right) but the play was called dead back at the line in the 4th quarter.