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Copyright 2006 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Collinsville, Oklahoma
Oct. 19, 2006 (Page 1 of 3)
CHS Football -vs- Jay (at Jay)
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Cardinals Won Despite Turnovers
Oct. 19, 2006
Kevin Phillips (#11 above) has just taken the handoff from Lane Coulter (#7) near the Cardinal 30 yard line and looks for the small gap that would allow him to cover the 70 yards ahead to the end zone (below) and the game's first points at 3:21 in the first quarter. Collinsville's extra point kick attempt was blocked leaving the score 6-0.
Justin Hedlund (#52) tackled this Jay ball carrier for a loss back to the Jay 10 yard line (from the 18) on their first possession after Collinsville's first quarter score.
David Chester (#82) picked up a first down down (on 4th & 3) to the Jay 29 on the first play of the 2nd quarter. An interception two plays later killed this Card drive which started at Collinsville's 47.
Justin Hedlund (#52) and David Chester (#82) combined to deflect this Jay pass setting up a 4th down at Jay's 26 in the 2nd quarter.
Thomas Isam (#88) and Chance Riley (#80) combined to rush and deflect this Jay pass and set up a 4th down in the 2nd quarter.
Even with the Collinsville Band in St. Louis (for BOA) ...
I estimate there were as many fans in the visitors stands from Collinsville (despite the long drive) as there were in the Jay home stands. It was also interesting to hear the cheer leaders (& fans) singing Oski Wow-Wow without the band covering their voices.
Kyle Lee Smith #2) took on this Jay ball carrier with plenty of other Cardinals in pursuit to help. This was one of the runs on Jay's only scoring drive after recovering a Cardinal fumble at the Collinsville 36 at 7:37 in the 2nd quarter.