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Copyright 2006 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
Collinsville, Oklahoma
Sept. 15, 2006 (Page 2 of 3)
CHS Football -vs- Skiatook
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Collinsville Has Three Wins In Three Tries ... Hosts Miami Next
"Weight Lifter" Katie Sullivan is still trying to get that bar over her head in the CCC Band's Carnival show.
Kelci Lewis leaping and tumbling in the gymnastic act of the Carnival.
Cardinal quarterback Tyler Chronister scored the third CHS TD (his 2nd) on this keeper from 27 yards out at 7:29 in the 3rd quarter. This capped a 60 yard drive with Aaron Watts and Kyle Rush also contributing yardage to put the Cards up 21-7.
The "Fortune Teller" (Lydia Plett) made her debut in the Band's Carnival Friday.
Skiatook's QB lost the handle on this snap and the Cardinal's Kyle Rush recovered at Skiatook's 31 yard line. A pass over the middle to Kevin Phillips put the Cards at the 21 followed by another Tyler Chronister keeper TD (this one featuring a 360 degree spin move at about the 15 yard line) at 5:20 in the 3rd quarter. Another good PAT kick put Collinsville up 28-7.
Jarred Billups (#4) fielded this short Skiatook kickoff near the 30 and set the Cards up at the 49 after Skiatook closed to 28-14 at 3:03 in the 3rd quarter.
Two Collinsville defenders pounce on yet another Skiatook fumble. This one was at their own 11 yard line less than a minute before the end of the 3rd quarter. Chance Riley was injured on the Cards next play. Collinsville missed a field goal attempt to end that sequence early in the 4th quarter.
Aaron Watts (#35) scored a short Cardinal touchdown at 9:29 in the 4th quarter for a 35-14 score. The drive started with a Justin Hedlund fumble recovery in Card territory. A long pass to Kevin Phillips and a penalty got the Cards to Skiatook's 6 yard line.