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Basketball Split w/Oologah
Cards Won 63-39
Collinsville Boys Lost Lead With 9 Seconds Left
to the Feb. 10th, 2007 Tulsa World: Collinsville picked up 2 wins Friday
Girls 71-41 & Boys 65-24
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|This 3-pointer with
less than 9 seconds left in the game gave the Oologah boys a win and their
first lead of the 2nd half. Oologah jumped to an 0-5 lead but Collinsville
tied at 5-5 and the 1st quarter ended at 10-10. Oologah lead 19-26 at
2:22 before half time when the Cardinals went on a 10-0 run that spanned
halftime and a 29-26 score. The 3rd quarter ended at 41-34. Collinsville
was up 53-50 with a minute left in the game, then only 54-52 after two
1&1 trips to the free throw line in that final minute.
29 Points / Phillips 27 Points
Cassie Sallee and Kelsi West tie up Oologah's Taylor Jeffs at mid-court.
Adam Harrell and Oologah's Chance Keith wrestle for a loose ball.
Donelson contributed 29 points in the Lady Cards' win over Oologah here
Phillips was hot beyond the 3-point line and scored 27 for the Cardinals
in a disappointing 54-55 conference loss to Oologah.
McElroy making an out-of-bounds save
Chronister leading the break