Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 30, 2009 (Page 1 of 2)
CHS Football -vs- Vinita
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Oct. 30, 2009
at Vinita
James Norris (#34) with the opening kickoff Friday evening on Vinita's soggy turf.
QB Shane Douglas (#9) with a pass attempt in the Cardinal's first possession.
Shane Douglas (#9) scored the first Collinsville touchdown on this 2 yard keeper at 1:42 in the 1st quarter. One of the key plays in the drive was a 4th and 8 pass completion to Tyler Lowe down to the 3 yard line. The scorng drive (on Collinsville's only 1st quarter possession) had started at their own 37 yard line with a Vinita incompletion on 4th and 5 ending their 1st possession.
James Norris (#34) kicked the extra point out of Tyler Ames (#1)'s hold to put the Cardinals up 7-0. Norris also made a saving tackle on the ensuing kickoff with Vinita running it back to Collinsville's 39.
Collinsville's cheerleaders were shorthanded at Vinita Friday with several members preparing for the Cross Country State meet in Edmond Saturday.
Jamaro Oakley (#31) made the stop on this Vinita ball carrier early in the 2nd quarter.
Vinita matched Collinsville's first touchdown with a 36 yard pass at 10:51 in the 2nd quarter but were unable to convert the extra point with a fumbled snap in the photo above leaving Collinsville ahead 7-6.
Both defenses dominated in the middle quarters. Steven Majike (#36) and Joe Keith (#28) made the stop on this 2nd quarter play.
Tyler Lowe (#23) taking a direct snap from the center in the 2nd quarter.
Vinita reached the Collinsville 12 yard line late in the first half but the Cardinal defense forced several incompletions (including a Merin Oakley pass knock down on this play) and kept the half time score at 7-6.
Joe Keith (#28) was defending on this Vinita incompletion in the endzone (about 25 seconds before the half) and ended up in a mud puddle on the sidelines.
The CHS band did not march at half time but many members were in Halloween "uniforms" as they entertained from the visitors' stands.
Thanks Band!

Just wanted to acknowledge the marvelous job the band did at Vinita Friday night. To hear the way they played and to have them play the entire game was such a wonderful and exciting accomplishment.

I believe they set the tone for the crowd to cheer the boys on and make that "noise" that is so desperately needed to encourage the players.

I hope that the entire band knows how VERY much they are appreciated and needed under the Friday night lights!! Cuddos to the band, the football players, the coaches, the cheerleaders and the crowd! What a great sense of pride we all should have in ourselves! Collinsville Spirit Rules!!!

Mattie Evans (10/31/2009)
Former CHS Coach & Principal
I can't tell you how much I enjoy your coverage of C'ville from football, band, cross country, to city life. You are keeping this former Cardinal in touch! Thanks! Coach Slagle

Cory A. Slagle
Katy, TX (10/31/2009)