Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 20, 2010
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Two JrHi Football Reports /
Lego Robotics /
More Streetscape Improvements /
Night On Broadway (Fall Fest)

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Jr. Hi Update -- By Coach Redding
October 20, 2010

The song “Boys of Fall” by Kenny Chesney, many would say is a great song. But the song does not even come close to describe the thrill and excitement the Cardinal 7th, 8th, and 9th grade teams displayed Thursday night at Sallee Field , as the Catoosa Indians battled the Cardinals.
The three Collinsville teams appeared to be over matched early in each contest. The Cardinals reached deep down inside of themselves to show what
“Code Red” is all about. If you were to ask former head coach and now assistant superintendent Lance West, to define “Code Red” he would tell you, with a lump in his throat and a tear in his eye, it is about developing “Character”.
It took just that, “Character” Thursday night as the Cardinals swept the Indians in thrilling fashion.
The 7th grade (6-1) took advantage of each turnover during the game and won 34-16.
The 8th grade (6-1) kicked a 21 yard field goal to win in OT 11-8.
The 9th grade (6-1) overcame many mistakes early in the contest, to win 28-18.
No injuries were reported.
It’s great to be a CARDINAL!!!

The final game of the 2010 season is Monday, October 25, at Oologah. There will be a full schedule of games beginning at 5:00. Hope to see you there.

Coach’m up
Tom Redding / 371-4929, 607-8423

CARDINAL FOOTBALL -- Coach Redding's Jr Hi Update --October 19, 2010

Monday night the 18th grade “Blue” traveled to Skiatook for another Highway 20 grudge match. Both teams slugged it out, resulting in many turnovers. The Cardinal offense displayed speed on the corner, scoring twice on the sweep. The defense of the Cardinals was too much for the Bulldogs. The fierce hits and jarring tackles of the Cardinals caused the Bulldog running backs to fumble away the game. The score, 13-6, Cardinals Win! No injuries were reported.
Next action for the Cardinals is Tuesday, October, 19th at Sallee Field, hosting the Catoosa Indians, at 5:00.

4th-5th-6th Grade Robotics

Red Bird Robotics Preview: Monday Nov. 1, 2010 (4-4:30pm) at Herald Elementary Commons. Watch our skit and watch our robot run the course.

Collisnville Indian Education sponsers the program that includes 4th, 5th and 6th graders. We meet once a week at Herald Elementary. The children are: 4th graders: Carter Lowe, Vince Gregory, Matt Crabaugh,
5th graders are: Ethan Thomas, Cade Ogden, Matthew Downing
6th graders are: James Stellfox, William Reynolds, Ross Rigdon and Justin Prather.
Our National Honor Society Assistant is sophomore, Paige Prather.
Coaches are: Julie Reynolds, Nancy Thomas and LeAnn Crabaugh.

The Lego Robotics season begins in September. There is a qualifier in Tulsa in November and a final contest in Stillwater in December. If we qualify in Tulsa we are invited to compete in Stillwater. If we are one of the few chosen in Stillwater we go on to compete in Atlanta, Georgia. The theme of the science project is Body Forward. Our team must come up with and present material on a topic of Biomedical Research. To be eligible for any award we must present our findings to the public.

Hope you can make it; there will be cookies

Julie Reynolds
Collinsville Indian Education Tutor
(918) 371 5449
(Oct. 18, 2010)

Streetscape Construction Soon
The Phase II streetscape construction must be near as signs and cones were placed this week and utilities marked. Two blocks of Main Street (13th to 12th and 10th to 9th) will receive similar sidewalk, roadway and lighting improvements as the already completed Phase I (12th to 10th).
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