Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 17, 2011
1st Grade Football -vs- Skiatook
Youngest Cardinals and Skiatook In Scoreless Tie
Team Photo From Meet The Cards

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1st Grade Football
1 Brayden Crossland
2 Hayden Reynolds
3 Tyler Overholt
6 Collin Baumgarte
7 Seth Kickapoo
9 D.J. Whittley
15 Ryder Smith
19 Tyler Davis
50 Quaid Jones
52 Brayden Bales
63 Canyon Curtis
90 Jacob Martin
Coaches: Collin Kickapoo, Brett Martin, Marcus Whittley
2011 1st Grade Cheer Coaches: Stephanie Delk, Jamie Miller
Katie Baker Carsyn Haddock Erika Lassiter Michaela Peacock Zoe Shackelford
Geralynn Barnett Keeleigh Hall Kaylie Lundy HaileyPeters Prestley Weathers
Kadence Burress Addison Harlin MaKayla Meadows Rowdy Ragsdale Mackenzie Weygand
Avi DeLap Brittany Kirk Mackenzie Olson Stephanie Sanchez  
With goal line stands and potential TDs called back by penalties the 1st Grade Collinsville Cardinals and Skiatook Bulldogs ended with a 0-0 score Saturday here Sept. 17th.
Quaid Jones (#50)
Seth Kickapoo (#7) covered 93 yards on this 1st half keeper to the endzone but the play was called back on a penalty.
Collinsville stopped Skiatook at the 2 yard line twice Saturday.
Colin Baumgarte (#6) was off on a big run in the 2nd half but was stopped near mid-field.