Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 23, 2011 (Page 1)
CHS Football -vs- Hale
Cardinals Survive Last Minute Hale Comeback & 2-Point Conversion Try

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Sept. 23, 2011
at East Central
1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Tulsa Nathan Hale
Hale Gambled For Win Rather Than Overtime
Isaac Dyer (#23) repeated this scene several times in the first half with a handoff from Zane McElroy (#4) and good blocking from the linemen ahead of him.
Collinsville drove from their own 33 down to the Hale 20 before this Ken Lor field goal try came up short to end the first Cardinal possession.
Joe Crabb (#44) tracked down Hale's QB on this 1st quarter play but he was elusive all night.
A whole bunch of Cardinals wrapped up the Hale ball carrier on this play.
More Cardinal defense ... with Grant Patton (#48) at the center of this stop.
Carter Rasmussen (#85) scored the first point of the game on this 14 yard TD pass from Zane McElroy on 4th and 5 and 4:30 on the 2nd quarter clock. The drive started at Hale's 19 after the Cards recovered a fumble.
Ken Lor's extra point kick attempt was wide after the first Cardinal touchdown and Collinsville led 6-0.
Zane McElroy (#4) got this pass off despite the rush but was intercepted with Hale at the 25 and 3 minutes left in the first half.
Collinsville had backed Hale to the 28 before a QB scramble and pass play ended inside the Cardinal one yard line. Two plays later Hale scored on a short run and had tied the score at 6-6.
Joe Crabb (#44) blocked Nathan Hale's kick attempt after their first TD keeping the score tied at 6-6 with 1:19 left in the first half.
Shane Goossen (#21) had enough blockers to get the Hale kickoff out to the 38 yard line.