Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 27, 2012
7th Grade Football
Collinsville 7th Grade Football Team Photo
& Roster (From Meet The Cardinals)
Action Photos From Coweta Game
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2006 as 1st Graders

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Copyright 2012 -- Collinsville, Oklahoma
2012 Cardinal
7th Grade Football
2 Hayden West
5 Kyle Birch
6 Andrew Mock
7 Carson Stout
9 Mathew Blissit
10 Nate Sinni
17 Trevor Jones
20 Austin Malar
21 Rocky O'Rouke
22 K.T. McCoy
23 Josh Lemon
24 Clayton McCay
25 Logan Sieminskie
26 Jarrid Delp
35 Holt Ganzel
36 Devin Lyon
45 Sean Dooling
48 Holden Brown
50 Caden Weathers
52 Corey Crown
53 Desmond Hellard
54 Barrett Matlock
55 Michael Newley
57 Byer Fitts
60 Cayden Magee
62 Justin Sutton
64 Spencer Oslin
65 Coland Dooling
66 Noah Dawson
68 Cody Miller
70 William Gougler
72 Colton Thetford
73 Cody Neal
77 Cameron Camp
78 Elijah Hendricks
80 Nick Campbell
84 Trace Jeffries
85 Travis Hardison
86 Ty Alexander
88 Caleb Kiester
Coaches: Ben Davis, Kurt Boomer, Tom Redding
2012 Collinsville Junior High Cheerleaders
Caroline Blevins
Shelby Braley
Carrington Buoy
Kenedy Charles
Lexi Draper
Allie Dugger
Brook Eigenheer
Ashley Flanagan
Annie Haught
Rhianna Hawkins
Heaven Scott
Emily Tate
Sydney Vogel
Gail Young
CMS Cheer Coach: Kendra Salisbury
Note: The September roster below replaced the one from Meet The Cards and most of the numbers changed from the photo above. -- Ted
Noah Dawson (#66) stopped this Coweta ball carrier several yards behind the line of scrimmage.
7th Grade QB Carson Stout was getting the play calls from Coach Sean Tesar.
Halfback pass attempt by Nate Sinni (#10) late in 2nd quarter.
Hayden West (#2) up the middle in the 3rd quarter.
The Collinsville 7th graders scored their only points on this 9 yard 4th and goal pass to Trace Jeffries (#84) from Nate Sinni (#10) who had gotten a pitch back from QB Carson Stout. The TD play came at 1:47 in the 3rd quarter. The previous play was a 10 yard pass from Stout to Travis Hardison.
Hayden West (#2) with a 4th quarter sack. The final score was 6-21 in favor of Coweta.
September 28, 2012 -vs- Coweta
“Perpetual Performances” of offense, defense, and the kicking game, were in harmony for the Collinsville Cardinals Thursday night, as there was no “Eye of the Tiger” theme song, for the Coweta Tigers.

Just before dark, game night, there were dark rain filled clouds approaching from the west towards Sallee Field. As I looked towards the visitors sideline I noticed one of the most beautiful sites of nature I have ever witnessed. Rays of sunshine pierced through the overcast skys with a bean of sunlight on the Collinsville Cardinal symbol located on the city water tower located just east of Sallee Field. This act of nature seemed to represent what the night was going to be all about.

The Cardinals put together a punishing running attack and an aerobatic passing performance all night. The Cardinals swarmed the Coweta running backs in a bend but not break defensive attitude. It was a great performance as the Collinsville Cardinals dominated their Metro Lakes Conference opponent in the 8th and 9th grade games. Since joining the 5A conference three years ago, the Cardinals are 8-1 against the Tigers in Jr. High competition. Coweta is a high school 5A 4 District opponent in 2012 & 2013.

The 7th grade put together their best performance of the year, but three big plays by the Tigers were too much to overcome. Tigers win 21-6. No injuries were reported.

The scores:

8th Grade: 28-18 Cardinals win! 8th grade improve their conference record to 4-0. No injuries were reported.

9th Grade: 35-6 Cardinals win! 9th grade improve their conference record to 4-0. No injuries were reported.

The Cardinals next action is against Metro Lakes Conference opponent, Pryor. The game is here with kick-off at 5:00.

Thanks to the QB Club for the spirit packs. Each player received a nice dry fit t-shirt and a pair of shorts for practice.

Coach’m up

Tom Redding 918-607-8423(cell)