Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 29, 2013 (Online Nov. 4th)
JrHi Football -vs- Oologah
Collinsville 7th Won: 8-6
Collinsville 8th Lost: 16-21
Collinsville 9th Won: 26-14
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Brooke Eigenheer was tossed high (out of my photo) into the threatening clouds at Tuesday's Junior High football games at Sallee Field. The games remained dry.
7th Grade Photos:
Malcom Tillman (#26) scored for the Cardinal 7th graders soon after this play (3:25 in the 2nd quarter). Collinsville's PAT kick was successful for 2 points and an 8-0 lead over Oologah.
Grayson Bomer (#82) blocks plenty of the passing lane from Oologah's 7th grade QB.
Malcom Tillman (#26) intercepted this Oologah pass just before halftime in the 7th grade game.
The CMS Cheerleaders entertained during the 7th & 8th grade games.
Oologah 7th graders scored the only 2nd half points with 1:20 left in the game but their kick attempt was flubbed and the attempt to run it in failed. The 7th grade final was 8-6.
8th Grade Photos:
I had barely finished my Frito Chili Pie (between games) and gotten back to the sidelines before Carson Stout (#11) intercepted Oologah near mid-field in the 8th grade game.
I'd attempt names here for the 8th grade offensive line awaiting the play call but have a few numbers that don't match my September vintage roster so will skip that for now unless someone would like to email names/numbers to me:
Logan Sieminskie (#7) scored on a 14 yard TD run at 1:20 in the 2nd quarter. The kick was good (by Matthew Blissit) and the score 8-7.
The 8th grade Cardinals were starting at their own 2 yard line (after a goal line stand) with 2:47 left in the 3rd quarter and trailing 8-14. Nate Sinni (#10) handed off to Hayden West (#14) for a few yards. Collinsville drove out to the 50 before they turned it over on downs to start the 4th quarter.
Hayden West (#14) with a 4th quarter run.
Matthew Blissit (#8) broke this tackle and scored on a 47 yard pass and run for the 8th Graders with 45.2 seconds in the game. His 2-point kick made the final score 16-21 (as Oologah was able to hang onto the Card's on-side kick).
9th Grade Photos:
Dylan Russell (#30) put the Collinsville 9th Graders on the board first with this 28 yard field goal on the first play of the 2nd quarter.
Brett Erickson (#11) scored on an 84 yard QB keeper with 5:23 left in the 2nd quarter. The 1-point extra point kick (9th Grade) was good and the Cards were up 10-0.
9th grade half-time speech by Coach Ben Davis.
The freshman team lineup has changed considerably from the initial games with the loss of these 3 key starters: Levi Draper (#10 now starting for the varsity), Blake Burd (#28 injured), and Seth Boomer (#12 injured).
Dylan Russell (#30) scored on this 83 yard run at 1:40 in the 3rd quarter and later scored on a 60 yard run with 2:02 left in the 9th grade game. Triston Flynn (#84) provided one of the blocks.
Brett Erickson (#11) scored the final 9th grade TD with 1:14 left in the game. The final score was 26-14
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Coach Redding's Report:
Jr. High Update


The Collinsville Jr. High Football teams hosted the Oologah Mustangs this past Tuesday night in a non conference contest. The rivalry between the two schools was ignited at the opening kick off of the 7th grade game.

The 7th grade contest displayed an abundance of offense between the red zones. Both the Cardinals and the Mustangs had a bend but do not break defensive effort. In the end it was the kicking game which proved to be the difference maker. In 7th and 8th grade football a kick after touchdown is worth two points. The Cardinal defense rose to the occasion on a last minute PAT to block the attempt and win 8-6! No injuries were reported. Cardinals improve their record to 5&2.

In the 8th grade contest the Cardinals continue to show improvement. The O-Line had great line surge at times and the backs ran with toughness and determination. The Mustangs had 2 big plays on offense and played bend but not break on defense. The kicking game of the Cardinals was outstanding through the contest. But the Mustangs get a break and win 21-16. No injuries were reported.

The 9th grade slugfest was just that, a typical hard hitting, smash mouth affair. When ever these two schools get together the fans will be entertained with some great football. The Cardinals have been without several players the past several weeks. The TEAM continues to rally and prove to the football world that we are STRONG. Cardinals win 23-0! No injuries were reported. Cardinals improve their record to 6&1.

The Cardinals next action will be this Thursday at Sallee Field. The Skiatook Bulldogs will roll down Highway 20 for the final game of the year. Game time is 5:00. Hope to see you there.

Coach’m up
Tom Redding