Collinsville, Oklahoma
April 16, 2014
Miscellaneous News
Megan Rice's Club Volleyball Team /
CHS Volleyball Boosters Forming /
CHS Golf Updates

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Club Volleyball To Nationals
Megan Rice, Collinsville High school Freshman, is a member of a Volleyball club team that got a bid to Nationals at the Mizuno Lone Star Classic this past weekend. They were ranked 24th out of 48 going into the tourn. They ended up 2nd which gave them a bid to Nationals. Megan plays school ball in Collinsville. She is the middle one in the back row. -- Tracy Reeder Smith 4/15/2014

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First Meeting Tonight
A Volleyball Booster Club is being formed. First meeting is April 16, 7:00 @ Middle Schools commons area. Contact Traci Smith 704-4785 for more information. -- Dana Roberts (4/15/2014)
CHS Golf Reports
Here are the results of the (Tuesday) Owasso Golf Tournament (Boys):

Zane McElroy 86-85= 171
Jake Henry 93-88= 181
Lane Reed 113-111=224
Seth Boomer 115-117=232
Hayden McNeal 122-114=236

Team Total 407-398= 805

The course was set up tough and we played from the back tees. We had a hard time adjusting to the tough conditions. I was real proud of the players because all but one improved on the second round.

This was a real test to get us ready for the 36 hole regionals in three weeks.

-- Thanks, Coach Bob Pratt (4/15/2014)

The girls golf team faced brutal weather conditions in Bristow yesterday (Monday)including 40 degree temperatures, 20 mile per hour winds, and even some sleet. Thankfully the tournament was shortened to 9 holes instead of 18. Micaela Norris placed 6th with a 55. The other girls' scores are as follows:
Gail Young 66
Caroline Blevins 63
Sophie Sallee 69

-- Toni Slagle
Head Girls Golf Coach