Collinsville, Oklahoma
November 14, 2014
CHS Football -vs- Memorial
5A Playoff Round One
Collinsville Cardinals Advance With Convincing Win Over Memorial
Will Host Lawton Mac Next Week
This Tyler Forrest (#81) 4th quarter interception (with Chandler Cole #6 just missing) helped seal the deal as Collinsville's secondary came up with 4 interceptions on the evening. The play ended up at the Card's 10 yard line with 5 minutes left in the game and the score 27-6.
Justin Kothe (#45) nearly got a hand on this Memorial screen pass early in the first quarter.
Neither Chase Wilkins (#7) nor Memorial's intended receiver could come up with this 1st quarter pass.
Chase Wilkins (#7) did intercept the next Memorial pass and after crossing over the mid-field Cardinal Head made it all the way down to Memorial's 24 yard line with 4:05 left in the first quarter. That set up Collinsville's first score below.
QB Shawn Koscheski (#7) faked the handoff up the middle and made it around the right end from the 24 down to the 7 following Wilkins' interception. Koscheski covered the last 7 yards on the next play at 3:52 in the first quarter. Cole Hadley kicked the extra point for a 7-0 score.
This Memorial rushing attempt was stopped by a gang of Cardinal tacklers and the Memorial possession ended with a short punt that set Collinsville up at Memorial's 37 yard line.
It took just one play for the second Cardinal scoring drive with Brett Erickson (#11) taking a Shawn Koscheski pass over the shoulder and out racing the defender for a 37 yard TD with 1:20 left in the first quarter. Hadley's kick made it 14-0.
The next Cardinal possession started at their own 4 yard line after a Memorial punt. Blake Burd (#22) has just taken the handoff from Koscheski and is heading into a big hole created by the offensive line for a 50 yard carry (from Collinsville's 11 to Memorial's 39). An interference call on 4th down kept the 96 yard TD drive alive.
Shawn Koscheski (#1) with a pass attempt in the 96 yard 2nd quarter scoring drive.
Shawn Koscheski (#1) eluded the defenders for a 12 yard TD run with 4:25 left in the first half. Hadley's kick was blocked and the score was 20-0. Memorial scored their only points of the evening on their next possession with a 26 yard TD pass with 1:06 left before the half. Their kick failed and the half time score was 20-6.
Collinsville's wide receivers lined up for the final first half plays with the band preparing for their final "Rememberance" salute to our nation's veterans.
Chandler Cole (#6) had an early 3rd quarter interception wiped out by an interference call against Collinsville. Tyler Forrest (#81) made up for that with an interception on a tipped ball on the next play.
Ryan Haymaker (#25) scored Collinsville's final touchdown on this 7 yard run at 9:34 in the 4th quarter. Cole Hadley's kick set the eventual final score at 27-6.
Chandler Cole (#6) intercepted this Memorial pass at Collinsville's 21 yard line with 6:44 left in the game.
Ryan Haymaker (#25) helped Collinsville run out the clock in the final minutes after Tyler Forrest's final interception (show in the photo at the top of the page)
Previous Coverage
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Tulsa World Coverage &
Slide Shows (Brett Rojo's Photos) & (Ted Wright's Photos)

Clyde Lord's Photo Slideshow (

Jim Riley's Post GameSummary 11/15/2014

Jim Riley Pre-Playoff Commentary 11/13/2014

4 interceptions by Cardinals (Wilkins, Cole and 2 for Forrest), 2 Koscheski running TDs and 1 passing to Erickson, 1 Haymaker TD run, Burd had a 50 yard run key in a 96 yard scoring drive. -- more later Ted 11:55pm Fri

Congratulations To The CHS Football Cardinals ...

I don't have an exact count yet but recall an abundance of interceptions by Collinsville, and Koscheski TDs, and Memorial procedure penalties.

I just finished my selection and photo upload to the Tulsa World ... so that slideshow should be ready before morning. I'll start my cvilleok selections now. -- Ted 11pm Friday

CHS Playoff Football Starts Here Friday
Nov. 14th -- Dress Warm To Come Out & Support Your Cardinals
Don't Be Late: A 7pm start time has been agreed to by Collinsville & Memorial Coaches and OK'd by OSSAA (ignore some early bracket releases which may still say 7:30)
Only OSSAA passes accepted ... even season tickets holders will need to buy a ticket ... but their inside the gate parking and seat locations will be honored. Check back for when tickets will be available this week at the high school. (see update below bracket)
The Playoff game on Friday at Sallee Field vs Tulsa Memorial is a OSSAA sanctioned event. The only passes allowed are the OSSAA Playoff passes. Everyone else must buy a ticket. Collinsville season ticket holders will be allowed to park inside providing you have your parking pass visable to the gatekeepers. Season ticket holders will have to purchase a ticket but will be allowed to sit in their season ticket seats. Tickets can be purchased at the gate as you enter or at the HS starting Tuesday afternoon in the attendence office. Our game's starting time has been changed to 7:00. -- Jim Riley 11/10/2014
Tulsa World's Playoff Predictions -- 11/10/2014

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2014 Collinsville High School Football Results So Far
Oologah Sept. 4
Catoosa Sept. 12
at Skiatook Sept. 19
at Coweta Sept. 26
Tahlequah Oct. 3
at Grove Oct. 10
Edison Oct. 16
at Pryor Oct. 31
East Central Nov. 7
  Memorial Playoffs Round One
        Lawton Mac Playoffs Round Two
?? Playoffs
Nov. 14, 2014 at Collinsville 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Next week's Lawton Mac game will start here at 7pm next Friday in the 2nd round playoff game.
Collinsville In Final 8 5A Teams
Come out Friday night (7pm Kickoff) To Help The Cardinals Defend Sallee Field In The First Round Of The Playoffs -vs- Memorial