Collinsville, Oklahoma
October 30, 2014
JrHi Football -vs- Coweta
Collinsville 7th Grade (22-6) & 8th Grade (36-0) Completed Undefeated Metro Lakes Champion Seasons
Freshman Lost 12-18
Brayden Burd (#22) with a 76 yard TD run at 4:48 in the 2nd quarter of the 7th Grade game.
Cole Dugger (#8) handoff to Brayden Burd (#22).
Cole Dugger (#8) 7th Grade 26 yard TD run at 2:09 in the 3rd quarter.
Grayson Boomer (#15) with a first quarter carry for the 8th grade.
Jonathon Martin (#88) returned an interception for an apparent TD in the 8th grade game but it was called back to the 38 yard line late in the 1st quarter.
Talon Coulter (#11) tossing a 28 yard TD pass to Walker Roberts (#8 below) in the second quarter. Coulter had scored a one foot TD in the 1st quarter. (8th Grade)
Walker Roberts (#8) scoring with Coulter's 28 yard 2nd quarter pass.
8th Grade Halftime
Hayden Minton (#5) preparing to handoff in the 2nd half of the 8th grade game.
Carter Lowe (#44) scored on a 6 yard TD in the final minute of the 8th grade game.
Logan Sieminskie (#7) with a nice gain in the freshman game here Thursday.
Hayden West (#33) scored on this 20 yard TD pass from Nate Sinni for a 12-6 3rd quarter lead.
Logan Sieminskie (#7) is at the far left of this photo making a break on the Coweta pass he intercepted and returned to the endzone that would have broken a 12-12 tie with about a minute left in the 3rd quarter of the 9th grade game. Instead, the play was called back to the 40 yard line. Sieminskie was injured early in the 4th quarter.
Travis Hardison (#4) had back to back pass gains in the 4th quarter after Coweta had returned a fumble for a long touchdown with 3 minutes left in the game.
Holt Ganzel (#14) with a carry up the middle in the closing minutes of the freshman game.
Previous Coverage
JrHi Football here 10/30/2014: 7th & 8th finish undefeated and Metro Lakes Champs. Frosh lost tough battle to Coweta. Photos later -- Ted 9:25pm Thursday

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CARDINAL FOOTBALL -- Jr. High Update -vs- Coweta Oct. 30th (Thursday)

The Collinsville Cardinals Jr. High football teams hosted the Coweta Tigers at Salle Field Thursday night. The night was full of hard hitting, smash mouth football. There was a lot at stake in the Metro Lakes Conference match up. The Cardinal 7th and 8th grade teams could win the Metro Lakes Conference title and be undefeated with a victory. Our 9th grade team was playing for pride, as they have continued to become a really good football team. The Metro Lakes Conference teams are; Collinsville, Coweta, Claremore, Grove, Pryor, Tahlequah, and Skiatook.
Our 7th grade close out the season with a great win, 22-6, are Metro Lakes Conference Champions and have a perfect record of 8-0.
Our 8th grade close out the season with a knock out win of, 36-0, are Metro Lakes Conference Champions and have a perfect record of 8-0.
Our 9th grade game was one of the most exciting Jr. High games I have ever been a part of. Our players had to overcome so much adversity as the game came to an end. We had our chances but just could not close the door on the Tigers. Coweta wins a tuff one 18-12. The 9th grade close the season with a record of 5-3.
After each game our Quarterback Club fed hamburgers and drinks to the players. They were very tasty and we would like to thank the QB club and parents for this great treat.
With the close of our season, I want to say thank you to so many, the coaches and their families for their sacrifices while coaching these young athletes, the parents for having to arrange transportation each morning at 7am for practice, and having trust in us to coach your son, the cheerleaders and Miss Amy Garrett for their support each week, our student assistants for having water and first aid for our players, the Cardinal Nation Fans for their following, Robert Humble our announcer, the chain crews, our fantastic teachers who give our boys the tools for success, and our Administration.

Coach’m up
Tom Redding (10/31/2014)