Collinsville, Oklahoma
January 13, 2015
CHS Basketball -vs Grove
Photos For CHS Boys Only
All Four Collinsville Teams Won Here Tuesday
Note: I finally had my first 2014-15 opportunity to cover CHS wrestling here Tuesday so I didn't arrive at basketball until after 3 wrestling duals (District Quad at the middle school) had completed and I had my camera emptied of wrestling photos. And wrestling started an hour later than advertised since Tulsa Public Schools wouldn't let their 3 teams out to meet the original 4pm start (3pm weigh-in). So I only have photos for the varsity boys basketball Jan. 13th. -- Ted Wright
Mallory Vaughn scored 27 points in a 70-32 varsity victory over Grove's Girls.
Madie Vaughn added 10 points with Jefferson & O'Dell adding 8 each.
The CHS boys led 30-17 at the half and 45-34 after three quarters. Grove got within 5 points at 50-45 with 4:45 left in the game but the Cardinals pulled away for a 64-47 final (with a 14-2 run). Austin Archer led the boys with 21 points.
Collinsville's Pack 53 Scouts were guests of the CHS Cardinal Boys Basketball team Jan. 13th.

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CHS Girls Basketball At BOK Center -- Tickets for the Girls BB game vs Claremore on Jan 31st will be available for purchase at the home varsity BB games in Dec. and Jan. All tickets are general admission and are $10 each. Collinsville will get a share of the tickets we sell. -- Jim Riley 11/10/2014