Collinsville, Oklahoma
September 1 , 2015
7th Grade Football At Oologah
Seventh Grade Football
Cardinals 27-7 Victory
Over Oologah
Kaden Jones (#74) and several others on this first half tackle.
Brayden Gilkey (#45) with a tackle for Oologah lost yards on 3rd down.
This apparent punt return TD by Hayden Barnes (#15) was called back by a holding penalty late in the 1st quarter.
7th Grade pass rush Hayden Barnes (#15).
QB Baylor Weathers (#22)
JrHi Cheerleaders

Hunter Sills (#32), Kaden Jones (#74), QB Baylor Weathers (#22), Center Gabe Lyon (#55), and Zach Morris (#58 hand cast).

Eli Benhan (#10) broke free from this shirt tail tackle attempt and scored from 57 yards out with 2:14 left in the 3rd quarter. He had also scored the first 7th grade Cardinal TD with a 5 yard run with 3:50 left in the 1st quarter. He scored again with just 28 seconds left in the 3rd quarter with a 26 yard interception return.
Hunter Sills (#32) extra pass catch for 27-0 score at 2:14 of the 3rd quarter.
Brayden Gilkey (#45) scored on a 62 yard TD run with 24 seconds left in the first half.
7th & 8th Grade Cheer
Cardinal Football -- Jr. High Update 9-2-15

The Oologah Mustangs Jr. High Football teams hosted the Collinsville Cardinals Tuesday night at Mustang Stadium for a non-conference contest. This was the first game of the 2015 season for both programs and there was great anticipation from a full house for a rivalry win.

The 7th grade Cardinals displayed total control the entire night. With an outstanding kicking game, dominate running game, precise passing attack and a smash mouth defense the Cardinals were too much for the Mustangs. Cardinals win 27-7. There are several 7th grade injuries to report. Caden Bouy suffered a concussion and broken collar bone prior to the game. Caden will be sidelined for several weeks. We wish him a speedy recovery. Landen Tidrick, Zack Morris and Hunter Sills (The Bus) are recovering for broken hands. They should be in the lineup soon.

The 8th grade Cardinals gave the fans plenty of entertainment. With a crushing running attack, overpowering defense and solid kicking game the Cardinals broke the Mustangs will to play. Cardinals win 34-23. No injuries were reported.
In the 9th grade contest the “Boys of Fall” proved what Cardinal Football is all about. The slugfest was short and sweet. The Cardinals played every down with tenacity and were just too overpowering for the Mustangs. Cardinals win 35-0. No injuries were reported.

The Cardinal Nation will host the Coweta Tigers next Thursday, September 10th at Sallee Field. Games begins at 5pm. This will be a Metro Lakes Conference contest. We hope to have a vocal crowd of Cardinal fans.

Coach’m up -- Tom Redding

2015 - 7th Grade Football
1 Taylor Dickey
2 Caden Buoy
4 Drake Acklin
5 Jake Bays
6 Braden Duncan
7 Riley Seawright
8 Garrett Strickland
9 Justin Richardson
10 Eli Benham
11 Blake Nation
12 Hunter Nelson
13 Cody Root
15 Blake Battles
18 Tucker Whitekiller
2015 -7th Grade Football (cont.)
22 Baylor Weathers
23 Trenton Moore
24 Cooper Yelley
32 Hunter Sills
45 Brayden Gilkey
50 Nathenial Thompson
53 Cale Hancock
55 Gabe Lyon
57 Laden Tidrick
58 Zach Morris
64 Colin Goddard
74 Kaden Jones
78 Nathaniel Wilkins
88 Nick Nail
2015 -7th Grade Football (cont.)
Student Trainers: Sami Harp, Casidy Ishmael, Molly Sills, Gracie Oxford, Delaney Cottingim
Coaches: Tom Redding, Sean Tesar, Jarrod Shearer, Kevin Jones, Jon Benham, Damon Herald, Ben Davis,
Previous Coverage
The Collinsville 7th+8th+9th Grade Football Teams swept Oologah Tuesday night (September 1) in a warm up for Thursday's varsity football game there (Sept. 3rd). More photos later. -- Ted 9/2/2015 - Benham, Burd & Roberts TDs below

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