Collinsville, Oklahoma
November 9, 2018
CHS Football -vs- Ada
Cardinals Reach 11 & 0 In First Round Playoff
41-7 Win Over Ada
Cole Dugger (#12)
Grayson Boomer (#18)
Cole Dugger (#12)
Jake Tuttle (#21)
Brayden Burd (#22) reached the 3 yard line on this run late in the scoreless 1st quarter.
Brayden Burd (#22) put the first points on the scoreboard on the first play of the second quarter on a one yard run. This was the conclusion of Collinsville's 2nd possession that covered 84 yards. Seth Weiser kicked the extra point for a 7-0 score.
Collinsville's initial lead did not last long as Ada ran the ensuing kickoff back for a touchdown to tie the score at 7-7 still early in the second quarter. Earlier Ada ran back the game's opening kickoff to endzone but that play was called back on an illegal block in the back. Kickoff returns were key to Ada's first half success but soon turned to Collinsville's advantage..
Cole Kuykendall (#33) nearly returned the favor returning Ada's kickoff out to the 50 yard line to begin Collinsville's 3rd possession.
QB Cole Dugger hit Cale Hutchens (#9) with a 2nd quarter pass down to the 15 yard line.
Payton Russell (#36) caught a 2 yard TD pass from Cole Dugger at 9:29 in the second quarter and the score was 13-7 after Weiser's PAT kick was blocked.
Ada had pinned Collinsville deep with a punt but Cole Dugger (#12) and Walker Roberts (below) just missed connecting on a long pass with about 5 minutes left in the 2nd quarter.
Walker Roberts (#23) was well beyond the last Ada defender but needed another stride to be able reach Dugger's pass. Collinsville eventually punted (twice, after a running into the kicker penalty).
Look Out -- Ada's QB had a chance to unload a pass but held on long enough for Trent Brown (#43) to arrive a for sack late in the first half. The teams went to the locker room with the game still up for grabs at 13-7.
Collinsville took control of the game when Brayden Burd (#22) returned the kickoff for the second half for a Collinsville touchdown. Seth Weiser's kick put the Cardinals up 20-7.
Ada had moved into Collinsville territory before Hayden Knight (#52) recovered a fumble at Collinsville's 43 yard line at 7:18 in the 3rd quarter.
Cole Dugger hit Baylor Haynie (#35) in stride with two passes in a row to reach Ada's 21 yard line setting up four Jake Tuttle rushes for the remaining yardage below.
Jake Tuttle (#21) scored from 7 yards out at 3:48 in the 3rd quarter. Seth Weiser's kick put Collinsville up 27-7.
Seth Weiser (#6) can be seen in the background going back to pick up the kickoff tee as Gage Tacker (#84) holds up the fumble he recovered at Ada's 33 yard line at 3:45 in the 3rd quarter.
Collinsville's Cross Country Teams that had recently participated in the state meet were recognized at the end of the 3rd quarter.
Jake Tuttle (#21) took a direct snap so both he and fellow running back Malcolm Tillman (#24) were in on this 4th quarter successful 4th and one conversion to the 4 yard line.
Malcolm Tillman (#24) caried the final 4 yards for this TD at 10:38 in the 4th quarter. Weiser's PAT moved the score to 34-7.
Walker Roberts (#23) broke up this 4th quarter Ada pass and nearly intercepted.
Brayden Burd (#22) stopped this Ada play for a loss.
Ada's QB avoided the sack (in the grasp of Payton Russell #36) but his pass ended up in the hands of Walker Roberts (below) who returned it for a touchdown.
Brayden Burd (#22) provided an escort for Walker Roberts (#23) as he raced down the sideline with a pick six interception with 7:37 remaining in the game. Seth Weiser's extra point kick set the final score at 41-7.
Collinsville will host Guthrie Friday Nov 16th in 2nd round playoff football
CHS Football Cardinals are 11 & 0 Unbeaten with 41-7 victory over Ada. Will host round 2 here next Friday. Slow start but blew it open in 2nd half. Kickoffs huge for both sides. Photos later -- Ted 9:30pm -- COLD night!
I don't yet have a complete set of years/records ... but believe Coach Ron McHenry's 1978 (12-1) and 1977 (11-2) teams are the only other Cardinal teams with 11 wins. -- Ted -- Let me know if I've overlooked someone else.

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OKCardinalChirp 11/9/2018 Initial Photos Tweet
Collinsville HS Football Cardinals remain unbeaten (11 & 0) with 41-7 victory over Ada with kickoff game huge for both teams. TDs: Burd 1 yd run &~90 kickoff return to start 2nd half, Russell 2 yd catch, Tuttle 7 yd run, Tillman 4 yd run, Roberts pick 6. Host round 2 next wk.

11/1/2018 Tulsa Rogers (57-0 Win)
10/26/2018 Skiatook (17-3 Win)
10/18/2018 Pryor (41-13 Win)
10/12/2018 East Central (49-12 Win)
10/5/2018 Tahlequah (34-8 Win)
9/28/2018 Memorial (54-6 Win)
9/21/2018 Claremore (31-0 Win)
9/14/2018 Ponca City (28-0 Win)
9/7/2018 Bartlesville (34-27 Win)
8/31/2018 Oologah (49-0 Win)

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Collinsville and Ada will meet for the first time ever on the gridiron tonight, giving the high stakes matchup even more historical value

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Ada will be first playoff opponent (7pm Friday) Cards Are 10-0 For Regular Season (Beat Rogers 57-0) -- Start Playoffs Next Friday
-- Thursday
Nov. 1- HS Football - Varsity @ Tulsa Rogers (Game will be played at Booker T. Washington Stadium) 7:00


Just a quick FYI (that should already be obvious): I am well over a week behind on photos and news on cvilleok. I had hoped to "catch up" over fall break but barely broke even. One of the side projects that has been taking extra time is trying to find the record of each CHS Football team for the lengthy history of Collinsville High School. The outstanding performance by this year's team (8 & 0 so far) has folks wondering about how they might compare to teams in the past. I am far from done and not totally trusting the info I have so far ... but it looks like Ron McHenry's 1978 team that went 12 & 1 had the best record so far.

A few other notable are (2013: 10-2), (2000: 10-2), (1993: 10-3). (1986: 10-2), (1979: 10-1) & (1977: 11-2). I have many years still unknown and obviously 2015's state runner-up finish is best so far even though their 8 & 5 record is mis-leading in regards to the amazing finish. More later. -- Ted Wright 10/25/2018

And thank you to Gavin Rose for some initial research and inspiration.

Ted, is there any way that you could post something warning the patrons of Collinsville that there are companies claiming they are affiliated with the school soliciting money. I just want to make sure the that our patrons are not compromised by outside vendors. Please feel free to contact the school before any donations are given. -- Brad Cantrell -- Oct. 23, 2018
Cards Will Host Guthrie Next Week (Round 2)