Captains (L-R): Zach Morris, Tres Sexton, Tanner Erickson and Cody Coughran.
Malcolm Tillman (#24) returned the opening kickoff back to the Rogers 42 yard line.
Jake Tuttle (#21) scored the first touchdown on this nine yard run at 9:10 in the first quarter.
|Tulsa Will Rogers spent most of the first quarter trapped inside their own ten yard line with Collinsville scoring and then pinning them deep with good coverage on the (5) kickoffs.|
|Trent Brown (#43) caught the Rogers QB in the endzone and knocked the ball loose for the recovery below.|
|Gage Tacker (#84) recovered the Rogers fumble in the endzone for the second Cardinal touchdown at 7:54 in the first quarter.|
|Collinsville held Rogers inside the 10 yard line again forcing a punt and another short field for the Cardinal offense.|
|Malcolm Tillman (#24) needed just one play to cover the 39 yards needed for the third Collinsville touchdown with 6:40 in the 1st quarter.|
|With Rogers operating just beyond their own goal line again Adam Carney got the tackle and fumble recovery in the endzone for the fourth Cardinal touchdown at 5:47 in the first quarter. Seth Weiser's extra point kick made the score 27-0 at that point.|
|The Trap student section was busy again providing support for the team (and working on their own "win" streak). They have been Fox23's "Fans In The Stands" favorites for seven weeks in a row heading into this game.|
|The CCC Band was in the other end of the massive Booker T. Washington (S. E. Williams) stadium where BTW Hornets and Rogers Ropers play their home games. The band did not march but entertained from the stands.|
Noticed a bit of a stair step formation from this angle in Collinsville's offensive setup.
Grayson Boomer (#18) with a 1st quarter catch (from Dugger) and run near the home sidelines.
|Jake Tuttle scored his second touchdown from 52 yards out with 2:40 remaining in the first quarter. Weiser's kick put the Cards up 34-0 after Collinsville's fifth 1st quarter TD.|
|Eli Benham (#10) fair caught a bunch of Tulsa Rogers punts setting up good field position for Collinsville.|
|Malcolm Tillman (#24) scored his second TD (Collinsville's 6th) from 13 yards out at 9:57 in the 2nd quarter. Weiser kicked the extra point for a 41-0 score and marked the departure of many of the Cardinal starters for the evening.|
Another three and out for Rogers against the swarming Cardinal defense.
|Seth Weiser (#6) had running back duties in most of the second quarter and moved Collinsville to within a foot of the goal for Weather's TD below.|
|QB Baylor Weather (#16) kept for Collinsville's 7th TD (at 3:35 in the 2nd quarter) and moved the score to 48-0 after Weiser's kick.|
|This was as close as Rogers got to scoring in the game. They had reached the Collinsville 30 on the opening drive of the second half but Caleb Mitchell (#28) and another defender batted this pass attempt away.|
|I chose this defensive photo to shout out to just a few of the substitutes playing in the very short (continuous clock) 2nd half: L-R -- Luke Stein (#30), Nusua Xiong (#57), Zach Morris (#62), Caleb Mitchell (#28), Jake Bays (#13), and Dustin Leach (#56). -- Ted|
|Nate Wilkins (#32) was just 4 yards short of a long TD run on the first play of the 4th quarter. The play covered from Collinsville's 29 yard line down to the Rogers' 4 before he was drug down from behind.|
|Nate Wilkins (#32) picked up the remaining four yards for Collinsville's final touchdown at 10:40 in the 4th quarter. Weiser's PAT kick moved the score to 55-0.|
Fourth quarter Cardinal defense.
|Freshman T.K. Woods (#68) was just a few steps too late to recover a bad Rogers snap that was then kicked and went out of bound in their endzone for a safety at about 5:40 in the 4th quarter. Those 2 points made the final score 57-0.|
|Following the free kick, it appeared Collinsville had another score with Hunter Davis (#14) rushing 17 yards to the endzone, but a holding penalty wiped out the play late in the game.|
The Collinsville Quarterback Club feeds the team after each game.
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