The Pryor- Creek Jr. High Football teams roared into Sallee Stadium Thursday night for a Metro Lakes Conference showdown. The rather large Pryor Tigers gave the Cardinals all we wanted in each contest. Each game demonstrated the tenacity of the Cardinals offense and defense to knock the stripes off of the Tigers. The “spread offense” of the Tigers was difficult to stop in each game, but the swarming defense of the Cardinals proved that we were the better team in each game. The Cardinal Middle School Band made the evening a great venue of entertainment for the fans and players. They played songs and led cheers all night long adding to the enthusiasm of the contest. Our cheerleaders continue to “fire-up “our fans and players in each contest, adding to the fun atmosphere of Jr. High Football.
A big “thank you” goes out to our teachers. Knock on wood, not one player has been on the ineligible list of No Pass No Play. Our teachers do an outstanding job of giving our students the tools they need to be successful in the classroom. These tools will be used as life skills very soon in the students’ life.
“No One Fights Alone, We Fight With Daniel.” Daniel Malon a freshman student athlete for the Cardinals is suffering from acute lymphoblastic leukemia. Please keep Daniel in your prayers and look for updates on the Collinsville QB Club Facebook page or Daniel’s Trek on Facebook.
Next Thursday the Cardinals will host the newest member of the Metro Lakes Conference, the Glenpool Warriors. Games begin at 5pm. Hope to see the Cardinals Nation get rowdy but display great sportsmanship.
7th grade lose a nail bitter 14-12.
8th grade win a big one 26-18
9th grade win BIG 33-16.
Coach’m up …. Tom Redding