Claremore Daily Progress


October 27, 2012

Collinsville blasts Pryor, 34-6

COLLINSVILLE — The Collinsville Cardinals clinched a playoff berth in District 5A-4 Friday night with a 34-6 victory over the Pryor Tigers.

Collinsville quarterback Zane McElroy accounted for four touchdowns — two rushing and two passing — as the Cardinals improved to 7-2 overall and 4-2 in district.

The Cardinals carried a 21-0 lead into halftime and continued to pour it on Pryor, increasing the margin to 28-0 after three quarters.

Nick Salazar got the Cardinals’ offense rolling early in the first quarter on a 48-yard touchdown pass from McElroy to put Collinsville ahead, 7-0.

A pair of second-quarter 1-yard touchdown runs by McElroy gave Collinsville a comfortable halftime lead at 21-0.

The Cardinals’ offense chalked up 413 total yards — including 238 through the air.

In the third quarter, Priddy raced in from the 3-yard line to put Collinsville ahead, 28-0.

McElroy’s 40-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver T.J. Johnson in the fourth quarter extended the Collinsville lead to 34-0.

Pryor, who was led by running back Carson Smallwood, got on the board late in the fourth quarter on a 15-yard touchdown pass from Keegan Yates to Brannon Barth.

Smallwood led the Pryor offense with 157 yards on 28 carries.


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