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November 2, 2013

Collinsville topples Pryor, 20-19

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PRYOR —

Martinez, who missed the extra point after a Brennon Barth one-yard run in the second quarter, took a reverse handoff and lobbed the ball up for the 6-foot-6 junior tight end Ogg. Ogg came down with the pass between two Cardinal defenders, stayed on his feet and took the ball the rest of the way for a 19-14 lead as the home crowd erupted. Barth could not connect with Ogg for the two-point conversion.
After Collinsville retook the lead with 6:14 to play, Martinez threw an interception on the first play of the next drive to deflate the home crowd. He quickly rectified that mistake by picking off McElroy on the very next play to set the Tigers up at their own 35-yard line.
The Tigers drove inside the Collinsville 35 before the Tigers shifted into reverse and piled up sack and penalty yardage. Barth was sacked on fourth-and-30, and McElroy converted a third-and-8 to seal the win for Collinsville.
Barth, who led the Tigers with 109 yards on 23 carries, appeared to suffer an ankle injury late in the game. He stayed in to finish the game on offense. Martinez finished with 68 yards on five carries, and McGouldrick added 36 yards on 15 totes.
 
Pryor and East Central will kick off at 7 p.m. Friday.
 

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