Women in Business
Shannon Overholt is vice-president of Overholt Heating and Air in Collinsville. Read her story on page 7 of this week’s Times Star.
Larry and Judy Robey own and operate Robey’s Antiques at 925 West Main Street in Historic Downtown Collinsville. The couple met and married two years ago while both were consigning items at Lynn’s Antiques, also on Main Street. Larry is an accomplished artist and Judy is an avid “antiquer” and collector. Read their story in today’s Times Star on page 5.
Collinsville fans (left) get on their feet to congratulate their Lady Cardinals as they secured their third trip in three years to the state tournament after being shut out from the big dance for more than two decades. Right, Lady Cards celebrate the 70-44 victory over Edison. Is the third trip to state the charm? Play begins today at 2 p.m. at Oral Roberts University vs. Ardmore.
As state champions in Class 5A for the past four years, Collinsville was not favored to win again. Coweta, given the #1 seed in the tournament and favored to win, was expected to upset Collinsville as they headed for their next state title. With much doubt in their direction, the Cardinals still held their high expectations and were determined not to relinquish this year’s state championship. Numerous mats were laid down and organized according to division. Each wrestler (starting at 106lbs) would wrestle round one and after all were complete, round two would begin.