Payton Lee dives on the floor for the loose ball. Lee got an opportunity to work with the starters in the Fairview Summer League and has been one of the Lady Tigers’ most improved players this off-season.

Trevor Ross bursts up the middle in the Orange-Black Spring Game, while the Tiger Touchdown Club put on a hamburger fry and a desert auction. Thanks to the groups efforts this spring, the proceeds were able to pay for each Canton athletes fees for their team camp in early June, as well as their gear.

(Photo provided by Toni Goforth)

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Payton Lee dives on the floor for the loose ball. Lee got an opportunity to work with the starters in the Fairview Summer League and has been one of the Lady Tigers’ most improved players this off-season.

As June comes to a close, the Canton Lady Tigers have concluded their summer basketball camps and will now turn their attention to open gym nights for the remainder of the off-season.

Trevor Ross bursts up the middle in the Orange-Black Spring Game, while the Tiger Touchdown Club put on a hamburger fry and a desert auction. Thanks to the groups efforts this spring, the proceeds were able to pay for each Canton athletes fees for their team camp in early June, as well as their gear.

(Photo provided by Toni Goforth)

Following their team camp at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College last week, the Canton Tigers will now hang up their football pads and focus on the next stage of their off-season program.

There were a few tense moments during the Canton Town Hall monthly board meeting for May with the tension involving a previous discussion about how to go about raising funds for the city pool.

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