JH Lady Tigers take consolation, boys drop two

The Lady Tigers take home the Consolation Trophy following Canton’s 32-16 win over Cashion. The junior high girls won three of their four games to open the season, with a Monday night loss to Hennessey being their only blemish.

Tigers season comes to an end in Okeene

Jake Sinclair wraps up his senior season with a terrific effort as both a tight end and defensive end for the Canton Tigers. He led the team with 26 receptions, 375 receiving yards and six touchdown catches. He also ran ten times for 91 yards. On defense, he finished third on the team with 56.5 tackles, and second with 14 tackles for loss. Sinclair also led all Tigers with 5.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries.

Dobrinski sworn in to State House position

Rep. Mike Dobrinski, R-Okeene, House District 59 Representative, stands with his wife Ginny, after his swearing in ceremony at the Oklahoma House of Representatives on Nov. 11, 2020. Dobrinski replaces term limited Rep. Mike Sanders, R-Kingfisher, in the House District 59 seat. (Photo provided by Rep. Mike Dobrinski).

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JH Lady Tigers take consolation, boys drop two

The Lady Tigers take home the Consolation Trophy following Canton’s 32-16 win over Cashion. The junior high girls won three of their four games to open the season, with a Monday night loss to Hennessey being their only blemish.

The Canton Junior High basketball teams kicked off their season with a threeday tournament at Lomega last week.

Tigers season comes to an end in Okeene

Jake Sinclair wraps up his senior season with a terrific effort as both a tight end and defensive end for the Canton Tigers. He led the team with 26 receptions, 375 receiving yards and six touchdown catches. He also ran ten times for 91 yards. On defense, he finished third on the team with 56.5 tackles, and second with 14 tackles for loss. Sinclair also led all Tigers with 5.5 sacks, seven forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries.

The Canton Tigers were eliminated from the playoffs by the Okeene Whippets last Friday in the opening round of the postseason.

The Canton Tigers closed out the regular season with a 55-22 loss to the Balko-Forgan Bison to fall to 3-7 on the year.

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