Pee Wee Tigers fall to Okeene, JH wins opener over Whippets

Preston Williams breaks loose along the outside for a 20 yard gain against the Okeene Whippets. Williams also collected four tackles as the pee wee team fell by a score of 38-0. (Photos by Austin Smith)

Tigers roll over Geary to improve to 2-0

The Canton Tigers continue to have players like Seth Bromlow step up and make big plays on offense. Last week, against Geary, Bromlow was part of three of Canton’s 10 plays that went for double-digit yards. Canton will need those big plays to continue as they look to move to 3-0 for the first time since 2009. (Photo by Austin Smith)

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Tigers roll over Geary to improve to 2-0

The Canton Tigers continue to have players like Seth Bromlow step up and make big plays on offense. Last week, against Geary, Bromlow was part of three of Canton’s 10 plays that went for double-digit yards. Canton will need those big plays to continue as they look to move to 3-0 for the first time since 2009. (Photo by Austin Smith)

For the second-straight season, the Tigers have started off with a pair of wins.

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For the first time since 2009 when Canton made it to the State Finals, the Tigers football team has started the season 3-0 after a 49-0 victory over Beaver.

Pee Wee Tigers fall to Okeene, JH wins opener over Whippets

Preston Williams breaks loose along the outside for a 20 yard gain against the Okeene Whippets. Williams also collected four tackles as the pee wee team fell by a score of 38-0. (Photos by Austin Smith)

Three days after the Canton High School team kicked off their season with a win over Okeene, it was the pee wee and junior team’s turn to open their season against the Whippets at home.

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