Tiger rough patch hits four games with loss to Turpin

Connor Cox steps under center for Canton. Cox has had to make the switch to quarterback after injuries saw the Tigers lose both Luke Swartwood and Hudsen Scott for the season. Against Turpin, Cox had his best game yet, going 17-32 for 147 yards and two touchdowns.

Canton drops second straight game in Waurika

Johnie Burton and the Canton offense had little success moving the ball against Waurika last Friday. Burton had three rushes for only five yards in the loss, but will need to help lead the Canton offense back to rhythm they had in the first month of the season when they were averaging 38 points a game.

Census deadline extended

U.S. Census Bureau staff watch as Joe Dorman, the chief executive officer of the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA), gives an interview during last week’s “Census Sprint to the Finish” event at the State Capitol. Organized by OICA, the event was designed to boost registrations and awareness of the upcoming Census deadline of Sept. 30; a federal court this week ordered an extension of the counting deadline to Oct. 31, and OICA intends to use the extra month to boost registration of traditionally undercounted groups including small children, Native Americans, and other people of color.

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Tiger rough patch hits four games with loss to Turpin

Connor Cox steps under center for Canton. Cox has had to make the switch to quarterback after injuries saw the Tigers lose both Luke Swartwood and Hudsen Scott for the season. Against Turpin, Cox had his best game yet, going 17-32 for 147 yards and two touchdowns.

The Canton Tigers fell to 0-2 in district play last Friday with their 60-12 loss to the Turpin Cardinals.

Lady Tiger Fundraiser

The Canton Lady Tigers would like to thank everyone that came out to support them at their Car Wash Fundraiser last Saturday.

Rough second half dooms Canton Tigers in Seiling

Seth Bromlow and Connor Cox converge to bring down the Seiling running back. The two both helped fill in for the injured Luke Swartwood, while also being two of the Tigers leading tacklers on defense.

After winning each of their first three games, the Canton Tigers have now dropped three in a row after losing to Seiling in their district-opener last Friday.

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