If you enjoy Christmas lights, you are invited to come and see the lights at Amber and Joe Allison’s house. Around twenty five years ago, the lights started with two
The Canton City Council met for Regular Meeting on Thursday, Dec. 12 and along with the regular business of the town, the Council addressed issues surrounding Police Department personnel. Police
Canton: December 1. Elevation above normal, water clear. Channel catfish fair on shad around the river channel. Crappie slow on jigs around the main lake.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Mike Sanders (R-Kingfisher) today issued a reminder to local students that they can enter the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s Trash Poster Calendar Contest.
Seniors Josh Edwards and Sam McEachern are named Homecoming King and Queen for Canton’s Basketball Homecoming. Also pictured are candidates Claysen Scott, Arianna Green, Andre Crawford, Payton Lee, Jared Cox and Taylor Dowell.
(Photos by Austin Smith)
Claysen Scott skies for a jumper with two defenders in his face for two of his gamehigh 19 points against Okeene. Scott also nailed a crucial three late in the week against Hinton, and has led the Tigers in scoring each of the past two seasons.
Laney Russell pulls down the rebound in Canton’s adversity-filled victory over Hinton. Russell is stepping into a big role for the Lady Tigers as their primary post, but against the Lady Comets, she was called upon to ice the game with a pair of free throws and the junior did not disappoint.
Cody Conrady pulls up for the jump shot against Ringwood. Conrady is expected to be a bruiser down in the paint for Canton that regularly defends and rebounds against bigger opponents. However, Conrady has also Brough the ability to stretch the floor in the first week of the season, including five threes in the Tigers victory over Hinton.
The Lady Tigers capped an emotional week filled with Homecoming festivities and technical fouls by winning two of three games in which all five starters played a key role at one point or another. Canton is coming off a 20-win season in which three of their starters graduated, but the first week of the season proved that the young players are ready to step up into their new roles.
The Canton High School basketball teams kicked off their season last week with a trio of matchups against Okeene, Ringwood and Hinton.