The Canton Tigers are gearing up to tipoff the 2019-2020 basketball season with high expectations in mind. The Lady Tigers are coming off a 2018-2019 season in which they won
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The Lady Tigers took home the third-place hardware in Lomega’s Junior High Tournament last week. Canton had to defeat Cashion and Corn Bible Academy in the eightteam event, while only losing to Watonga.
Imiyah Littlejohn goes up for the layup attempt against Corn Bible Academy in the third-place game in Lomega. With ninth grader Paige Robinson moving up to the high school squad, Littlejohn was Canton’s primary point guard during the event.
The Canton Junior High basketball teams competed in their first tournament of the season last week, as the traveled to Lomega High School to compete in the eight-team event. While
Canton seniors Claysen Scott (2), Andre Crawford (4), Nate Lang (78) and Josh Edwards (not pictured) will be suiting up for the final time as Canton Tigers on the gridiron this Thursday against Shattuck. The four are wrapping up their best season as Tigers, having already collected four win heading into the season-finale.
The Canton Tigers fell to 0-3 in the district last Friday after losing on the road to the Turpin Cardinals, 56-6. The loss effectively ends the chances of Canton making
Vance Ross hauls in a deep pass from Luke Swartwood for a touchdown against the Crusaders. Ross also led Canton in tackles with seven in the Tigers final game of the season.
Joseph Pullen breaks a tackle before racing 86 yards for the Tigers’ fifth touchdown of the game. The run was one of seven plays for Canton that resulted in at least 20 yards.
The Canton Junior High football team closed out their season last Monday with a game against the Corn Bible Academy Crusaders. While Coach Caleb Howell was unable to attend the
When Canton travels to Turpin this Friday, they will be doing so with their playoff hopes on the line, as the Tigers must defeat the Cardinals by a substantial margin