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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.

JH Lady Tigers take consolation, boys drop two

Daylon McNabb knifes through the lane for one of his two fourthquarter baskets against Corn Bible Academy. With Coach Patrick Rich at home sick, the Tigers fell to the Crusaders to be eliminated from Lomega’s Junior High Tournament.

JH Lady Tigers take consolation, boys drop two

Imiyah Littlejohn goes up for the layup in Canton’s victory over Cashion. Littlejohn took over the contest in the second quarter getting to the basket as the Lady Wildcats had no answers for her speed and size.

JH Lady Tigers take consolation, boys drop two

The Canton Junior High basketball teams kicked off their season with a threeday tournament at Lomega last week. The teams also took on Geary on Tuesday as the Lady Tigers won three of their four games, and the boys failed to collect their first victory.

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.

Tigers season comes to an end in Okeene

The Canton Tigers were eliminated from the playoffs by the Okeene Whippets last Friday in the opening round of the postseason. After shutting out the rival-Whippets in the season-opener, Okeene returned the favor to Canton with 28-0 loss that brought the Tigers’ season to an end.

Canton struggles continue with top-ranked Shattuck in week 9

With one week to go before playoffs, Canton is hoping to close out the regular season with a win over the Balko-Forgan Bison. The Tigers had a promising start to the season, but if they want to carry some confidence into their opening-round playoff matchup, they need a good showing this Friday.

Canton struggles continue with top-ranked Shattuck in week 9

After starting the season with three-straight wins, the Canton Tigers now enter the final game of the regular season on a six-game losing-streak with one game to play before entering the playoffs. Last Friday, Canton fell to the top-ranked team in Class B, the Shattuck Indians, by a score of 53-6.

High-powered Laverne offense too much for Canton

Johnie Burton and Jacob Rutz wrestle the Laverne ballcarrier to the ground in the backfield. Canton wasn’t able to make many plays behind the line of scrimmage, but this was one that helped get Canton the ball back in the contest.

High-powered Laverne offense too much for Canton

Seth Bromlow takes off up the middle to get positive yards for Canton. Many of the senior’s biggest runs came on designed passes where he took off scrambling. He would eventually score Canton’s only touchdown in the loss.

High-powered Laverne offense too much for Canton

It’s been a rough October for the Canton Tigers, as their recent slump has hit five games with their 52-6 loss to Laverne last Thursday. While injuries have put Canton in a tough position, they are also feeling the effects of being in the toughest district in Class B.

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