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Track teams compete in Fairview just before shutdown

Imiyah Littlejohn competes in the hurdles in Fairview. Littlejohn not only took third plays in the 100-meter event, but also finished second in the 300-meter hurdlers.

Track teams compete in Fairview just before shutdown

Ryleigh Cheney races down the homestretch in the 400-meter relay. The Lady Tigers didn’t medal in that event, but Cheney was able to pick up third-place in the 400-meter run.

Track teams compete in Fairview just before shutdown

Prior to Spring Break, as well as the shutdown of Canton Public Schools due the recent COVID-19 pandemic, the elementary and junior high track teams competed in Fairview for their opening competition of the season.

Special group of seniors leave legacy on hardwood

During their careers at Canton, Jared Cox (11) and Josh Edwards (0) were two of Canton’s most versatile players. Both could handle the ball, shoot from the perimeter, get their hands on passes and rebound against bigger opponents.

Special group of seniors leave legacy on hardwood

The Canton High School basketball boys had high hopes of reaching the Area Round, or even the State Tournament this past season, they were eliminated on the second day of the Regional Bracket for the second-straight year. Still, Canton was led by an extraordinary group of seniors that produced double-digit win totals each of the last three seasons for the first time in recent memory.

Canton Lions Club hosts 5th and 6th tournament

Evan Burchett pulls down the offensive rebound before going back up to score two of his six points against Alva. Unfortunately, the Goldbugs went on to win by a score of 20-6.

Canton Lions Club hosts 5th and 6th tournament

Preston Foster drives in for a layup attempt in Canton’s contest against Okeene in the Canton Lions Club Fifth and Sixth-Grade Tournament. The Tigers were one of four schools to compete in the event, including Okeene, Alva and Fairview.

Canton Lions Club hosts 5th and 6th tournament

The Canton sixth-grade Lady Tigers finished second place in the Canton Lions Club Basketball Tournament. They defeated Fairview in the opening round before being beaten by Alva in the Championship Game.

Canton Lions Club hosts 5th and 6th tournament

Chloe Hooten drives to the basket in the fifth graders contest against the Lady Whippets. Hooten not only helped Canton win the Consolation Title by a score of 10-8, but she also was one of three Tigers to win the freethrow contest, joining Caden Hooten and Kamdyn Hulse.

Canton Lions Club hosts 5th and 6th tournament

The Canton Lions Club hosted their annual fifth and sixth grade basketball tournament on Monday February 17 and Tuesday February 18, with four teams from across Northwest Oklahoma taking part in the event. Okeene, Alva, Fairview and the hometown-Tigers all competed as the teams were split into four brackets.

	Tigers season comes to an end against Woodland

Senior Claysen Scott goes up for the layup attempt against the Woodland Cougars. Scott would score 18 points in the contest, but Canton lost by a score of 65-56 to be eliminated from the playoffs. (Photos by Austin Smith)

	Tigers season comes to an end against Woodland

Josh Edwards knifes down the lane in Canton’s playoff loss to Woodland. Edwards was one of five seniors to see their careers at Canton come to an end, joining Claysen Scott, Andre Crawford, Jared Cox and Shy Cauble.

Tigers season comes to an end against Woodland

Last week, the Canton Tigers took part in the Regional Round of the playoffs in Frontier and Coyle, needing to win three-straight games to advance to the Area Round. While Canton was able to get an opening-day victory over the Agra Bearcats, their season came to an end on Friday with a loss to the Woodland Cougars.

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