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Trevor Ross has been a integral part of the Canton team in the early going, as he is averaging nearly 90 yards a game in total offense, while also being one of Canton’s leading tacklers. With Ross injured, the Tigers had to call on players like Seth Bromlow, Johnie Burton, and Connor Cox to play more prominent roles against Buffalo.

Tigers can’t solve third-ranked Buffalo, looking to rebound

The Canton Tigers hit the road for the first time last Friday when they traveled to Buffalo to take on the thirdranked team in Class B. The Tigers had won each of their first two contests handedly, but were unable to get any rhythm against the Bison, losing 54-8.

Coach Jeremy Brashears and the Tigers have found a great deal of success this season thanks to a balanced attack on the offensive side of the football. However, with Trevor Ross sidelined for the night with an injury, Canton just could not get their rushing attack to show any consistency.

“With Trevor out, we had to move some people out of position,” said Brashears. “Guys were playing in new roles and I’m not sure how confident we were as opposed to when he’s in there.”



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