Canton’s 2019 Homecoming Court consisting of Homecoming King Claysen Scott, Homecoming Queen Maeci Baker, nominees Andre Crawford, Josh Edwards, Nate Lang, Alyssa Sutton and Courtney Thompson, Junior Homecoming Princess Taylor Dowell, Sophomore Homecoming Princess Kenzi Nix, Freshman Homecoming Princess Paige Robison, Flower Girl Bristol McVicker, and Crown Bearer Lincoln Unruh.
Tackling Trevor Ross has not been an easy task thus far this season, as he is the Tigers’ most physical runner. Ross got nicked up in their homecoming victory over Geary but was able to finish out the game strong, averaging 8.7 yards per carry.
Webb Aviation Heli-Hog Hunts delivers game ball for Canton’s Homecoming bout with Geary. The company was established in 2016 to set up aviation hunts to try and rid Western Oklahoma of wild hogs that can be a detriment to farmers and their crops.
Tigers move to 2-0 after homecoming victory against Geary
Last week, the Canton Tigers improved to 2-0 for the first time since 2014 with their homecoming victory over the Geary Bison. After shutting Geary out a year ago, Canton had a tougher matchup on their hands, but was still able to pull out the victory, 36-22.
Two weeks ago, Canton was able to manhandle Mt. View-Gotebo thanks to a solid offensive performance, but last week it took a total-team effort and some improvements from their week-one victory. However, Coach Jeremy Brashears got his wish on the first drive of the game when Canton marched down the field on a 11-play, 71-yard scoring drive that featured no penalties.
“Starting that way was huge,” stated Breashers. “After last week, our goal was to clean it up and I think we did. As far as the penalties, we fixed that. We only had a few tonight. We had three in the first few minutes last week. I think we met our goals. We wanted to win an we wanted to clean things up. We did both.”
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