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Okeene defeats Ringwood on first night in new gym, Lady Whippets top Pioneer

A Coach Chad Hussey pulls his starters in the final minutes of their first victory in the new basketball gym, as well as Hussey’s first home victory at Okeene. The Whippets sit at 2-3, while the girls are 2-2. Next up, Okeene will host their hometown tournament this week.

Okeene defeats Ringwood on first night in new gym, Lady Whippets top Pioneer

On the Thursday before students got out for Christmas Break, the Okeene Whippets were able to debut their new gym with a 52-34 victory over Ringwood. However, the Lady Whippets did not compete on that night due to Ringwood having their entire team in quarantine.

Canton puts four Seniors on B-1 All-District Team

Canton had seven players noted on the B-1 All-District Football Teams, including each of their five captains, Jake Sinclair, Caden Koehn, Johnie Burton, Ethan Foster and Seth Bromlow. Freshman Luke Swartwood and sophomore Jacob Rutz were also named to the team for Canton after a 3-8 season.

Canton puts four Seniors on B-1 All-District Team

Following a 3-8 season that saw the Tigers start the season with a three-game winning streak for the first time since 2009, Canton saw a total of seven players honored on the B-1 All- District Football Team. Seniors Jake Sinclair, Seth Bromlow, Ethan Foster and Caden Koehn, as well as freshman Luke Swartwood, sophomore Jacob Rutz and junior Johnie Burton were all named to various district teams for their efforts this past fall.

Canton teams earn Gayle Hajny Consolation Titles

Hopelin Hood drives past four OBA defenders for a layup in Canton’s Gayle Hajny Invitational. Hood was also named to the All-Tournament team after averaging just over ten points a game.

Canton teams earn Gayle Hajny Consolation Titles

Cody Conrady was named to the Gayle Hajny Invitational All-Tournament Team after leading Canton to the Consolation Title. Conrady averaged just over 15 points a game as Canton’s top returning scorer from last year’s squad.

Canton teams earn Gayle Hajny Consolation Titles
Canton teams earn Gayle Hajny Consolation Titles

Canton teams earn Gayle Hajny Consolation Titles

The Canton High School basketball teams kicked off the season last week with their hometown Gayle Hajny Invitational. At the event, both the girls and boys bounced back from opening-night losses with a pair of wins each to earn the Consolation Title.

Tigers JH boys drop two in tournament

The Tigers may have had their trouble scoring in Fairview’s Junior High Tournament, but Jerrod Geiger was able to score have some success with double-digit scoring efforts in each of their two games.

Tigers JH boys drop two in tournament

While the Lady Tigers were able to sweep their two contests in Fairview’s Junior High Tournament last week, the Canton boys did not have the same luck. The Tigers lost 37-16 to Hinton on Monday, and also dropped their Saturdayafternoon contest to Alva by a count of 21-18.

JH girls sweep shortened Fairview tourney

Karington Hawk goes up for one of her two threepointers in Canton’s win over Fairview. The Lady Tigers won each of their two games in Fairview’s Junior High Tournament and Hawk averaged five points a game on the week.

JH girls sweep shortened Fairview tourney

The Canton Lady Tigers traveled to Fairview last week for what was scheduled to be a three-day junior high tournament. However, due to the weather conditions that made it difficult for some schools to travel on Thursday, only two rounds were played on Monday and Saturday.

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