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While the Canton defense shined against Kremlin-Hillsdale, the offense is still making big plays to put points on the board. Running backs Josh Edwards and Trevor Ross had five plays between them that went for 25 yards or more, with four of which going for touchdowns.

(Photo by Austin Smith)

Stifling defense helps Tigers improve to 3-1

A week after losing a rough contest to Buffalo, the Canton Tigers bounced back with a dominant performance of their own against Kremlin-Hillsdale last Friday. Against the Broncs, Canton looked

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Mark Thomas, Executive Vice-President of the Oklahoma Press Association stands with Hogan Gore at the OKC headquarters of the OPA. Gore took a quick tour of the OPA before his afternoon journalism ethics class at OU. Hogan is the son of Amy Gore, and the late Marty Alton Gore of Seiling.

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Gov. Kevin Stitt and Hogan Gore, a journalism senior at the University of Oklahoma, visited at an OEPA luncheon for Stitt last Thursday. Gore has an interest in public service and includes political science as a minor to his studies at OU.

Stitt upbeat about Oklahoma’s future at OEPA luncheon

Commentary by Paul Laubach Governor Kevin Stitt addressed the Oklahoma Energy Producer’s Alliance at a private luncheon in Oklahoma City last Thursday, Sept. 12, 2019. Stitt was very upbeat about

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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

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Parker Webb finds a crease and bursts into the open field for a 70-yard touchdown run for Canton. Webb was the only player for either Canton team to reach paydirt in the opening week.

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Luke Swartwood denies the Seiling receiver from a big play as he swats the ball away from him in the Tigers’ season-opening loss. Swartwood also rushed four times for 15 yard and completed a pass for 22 more.

Canton youngsters open up football season dropping a pair of games to Seiling

The Canton Tigers’ Pee Wee and Junior High football teams kicked off their seasons last Tuesday with a pair of games against the Seiling Wildcats. Unfortunately, neither team was able

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