When Canton travels to Turpin this Friday, they will be doing so with their playoff hopes on the line, as the Tigers must defeat the Cardinals by a substantial margin
School News & Sports
With both of Canton’s leading rushers out against Laverne, Claysen Scott was asked to take an even bigger role in the Canton offense, running the ball 12 times, throwing 14 and even going out for a pass on a trick play.
As a freshman, Hudsen Scott has seen time on both the junior high and high school team, and last Friday, he stepped into a starting a role as a running back and defensive back. The younger of the two Scott boys intercepted a pass in their loss to Laverne, while also catching a touchdown pass from his older brother Claysen.
Last Friday, the Canton Tigers traveled to Laverne for their first district game of the season. Laverne is currently ranked fifth in Class B, and unfortunately, they looked like it
Last week was a crazy one for the Canton Tigers’ football team. Still, Friday came and they had a game to play against the Waukomis Chiefs. After finding out that
Last Thursday, the Canton Tigers hosted Timberlake for a Pee Wee and Junior High football game on a chilly evening. While the fifth and sixth-graders lost by a score of
Hayden Thompson, Kayce Thompson and Dora Fuqua were honored as co-captains for Canton’s WinWin Game against Ringwood last Thursday. Every year, high school teams across the state of Oklahoma participate in the event to help spread awareness and raise funds to help detect, treat, and someday cure cancer.
Caden Koehn helps pave the way for Claysen Scott to break off a big run against the Ringwood Red Devils. (Photo by Austin Smith)
Last Thursday, the Canton Tigers welcomed the Ringwood Red Devils to town, as the two teams competed in their 2019 Win-Win matchup in which the Tigers lost a hard-fought contest by a score of 25-10