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.
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’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.
Josh Edwards hauls in a pass for a big chunk of yardage in Canton’s scrimmage. The Tigers will be led by a strong group of seniors this fall, with each expected to have an impact on each side of the football.
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Trevor Ross drags a defender for extra yards in Canton’s six-team scrimmage. While Canton will look to take advantage of some of their faster athletes throughout the year, Ross is still going to be the tone-setter on this side of the football with his physical running-style.
(Photo by Toni Goforth)
A pair of defenders drag the Beaver tight end to the ground. Canton fans can use to this picture because the Tigers defense is going to be a gang-tackling bunch that swarms to the football on every play moving forward.
Voters return to the polls for a second time on Tuesday, September 10 to cast their ballots on a $3.1M school bond proposition. The bond would provide capital improvements such as a new field house, additions to the Agricultural Education building, High School roof repairs, and fencing and equipment for the elementary playground.