Massillon Tigers Team News

TIME  7 p.m.

SITE  Reno Saccoccia Field

MASSILLON  Alex Winters had played in a couple of big games in the course of the first six contests of Massillon’s 2009 season.

When GlenOak’s Bri’onte Dunn rushed for 249 yards in Massillon’s only loss of this season in Week 2, it conjured up memories of the Tigers’ struggles to stop the run in 2010.

Two weeks remain in the high school football season. For teams, that means two more chances to bolster their positions in the playoff push.

COLUMBUS  Despite staying undefeated, Minerva dropped from the top of its region. Despite suffering its first loss, GlenOak remained a solid No. 1 in its.

Talent was never something the Massillon offensive coaches believed their receivers lacked. Experience, well, that was a completely different thing.

Maumee carried with it an unfamiliarity for the Massillon Tigers due to its location in Northwest Ohio. Red Lion Christian Academy had a certain mystery around it — even with all the hype accompanying it — because of its setting in Delaware.

MASSILLON  Not all of Massillon’s performances over its 7-1 start have been the same.

MASSILLON  The Massillon Tigers waited through a nearly hour-long delay before they could get started with Thursday night’s game against Warren Harding. Once they were able to get under way, they didn’t wait around to jump on the Raiders.

WHEN  Thursday, 7 p.m. (Live on FS Ohio)
SITE  Paul Brown Tiger Stadium
RECORDS  Warren Harding 1-6; Massillon 6-1