Massillon Tigers Team News

MASSILLON  When Massillon’s offense breaks the huddle Friday night against Red Lion Christian (Del.), it will find quite a daunting challenge lined up across from it.

COLUMBUS  GlenOak continues to lead its region while a number of playoff regulars throughout the 2000s are on the outside looking in after today’s release of the Ohio High School Athletic Association’s weekly football computer ratings.

One game more than any other on the Massillon football schedule seems to have generated plenty of buzz this season. And that game has finally arrived for the Tigers.

Last fall, Sean Pamphilon, an independent filmmaker, came to Canton to shoot a piece on McKinley’s football team for a series of films called “United States of Football.” While Pamphilon was here, he beca

The Massillon Tigers have assured themselves no worse than a .500 record for 2011, thanks to their 5-1 start. However, the Tigers know good and well that 5-5 won’t be good enough to satisfy their goals.

AKRON  The Massillon Tigers ventured away from the friendly confines of Paul Brown Tiger Stadium for the first time in the 2011 season Friday night as they faced Hoban.

Let the sprint to the finish line begin.

Over the next five weeks, the eight Western Stark County football teams will try to get the momentum going in the positive direction. For some, it’s to help them get into the playoffs, while others are just trying to finish with a winning season.

Here are the probable starting lineups for the Massillon Tigers for tonight’s game between the Tigers and the Hoban Knights at the University of Akron’s InfoCision Stadium.

Massillon (4-1) vs. Hoban (0-5), 7:30 p.m., InfoCision Stadium takes a look at the first half of the high school football season in the Stark County area.