Northwest Indians Team News

Mike Ranalli's Canton connection was strong from birth. His father, John, and uncle Tony went to McKinley High School. Brother John attended Timken. Uncles Rob and Richard and a cousin went to Central Catholic.

Former McKinley standout Antonio Hall started his career as a 209-pound middle linebacker.

Not in high school. In fourth grade.

Like many boys who grew up in the 1980s, Dave Monnot loved baseball.

There was something about football, however, that really influenced the former Central Catholic tackle.

Time forgets some of the names that belong in the Stark County High School Football Hall of Fame.

Yet, it is understandable that it took Lou Mariano this long to get in.

Getting knocked out in practice during his one year of playing high school football at Timken ended Ben Zampino’s career as a player.
 
“My mom said, ‘No more,’” he recalls.
 
Zampino, though, still lo
Tickets are available for the annual Stark County High School Football Hall of Fame Banquet, which is Friday at Skyland Pines.
 
The banquet will introduce the Class of 2016, which features former McKinley stars Che Bryant, Ike

Finding guys to generate offense should not be too much of a problem for the 2016 Canton Repository-Pro Football Hall of Fame East-West All-Star Football Game.

COLUMBUS  The Ohio High School Athletic Association’s Board of Directors has approved the 2016 football tournament regulations, which include moving all Division I football playoff games to Friday nights in November for the first time since 1980.

Over the last two decades, McKinley High football coach Dan Reardon has learned two ironclad rules about recruiting.
 
1: If you want to play college football, he can help you.
 
2: If you want to play Division I college football, God needs to help you.
 
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