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Tigers Head To Kenton Friday

Story By: Jeff Alan

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 11/5/2013

For the second straight year the 9-1 Galion Tigers, co-champs of the NCC have advanced to the playoffs and for the second straight season they will be on the road, this time traveling to 10-0 Kenton which features one of the best passing attacks in Divsion IV. Wildcat quarterback Grant Sherman is just about as big as his arm is strong standing in at 6'5" 220 lbs., averaging over 400 yards through the air a game. However Galion coach Chris Hawkins feels he may have the athletes you need to defend against Kenton in space. Over the course of ten games this season Galion has come up with ten interceptions with Dareian Watkins leading the team with three. Hawkins also feels the best defense could be a good offense. He says his team will look to take advantage of every chance they get to score but at the same time hoping to put together 10 to 12 play scoring drives keeping Sherman on the bench. The winner of the Galion/Kenton matchup will face either Wauseon or Wooster Triway in the regional semifinal next week at a neutral site determined by the OHSAA. Kickoff Friday is at 7:30 in Kenton.

   
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