The Tigers and the Playoffs
Oct28

The Tigers and the Playoffs

It’s this simple. The Galion Tigers’ post-season possibilities lie in no one’s hands but their own. In the most recent unofficial computer rankings for Ohio Division IV, Region 12, the Tigers are at number eight – one ahead of Upper Sandusky. And, as it so happens, the regular season ends this coming Friday night in Unckrich Stadium when the Upper Rams come to town. The current standards are as follows: 1 9-0 1314 Caledonia River...

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Tigers Take Fairbanks; Madison Comes to Town on Friday
Sep01

Tigers Take Fairbanks; Madison Comes to Town on Friday

It was a night of new beginnings. Facing their first MOAC Red Division opponent a year before such contests would turn into league matches, the Galion Tigers made the 1 ½ hour trek to the south on Friday. There, they overpowered and outplayed the host Fairbanks Pathers, winning 40-12. In addition to being the first game played there for Galion, it also saw the return of a very strong kicking game, something Galion fans have hoped for...

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Tiger Football Begins on Friday; Team Noted in Preseason Poll
Aug24

Tiger Football Begins on Friday; Team Noted in Preseason Poll

It’s bound to be an interesting year for the Galion Tiger football squad, as the Tigers begin play this coming Friday. For one thing, this will be Galion’s last year in the North Central Conference. The NCC is dissolving at the end of the 2013-2014 year after a majority of its member schools – including all Crawford County high schools with the exception of Galion, which wasn’t invited – bolted to join the new Northern 10 (N10)...

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Tigers Poised to Get New, Old Rival
Aug07

Tigers Poised to Get New, Old Rival

In the fall of 2015, the Galion Tigers may be getting a new rival on their schedule for conference sports. Actually, it’s an old rivalry that’s about to be rekindled. As our readers know, the upcoming school year is the last for Galion in the North Central Conference. All other Crawford County schools joined other area districts in forming the new Northern 10 (N10) conference. Galion, in turn, announced that it would be joining the...

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GHS Remains Division IV; Upper Bolts from MOAC
Jun13

GHS Remains Division IV; Upper Bolts from MOAC

The Ohio High School Athletic Association released official enrollment figures today for Ohio high schools for use in determining which division each will be in for the 2013-2014 football season, as the OHSAA’s new divisional breakdowns were set. Those numbers revealed that Galion High School has the largest enrollment of any current member of the North Central Conference, with 224 male enrollees. Four other schools retained...

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