Thursday, April 24, 2014

Massillon Youth Football - General Information

Follow the link below to find all of the details regarding the NEW Massillon Youth Football Program

Massillon Youth Football
April 16, 2014
Dear parents,
We have changed times and added locations to the existing sign up dates for the Massillon Youth Football Program.  Please be aware of all the information pertaining to the program.If you cannot make these sign-up dates, registration packets will be available at the Washington High School main office. If you are mailing your registration, please mail it t:
Washington High School
1 Paul Brown Drive
SE, Massillon, Ohio, 44646
In order to print the registration form out at home, please visit: which is on the school district website. 
For any youth football related questions, please call 330-737-1068 or email
Jason Hall 

Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Tigers Sophomore Christopher Machamer made his home debut in 6-2 victory over Perry.

Tigers Sophomore Christopher Machamer made his home debut, and got the Tiger Win on the mound.

By Independent staff report
Posted Apr. 21, 2014 @ 11:36 pm

The Massillon Tigers did all their damage early in Monday’s matchup against visiting Perry, scoring six runs in the first two innings and holding off the Panthers for an eventual 6-2 win at Ducky Schroeder Field.
“It was an intense game, and there was a lot of energy on both sides,” Massillon coach Neall French said after his team upped its record to 9-8. “It was a well-pitched game on both sides. Our guys came out swinging the bats well and had some good at-bats early.”
The Tigers got standout efforts from starter Chris Machamer and reliever Dakota Caldwell. Machamer, a sophomore right-hander who transferred from Walsh Jesuit, struck out five over five innings. Caldwell came on to toss two scoreless innings of relief, recording five of the six outs via strikeout.
Andrew David had two hits for Massillon and helped set the tone with a leadoff double in the first inning. Reed Fichter had three hits and stole two bases for the Tigers.
Perry was limited to just four hits in falling to 4-7. Colin Guscoff had a single, a walk and was hit by pitches twice. John Justyn scored one of the Panthers’ runs with a sacrifice fly.
“It was a good, competitive baseball game,” Perry coach Dave Jones said. “It was good to see kids get out there and compete and learn the game.”
Machamer is one of several newcomers who French hopes will help spur the Tigers during the second half of the season.
“It’s always good to be above .500 and hopefully we can keep it up,” French said. “We’ve hopefully added the pieces that we need for down the stretch. The guys who have played during the first half have gotten better and we’re set up well for down the stretch.”

Check out some photos from the game HERE.

Thursday, April 17, 2014

UPDATE: Varsity Baseball Schedule Updated

The Massillon Washington Tigers Varsity Baseball Team has added the following games to the upcoming schedule.

Thursday, April 17th: Home vs Lincoln West @ 4:30PM
Friday, April 18th: DH-Home vs Springfield @ 11:00AM/Home vs Dover @ 4:30pm
Saturday, April 19th: DH-Away vs Ashland and Sandusky; 1st game at 10:00am, 2nd game will follow the completion of the first game.

The next Junior Varsity Game is scheduled for a road game on Friday @ 4:00pm vs Canton McKinley

David/Eslich 2 hits & 2 RBI’s each, while Pitchers combine for shut-out in Tiger Win

Fifth-inning rally sparks blowout win for the Tigers, 10-0
The Tigers beat Waterloo 10-0 in five innings on Wednesday at WHS after an eight-run explosion in the fifth inning.
Thomas Eslich racked up two RBIs on two hits for the Tigers. He singled in the second inning and doubled in the fifth inning.
The Tigers went up for good in the first, scoring one run on an RBI single by Andrew David. David was 2 for 3 with 2 RBIS on the night, his hits were an RBI single and a deep triple that one hopped the wall in left center field.
Reed Fichter and Danny Border combined for a 2 hit, 5 inning shut out on the mound for the Tigers.

Upcoming Schedule

Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Comeback Kills the Tigers Hopes in 5-4 Loss to Wadsworth

The Tigers saw victory slip away on Saturday when a four-run fifth inning lead disappeared after a furious charge from Wadsworth, who ended up with a 5-4 win at Wadsworth.
John Henry Bronzek went a perfect 3-3 at the dish for the Tigers. He singled in the first and third innings and doubled in the fifth inning.
Wadsworth was sparked by Campbell and Young, who teamed up for four hits and three RBIs.
The top of the first saw the Tigers take an early lead, 1-0. The Tigers attack began with a double from Joseph Smythe. A single by John Henry then moved Joseph from second to third.
Wadsworth survived the Tigers’ surge and put up one run of its own in the fifth. Wadsworth scored on an RBI double by Egleston.

Upcoming Schedule