The GHS Tigers’ 2022 football season began with tragedy, and ended with the team returning to playoff action after finishing the regular season with a 6-4 record. Throughout, the team showed courage and determination.

That record landed the team with a first round game at Galion’s former NOL rivals, the Bellveue Redmen. The final score was 40-9.

Below is a roundup of news coverage about the game from media covering both sides.

Congratulations, Tigers, on a remarkable year and for doing your city proud!

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