1942 Steubenville Big Red vs Massillon Tigers

Rich Blackburn

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Big Red held a 7-6 halftime lead, the first time since the 1937 Newcastle game that the Tigers trailed.

Scoring

Big Red - John Stojack 23-yard run (Guido Mastrioanni kick) 7-0
Massillon - Chuck Holt ten-yard run (run failed) 7-6
Massillon - Holt one-yard run (Bob Graber run) 13-7
Massillon - Keve Bray eight-yard run (Graber run) 20-7
Massillon - Dallas Power one-yard run (Holt kick) 27-7
Big Red - Dick Roush 51-yard pass from Percy Brown (kick failed) 27-13
Massillon - Graber one-yard run (PAT failed) 33-13

 
 
Big Red held a 7-6 halftime lead, the first time since the 1937 Newcastle game that the Tigers trailed.

Scoring

Big Red - John Stojack 23-yard run (Guido Mastrioanni kick) 7-0
Massillon - Chuck Holt ten-yard run (run failed) 7-6
Massillon - Holt one-yard run (Bob Graber run) 13-7
Massillon - Keve Bray eight-yard run (Graber run) 20-7
Massillon - Dallas Power one-yard run (Holt kick) 27-7
Big Red - Dick Roush 51-yard pass from Percy Brown (kick failed) 27-13
Massillon - Graber one-yard run (PAT failed) 33-13

Not true. In 1940, supposedly Paul Brown's best ever Massillon Tiger team, Canton McKinley scored first and held a 6-0 lead, until Massillon came back to win the game over McKinley. As for 1942, Canton McKinley defeated Massillon 35-0, and positioned the Bulldogs for an undefeated season and the 1942 State Championship.
 
Not true. In 1940, supposedly Paul Brown's best ever Massillon Tiger team, Canton McKinley scored first and held a 6-0 lead, until Massillon came back to win the game over McKinley. As for 1942, Canton McKinley defeated Massillon 35-0, and positioned the Bulldogs for an undefeated season and the 1942 State Championship.
YES TRUE! Although McKinley scored first, at halftime it was Massillon 7 McKinley 6
 
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