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Three Tigers named in News-Sentinel Top 5

Keith Colgan Photography The Lodi News-Sentinel released its Top 10 football players in its circulation area last week. After Joseph Heryford and James McClain found spots within the 6-10 range, three more Tigers made the top five. Senior Cory Glasgow, a running back and strong safety, earned the No. 1 spot while returning quarterback and free safety Ralph Martinez was selected No. 2. Three-year Varsity starter Zach Fleming took the No. 4 spot. To read the entire News-Sentinel collection of stories, please click one of the links below. News-Sentinel article #6-10 News-Sentinel article #1-5 #News

Tigers bring back hardware from Lake Tahoe Football Camp

From June 21st to 24th, the Tigers Varsity, Frosh/Soph and Freshman football teams participated in the 5th Annual Lake Tahoe Football Camp. The camp is run by former Head Coach and Athletic Director Louis Franklin, now the Head Coach at South Tahoe High School, Tokay won the Trench Wars Linemen Challenge, a competition that involves competing against other teams in five events: Tire Flip Relay, Tackle Ring Stack, Obstacle Course, Big Man Relay and Tug-of-War. The Tigers also lost in the championship game of the 7-on-7 tournament. Multiple players won individual titles in the Speed & Strength competition and Tokay took home the team title. Winners in the competition included: Junior Dillon Sc

High school football: Team camaraderie building for Glasgow, Tigers

Tokay running back Cory Glasgow looks to go up the field in Thursday's 7-on-7 passing game against Bradshaw Christian at Cosumnes Oaks High of Elk Grove. ELK GROVE — Cory Glasgow is known for his running abilities. Now the Tokay High football running back is looking to make a bigger name for himself on defense. On the offensive side, Glasgow rushed 142 times for 901 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2016. At times, he played at defensive back. But the 5-foot-6, 170-pound athletic Glasgow, who faced much bigger defensive ends and linebackers last fall on both sides of the ball, has been moved to strong safety. That is the spot he played for Tokay on Thursday at Cosumnes Oaks’ Thursday Night Lights,

High school football: Area squads hit the road for 7-on-7

Mike Bush/News-Sentinel Tokay football coach Michael Holst goes over instructions on defense with defensive back Marcell Norwood during a 7-on-7 game against Bradshaw Christian of Elk Grove at Cosumnes Oaks High. Watching are Nathan Branco (4) and assistant coach Mike Pedraza. Three of the four Lodi area high school football teams were in action in Elk Grove on Thursday. Tokay, Liberty Ranch and Galt were three of the six high school varsity football teams competing in the Thursday Night Lights 7-on-7 passing games at Cosumnes Oaks High. Each team had three games that lasted approximately 30 minutes. Tokay played Galt, Cosumnes Oaks and McNair. Tokay coach Michael Holst and his assistant coa