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2016 Hall of Fame Inductees: Justin Zwick & Larry Clayton

October 29, 2016


Justin Zwick

Justin will tell you what an honor it is to be a part of the rich history between the Massillon Tigers and the Canton McKinley Bulldogs. In his high school years at Massillon he was a two time All-Ohioan and owned many Tigers passing record with 772 career passes, 437 competitions, and 63 touchdowns. He is proud to say he and his teammates defeated the Bulldogs their junior and twice their senior year in which he accounted for over 600 yards and 6 touchdowns. Justin accepted a full ride scholarship to play at The Ohio State Buckeyes where he started as a sophomore until and injury sidelined him. Just now lives in Columbus area with this wife Ellen. He is involved in the community through helping with fund raisers, especially the Buckeye Cruise for Cancer. He owns a health care business and does weekly Ohio State Huddle Network podcast during the football season. Justin would like to thank all of the Massillon supporters, former teammates, high school staff and coaches for the wonderful memories he has of being a part of the Massillon Tiger family.


Larry Clayton

Larry played in the McKinley-Massillon rivalry in 1965 & 1966 as a fullback, leading the Bulldogs to victory in 1966, when he carried 9 times for 68 yards on a single scoring drive. Larry graduated as McKinley’s 2nd all-time leading rusher and earned All-County and 2nd Team All-Ohio honors for the season, then continued his education and football career at Arizona Western University. A life-long resident of Canton, this retiree of Aultman Hospital and 1992 McKinley Football Hall of Fame Inductee is a loving father of 2, and grandfather of 6.

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