FEDERAL LEAGUE FOOTBALL HISTORY
1964
The Federal League was officially formed. Federal League charter members included, Canton South, Fairless, Canton Glenwood, Massillon Jackson, Marlington, Massillon Perry and Sandy Valley.
League Champion: Canton Glenwood.
1965
League Champion: Massillon Jackson.
1966
League Champion: Canton Glenwood.
1967
League Champion: Massillon Perry.
1968
Sandy Valley dropped out of the Federal League.
Louisville, Canton Oakwood and North Canton Hoover joined the Federal League. North Canton Hoover was independent prior to joining the Federal League. First known as Hoover when North Canton High School absorbed Greentown High School in 1957.
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Canton Oakwood.
1969
League Champion: Massillon Perry.
1970
League Co-Champions: Massillon Perry & Louisville.
1971
League Champion: Louisville.
1972
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (AA). Lost to Akron St Vincent-St Mary 42-6.
1973
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
1974
League Champion: Louisville.
1975
Fairless drops out of the Federal League.
Canton Glenwood and Canton Oakwood merge to form Canton GlenOak.
Canton Lincoln and Canton Lehman are absorbed into Canton McKinley and Canton Timken.
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
1976
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
1977
League Champion: Louisville.
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Joseph 13-6 in the State Semifinals (AAA).
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Championship (AAA). Lost to Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 14-2.
1978
League Champion: Louisville.
1979
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
1980
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Perry.
1981
League Champion: Louisville
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Joseph 24-0 in the State Semifinals (Division I).
Canton McKinley beat Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 13-0 in the State Championship (Division I).
1982
League Champion: Canton GlenOak.
1983
Alliance joins the Federal League.
League Champion: Alliance.
1984
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Perry.
North Canton Hoover beat Mayfield 30-0 in the State Semifinals (Division I).
North Canton Hoover qualified for the State Championship (Division I). Lost to Toledo St Francis deSales 17-14.
1985
Marlington drops out of the Federal League.
League Co-Champions: Canton GlenOak & Massillon Perry.
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Joseph 28-7 in the State Semifinals (Division I).
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Championship (Division I). Lost to Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 35-11.
1986
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Jackson.
North Canton Hoover qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Willoughby South 27-24.
1987
League Tri-Champions: North Canton Hoover, Alliance & Massillon Perry.
1988
Wooster, New Philadelphia and Canton Timken join the Federal League.
The Federal League adopts a two-division format: American Division: Alliance, GlenOak, North Canton Hoover, Massillon Jackson, and Massillon Perry; National Division: Canton South, Uniontown Lake, Louisville, New Philadelphia, Canton Timken and Wooster.
League Four-Way Champions: North Canton Hoover, Canton GlenOak, Uniontown Lake & Massillon Perry.
1989
League Four-Way Champions: North Canton Hoover, Canton GlenOak, Wooster & Massillon Jackson.
1990
The Federal League returns to a one-division format.
Canton South and Louisville drop out of the Federal League and join the newly formed Northeastern Buckeye Conference.
League Champion: Massillon Jackson.
1991
League Champion: Uniontown Lake.
Uniontown Lake beat Steubenville 18-7 in State Semifinals (Division II).
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Fostoria 21-6.
1992
League Champion: Massillon Perry.
1993
League Co-Champions: Uniontown Lake & Massillon Perry.
Uniontown Lake beat Chardon 29-7 in the State Semifinals (Division II).
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to St Mary’s Memorial 21-0.
1994
League Tri-Champions: Uniontown Lake, Massillon Perry & Canton GlenOak.
1995
Canton Timken drops out of the Federal League.
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Perry.
1996
League Co-Champions: Alliance & Massillon Jackson.
1997
New Philadelphia drops out of the Federal League.
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Perry.
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Ignatius 20-19 in State Semifinals (Division I).
Canton McKinley beat Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 31-16 in the State Championship (Division I).
Uniontown Lake beat Columbus Bishop Watterson 14-3 in the State Semifinals (Division II).
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Defiance 36-10.
1998
League Tri-Champions: North Canton Hoover, Uniontown Lake & Massillon Jackson.
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Ignatius 31-24 in the State Semifinals (Division I).
Canton McKinley beat Cincinnati St Xavier 33-10 in the State Championship (Division I).
1999
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Perry.
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 14-10.
2000
League Co-Champions: North Canton Hoover & Massillon Perry.
Massillon Perry qualified for the State Semifinals (Division I). Lost to Solon 28-7.
2001
League Champion: Massillon Jackson.
Green qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Toledo St. Francis deSales 22-19.
2002
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
2003
Alliance and Wooster drop out of the Federal League.
Austintown Fitch, Boardman and Canton McKinley play a Federal League as non-members.
Joe Eaton, former Athletic Director at North Canton Hoover is appointed Federal League Commissioner.
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
2004
Austintown Fitch, Boardman and Canton McKinley officially join the Federal League in football.
League Champion: Austintown Fitch.
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland Glenville 20-17 in the State Semifinals (Division I).
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Championship (Division I). Lost to Cincinnati Colerain 50-10.
2005
League Champion: Canton McKinley.
2006
League Champion: Canton McKinley.
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Semifinals (Division I). Lost to Mentor 18-13.

2007
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
2008
League Champion: North Canton Hoover.
North Canton Hoover qualified for the State Semifinals (Division I). Lost to Cleveland St Ignatius 34-7.
2009
League Champion: Canton GlenOak.
2010
League Champion: Austintown Fitch.
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Trotwood-Madison 34-27.
2011
Austintown Fitch drops out of the Federal League.
League Co-Champions: Canton McKinley & Youngstown Boardman.
2012
League Champion: Canton McKinley.
2013
League Champion: Canton McKinley.
2014
League Champion: Canton GlenOak.
Boardman drops out of the Federal League.

2015
Green joins the Federal League.
Canton Timken is absorbed into Canton McKinley.
League Co-Champions: Massillon Perry & Canton GlenOak.
Massillon Perry beat Worthington Kilbourne 28-7 in the State Semifinals (Division II).
Massillon Perry qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Cincinnati LaSalle 42-0.
2016
League Champion: Massillon Perry.
Massillon Perry beat New Albany 17-6 in the State Championship (Division II).

FEDERAL LEAGUE FOOTBALL POST-SEASON
Canton McKinley (23)
2016, 2015, 2013, 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2006, 2005, 2004, 2001, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1995, 1994, 1993, 1986, 1985, 1981, 1980, 1977
North Canton Hoover (18)
2012, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2005, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1995, 1989, 1988, 1987, 1986, 1984
Uniontown Lake (17)
2016, 2015, 2010, 2007, 2006, 2004, 2003, 2002, 1999, 1998, 1997, 1996, 1994, 1993, 1991, 1990, 1988, 1972
Canton GlenOak (10)
2016, 2015, 2014, 2012, 2011, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2004, 2000, 1985
Massillon Perry
2016, 2015, 2014, 2006, 2002, 2000, 1999
Green
2004, 2003, 2002, 2001, 2000, 1993
Massillon Jackson
2016, 2004, 2001, 2000, 1998, 1990
FEDERAL LEAGUE FOOTBALL STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TOURNAMENT
1972
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (AA). Lost to Akron St Vincent-St Mary 42-6
1977
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Joseph 13-6 in the State Semifinals (AAA)
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Championship (AAA). Lost to Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 14-2
1981
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Joseph 24-0 in the State Semifinals (Division I)
Canton McKinley beat Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 13-0 in the State Championship (Division I)
1984
North Canton Hoover beat Mayfield 30-0 in the State Semifinals (Division I)
North Canton Hoover qualified for the State Championship (Division I). Lost to Toledo St Francis deSales 17-14
1985
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Joseph 28-7 in the State Semifinals (Division I)
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Championship (Division I). Lost to Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 35-11
1986
North Canton Hoover qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Willoughby South 27-24
1991
Uniontown Lake beat Steubenville 18-7 in State Semifinals (Division II)
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Fostoria 21-6
1993
Uniontown Lake beat Chardon 29-7 in the State Semifinals (Division II)
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to St Mary’s Memorial 21-0
1997
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Ignatius 20-19 in State Semifinals (Division I)
Canton McKinley beat Cincinnati Archbishop Moeller 31-16 in the State Championship (Division I)
Uniontown Lake beat Columbus Bishop Watterson 14-3 in the State Semifinals (Division II)
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Defiance 36-10
1998
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland St Ignatius 31-24 in the State Semifinals (Division I)
Canton McKinley beat Cincinnati St Xavier 33-10 in the State Championship (Division I)
1999
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Cuyahoga Falls Walsh Jesuit 14-10
2000
Massillon Perry qualified for the State Semifinals (Division I). Lost to Solon 28-7
2001
Green qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Toledo St. Francis deSales 22-19
2004
Austintown Fitch, Boardman and Canton McKinley officially join the Federal League in football
Canton McKinley beat Cleveland Glenville 20-17 in the State Semifinals (Division I)
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Championship (Division I). Lost to Cincinnati Colerain 50-10
2006
Canton McKinley qualified for the State Semifinals (Division I). Lost to Mentor 18-13
2008
North Canton Hoover qualified for the State Semifinals (Division I). Lost to Cleveland St Ignatius 34-7
2010
Uniontown Lake qualified for the State Semifinals (Division II). Lost to Trotwood-Madison 34-27
2015
Massillon Perry beat Worthington Kilbourne 28-7 in the State Semifinals (Division II)
Massillon Perry qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Cincinnati LaSalle 42-0
2016
Massillon Perry beat New Albany 17-6 in the State Semifinals (Division II)
Massillon Perry qualified for the State Championship (Division II). Lost to Cincinnati LaSalle 14-7