Canton had two medalists at Trojan Wars this past week.
Ben Fitch had 19 points, six boards, and two steals as Canton held on to beat NEB, 50-40, during NTL Division-II boys’ basketball action.
Canton held on to defeat Millville 36-31 to claim their girls’ basketball tournament title.
Canton defeated Weatherly, 55-34, to claim the CMVT Basketball Tournament title.
Canton dominated Millville for a 58-29 win in boys' basketball action.
Canton dropped a close to Towanda in their home opener, falling 59-53 in NTL boys' basketball action.
Canton fell to Towanda, 44-29, during NTL girls' basketball action.
Canton dropped their season opener, 57-30, to Sullivan County in non-league boys' basketball action.
Canton lost a heartbreaker to Troy, 33-31, in NTL girls’ basketball action.
Canton defeated Wyalusing 52-48 in NTL girls’ basketball action.
Canton dropped their season opener to North Penn-Liberty, 44-34, during the opening round of the Liberty Tournament.
Canton went toe-to-toe with the top ranked team in the state, but couldn’t overcome some self-inflicted miscues as they lost to Steel-High 28-21 during the PIAA, Class A Eastern Finals.
Canton dominated in all three facets of the game as they used a first quarter blitz in their 42-13 win over Northern Cambria during the PIAA, Class A Football Quarterfinals.
Canton shook off a slow start to dominate Muncy, 42-7, to repeat as District IV, Class A football champions.
Canton football dominated South Williamsport to the tune of 42-13 in their District IV, Class A semifinal on Saturday.