Canton's Riley Parker took sixth at the PIAA Wrestling Championships, while teammate Hayden Ward came up just short of the medals.
Three Canton wrestlers advanced out of the District IV Wrestling Tournament, with all three earning bronze medals.
Canton fell to Wyalusing, 54-44, during District IV, Class AA boys' basketball semi-final action.
The Canton girls' basketball team fell to top seeded Southern Columbia 54-28 during District IV, Class AA girls' basketball first round action.
The Canton girls' basketball team won their first playoff hoops game in 20 years, beating Northwest 37-28 during the preliminary District IV, Class AA contest.
Canton won their third straight North Section wrestling title, amassing 187.5 points and crowning three champions.
Canton fell to Troy 78-54 during the opening round of the NTL Showcase in boys' basketball action.
Canton lost to Towanda 46-11 during the opening round of the NTL Showcase in girls' basketball action.
A go ahead 3-pointer from Kendall Kitchen, followed by a Molly Ward put back, helped Canton edge Williamson 35-32 in overtime during NTL Division-II girls' basketball action.
Canton out scored Williamson 22-8 in the second half to pull out a 31-23 win during NTL girls' basketball action.
Canton got 10 points off the bench from Sammy Brackman, eight of them in the fourth quarter, as they rallied past CV 45-42 during NTL Division-II girls' basketball action.
Canton used a 19-point fourth quarter to pull away from Northeast Bradford, 38-27, during NTL Division-II boys' basketball action.
On Thursday Canton's Caiden Williams announced he would be playing football next season at Lycoming College.
Isaiah Niemczyk scored 31 points, but Canton couldn't get anyone else going in their 54-46 loss to Wyalusing during NTL Division-II boys' basketball action.
A 24-4 second quarter run by the Canton Lady Warriors propelled them to a 45-17 NTL Small School Division win over North Penn-Liberty on Tuesday, February 8.