The Canton Lady Warriors advenced to the second round of the PIAA state playoffs with their win over Mount Calvary on Tuesday, Nov. 5.
class="p1">Most playoff games are tough. They can go scoreless for long periods of time during a contest. The game between Canton and South Williamsport was no different.
When the Lady Warriors started this season, they set out with the expectation of capturing their third straight D4 title. They reached that goal after their 3-0 sweep of NE Bradford on Thursday, Oct. 31 in the District IV
class="p1">The stakes were already high coming into a rivalry game such as this. The mantra on the night: bring home the shoe. That's what Troy and Canton came to play for. However, there was still waymore at stake for the
In a game full of turnovers, the Canton Warriors held on to beat North Penn-Mansfield 20-7 at Island Park on Friday, October 18.
class="p1">For the second consecutive year the Canton Warriors have earned a 3-0 mark to start the season after a 44-15 win over the Wyalusing Rams on Friday, Sept. 6.
class="p1">The Lady Warriors earned a third place finish in the annual Williamson Volleyball tournament on Saturday, Sept. 7.
class="p1">In what was a week one shootout a year ago, The Canton Warriors put up a dominant performance over the Towanda Black Knights on Friday, Aug. 23 with a 40-6 win.
WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. – Led by a group of five wrestlers, nine Lycoming College winter student-athletes earned a slot on the Academic All-MAC team, the conference office in Annville, Pa., announced on Tuesday, June 11.
class="p1">Born during the Whitehill Duals while his father, Lyle, wrestled his senior year at Lycoming College in 1996, senior Garrett Wesneski (Canton, Pa./Canton Area) always seemed fated to wrestle at the school, even after spending three years at the University of Maryland before deciding to finish his career at Lycoming under the guidance of his dad's former coach, Roger Crebs, in the summer of 2017.
ROANOKE, Va. - Canton grad Garrett Wesneski, a senior at Lycoming College, capped a brilliant season with an overtime win Saturday night to claim the 285-pound title at the NCAA Division III Wrestling National Championships here at the Burgundy Center.
The Big 33 game brings the best of the best of Pennsylvania and Maryland to meet up on the football field.