The Canton Warriors had three players named to the PaHSSBCA All-State team recently.
Canton lost 3-1 to South Williamsport during the District IV, Class AA baseball quarterfinals.
Canton had two medalists at the District IV, Class AA Track and Field Championships last week.
Canton finished off their regular season in style, beating Millville 14-4 during non-league softball action.
Canton's Emmi Ward stole home off an errant throw, and the Warriors edged the defending District IV, Class A champions Montgomery 1-0 in eight innings during softball action.
Canton's Kendall Kitchen was her team's lone individual champion of the NTL Track and Field Championships.
Gavin Morse drove in Cooper Kitchen for the winning run, as Canton rallied to beat Troy 6-5 in eight innings during NTL baseball.
Canton scored seven in the fourth inning en route to a 10-0 win over Towanda during NTL softball action.
Michael Beers homered as Canton held off Towanda, 9-5, during NTL baseball action.
The Canton girls edged out NEB for second place during an NTL quad meet.
Canton used a pair of 3-run innings to down Williamson 7-3 during NTL baseball action.
Canton broke a 13-13 tie with a 3-run top seven to edge Troy 16-13 in NTL softball action.
Sara Saar and Molly Ward combined for six hits, and 8-RBI as Canton rolled to a 12-5 win over Williamson in NTL softball action.
Canton jumped out to a 9-3 lead in the first three innings en route to a 13-4 win over Sullivan County during non-league baseball action.
Canton hung with South Williamsport for five innings, but a 7-run sixth from the Mounties propelled them to a 13-3 win in six innings during non-league baseball action.