SHAMOKIN — 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.
ALTOONA — 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.
TROY — Canton held Troy down defensively, and did enough offensively, to win 28-14 to retain the Old Shoe, and clinch their third straight NTL Division-I title.
Canton fell to Jersey Shore, 23-0, for their first football loss of the season.
Canton used a strong first quarter and dominant defense to beat a pesky Athens squad in NTL football action.
Canton routed Montgomery 73-6 during their homecoming game to improve to 7-0 on the season.
Canton dominated Wyalusing for a 51-13 win during NTL football action.
Canton's defense pitched their fourth shutout in a row as the Warriors defeated South Williamsport 50-0 in football action.
Canton racked up over 300 yards of total offense, and scored two defensive touchdowns, as they defeated Towanda 63-0.
Riley Parker ran for 175 yards and three touchdowns on nine carries to lead Canton past Wellsboro 35-0 during NTL football action.
Canton scored 35 first quarter points en route to a 53-0 win over North Penn-Mansfield during NTL football.
Canton dominated Union on the ground en route to a 31-18 win over the District VII foe in non-league football action.
On Thursday Canton's Caiden Williams announced he would be playing football next season at Lycoming College.