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Canton High School
Canton, Connecticut
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2014 Pequot Uncas Division champions
Granby 42, Canton 0
At Granby
Canton (0-10)      0 0 0 0 — 0
Granby (10-0)    21 7 7 7 — 42
First quarter
G: Connor Field 32 run (Frederick Moffa kick), 9:46
G: Dominic Pagano 30 run (Moffa kick), 7:11
G: Logan Strain 44 run (Moffa kick), 2:51
Second quarter
G: Pagano 23 run (Moffa kick), 2:23
Third quarter
G: Pagano 55 run (Moffa kick), 11:20
Fourth quarter
G: Trevon Samuels 12 run (Moffa kick), 11:27
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Granby – Pagano 7-167, Field 3-39, Strain 6-60, Samuels 1-12, Tyler Disabella 1-16, Logan Disabella 4-10; Canton – Alex Higley 10-9, Matt Bangs 17-42, Sam Jenkins 3-minus 2
PASSING: Canton – Higley 1-10-0, 36; Granby – no passes
RECEIVING: Canton – Azon Click 1-10
RETURNS: Canton – Jack Szczepanski 3-19 (KO), Dugan Lloyd 2-37 (KO), Brian Connolly 1-9 (KO), Matt Bangs (KO) 1-21, Azon Click (punt) 1-5; Granby – Jacob Hasuer 1-0 (KO)
FUMBLE RECOVERY: Will Carlson (C), Max Klinkert (C), Jacob Hauser (G); SACKS: Hauser and Mark McDermott (G) 1-7, Strain (G) 1-6, Gage Florentino (G) 1-5
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Site established Sept. 2006
2016 Canton High football
Sat., Sept. 10: NONNEWAUG, 1 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 17: at Gilbert/Northwestern, 1 p.m.
Sat., Sept. 24: at Lewis Mills, 1 p.m.
Two bye weeks
Fri., Oct. 14: ELLINGTON, 6:30 p.m.
Fri., Oct. 21: at North Branford, 6:30 p.m.
Sat., Oct. 29: CROMWELL/PORTLAND, 1 p.m.
Fri. Nov. 4: at Morgan, 6:30 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 12: VALLEY REGIONAL/OLD LYME, 1 p.m.
Sat., Nov. 19: at CREC co-op, 11 a.m.
Thurs., Nov. 24: GRANBY, 10 a.m.
2016 record
Overall: 0-0
Pequot West: 0-0

Granby hands Canton season-ending 10th loss
GRANBY, Nov. 25 – It was the annual Thanksgiving rivalry game between Canton and Granby for the old milk jug. But both teams had their minds elsewhere Wednesday night.

Playing in its first game since Nov. 6, the undefeated Bears were looking to polish their game and not give away any secrets. As thrilled as Granby was to finish an undefeated 10-0 season and reclaim the old, red, milk jug with a dominating 42-0 win over Canton, the Bears were playing with an eye toward next Tuesday’s Class S quarterfinal.

Canton, meanwhile, was trying to build a foundation that they can grow upon. It’s been a tough year for the overmatched Warriors. Inexperience, youth, injuries and some players leaving the team at mid-season have left Canton (0-10, 0-5 Pequot West) without many options. Undersized freshmen seldom have success at the varsity level especially against stronger upperclassmen.

Canton had more yardage returning seven kickoffs (87) than they had passing (36) or running the ball (49). The Warriors were shutout for the first time since October 2012 against Gilbert/Northwestern.
Collinsville Press, Nov. 25: Granby blanks Canton to win the old, red milk jug


n  Fans crowd around the Canton High football field for the first home game at the high school in 2009.
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