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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

Valley Regional/OL 62, Canton 22
At Deep River
Canton (0-9)        8 8   0 6 — 22
Valley/OL (5-4)  35 7 14 6 — 62
First quarter
VR: Dan Stecher 29 run (Jared Roche kick), 10:54
VR: Garrett Budrick 7 pass from Matt Sapere (Roche kick), 6:33
VR: Burdick 12 pass from Sapere (Roche kick), 5:28
C: Azon Click 71 pass from Alex Higley (Matt Bangs run), 4:41
VR: Stecher 26 run (Roche kick), 2:49
VR: Stecher 37 punt return (Roche kick), 0:52
Second quarter
C: Click 11 pass from Higley (Bangs run), 6:20
VR: Stecher 2 run (Roche kick), 3:21
Third quarter
VR: Gus Cummins 41 pass from Sapere (Roche kick), 9:36
VR: Stecher 24 run (Roche kick), 0:36
Fourth quarter
C: Bangs 46 run (run fails), 5:57
VR: Mike Cullina 1 run (run fails), 3:31
Individual statistics
PASSING: Canton – Alex Higley 7-20-0, 160; VR/OL – Sapere 8-12-0, 132
RUSHING: Canton – Matt Bangs 30-179, Alex Higley 5-11; VR/OL – Stecher 8-146, Wallace 1-58, Cullina 1-1, Barlett 1-0, Sapere 2-minus 7
RECEIVING: Canton – Azon Click 3-93, Brock Steinfeldt 1-25, Matt Bangs 2-20, Wood 2-22; VR/OL – Burdick 4-51, Jean Pierre 1-41, Roche 1-12, Hunt 1-9, Bocian 1-19

Lewis Mills 40, Canton 14
At Canton
Lewis Mills (4-3) 14 7 12  7 — 40
Canton (0-8)        0 0  0 14 —14
First quarter
LM: Chris Romano 48 pass from Lucas Lanning (Hunter Cowger kick), 9:56
LM: Colin Kennedy 3 run (Cowger kick), 7:39
Second quarter
LM: Mike Ciccarell 6 run (Cowger kick), 2:50
Third quarter
LM: Jimmy Romano 5 pass from Grayson LeBerge (kick failed), 5:03
LM: Kennedy 12 run (kick failed), 2:00
Fourth quarter
C: Matt Bangs 2 pass from Alex Higley (Eddie Melton run), 10:29
C: Alex Higley 1 run (kick failed), 8:19
LM: Chris Romano 48 interception return (Cowger kick), 5:50
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Matt Bangs 7-6, Alex Higley 10-16, Eddie Melton 5-3; Lewis Mills – Colin Kennedy 14-103, Mike Ciccareli 8-62, Lucas Lanning 6-minus 4, Hunter Cowger 6-13, Grayson LaBerge 1-minus 1
PASSING: Canton — Alex Higley 13-30-4, 132; Lewis Mills – Lucas Lanning 11-14-0, 167, Baker 0-1, Grayson LaBerge 1-3-0, 5
RECEIVING: Canton – Mekiah Davis 3-27, Eddie Melton 5-54, Wood 2-24, Matt Bangs 2-12; Lewis Mills – Chris Romano 3-55, Matt Rinkus 3-26, Jimmy Romano 5-86
RETURNS: Canton – Melton 2-0 (kickoffs), Click 1-0 (punt), Bangs 1-8 (kickoff), Davis 1-18 (kickoff), Moreau 1-0 (kickoff); PUNTING: Melton 3-75

Ellington 48, Canton 12
At Ellington
Canton (0-7)         0   6 0 6 — 12
Ellington (6-1)     20 14 7 7 — 48
First quarter
E: Izaiah Castro-Vega 65 run (kick failed), 6:13
E: Mark Hickman 53 pass from Christian Rider (Jay Skorulski kick), 3:10
E: Wellington Silva 20 run (Skorulski kick), 2:13
Second quarter
E: Castro-Vega 48 run (Skorulski kick), 11:00
E: Casto-Vega 45 interception return (Skorulski kick), 8:40
C: Matt Bangs 2 run (run failed), 5:26
Third quarter
E: Kyle Griffith 4 run (Nick Sharpe kick), 7:54
Fourth quarter
C: Ed Melton 2 run (run failed), 9:23
E: Griffith 86 run (Sharpe kick), 8:27
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Matt Bangs 11-80, Eddie Melton 7-minus 1, Alex Higley 7-37, Braedon Bean 1-minus 2, Mekiah Davis 1-minus 4; Ellington – Kyle Griffith 9-120, Izaiah Castro-Vega 3-119, Lesile 3-16, Rellis 2-25, Luginbuhl 2-8
PASSING: Canton – Alex Higley 12-25-2, 150; Ellington – Christian Rider 1-1-0, 52; Moller 2-2-0, 26
RECEIVING: Canton – Eddie Melton 7-97, Mekiah Davis 3-34, Matt Bangs 2-19; Ellington – Mark Hickman 1-52, Redler 2-26
RETURNS: Davis (C) 4-81 (KR); Melton (C) 3-28 (KR); Jack Szczepanski (C) 1-10 (KR); PUNTS: Bean (C) 3-70; KICKOFFS: Bean (C) 3-119

Coginchaug 48, Canton 6
At Canton
Coginchaug (3-3) 16 20 12 0 — 48
Canton (0-6)          0   0   0 6 — 6
First quarter
Cog: Parker Tregoning 3 run (Cameron Powers pass from Westly Benjunas), 11:20
Cog: Tregoning 2 run (Tregoning run), 2:16
Second quarter
Cog: Tregoning 3 run (Tregoning run), 11:52
Cog: Powers 1 run (run fails), 5:57
Cog: Tregoning 30 run (pass fails), 1:01
Third quarter
Cog: Richard Sorensen 3 run (run fails), 5:10
Cog: Anthony Curry 2 run (run fails), 1:39
Fourth quarter
Cant: Mekiah Davis 30 pass from Matt Bangs (no conversion attempted), 0:00
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Matt Bangs 6-13, Jack Szczepanski 1-3, Azon Click 2-minus 2, Sam Jenkins 9-minus 4; Coginchaug – Richard Sorenson 2-18, Westly Benjunas 14-86, Parker Tregoning 16-151
PASSING: Canton – Matt Bangs 4-13-3, 49; Coginchaug – Westly Benjunas 2-6-0, 44
RECEIVING: Canton – Mekiah Davis 2-47, Brock Steinfeldt 2-2; Coginchaug – Erik Stanzel 1-7, Cameron Powers 1-37
SACKS: Canton – Elliot Moreau 1-2, Brock Steinfeldt, Braeden Bean, Julian Adams 1-6; FUMBLE RECOVERY: Bean (Canton) 1, Moreau (Canton) 1, Donnie Zeffiro (Canton) 1, Stanzel (Coginchaug) 1, Michael Cross (Coginchaug 1); INTERCEPTIONS: Tregoning (Coginchaug) 3-35
RETURNS: Powers (Coginchaug) 1-15 (punt); Szczepanski (Canton) 1-10 (KO); Azon Click (Canton) 3-19 (KO); Brian Connelly (Canton) 1-11 (KO)

Morgan 48, Canton 14
At Clinton
Canton (0-5)    0 0 0 14 — 14
Morgan (5-0)  27 7 6 7 — 48
First quarter
M: Gabe Eriksen 39 run (Russell Green kick), 11:04
M: Mateo Zumprano 68 pass from Chucky Kostek (Green kick), 8:55
M: Eriksen 1 run (Green kick), 5:04
M: Eriksen 29 run (kick failed), 0:05
Second quarter
M: John Lee 18 pass from Kostek (Green kick), 3:36
Third quarter
M: Sam Hauser 5 run (kick failed), 4:17
Fourth quarter
C: Sam Bangs 8 run (run fails), 9:24
M: Issac Erikson 31 run (John Lee pass from Kostek), 6:37
C: Jack Szczepanski 8 run (Braedon Bean run), 0:04
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Matt Bangs 16-76, Sam Jenkins 14-70, Jack Szczepanski 4-37, Mekiah Davis 4-minus 1, Bean 3-12, Lloyd 1-minus 7; Morgan – Gabe Eriksen 5-78, Issac Eriksen 7-24, Consiglio 3-16, Hauser 2-24, Savage 1-4, Talarczyk 1-minus 9, Kostek 2-minus 20
PASSING: Canton — Dugan Lloyd 1-3-0, 3; Morgan — Chuck Kostek 4-8-0, 111, Hasuer 1-5-0, 7; Talarczyk 0-1-0
RECEIVING: Canton – Bean 1-3; Morgan – Mateo Zumpano 2-88, John Lee 1-18, Issac Eriksen 1-7, Greg Eriksen 1-5

Gilbert/NWR 29, Canton 7
At Canton
Gilbert/NWR (3-1)0 13 7 9 -- 29
Canton (0-4)         0   7 0 0 -- 7
Second quarter
C: Eddie Melton 13 run (Melton kick)
G: Ben Schiffer 9 run (Joe Colombie kick)
G: Billy Komons 26 run (kick failed)
Third quarter
G: E.J. Claman 6 run (Colombie kick)
Fourth quarter
G: Safety (Kyle Kulinski made tackle in end zone)
G: Gabriel Schwartz 1 run (Colombie kick)
Individual statistics
Rushing: Gilbert/NWR —Billy Komons 18-151, Ben Schiffer 9-77, Jake Roth 10-68, E.J. Claman 2-38, Gabriel Schwartz 4-11, Joe Pedrolini 1-4.; Canton -- Higley 3-minus 13, Davis 1-minus 3, Jenkins 4-5, Bangs 5-16, Melton 16-84
Passing: Gilbert/NWR -- Ben Schiffer 6-17-1, 91, Bill Komons 0-1; Canton -- Alex Higley 0-7-0, 0
Receiving: Gilbert/NWR -- Tucker Kreh 3-56, E.J. Claman 3-35.

Nonnewaug 35, Canton 0
At Woodbury
Canton (0-3)         0   0 0   0 – 0
Nonnewaug (2-1)  0 14 7 14 – 35
Second quarter
N: Zach Mauro 72 run (Mike Criscione kick), 11:31
N: Mauro 8 run (Criscione kick), 2:17
Third quarter
N: Mauro 35 run (Criscione kick), 0:19
Fourth quarter
N: Mauro 17 run (Criscione kick), 10:14
N: Mauro 71 run (Criscione kick), 8:54
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Eddie Melton 11-25, Matt Bangs 6-16, Alex Higley 11-minus 43, Sam Jenkins 2-2; Nonnewaug – Zach Mauro 17-297, Fraser 8-67, Nastri 3-0, Torto 2-3, Southard 3-8, Krizan 1-3
PASSING: Canton – Alex Higley 10-18-3, 104; Nonnewaug – Dominic Nastri 1-7-0, 14
RECEIVING: Canton – Eddie Melton 5-63, Mekiah Davis 3-18, Braeden Bean 1-3, Click 0-0, Matt Bangs 1-20; Nonnewaug – Paige 1-14

CREC 38, Canton 28
At Canton
CREC (1-1)     0 8 6 24 – 38
Canton (0-2)   7 7 6 8 – 28
First quarter
C: Matt Bangs 17 run (Eddie Melton kick), 2:27
Second quarter
C: Bangs 10 run (Melton kick), 2:14
CREC: Omari Said 40 pass from Cristopher Rivera (Said pass from Rivera), 0:12
Third quarter
C: Melton 1 run (kick failed), 8:27
CREC: Khahari Mangual 11 pass from Rivera (run failed), 6:09
Fourth quarter
C: Alex Higley 1 run (Melton run), 10:14
CREC: Marquis Hawkins 1 run (Rivera run), 8:41
CREC: Manny Sanchez 13 run (Rivera run), 2:33
CREC: Rivera 43 run (Rivera run), 0:28
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Eddie Meilton 16-103, Matt Bangs 7-48, Alex Higley 7-40, Sam Jenkins 6-31; CREC – Manny Sanchez 8-71, Cristopher Rivera 15-83, Omari Said 3-99
PASSING: Canton – Alex Higley 7-11-0, 76; CREC – Cristopher Rivera 6-13-0, 155
RECEIVING: Canton – Matt Bangs 2-30, Eddie Melton 4-41, Mekiah Davis 1-5; CREC – Matos 1-0, Said 3-99, Hawkins 1-39, Mangual 1-17
RETURNS: Punts: Melton 1-1; Kickoffs: Melton 3-43, Walczak 1-7, Jenkins 1-21, Click 1-35
FUM RECOVERY: Matt Walczak

SMSA/University 34, Canton 21
At Canton
SMSA/Univ. (1-0) 14   0 8 12 — 34
Canton (0-1)          7 15 0   0 — 21
First quarter
S: Kevyn Brown 8 pass from Blake Breglia (run fails), 9:23
S: Ian Agnew 7 run (Allen Chan run), 4:59
C: Matt Bangs 1 run (Eddie Melton kick), 5:58
Second quarter
C: Sam Jenkins 11 run (kick fails), 5:58
C: Bangs 1 run (Bangs run), 0:02
Third quarter
S: Luis Pereira 15 run (Breglia run), 9:54
Fourth quarter
S: Devyn Lozada 29 pass from Breglia (run fails), 10:47
S: Jordan Young 68 run (pass fails), 6:29
Individual statistics
RUSHING: Canton – Matt Bangs 11-37, Alex Higley 2-15, Eddie Melton 15-62, Sam Jenkins 3-18, Mekiah Davis 3-28; SMSA/Univ. – Blake Breglia 3-16, Jordan Young 7-80, Ian Agnew 6-35, Luis Pereira 17-117
PASSING: Canton – Alex Higley 7-19-0, 127; SMSA/Univ. – 4-13-2, 54
RECEIVING: Canton – Matt Bangs 1-12, Braeden Bean 1-17, Mekiah Davis 2-60, Eddie Melton 2-13, Josh Powell 1-25; SMSA/Univ – Devyn Lozada 2-41, Kevyn Brown 2-17
FUMBLE RECOVERY: John Pintavalle (S); INTERCEPTION: Eddie Melton (C) 1-24, Mekiah Davis (C) 1-10
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2015 Canton High football 
Sat. Sept 12:  SMSA/UNIVERSITY 34, Canton 21
Sat. Sept. 19: CREC 38, Canton 28
Sat. Sept. 26: Nonnewaug 35, Canton 0
Fri. Oct. 2:     Gilbert/Northwestern 29, Canton 7
Sat. Oct. 10:  Morgan 48, Canton 14.
Sat. Oct. 24:  Coginchaug 48, Canton 6
Sat. Oct. 31:  Ellington 48, Canton 12
Sat. Nov. 7:   Lewis Mills 40, Canton 14
Fri. Nov. 13:  Valley Regional/Old Lyme 62, Canton 22
Wed. Nov. 25: Granby 42, Canton 0
2015 record
Overall: 0-10
Pequot West: 0-5

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

Click catches two TD passes in loss to Valley Regional/OL
DEEP RIVER, Nov. 13 – Canton senior Azon Click caught two touchdown passes from quarterback Alex Higley but the Warriors fell to 0-9 with a 62-22 Pequot Conference loss to defending Class S Large state champion Valley Regional/Old Lyme Friday night at Blythe Field.

Click scored on a 71-yard touchdown reception from Higley in the first quarter – the longest scoring play of the season for Canton.
Collinsville Press, Nov. 14: Click catches two TD passes in loss to Valley Regional/Old Lyme

Lewis Mills hands Canton 9th straight loss
CANTON, Nov. 7 -- Colin Kennedy ran for a game-high 103 yards and two touchdowns for Lewis Mills (4-3, 2-2 Pequot West) while quarterback Lucas Lanning completed 11-of-14 passes for 167 yards and two touchdowns in a 40-14 win over Canton Saturday.

Quarterback Alex Higley completed a career-high 13 of 30 passes for 132 yards and one touchdown for the winless Warriors (0-8, 0-4 Pequot West). Brock Steinfeldt had 16 tackles including one for a loss for Canton.
Collinsville Press, Nov. 7: Surging Lewis Mills beats Canton

Ellington looks scary good in win over Canton
ELLINGTON, Oct. 31 -- Junior running back Izaiah Castro-Vega ran for 119 yards and two touchdowns along with scoring on a 45-yard interception return to lead the Purple Knights (6-1, 4-0 Pequot East) to a 48-12 win over Canton. Kyle Griffith ran for a game-high 120 yards and two touchdowns, including an 86-yard scamper in the fourth quarter.

Canton (0-7, 0-3 Pequot West) welcomed back quarterback Alex Higley and running back/receiver Eddie Melton, who had missed the past few games with injuries and illness. Higley completed 12 of 25 passes for 150 yards and two interceptions. Melton caught a game-high seven receptions for 97 yards.
Collinsville Press, Oct. 31: Ellington looks scary good in win over Canton

Coginchaug dominates Warriors on the turf
CANTON, Oct. 24 -- Coginchaug (3-3) dominated Saturday afternoon’s game at the turf field in Canton in a 48-6 Pequot Conference decision. Senior running back Parker Tregoning ran for four touchdowns and a game-high 151 yards. He also intercepted three passes, running back two of them for 35 yards. The game was taped for statewide broadcast on CPTV Sports.
Collinsville Press, Oct. 24: Coginchaug dominates Canton

Huskies overwhelm Canton in Pequot win
CLINTON, Oct. 10 – Undermanned Canton was no match for a hungry Morgan High football team on Saturday. The undefeated Huskies (5-0) scored four touchdowns in the first quarter and had a 34-point lead at halftime of a 48-14 Pequot Conference victory.

Gabe Eriksen scored three touchdowns and ran for 79 yards on just five carries. Quarterback Chuck Kostek completed 4-of-8 passes for 111 yards and a pair of touchdowns. The Huskies recovered three Canton fumbles.
Collinsville Press, Oct. 10: Huskies strike early and often in big win over Canton

Yellowjackets pull away from Warriors
CANTON, Oct. 2 – Billy Komons ran for 151 yards and a touchdown to lead the Gilbert/Northwestern football team to a 29-7 Pequot West Division victory over Canton Friday night under portable lights at the high school.

Four different Gilbert players ran for touchdowns including Komons, Ben Schiffer, E.J. Claman and Gabriel Schwartz. Kyle Kulinski tackled a Canton runner in the end zone for a safety.Eddie Melton gave Canton (0-4, 0-3 Pequot West) an early 7-0 lead after scoring on a 13-yard touchdown run.

Nonnewaug back runs over Warriors in shutout win
WOODBURY, Sept. 26 -- Nonnewaug running back Zach Mauro is off to a great start for his senior season. In two of three games, he has run for nearly 300 yards. He has rushed for 12 touchdowns to help the Chiefs win two of their first three games for the first time in their football history.

Mauro was off to the races Saturday in Woodbury with a dominating performance in a 35-0 win over Canton. Mauro ran for a school-record 297 yards on 17 carries and scored five touchdowns. That is one touchdown shy of the school record he set on opening day with six TDs and 292 yards rushing in a 24-point win over Enfield.
Collinsville Press, Sept. 29: Canton hope to rebound from loss against Nonnewaug

CREC rallies to beat Canton for first varsity win
CANTON, Sept. 19 – Canton High coach Chris Currier can see the improvement of his team but the results aren’t necessarily showing up on the field.

The CREC co-op football team erased a 14-point deficit and scored 24 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to stun Canton, 38-28 and earn their first-ever varsity victory.

“We let one get away,” Currier said. “We played three quarters of good football. We were driving the ball. We were doing what we wanted to do. We were grinding it out.”
Collinsville Press, Sept. 19: CREC rallies for first varsity victory over Canton

Tigerhawks rally in second half to beat Warriors in opener
CANTON, Sept 12 -- Games become a bit more challenging when you’re making mistakes and committing penalties. Canton couldn’t overcome adversity Saturday in its season opening contest with the Sport Medical Science Academy/University High co-op team. On the other side of the field, the Tigerhawks overcame the loss of three starters due to preseason injuries and scored 20 unanswered points in the second half to beat Canton, 34-21 in a Pequot Conference Western Division contest.
Collinsville Press, Sept. 12: Tigerhawks rally to hand Canton a loss in season opener

Warriors will be challenged after a championship season
CANTON, Sept. 9 – A year ago, the Canton High football team had one of its greatest seasons ever. The Warriors (10-2) won a school-record 10 games, won its first championship since 1958, beat Avon in OT to capture that Pequot Uncas title and qualified for the CIAC Class S playoffs for the first time.

A new era in Canton High football begins Saturday under first-year coach Chris Currier when the Warriors host SMSA/University at 1 p.m. on the turf field at the high school. “Realistically, we’ll be competitive. I’m not saying we’re going to win 10 games and I’m not saying we’re going to lose seven games. It will be somewhere in the middle,” Currier said.
Collinsville Press, Sept. 9: Canton will be challenged after a championship season

Former Rockville assistant hired as new football coach
CANTON, June 3 – Canton High has hired its next varsity football coach. Chris Currier, a former assistant coach at Rockville High in Vernon for the past two years, has been hired as the 12th head coach in school history. Currier replaces Paul Philippon who coached the Warriors for three years, posting a record of 24-7. He led Canton to three straight winning seasons. Canton had one of their best seasons last fall, going 10-2, earning a spot in the CIAC Class S tournament for the first time and winning its first league championship since 1958.
Collinsville Press, June 3: Chris Currier hired to coach Canton football squad

Canton moves into Pequot West Division after realignment
CANTON, April 10 -- The Pequot Football Conference is realigning for the third consecutive season. The 19-team league is moving back to a three division format with six teams in each division (West, East, South). Canton will be in the Western Division along with Granby, Gilbert/NWR, SMSA/University, Lewis Mills and Nonnewaug.
Collinsville Press, April 10: Pequot Conference realigns into three divisions

Nine Canton players earn All-Uncas Division honors
CANTON, Dec. 31 -- After a dominant season in the Pequot Conference, Canton was recognized by the league coaches with nine players being named to the All-Uncas Division team, Dan Delos being named player of the year in the Uncas Division and head coach Paul Philippon being named as Pequot Conference coach of the year. 

Canton’s Cam Daley (DB/QB), Sebby Gumbs (DB/RB), Henry Bonini (LB), Shane Toland (DL), Eddie Melton (K), Caiden Permenter (G), Keagan Toland (G), Pearse Walsh (T) and Dan Delos (RB) were recognized with All-Uncas Division honors. 
Collinsville Press, Dec. 31: Canton has nine players on All-Uncas squad 
n  Fans crowd around the Canton High football field for the first home game at the high school in 2009.
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n The Warriors and their fans celebrate Terrence Brophy's 6-yard TD run with no time left on the clock to give Canton a 16-13 win over Avon in the 2013 season opening game.
n Canton hosted its first-ever night game on its new multi-purpose field vs. Lewis Mills in 2013.
n Canton's Dan Delos is on his way to the game-winning touchdown in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 21-14 win over Ellington/Somers.
n Canton's Brock Steinfeldt (44), Dan Delos (34), Cam Daley (3) and Caiden Permenter (59) gang up on Windsor Locks’ Khamri Thomas in Saturday’s 37-13 Pequot Uncas victory.
Canton High players listen to Paul Philippon after a recent win over Enfield.
n Canton's Dan Delos (34) celebrates with teammates after the Warriors beat Avon, 27-21 in overtime to win the Pequot Conference Uncas Division championship.
Canton's Eddie Melton (4) is wrapped up in Saturday's Pequot Conference Western Division contest with SMSA/University in Canton.
Sam Jenkins leads Canton's Eddie Melton (4) in the Warriors' loss to Nonnewaug in Woodbury. (Photo courtesy Bill Brewster)
Canton's Matt Bangs (30) ran for a 46-yard touchdown Friday night against Valley Regional/Old Lyme -- the longest TD run of the season for Canton.