Sports

Thu
08
Jun

Eagles dominate District 13-4A Superlatives

Most Valuable Player – Hunter Moore

With the 2017 season officially in the books for all District 13-4A baseball teams, coaches released their list of Superlative and All-District honorees.

Not surprisingly, Canton, which won first place overall with a perfect 10-0 record, dominated Superlative recognitions. The Eagles nearly ran the table in Superlative recognitions, winning at least a share of five out of six honors.

Van, which won four out of its final five district game to qualify for the playoffs, earned a share of one Superlative honor and a First Team All-District nod.

Superlative honors included:

-MVP: Hunter Moore, Canton

-Offensive MVP: Simon Miller, Canton

-Defensive MVP: Johnnie Krawietz, Canton; Jacoby Bogue, Van

-Pitcher of the Year: Jake Conner, Brownsboro

-Newcomer of the Year: Tyler Massey, Canton

-Coach of the Year: Jeff Priest, Canton

Players earning All-District First Team honorees included:

Tue
30
May

Eagle golfers compete at State Tournament

The Canton High School boys golf team competed in the 4A State Golf Tournament for the third year in a row this past May 22-23. This year's competition was held at the Horseshoe Bay Resort - Apple Rock Golf Course in Marble Falls.

The Canton Eagle Boys golf team represented Region 2 as Champions and were paired with other Region Champions: Monahans, Waco Robinson and Fredericksburg for round one.

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Tue
23
May

Hawks edge past Eagles in Regional Quarterfinals

The Canton Eagles were a force to be reckoned with on the diamond during the 2017 season, sweeping their way through District 13-4A play with a perfect 10-0 record before adding bi-district and Area round titles in recent weeks.

Canton’s dream season officially drew to a close May 18-19 in the Regional Quarterfinal round of the playoffs as the Eagles fell in each of the first two games of a best-of-three series against perennial baseball power Texarkana Pleasant Grove.

The first two games of the series were originally scheduled to be played in Canton before game one was flipped to Texarkana May 18.

 

 

Tue
23
May

Eagles dominate District 13-4A Superlatives

With the 2017 season officially in the books for all District 13-4A baseball teams, coaches released their list of Superlative and All-District honorees.

Not surprisingly, Canton, which won first place overall with a perfect 10-0 record, dominated Superlative recognitions. The Eagles nearly ran the table in Superlative recognitions, winning at least a share of five out of six honors.

Van, which won four out of its final five district game to qualify for the playoffs, earned a share of one Superlative honor and a First Team All-District nod.

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Tue
23
May

CHS hosts annual athletic banquet

Canton High School hosted its annual athletic banquet May 16, recognizing student-athletes that participated in archery, athletic training, baseball, basketball, cheerleading, cross country, fishing, football, golf, powerlifting, softball, tennis, track and volleyball during the 2016-’17 school year.

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Mon
22
May

Roberts signs with East Texas Baptist University

Basketball standout Courtney Roberts became the sixth Canton High School student-athlete to sign a letter of intent to compete collegiately since May 3. Roberts will be playing at East Texas Baptist University. 

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Sun
21
May

Miller signs letter of intent

Jaeden Miller became one of three student-athletes from Canton High School to sign a letter of intent to compete collegiately May 10.

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Sat
20
May

Cowley Bound

Cordale Harrison, joined by his family and members of the CHS coaching staff, signed a letter of intent to run distance events at Cowley College.

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Fri
19
May

College bound

Matthew Allen, a key part of Canton’s State qualifying boys golf team, signed his letter of intent to compete in golf collegiately during a special ceremony May 10.

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Thu
18
May

Eagles advance to Regional Quarterfinals with 4-3 win

Photo by David Kapitan

Simon Miller picked up the save during Canton’s Area round win over Bullard May 12, registering a strikeout and inducing a game-ending double play.

The Canton Eagles continued to show how resilient they can be, bouncing back from a less than stellar defensive night that included five errors to defeat Bullard 4-3 in Area round play May 12.

Playing at Mike Carter Field in Tyler, the Panthers took advantage of an untimely Eagle fielding error to score two runs in the top of the third inning.

Canton would draw even in the bottom of the fourth, scoring a pair of runs with two outs to tie the score at 2-2. The inning began with two quick outs before Simon Miller, Hunter Moore and Johnnie Krawietz all drew walks to load the bases. Tyler Massey proceeded to deliver a single on the first pitch of his at bat, bringing in Simon Miller and courtesy runner Colbey Johnson.

The score would remain tied until the bottom of the sixth when Canton would proceed to score the eventual winning run in the contest. After two outs to start the inning, Johnnie Krawietz reached via an error on a sharply hit grounder to short.

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