After seven games, the possibilities lie ahead of the Canton High football team.
For the first time in 46 years, the Warriors have a legitimate shot to win a league championship. And they have an opportunity to play in the state playoffs for the first time. But three things have to happen.
- Stay healthy and avoid crucial injuries. Most players play on both sides of the ball.
- Don’t look ahead. If they do, they’ll stumble and their dreams will be dashed.
- Keep winning.
It’s a challenging slate ahead for Canton (6-1, 6-0 Pequot Uncas) as they enter the final month of the regular season.
Canton plays its final road game Saturday at 1 p.m., against Gilbert/Northwestern, which went to the Class M playoffs a year ago. Canton hosts an athletic Hyde-New Haven team on Saturday, Nov. 8 before hosting Avon for the final time on Nov. 15. The Warriors close out the season on Thanksgiving morning against Granby in the battle for the old red milk jug.Continue Reading