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Hannah Link paces CHS indoor track team in loss to Sharon

Both CHS indoor track teams are still looking for their first meet win after falling to Sharon last Wednesday at the Reggie Lewis Track Center in Boston. The girls lost to the Eagles 71-29 and the boys lost 80-19 as both teams fell to 0-3 on the season. For the girls team, senior Hannah Link […]

CHS girls hockey honors legacy of the late Pat Walsh

Sophomore Maggie Malloy anchors the lady Bulldogs' top forward line. (Mike Barucci photo)

An encouraging start to last week’s inaugural Pat Walsh Memorial Tournament ended in heartbreak for the Canton High girls ice hockey team last Friday as the lady Bulldogs fell just short against Westwood in a game that they desperately wanted to win. While it counted no more or no less in the standings than any […]

Boys hoop erupts for 84 in memorable 1st win

CHS boys basketball coach Ryan Gordy has said repeatedly that he needs other players to step up and take some of the scoring load off top players Tony Harris and Devin Foster, and the team answered the call in a big way last Thursday at Middleboro. Losers of three straight to open the season, the […]

Icemen edge Bishop Feehan for season’s 1st victory

Senior captain and two-time all-star defenseman Jackson Maffeo is off to a strong start. (Mike Barucci photo)

The third time was the charm for the Canton High boys ice hockey team as the Bulldogs picked up victory number one with a hard-fought 1-0 win over Bishop Feehan last week. While the young Canton icemen have yet to find their groove offensively, head coach Brian Shuman thought they played a solid game overall […]

Bulldog wrestlers open new campaign with high hopes

Freshman Eddie Marinilli has reached the finals of his first 2 postseason tournaments. (Mike Barucci photo)

Blessed with considerable roster depth and some legitimate top-end talent, the CHS wrestling team enters the 2016-17 season full of excitement and with high hopes for a strong winter campaign. Already, the Bulldogs have a convincing league win under their belts — 51-27 over Oliver Ames — along with a program-best showing at the annual […]

Boys hoop flashes big potential despite 0-2 start

The CHS boys basketball team opened the 2016-17 campaign with back-to-back losses to Hockomock Kelley-Rex opponents Attleboro and Mansfield, but Bulldog head coach Ryan Gordy is still quite excited about the growth of the team. In last Tuesday’s opener at Attleboro, Canton hung tough before bowing out at the end 64-55. The Bulldogs also kept […]

Speed, hustle, hard work pay off early for CHS senior


The CHS girls soccer team has enjoyed quite a bit of success over the past four seasons, and it has been due in no small part to the play of senior forward Hannah Link. This season, Link’s offensive connection with classmate Tessa Cudmore provided for 17 goals and 12 assists and helped spark the team’s […]

CHS volleyball falls short in return to sectional finals

Senior captain Emma Murphy (Mike Barucci photo)

After an impressive showing against division foe Milford in last Wednesday’s Division 2 central semifinals, the Canton High girls volleyball team found itself in a familiar position on Saturday — squaring off against a highly ranked opponent on a neutral court with a sectional championship on the line. “Unfortunately,” noted head coach Pat Cawley after […]

Character Crew honored as ‘Champions of Wellness’

L-R: Character Crew members Emily Fabbiano, Kelsey Irons, Jackson Maffeo, Nicole Poole and Maria Mackie with an MIAA representative

The Canton Character Crew, a high school peer leadership program founded by K-12 Wellness Coordinator Ryan Gordy, was honored last month with the MIAA Champions of Wellness Student Award — a prestigious honor given to a student or group that exemplifies healthy life choices and demonstrates leadership within their school community. The Character Crew received […]

Soccer juggernaut ends Bulldogs’ season

Senior captain Sammy Papakonstantino provided a spark for the Bulldogs after returning from injury. (Mike Barruci photo)

Last week’s two-game postseason run for the CHS boys soccer team was a study in contrasts as the Bulldogs followed up a convincing win against No. 16 Bristol-Plymouth with an equally convincing defeat against the top-seeded, undefeated, and seemingly invincible Nauset Warriors. With the win and the loss, Canton ends its season just over .500 […]

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