Canby was crushed 50-6 by Lakeview in their regular season finale on the road Tuesday.
With playoff matchups set and a new quarterback at the helm, the Lancers went totally vanilla on offense, calling 32 running plays and just four passes.
The Camden Conference cross country meet was held Oct. 19 in Tracy with the varsity girls bringing home first and the boys second.
The Lac qui Parle Valley boys finished in first with their score of 34. Canby-Minneota followed in second with 36 points and Border West in third with 119.
The Canby/Minneota cross country team hosted their annual junior Lancer cross country meet last Friday at the Canby Elementary school, where kids from kindergarten up to fifth grade ran alongside the cross country team.
A week that volleyball fans had circled on their schedule featured three of the best teams in the Camden Conference and Class A as the No. 3 ranked Canby Lancers hosted No. 10 Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Tuesday and No. 2 ranked Minneota Thursday.
Canby Lancer volleyball finished 11th out of 32 teams at the St. Michael-Albertville tournament held Friday and Saturday.
Playing against much larger schools, the Lancers held their own, winning three of five matches.
Canby's big hitter Maya Wente earned All-Tournament Team honors
On Sept. 10, the Canby-Minneota cross country teams dominated at the Central Minnesota Christian meet in Raymond with both varsity and junior high teams bringing home first.
Canby-Minneota boys varsity topped as a team with 19 points. They were followed by Ortonville in second with 52 points and New Testament in third with 96 points.