New curling team finds success

By Darren Lum The Red Hawks boys’ curling team’s skip Chris Draper is appreciating his newly formed team after taking the B final in the zone 5 GORE Curling Provincial Championships in the schoolboy category…

Denyer rink readies for regionals  

By Darren Lum An extra end loss to the Fenelon Falls Secondary School Falcons is still fresh in the minds of the Red Hawks girls’ curling team close to two weeks after their first test…

Hawks unable to keep pace with Saints 

By Darren Lum It was their game the Red Hawks boys’ hockey team coach said after a 7-1 home loss to the  St. Peter Catholic Secondary School. Head coach Ron Yake conceded the Saints was…

Hawks stun Falcons with buzzer beater 

Red Hawks senior basketball player Caleb Schmidt is proving to have ice in his veins. For the second consecutive game Schmidt showed great composure in scoring an important shot when his team needed it on…

Season opens with win against Knights 

By Darren Lum The home opener for the Red Hawks boys’ hockey finished like last year: with a win and optimism for the season’s future success. Although the Knights are not regarded as one of…

OFSAA caps off Hawks' successful season

By Darren Lum Knocking off their arch rivals is still a high point for the Red Hawks girls’ field hockey team’s season despite going winless in three competitive Ontario Federation Sports Athletic Associations (OFSAA) championship…

Hawks crowned COSSA champions

By Darren Lum An amazing thing happened at this year’s Central Ontario Secondary School Athletics (COSSA) championship final. It ended in regulation between the Red Hawks varsity A field hockey team and the North Hastings…

Wolves host Dawson memorial game

By Darren Lum While standing at the end boards watching his son Tanner play for the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League’s Haliburton Wolves at the A.J. LaRue Arena Scot Hamilton still remembers the smile…

Hawks rugby a work in progress

By Darren Lum Getting shut out and losing by double digits to the visiting I.E. Weldon Wildcats is not a result the Red Hawks set out to achieve but Haliburton is looking at focusing on…

Peewee A Storm beats Otters 5-3

Last Friday was a perfect night to watch JoAnne Sharpley’s Source for Sports Highland Storm peewee A boys battle a local rival the Huntsville Otters in a home game. The arena was full of eager…

Hawks strike for three to tie Griffins

By Darren Lum The beautiful game didn’t look very pretty when the Red Hawks varsity soccer team hosted the Thomas A. Stewart Secondary School Griffins on Thursday Oct. 8 at the Gary G. Brohman Athletic…

Soccer not just about wins and losses

By Chad Ingram No one likes a loss but the Red Hawks varsity soccer coach Bob Schmidt liked what he saw in his players in their game against the Cobourg Collegiate Institute Wolves this past…

Volunteers needed for world championship 

By Darren Lum There’s no denying the excitement within Karen Koehler when it comes to being able to organize Haliburton’s first IFSS (International Federation of Sleddog Sports) World Championships. Before the world’s best sleddog racers…