Hawks striving for COSSA

By Darren Lum The Red Hawks senior basketball team expects to not only host the Central Ontario Secondary School Athletics championships but be one of four teams to play in it. Its head coach Dave…

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…

Halloween weekend not scary for bantams

By Darren Lum The Highland Storm bantam A team was very busy and successful this weekend playing three games and earning five points. It began Friday in Haliburton against the South Muskoka Bears currently No.1…

New head coach for Haliburton Wolves

By Darren Lum The Wolves have a new alpha to lead the pack after 15 games in its  inaugural season. Haliburton’s Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League Wolves officially ended its relationship with head coach…

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…

Red Hawks crowned COSSA champs 

By Darren Lum The Haliburton Highlands Secondary School varsity A field hockey team are going into theall-provincials next week as Central Ontario Secondary School Athleticschampionship winners beating North Hastings High School 1-0 in regulation yesterday…

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…

Wolves resiliency scores win over Seguin Huskies

By Darren Lum The Haliburton Wolves bounced back into the win column with a gritty performance against the Seguin Huskies in Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League action on Thursday Oct. 22 at the A.J.…

Wolves' efforts dashed by penalties

By Darren Lum A solid first period by the Haliburton Wolves was undone by penalties against the visiting Bradford Bulls in Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League (GMHL) action last Thursday night at the A.J.…

Red Hawks eyeing playoffs

By Darren Lum The Crestwood Mustangs might not be the best team in the Kawartha High School Football team but they sure played like it on a chilly autumn Friday Oct. 16 at the Gary…

Field hockey team continues winning

By Judi Paul The following are HHSS sports briefs for the week ending Oct. 16. First of two The Red Hawks girls’ field hockey teams travelled to Peterborough on Tuesday Oct. 13. The Varsity A…

Storm wins Matt Duchene Fall Classic

Over the weekend the Joanne Sharpleys Source For Sports Highland Storm Peewee A boys hosted the Matt Duchene Fall Classic and won the tournament championship going undefeated in the process. In the first game of…

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…

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By Darren Lum Dalton Kellett the grandson of the late-Glenn Kellett of Minden is on the home stretch in his bid to race the big time of automobile open-wheel racing the Indy Racing League. Several…

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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…

Skate park needs your votes

By Jenn Watt Haliburton Junction Skate Park needs onlinecommunity support if it is to win the grand prize in the Aviva Community Fundcompetition. Dysart et al has already been actively fundraisingto improve the skate park…