Red Hawks host annual invitational 

By Darren Lum At this year’s Haliburton Highlands Wrestling Invitational on Thursday Dec. 10 in Haliburton the Red Hawks were led by Shane O’Reilly and Sonora Plumb who won their respective divisions. With 19 Red…

Spartans cut down Hawks

By Darren Lum The Red Hawks boys’ hockey team is looking forward to their next game after losing to the Lindsay Collegiate Vocational Institute Spartans on Tuesday at the A.J. LaRue Arena in Haliburton. Hawks…

Hawks undefeated on season

Two days after opening the season with a win on the road in Lindsay the Red Hawks dominated the visiting Brock High School Bulldogs 38-24. The team is 2-0 on the season (as of Friday)…

Wolves outpace the Storm

By Darren Lum There haven’t been many games this Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League season when the Haliburton Wolves fans could go home smiling because of a win but that was the case this…

Red Hawks avenge two early season losses

On Friday Dec. 4 the Haliburton Highlands Secondary School senior basketball team won two games at a tournament in Peterborough. In the first game of the year the Red Hawks defeated Crestwood 32-24. This victory…

Hawks undefeated on season

By Darren Lum Two days after opening the season with a win on the road in Lindsay the Red Hawks dominated the visiting Brock High School Bulldogs 38-24. The team is 2-0 on the season…

New season same success

By Paul Klose A new season begins for the Red Hawks Wrestling Team. On Wednesday Dec. 2 the HHSS wrestling team travelled to Peterborough to compete at the 15th annual Kenner High School Wrestling Tournament.…

Wolves show positive signs of change

By Darren Lum It’s taken some time but the Haliburton Wolves are turning a corner said coach Josh Shaw following a 5-1 loss to the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League’s top North Division team…

Shield trip up Wolves in Dawson memorial hockey…

By Darren Lum It wasn’t the storybook ending everyone hoped for at the inaugural Dawson Hamilton Memorial Hockey Game to benefit Cottage Dreams Cancer Recovery Initiative on Thursday night at the A.J. LaRue Arena but…

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…

Bantam A has stellar weekend

It was hockey night in Minden last Friday when The Peppermill Highland Storm Bantam A team blew the Muskoka Rock out of town with a 7-0 win. The scoring began near the end of the…

Hockey Haven hopes to find a home in…

By Angelica Ingram The popular summer camp known as Hockey Haven is looking for a long-term home in Haliburton. Owner of Haliburton Hockey Haven Troy Binnie made a delegation to council at their Nov. 23…

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…