Joy in fulfilling a dream in Pain Court

By Darren LumMission accomplished for Red Hawks doubles’ team with a strong work ethic to earn OFSAA berthAva Smith was beaming with pride about fulfilling a vow to earn an all-provincials berth recently, which was…

Flying the red and white well at OFSAA

Tidey and Smith’s love for game rewardedBy Darren Lum The Red Hawks senior girls’ doubles badminton team of Ava Smith and Emma Tidey played among the best, savouring the dream at the all-provincials last week…

A return to the Red Hawks way after…

By Vivian CollingsThe cold, drizzling rain couldn’t dampen the warmth, exuded by the beaming smiles of the Red Hawks girls’ soccer teams at the home opener on Monday, May 2. The evident joy expressed by…

Red Hawks alumni curlers rock the OCAAs

Submitted by Cynthia MitchellJessica Byers, Liam Little, and Jacob Dobson, three alumni from Haliburton Highlands Secondary School, rocked the podium at the Ontario College Athletic Association (OCAA) Curling Championships, coming home with two golds and…

Red Hawks Nordic ski team back on track

By Darren Lum There won’t be any chance of regional or provincial glory this season, but there’s something more important for the Red Hawks Nordic ski team than medals and podiums … It’s a future…

Former Red Hawk joins Bobcats’ lacrosse program

The Gill family prepares as son Jaxon takes next step in lacrosse journey By Alex GallacherLacrosse: Canada’s national summer sport and played for thousands of years by the Indigenous peoples of North America. While the…

How the Red Hawks came to be

HHSS name change resulted from concern about Indigenous representation By Darren Lum Decades before other colleges, universities and professional sports teams such as the Edmonton Eskimos of the Canadian Football League, the Cleveland Indians of…