Much thanks to Ms. Paul’s class at HHSS!
October is Breast Cancer Month – Thus our Pink Bylines
The Hal High Red Hawk Field Hockey team found vindication last Thursday
for an earlier shootout loss to local rival North Hastings HS.
In the Sir Robert Borden Tourney (Sept)They beat Hastings 4-0
last Thursday – in the rain during an exhibition contest. The old coach Paul Morissette
was out there officiating the contest – enjoying his retirement and giving back.
Tuesday, October 12
The Varsity A field hockey team defeated the team from Adam Scott with a 6-0 score. Special mention to midfielders Tara O’Sullivan, Bri Hicks and Jess Bishop for their tremendous leadership.
The Varsity B field Hockey team celebrated two victories yesterday, defeating Bracebridge and Parry Sound.
The Junior Girls’ basketball team defeated LCVI in an impressive game where the girls showcased their speed and scoring ability. Great team play saw 7 girls mark the scoreboard in a 26-21 victory.
The Senior Girls’ basketball team put up a respectable 18 points but was defeated by a ferocious LCVI assault.
Thursday, October 14
The Junior Girls’ basketball team played a strong defensive game against
the undefeated Fenelon Falcons with the final score 39-19 for Fenelon.
Great game from Kayla Gardiner and strong play from Jaimie Dack, Jessica
Ryder, Bailey Walker, and Casey Pringle.
The Varsity A field hockey team took on long-time rivals North Hastings
where intense play resulted in a 4-0 win for Haliburton. Excellent
defensive play by Lily Coneybeare, Vicky Bukta, and Jessica Duchene.
Amazing goals by Jillian Mayhew, Lindsey Pogue and Grace Diezel.
The Varsity B field hockey team played Bancroft, with the game ending in a
The Senior Girls’ basketball team played their best league game of the
season but were defeated by a 27-20 score. Jenna Dibblee had her career
best game, scoring over half the team points. Thanks to Paige Roberts and
Jessica Ryder for filing in as guards.
The Senior Boys’ soccer team travelled to Cannington to play the Brock
Bulldogs. Brett Yake scored a pair of goals for a first half lead;
however, Brock was able to tie it up in the second half for a final score
The Junior Redhawk soccer team took on the team from Brock and played
extremely well in another dominating win. Goal scorers were Tyler Nolan,
Tanner Hamilton, Darcy Schmidt, Brad Wood, and Jake Harrison.