The week in review – Red Hawks busy

Reprise of Judi Paul’s Roundup
Many thanks from the blogger crew


Basketball
The senior boys’ basketball team defeated Fenelon Falls in exhibition play
with a 37 – 32 victory.  Luke Watson scored 15 points and 15 rebounds for
his second double/double of the season, leading the way.  Chris Allison
had 13 points and 5 steals and Justin Levely had 8 rebounds and 4 points.

Junior Basketball
The junior boys’ basketball team played an intensive, back & forth game
against Fenelon Falls but were defeated 33-28.  Zack Cox scored 14 points
and pulled down 14 rebounds for his first double/double of the season.   

Wednesday Announcements

Hockey 
The boys’ Red Hawk hockey team travelled to Ottawa for a large 20 team,
2-day tournament.  After 4 exciting games, the Red Hawks came home as the
champions by defeating the Louis Riel Rebels of the Ottawa region.  The
final game ended with a dramatic, come-from-behind, overtime goal scored
by Keaton Gadway. 

Thursday Announcements
Wrestling
The Red Hawk wrestling team travelled to Peterborough where they won 60
percent of their matches at the first tournament of the season.  Keith
Burley and Taylor Dair each placed third in their weight classes.
Congratulations to Gage Shelly, Cody Cox, and Dylan Graham on their gold
medal performances. 
Volleyball
The senior girls’ volleyball team travelled to LCVI to play in their first
tourney of the year.  The girls worked hard and proved to be a great
contender amongst Double A rivals Brock and St. Thomas, winning a set
against last year’s Kawartha champs. 

Friday Announcements

The veteran wrestlers competed at the Ajax tournament and posted some
impressive results.  Bringing home gold medals were Mike Mazara, Bailey
Walker, Tara O’Sullivan and Maia O’Sullivan.  Kayla Gardiner earned
silver, while Lily Coneybeare and Caitlyn Griffin earned bronze.  Special
mention to Greg Baumgartner who only lost one match in a tough class.
 
Basketball
The senior boys’ basketball team defeated the St. Thomas Trojans by a
score of 52-34.  Jesse Lefebvre and Luke Watson had 14 points apiece, and
Damon Flatman had 11 points.

The junior boys’ basketball team earned a convincing victory over the St.
Thomas squad.