(Details of games from the weekend of December 3,4)
Weekend Basketball Tourney – Seniors playing very well
The senior boys’ basketball team participated in a tournament over the
weekend in North Bay. The team was defeated by defending tourney champs
Timmins High School. The team upset White Pines High School from Sault
St. Marie by a 37-34 score and were led by Luke Watson’s 14 points and
Damon Flatman’s 7 points. After leading by 7 points, the team fell to
Kapuskasing by a 44-39 score. Jesse Lefebvre had 13 points and 10
rebounds, Luke Watson had 10 points, and Jesse Walker had 7 points.
Tuesday, December 7
The boys’ Red Hawk hockey team was firing on all cylinders as they downed
Adam Scott by a score of 10 – 1.
The wrestling team competed in Bancroft, where 12 Red Hawks came home with
medals. Gold medallists included: Kayla Gardiner, Caitlyn Griffin, Lily
Coneybeare, Cody Cox, Gage Shelly, and Dylan Graham.
The Lady Hawks ‘Hawkey’ team began their inaugural season against Holy
Cross from Peterborough, where stingy defence and solid goaltending held
the talented opposition to one goal in each of the first two periods.
Wednesday, December 8
The senior girls’ volleyball team hosted a tournament where they competed
against 5 other teams. The Hawks were the #1 Double A school and overall,
finished one point out of 2nd place.
The Lady Hawks ‘Hawkey’ team soared on the ice, defeating Adam Scott by a
score of 5-3. The win was capped off with 3 short-handed tallies and
featured excellent goaltending from Jillian Mayhew.
Thursday, December 9
The senior boys’ basketball team improved their record to 2 wins and 1
loss with a 4th quarter come-from-behind 56-48 victory over Fenelon Falls.
Luke Watson had 16 points, Jesse Lefebvre 15 points, and player of the
game Damon Flatman contributed 11 points.
The junior boys’ basketball team played the Fenelon Falls Falcons, where
they went into the 4th quarter behind only 4 points. Final score 50 – 36
for the Falcons. Tanner Ballantyne had a game high 14 points, while
Nathan Feir added 9 points.