Hal High – Week in sports

Judi Paul’s Class Report

January  8-9

The  Men’s Red Hawk hockey team defeated many of the top Triple A teams
in Ontario to win the large, 42-team, Peterborough St. Peter’s Classic
Tournament.  The Hawks defeated teams from Georgetown and London to
advance to the final against Mowat from Scarborough.  A strong defensive
effort from all team members resulted in a 3-0 championship win.  The win
marks the first time in Red Hawk history that the team has won this
prestigious tournament.

The senior boys’ basketball team travelled to Bracebridge for two games
against Triple ‘A’ teams.  The Hawks defeated Bracebridge Muskoka
Lakes High School 52-42 with 18 points from Luke Watson, 12 points from
Damon Flatman, 11 points from Jesse Walker, and 8 points from Caleb Zilla.
In the second game vs. Park Street of Orillia, the Hawks carried a lead
into the 4th quarter, but fell 37-34.  Luke Watson had 17 points and Chris
Allison had 8 points.
Tuesday, January 11

The Men’s Red Hawk Hockey team won a squeaker 3-2 against their Triple A
rivals, the I.E. Weldon Wildcats in Kawartha league play.

The Red Hawk Ladies’  Hawkey team was defeated by a talented
Campbellford team despite peppering the opposition’s goalie in the last
two periods.  Julia Fedeski scored the Hawk’s single goal.

Wednesday, January 12

The senior girls’ volleyball team travelled to Weldon where strong play
kept the score to a 5-point loss in both sets against Weldon and only a
2-point loss against AAA Fenelon Falls.

Thursday, January 13

The Lady Hawks Hawkey team were challenged by an aggressive and talented
“Thunder” squad from St. Mary’s who kept us off the score sheet.

The Senior Boys’ basketball team is to be congratulated on a 44-36
victory over the Triple ‘A’ LCVI Spartans.  This win moves the Hawks
into a second place tie with LCVI in league play.  Jesse Lefebvre notched
14 points, Luke Watson had 12 points, Damon Flatman popped 9 points, and
Jesse Walker had 6 points.