Red Hawk – Sports week in review – Sept 19-23-2011

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Jessica Bishop has a blistering shot and an intimidating attitude. Photo by Terrance Gavan.

Courtesy of Judi Paul

The girls’ basketball team lost 28-16 in the season opener against St. Thomas.  Special recognition to Carley Shaw and Jaimie Dack for their hustle on offence and excellent defensive play from Casey Pringle.

On Wednesday, Sept 21 the varsity B field hockey team beat Holy Cross 5-0. Two goals each from Julia Fedeski and Alli Vallou.

The Varsity A field hockey team earned their first win of the season with a 7-0 victory over Holy Cross.  Haliburton goals scored by Sandy Griffith (4), Grace Diezel, Laura Pottier, and Charlene Hicks.

The senior football team lost their opener to a well-tuned and experienced Fenelon Falls team.

The junior football team came one scoreshort of defeatingFenelonFalls. Connor Bird and Tom Paul scored.  Game stars awarded to Cooper Sherlock, Spencer Trueman, Jordan Hamilton, and Hunter Smith.

The Red Hawks junior soccer team lost a close game to Lindsay’s I.E. Weldon by a score of 1-0.  Great play by keepers Hunter Bishop and Nathan Feir. Terrific runs by Chris Hall.

The HHSS golf team narrowly missed qualifying for the Kawartha championships. Rob Lewis and Dillon Upton moved on to the championship based on their individual results.

The senior girls basketball team showed improved play despite losing to I.E. Weldon.  Special mention to Casey Pringle, Bailey Walker, and Jessica Rider for their outstanding play.

The senior boys’ soccer team fell by a score of 2-1 to Fenelon Falls.

Special mention to Nick Hunter for solid transition play, Brett Yake for great ball carrying, and Tanner Hamilton for scoring a goal to help keep the team in the game.