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State Competition Results

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye Staff

The 2A, 3A and 4A state competitions for spring sports were held and the results are in. Golf Michael Jensen was the only golfer from MTHS to be eligible to compete at the Canyon Lakes Golf Course for its state compet...  Read More »

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The Hawks high-five Lynwood after a tough loss 8-75

Women’s basketball head coach resigns

May 26, 2015

Senior forward Alec Somers jumps up for a header.

Terrace soccer ends season with a tough loss to the Mavericks

May 19, 2015


New varsity football head coach Dougan: ‘excited for this challenge and this opportunity’

April 30, 2015

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A dramatically unique path

A dramatically unique path

By Max Tracy, Lifestyle Editor

For Danielle Hirano, drama isn’t just a play – or plays for that matter. It’s so many other things, from what you see on stage to what goes on behind the scenes. It’s work, it’s fun and it’s a struggle to ma...  Read More »

June 12, 2015 • 0 comments

Professional bari saxophone player Gary Smulyan performs alongside MTHS Jazz 1.

Grammy award winning bari saxophonist performs with MTHS jazz ensembles

June 4, 2015

Open mic poetry night held in MTHS band room

June 4, 2015

Taron Castleton as a Hitler Youth gives the Nazi Salute to the Nazi flag portrayed on screen.

A somber finalé to an incredible year of productions

June 1, 2015

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  • Taking an early turn toward a career in computer science

    While many students enjoy spending their time binge-watching Netflix, this student spends his taking classes. Through e-learning, junior Liam Madson i...

  • The definition of a student athlete

    Throughout her high school career, four-year two-sport varsity athlete and 4.0 student Nicki Bouché has demonstrated the hard work that goes into tru...

  • Family first

    At her workplace at MTHS, Jessica Walton teaches kids the skills it takes to pursue a career in the art of cooking while also putting out any fires, l...

  • Leading more than just cheers

    The many cheer teams all sit nervously on the floor in a cramped stadium, waiting for the results of the state competition to be announced and praying...

  • A change of tone

    As her voice faded and the track transitioned to an instrumental verse, cheers immediately erupted from the audience, though senior Rummana Hussain wa...

  • A dramatically unique path

    A dramatically unique path

  • The many sided man

    “So, what don’t you do?” is probably the question that comes to mind when you talk to a guy like Collin Rhodes. A man of many talents, Rhodes h...

  • “If I think I’m done, I go find something to do.”

    Whether it’s in a lab or in the classroom, participating in one of her various clubs or volunteering, senior Vera Okolo goes above and beyond in and...

  • Game changer

    Shortly before game time, she dons the number 22 and with it, she puts the fate of her teammates and the entire school’s history on her back. She k...

  • Hanging up the beakers and bunsen burners

    Hanging up the beakers and bunsen burners