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MTHS Cheer does well, maintains in top 50

By Brianna Houtman, Staff Writer
February 4
Filed under Sports

On Monday, January 18th, the MTHS cheer team placed second at Bellevue High School in their fourth competition of the year. The team scored a 56.25 out of 90. “That’s one of our best performances [we’ve had] where everything hit.” senior co-captain Rikki Kuhn said. The team hopes to ...

Slow start plagues Hawks, fall to Warriors 66-61

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
February 4
Filed under recent, Sports

Going into this game, the Hawks (5-2 in conference, 11-4 overall) and the Warriors (6-1 in conference, 13-2 overall) were the second and first place respectively in their competitive conference, the Wesco 3A South conference. This game had plenty of implications on who the number one seeded team woul...

“This is my home”

By Ben Eyman, Hawkeye staff
February 2
Filed under Feature, Sports, Staff Profiles

You can almost hear her hard work ethic and determination in her voice when the team huddles around her. It is the definition of how she has been able to galvanize and give a resurgence to the women’s basketball program at MTHS. Both MTHS and the sport of basketball have always been “big passion...

Terrace sports officially moves down to 2A, joins new league for football

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
January 15
Filed under recent, Sports

On Thursday, Jan. 14th, the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association (WIAA) formally announced that Mountlake Terrace, a school that’s been in the 3A division for quite some time, will move down to 2A for football, while Shorecrest will move up into the 3A division. According to athletics and ...

Hawks fail to complete comeback, fall 50-54 to the Mavericks

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
January 13
Filed under recent, Sports

The Hawks hosted the Meadowdale Mavericks, looking to extend their win streak to seven games as well as continue to sit atop the Wesco 3A South Conference. Due to a slow start and stagnant offense, the Hawks fell in too big of a hole and couldn’t put together a comeback, thus losing 50-54 to the Maveri...

A tradition of success

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
January 6
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

It’s 6:15 p.m. There’s approximately 45 minutes before tip-off. The locker room is dead silent with an aura of intensity surrounding the players and coaches inside. Men’s basketball head coach Nalin Sood begins to go over the scouting reports and the points of emphasis all while getting his team batt...

Hawks soar past the Eagles through second half surge

Hawks soar past the Eagles through second half surge

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
December 17
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

The Hawks, through their defensive crackdown, were able to break away from the Eagles and won, 60-42. Coming into this game, the Hawks were 3-2 and had just lost a close game against Cascade where the Hawks were on a wrong end of a 16-2 run in the fourth quarter. The game started out in tit-f...

Hawks’ second half surge not enough to topple Roosevelt Rough Riders

Hawks’ second half surge not enough to topple Roosevelt Rough Riders

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
December 10
Filed under Sports

The Hawks looked to finish their four game road trip undefeated. But to do that, they would have to play against the Roosevelt Rough Riders, a team in one of the toughest leagues in all of Washington with powerhouses like Garfield High School, last year’s state champion, and Rainier Beach High School, ...

Idolizing to acheiving

By Irvin Zhang and Ben Eyman
November 18
Filed under Feature, Featured Stories, Sports

As a young boy, he sits in the stands and watches his dad, a man he admires, pace back and forth on the dark green tennis court, with sweat dripping down from his forehead as he fights to win every match. He eyes his every move in pure spectacle and awe. Fast forward and that young boy is now in th...

A sense of euphoria

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
November 18
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

Everything goes numb in that moment. Their mind empties. Their breathing, footsteps and heartbeats harmonize and block out all other sounds. Their eyes remain locked on the finish line ahead. “It’s that second wind that you get after you’ve been running for a while,” junior women’s cross country ...

Injured Hawks’ offense stagnant, lose to Chargers in final game

Injured Hawks’ offense stagnant, lose to Chargers in final game

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
October 31
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

The Chargers and Hawks met on the Edmonds Stadium gridiron for both team’s crossover game. The Hawks failed to get anything rolling on offense and succumbed to defeat at the hands of the Marysville-Getchell Chargers The Hawks had a dismal start to the game on both sides of the ball. In the first q...

Oak Harbor Wildcats overcome Terrace resistance at home

Oak Harbor Wildcats overcome Terrace resistance at home

By Joey May, Staff Reporter
October 27
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

Th Hawks gave the Oak Harbor Wildcats a grueling fight last night, trading points back and forth for the majority of the each game, but couldn’t close it out in crucial situations. Hawks lost the match, 3-1. The Hawks, winless thus far this season, were hungry for a victory on their home court. T...

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