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Idolizing to acheiving

By Irvin Zhang and Ben Eyman
November 18, 2015
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, 2015
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, 2015
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, 2015
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...

Hawks outlast Kingston, 22-20

Hawks outlast Kingston, 22-20

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
October 27, 2015
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

The Kingston Buccaneers came all the way from their home in Whidbey Island to take on the injury-ridden Hawks at Edmonds Stadium. The Hawks were able to make just enough big plays in order to survive and come out on top over the visiting team, 22-20. The battered Hawks came into this game without their starting se...

Hawks dig themselves into hole and fall to the Royals

Hawks dig themselves into hole and fall to the Royals

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
October 26, 2015
Filed under Sports

The Hawks are fresh off a playoff berth and victory last year and are hungry to once again accomplish that feat and maybe even more. They faced off against their longtime rivals, the Lynnwood Royals, in a game that was all too crucial to their playoff hunt. The Hawks’ defense struggled to stop the R...

Terrace Cross-Country teams travel and compete at Stanford Invitational

Terrace Cross-Country teams travel and compete at Stanford Invitational

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
October 2, 2015
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

Head coach Todd Weber took 10 cross-country runners, six women and four men, to compete at the nationally held Stanford Invitational against three other Washington schools and 170 teams total from around the country. The pool of teams that met at Stanford, California were no joke. “Of those 36...

Hawks too much for T-Birds, win 38-24

Hawks too much for T-Birds, win 38-24

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
September 19, 2015
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

The Hawks traveled to Shoreline Stadium to play the Shorewood Thunderbirds, but it was the Hawks who would have the last laugh when they won the game, 38-24 The Hawks and the T-Birds have had their fair share of battles over the last five seasons, but the Hawks have had the best of them in recent y...

Trending toward teamwork

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor
September 15, 2015
Filed under Feature, Sports

Men's Cross-Country The men’s cross country team went through what some would call a rebuilding year last year. They had lost a group of talented, experienced seniors from the year before and struggled to continue to compete. “[Last year] was learning to let go,” junior co-captain Nick Leidig said. ...

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