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Hawks finish season strong, defeat Chargers 2-1

Hawks finish season strong, defeat Chargers 2-1

By Luke Smith, Hawkeye staff
November 4, 2014
Filed under Sports

  The Hawks played the Marysville-Getchell Chargers at Edmonds Stadium in the final game of the regular season on Wednesday night. The Hawks added one more to the win column with a score of 2-1 making their overall record 8-6-2. It was a slow start for both teams until the chargers scored...

Women’s Hawks Swim falls to Edmonds-Woodway 57-108

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Hawkeye Staff
October 20, 2014
Filed under Sports

The Mountlake Terrace Women’s Swim team faced Edmonds-Woodway (a school known for its abundance of athletes in all sports), the largest team of the four groups competing on the fourteenth of October. The final score of 57-108 fails to show how great the women actually competed. The fact that Edmonds-Woodway...

Women’s swim comes up short against Mariner

Women’s swim comes up short against Mariner

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Hawkeye staff
October 1, 2014
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

On the final day of September, the Mountlake Terrace Women’s Swim team grappled with the dilemma of having five swimmers unable to compete due to sickness, injury, and various other obstacles preventing them from coming to the meet. The Hawks persevered despite being the smallest swim team in the...

Hawks track teams place second in men’s, first in women’s at Terrace Invite

By Anthony Markert
April 27, 2014
Filed under Sports

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] Yesterday, the Hawks hosted the Terrace Invite, a track meet that had 14 High Schools in the area participating. These schools included Mountlake Terrace, Meadowdale, Juanita, Shorewood, Marysville Getchell, Ballard, Port Townsend, Lakeside (Seattle),...

Willits Wednesdays: A Lady Hawks team that will not be soon forgotten

Willits Wednesdays: A Lady Hawks team that will not be soon forgotten

By Steve Willits
March 11, 2014
Filed under Willits Wednesdays

A very special season came to a sudden end at Mt. Tahoma High School in Tacoma on February 28th. Lincoln defeated Mountlake Terrace 61-59 and with that the Hawks' women's basketball team just barely missed becoming the first team in the school’s history to make it to the state quarterfinals in the Ta...

Lady Hawks history making season comes to an end

Lady Hawks history making season comes to an end

By TK Johnson
March 1, 2014
Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

Friday night, the Mountlake Terrace Lady Hawks lost to the Lincoln Lady Abes, 61-59, in the Regional round of the State Basketball Tournament.  Throughout the first half, Terrace stayed ahead of Lincoln. Going into halftime, the Lady Abes had shortened the gap to 28-26 with the Lady Hawks leading. At the b...

Willits’ Wednesdays: MTHS is a true basketball school this season with both teams just one game away from Tacoma Dome

Willits’ Wednesdays: MTHS is a true basketball school this season with both teams just one game away from Tacoma Dome

By Steve Willits
February 26, 2014
Filed under Willits Wednesdays

Congratulations to the Mountlake Terrace Hawks boys and girls basketball teams! Of the 64 schools that play basketball at the 3A classification in Washington, there are only 16 boys’ teams and 16 girls’ teams remaining in the state playoffs. Terrace is one of only seven schools to have two teams s...

Hawks come up just short of Grizzlies for District 1 3A title

Hawks come up just short of Grizzlies for District 1 3A title

By Austin McDermott
February 23, 2014
Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary

Failing to press one little button. That's all that it took to end the Hawks' women's basketball team from earning the District 1 3A title as they came up just short of the Glacier Peak Grizzlies on Saturday night, 53-52. With the Hawks trailing 53-50, senior post Maddy Kristjanson hit a baseline...

Hawks finish strong against Stanwood Spartans with 57-52 victory

By Austin McDermott
February 12, 2014
Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary, Sports

Despite the playoff atmosphere that was clearly felt in the Terraceum on Wednesday night against the Stanwood Spartans, the women's Hawks basketball team stayed true to themselves and played the same type of game which they had all year long. That meant a stifling, physical defense and a high tempo offense. It...

Rowdy Rooters got a little bit rowdy at Tuesday night’s game

Rowdy Rooters got a little bit rowdy at Tuesday night’s game

By Austin McDermott
December 17, 2013
Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary, Sports

On Tuesday night, the Hawks' women's basketball team fell to the undefeated Arlington Eagles 53-31, picking up their first defeat of the season and falling to 4-1. To read the recap of the Hawks' first defeat of the season, click here. This isn't about the game so much as the fans. The game was entertaining. The Hawks played ...

Hawks suffer first loss of season to Arlington 53-31

Hawks suffer first loss of season to Arlington 53-31

By Austin McDermott
December 17, 2013
Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary, Sports

Well that was...interesting? In Tuesday night's women's basketball matchup, the Hawks fell to the Arlington Eagles (who finished second in the state tournament last year) 53-31. The game was completely dominated by Arlington, who played (for the most part) a disciplined offense and defense, committing...

25 year losing streak snapped, Lady Hawks defeat Meadowdale 40-36

25 year losing streak snapped, Lady Hawks defeat Meadowdale 40-36

By Austin McDermott
December 13, 2013
Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary, Sports

25 years and no Hawks team could do what this team just did. They brought down perennial powerhouse, the Meadowdale Mavericks with a 40-36 victory on Friday night at Meadowdale. Early in the game it was clear what Meadowdale's gameplan was-shut down junior phenom Samantha Romanowski. And for about...

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