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Hawks Men’s Basketball improve to 2-0 in a tough game against Kamiak Knights, 63-59

By Sarah Davis, Sports Co-Editor

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The Hawks Men’s basketball team started off their first home game and second game overall of the season with a head-to-head game with the Kamiak Knights. The score went back and forth, making it an intense game, but ultimately the Hawks came out with a win, 63-59.

“It feels great and it gives us confidence you know that we beat a 4A team and we just got to continue to play good,” said Junior Forward Mason Peterson.

Kyhree Armstead lead the Hawks in points with a total of 17 points scored, followed by Brendan Hayes with 14 points and Peterson with 12 points. Peterson putting up three 3 pointers throughout the game.

The Hawks had a total of 14 total team fouls overall, while the Knights had 11 total team fouls. Hayes, Peterson and Conner Williams all had 3 personal fouls, Armstead and Christianson had 2, and Keegan Grayson only had 1 personal foul.

The Hawks are now 2-0 and plan on continuing their win streak in a game against the Lynnwood Royals on Saturday December 2nd at Lynnwood High School at 5:00 p.m.


Hawks- 12 17 14 20  —  63

Knights- 13 11 16 19 — 59


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Sarah Davis, Sports Co-Editor
Sarah Davis is a junior at MTHS, and this is her second year on staff. She is the Sports Co-Editor this year and her main focus is to work with the other Sports Co-Editor, Kennedy Cooper, to get the most wide range of sports coverage as possible and keep everyone up to date on everything sports. Outside of Hawkeye, Davis plays select softball and also participates in the schools chamber orchestra, playing string bass.
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Hawks Men’s Basketball improve to 2-0 in a tough game against Kamiak Knights, 63-59