The Hawkeye

Keep skin healthy all year

By Desmond Saisitthidej

February 23, 2012

One of the most uncomfortable, yet annoying health problems during the winter season is dry skin. There are many different kinds of dry skin problems and many ways to cure it. According to beauty.about.com, “In winter, low temperatures, low humidity and strong, harsh winds deplete skin of its natural...

Plan now to do well in school, life

By Desmond Saisitthidej

February 23, 2012

Good study habits are the most effective way to absorb materials and do better on tests. Most high school students have a distracting work space when they study. There are other people in the house, music, the internet, television, cell phones, and many other things that can easily break ones concentration...

Dancing to the top

By Desmond Saisitthidej

February 14, 2012

On Feb. 11 the hip hop dance team will be competing in districts against 12 high schools, including: Shorecrest and Bishop Blanchet. A very talented dancer, Javon Williams couldn’t take place as head coach, even as a senior student. Albee Abigania was brought in by Javon to be interviewed for the...

Men’s basketball team announced

Men's basketball team announced

By Desmond Saisitthidej

November 17, 2011

Coach Sood announced the rosters for this year's men's basketball teams this morning. The first chance you'll have to see this year's varsity in action is at JAM SESSION XVIII slated for 5:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 22 in the Terraceum. Here are the rosters,  numbers haven't been assigned yet. Varsity - Coach...

Protection before a problem arises

By Desmond Saisitthidej

November 15, 2011

Although there are some things that I do not like about the TSA like the limit on liquids rule, I have never hated or resented them because I could never know the amount of pressure they have to go through. They are under constant review and scrutiny not only from supervisors but also from the American...

JV men’s tennis revival bodes well for the future

By Desmond Saisitthidej

November 14, 2011

For the past five years, tennis coach Alberto Ramirez has had to train his freshmen through “trial by fire,” as men’s tennis has not had a JV team for quite some time. But as of this year Ramirez will have a JV team because there are more than 20 players combined on both JV and varsity. Ramirez...

Former teacher to be inducted into Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame

By Desmond Saisitthidej

November 14, 2011

Ed Aliverti – an original MTHS staff member – will be inducted into the Snohomish County Sports Hall of Fame later this month. Perhaps best known in the sports world as the voice of amateur wrestling, Aliverti passed away on February 3, 2010 following a lengthy battle with cancer. He was 77. Ed...

T-Birds race past Hawks, 11-1

By Desmond Saisitthidej

April 20, 2011

The Hawks faced Shorewood and ace left-handed pitcher Blake Snell in a key game as the Hawks are third in the 3A WesCo standings with Shorewood in first, but the Hawks fell short 11-1, Tuesday afternoon at home. The two teams square off again this afternoon at Shorewood. Even though the score doe...

Huskies to face Nebraska in Dec. 30 Holiday Bowl

By Desmond Saisitthidej

December 16, 2010

The University of Washington will be going to the Bridgepoint Education Holiday Bowl in San Diego to play No. 18 Nebraska on Dec. 30. after an exciting 35-28 victory over Washington State in the Apple Cup on Dec. 4. The two teams last met on Sept. 18 in Seattle where Nebraska won 56-21 in a domi...

Summer ball heats up the Terraceum

By Desmond Saisitthidej

June 15, 2010

Summer: the start of fun, sun, and a whole lot of basketball. That life started June 1 when 39 teams showed up in the Mountlake Terrace High School parking lot suited up and ready to hoop. The Summer League Basketball Program started five years ago with just 18 teams and has grown now...

The mind of a runner

By Desmond Saisitthidej

April 14, 2010

The average high school student dreads running for leisure. Students in Walking 101 most likely take the class because of the course title, and when blind sided with the unfortunate task of running the mile wish they had read the fine print. But in the eyes of a runner, there is nothing more invigorating than an open path to fill with dust and footprints. ...

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