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Hawks can’t catch the Shorewood Thunderbirds, falling 1-3

The team getting together

By Joshua Morrison, Hawkeye staff

April 15, 2015

On Tuesday afternoon the Hawks varsity baseball team faced off against the now undefeated Shorewood Thunderbirds. Despite a slowly creeping comeback by the Hawks, it was too little too late as the bottom of seventh hit. To start off the game, the Thunderbirds came out firing on offense. Huge back...

A Hawks’ 7-1 win over the Kamiak Knights opens the season right

Ben Reijonen pitching during the game against Kamiak

By Joshua Morrison, Hawkeye staff

March 18, 2015

On Tuesday the 17th, the Hawks opened their season against the Kamiak Knights with a huge 7-1 win at home. Outstanding teamwork and some great pitching by the Hawks helped them prevail over the Knights on this drizzly Tuesday afternoon. Coming off of a playoff season last year, the Hawks baseball...

Hawks fail to play as a team, losing streak extends to seven

Hawks fail to play as a team, losing streak extends to seven

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

October 17, 2014

The Hawks hosted the Shorecrest Scots Thursday night in the Terraceum. Though the Hawks had a lot of momentum, they couldn't capitalize and ended up losing the match, 3-1. In the first game, the Shorecrest Scots simply looked better than the Hawks. They were able to save every ball, set up teammates...

Hawks still in a rut, extend losing streak to five games

Senior Alisha Clingan prepares herself to serve the ball.

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

October 8, 2014

On Tuesday night, the Hawks hosted the Shorewood Thunderbirds in the Terraceum. The Hawks have been in a slump and that trend continued as they fell to the T-Birds, 1-3. The Hawks have had a bevy of losses partially due to starting out the game slow, and this game followed that pattern. Just like...

Bouche and Liu serve their story

Bouche and Liu serve their story

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

May 15, 2014

Photos by TK Johnson Not many people may seem to know about the Hawks women’s tennis team, but they’ve sent a doubles team to state the past two years. Junior Nicki Bouche has competed at state twice, and sophomore Tina Liu competed as her doubles partner last year at the state tournament. Thi...

Baseball: Hawks demolish Warriors, 13-3

Junior Raiden Silva came in at the end to finish out the Hawks' defense in their 13-3 shutout against Edmonds Woodway HS.

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

March 25, 2014

The Hawks baseball team came away with a swift victory on Tuesday, beating the Edmonds-Woodway Warriors 13-3. The game ended at the bottom of the 5th inning, not because of the off-and-on rain, but because the Hawks had such a large lead on the Warriors. The mercy rule was invoked because the Hawks w...

Hawks fall short in regional playoffs to Wilson Rams

As it became clear the Hawks would run out of time for a come-back, senior posts Loren LaCasse (left) and Yoel Tekle watch from the Mountlake Terrace bench. The Wilson Rams defeated the Hawks 58-38 at Mount Tahoma High School.

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

March 1, 2014

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] The Hawks season ended Saturday night, losing 58-38 to Wilson High School in the first round of the WIAA 3A State Basketball Tourney. The Hawks kept it close, but Wilson pulled away in the 4th quarter before a packed crowd at Mount Tahoma High School ...

They’re not the secret service: Administration purchases new earpieces

Vice principal Peter Schurke is one of the five staff members that is now using the new earpieces.

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

November 4, 2013

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] In order to allow better hearing around school, MTHS administrators recently purchased five new earpieces. The equipment is being used by the administrators and the head custodian. In total, five staff members received the new earpieces. This equipment cost...

Gifton Okoronkwo

Gifton Okoronkwo

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

June 12, 2013

httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0fGIHulVTk In his senior year, Gifton Okoronkwo won the state title for triple jump. It was his first year on track. It turned out that he had a knack for his newly found sport. He started trying out and messing with track only last summer. He was convinced...

Track leaps over competition

Track leaps over competition

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

May 15, 2013

This track season has been a masterful one for the Hawks. With the men’s team going undefeated in the regular season and the women’s team receiving a star that rises above the rest, the Hawks have been on a tear. The past two weeks have seen the athletes from Terrace rise above the rest in...

Transporting Security Administration (TSA) allows knives on planes

Kyra Dahlman | Hawkeye

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

April 16, 2013

On April 25, the Transporting Security Administration (TSA) will begin allowing travelers carry small knives on planes. Blades will have to be shorter than 6 cm and a width less than half an inch. TSA will also permit sports equipment such as billiard cues, ski poles, hockey sticks, lacrosse sticks, t...

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