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Third time’s the charm

Third time’s the charm

By Samantha Svikel, Op-Ed Editor

June 18, 2018

Senior Jacob Peters, who listens to Three Days Grace before his games, will be leaving a legacy in MTHS. When Peters is graduating he will be missing the rivalries he’s made on the Terrace Tennis team. Peters started playing tennis when he was about 10 years old. His parents encouraged him greatly. Peters...

Supporting each other… literally

By Kennedy Cooper, Sports Co-Editor

June 18, 2018

Seniors Hannah Gibson and Caylie Laney have been dedicated cheerleaders at Terrace for three years of highschool. Gibson has been cheering since sixth grade as a Little Hawk. “It was kind of just a spur of the moment thing. My stepmom was friends with the coach that was doing the MTYA team and...

Full of spirit, full of Hart

Full of spirit, full of Hart

By Ciara Laney, Co-Photo Editor

June 18, 2018

Forward and co-captain Julia Hart has been playing soccer since she was about six years old. Her parents encouraged her at a young age which is the reason she started playing soccer. Besides soccer, Hart runs for the MTHS track team and plays club soccer for FC Edmonds. “I remember my freshmen and...

Shelly engraves her name in stone

Shelly engraves her name in stone

By Jackson Freund, Lifestyle Editor

June 18, 2018

Robin Cogburn, now Robin Shelly as of Feb. 2018, has been teaching for 33 years total, of which 28 have been in Washington, and has taught at MTHS for 15 of those years as a Spanish teacher. Before attending college, Shelly was an employee at a restaurant. She planned to continue working in restau...

Sowing the seeds of success

Sowing the seeds of success

By Nhung Lam, Hawkeye Staff

June 18, 2018

Hana Abay will be ending her year at MTHS as a Hawk, leaving her legacy and spreading her wings, moving onto the next biggest step in life. In her four years of being a Hawk, she has not only achieved many acknowledgements, but she has also been very involved in the school itself through clubs and...

Together like berries on a bush

Together like berries on a bush

By Annika Prom, Co-Editor-in-Chief

June 18, 2018

While they’re not offended by the common question they receive, seniors Nina and Ryan Berry would like to clarify: They’re cousins, not siblings. If they weren’t cousins, they both agree they could easily be best friends. Nina and Ryan have been inseparable since first grade, as they attended e...

Transcendence

Transcendence

By Nolan DeGarlais, News Editor

June 18, 2018

Tunny Parrish has been many things. Not only has he been a member of STEM leadership, the drumline and the percussion ensemble, but he has also been an active member in the MTHS drama department and National Honor Society. Joining the drama department during junior year, Parrish’s first production...

Don’t hold your breath

Don’t hold your breath

By Ciara Laney, Co-Photo Editor

June 18, 2018

A joke became reality for senior swimmer Ryan Figueroa. It all started Figueroa’s junior year when he and co-captains Nate Miller and Diego Aguiniga were talking about swimming at the high school level. Aguiniga “was talking about swimming, but was joking about swimming because we never heard...

Wheels up for Wellesley

By Nhung Lam, Hawkeye Staff

June 15, 2018

As a member of the 2018 graduating class, Karen Benson will be leaving MTHS with a powerful message to students, traveling 3000 miles to the next big step in her life. Throughout her four years as a Hawk, Benson has been recognized multiple times for her academic excellence and has been very involved...

Current hawk, future eagle

Current hawk, future eagle

By Sarah Davis, Sports Co-Editor

June 15, 2018

Right from the start, senior Candace Disney loved playing volleyball. She fell in love with the sport when she was in fourth grade playing for the Boys and Girls Club. It was her freshman year at Terrace that she started to get serious about the sport. Disney started on the C-team her freshman year,...

From New York to new discoveries

From New York to new discoveries

By Ciara Laney, Co-Photo Editor

June 14, 2018

Senior Ethan Pyke is the lead trombone player in Jazz 1 and also a prominent student in the computer science pathway in STEM at MTHS. “I like to incorporate music and STEM together which is something that not many people do,” Pyke said. Childhood Impacts Growing up, Pyke’s family had lots ...

A unique legacy written in activities

By Ciara Laney, Co-Photo Editor

June 18, 2017

Few people can say they’ve been sponsored, let alone by Sprite, the world’s largest beverage company. Senior Drake Day created the “365 Day Sprite Challenge,” where he would drink Sprite every day for 365 days with the intention of getting sponsored by Sprite. On the 100th day, Day receiv...

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