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TK Tuesdays: Terrace home to Special Olympics athlete

TK Tuesdays: Terrace home to Special Olympics athlete

By TK Johnson

February 25, 2014

[vc_row][vc_column width="1/1"][vc_column_text] What are sports for? Are they for learning something new? Are they for meeting new people? Are they for just having fun? You can answer those questions on your own, but there is a sophomore at Mountlake Terrace that likes a lot of sports and isn't too s...

Serres, Terrace sophomore, verbally commits to Oregon State

Serres, Terrace sophomore, verbally commits to Oregon State

By TK Johnson

November 10, 2013

  Not that many Sophomores would verbally commit to one of their first collegiate offers or commit in their sophomore year for that, but that is exactly was Mountlake Terrace Sophomore Drew Serres did. On Oct. 22 2013, Serres verbally committed to play baseball for the Beavers at Oregon State University. In late August, Serres went down to a prospect ...

Baseball season comes to an end building for the future

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By Anthony Markert, General Manager

May 17, 2013

The Hawks baseball season ended last Tuesday, May 7 when they fell to the fourth-seeded Stanwood Spartans 9-7. It was a season filled with success – including an 8-game winning streak – as the team earned a record of 12-10 during the regular season, and then lost their first two district playoff...

Baseball fighting to survive on the diamond

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By Daniil Oliferovskiy, Feature Editor

April 15, 2013

Losing 11 senior varsity baseball players is no easy challenge from which to recover, and MTHS head baseball coach Andrew Watters would certainly agree. “It’s been a really tough year,” Watters said, “they’ve (the 2012 seniors) been hard to replace, but we’re plugging along.” That is, the Hawks have been plugging along a...

DeMiero forces Grizzlies’ bats into hibernation

DeMiero forces Grizzlies' bats into hibernation

By Luke Luttrell

March 28, 2013

The Hawks and the Grizzlies face off Friday afternoon at MTHS for the final game in their 3-game series that is all knotted up at a game apiece. The Hawks will send junior right hander Dan Theis to the mound for the start – just the fourth pitcher the Hawks have used in the series. That could be the...

Terrace Alumni in MLB

By Nathan Koplitz

June 19, 2012

Former Hawks’ star Aaron Brooks is getting his chance at nearly every kid’s dream – playing major league baseball. On June 6, day three of the Major League Baseball (MLB) draft, Brooks was taken in the 26th round by the Seattle Mariners, with the 791st overall pick. The 6’6”, 212 pound,...

Hawks fall a game short of state, lose to Griz 9-8

Hawks fall a game short of state, lose to Griz 9-8

By admin

May 19, 2011

It’s hard to find something that was normal or routine for the Hawks in their game against Glacier Peak Saturday for a state berth. How’s this for a box score: 8 runs on 14 hits and 8 errors. And the Hawks lost 9-8 after leading 7-2. Weird? That’s an understatement. Maybe it was a sign ...

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...

Hawks open season with dramatic win over 4A powerhouse Lake Stevens

By Hawkeye Staff

March 16, 2011

  It wasn't supposed to be like this for the Lake Stevens Vikings, and the Hawks' Austin Johnson put a dramatic exclamation point on that fact with a 2-run, walk-off home run in the bottom of the 8th inning to give the Hawks a 4-2 opening day victory. The Vikings do have a complaint of sorts. First of all, the game was supposed to be played at Lake Ste...

Heart of the Hawks

By AnhViet Nguyen

May 19, 2010

Senior athletes Woeck, Raunio, & Brooks talk the talk, walk the walk, and prove on the field that the Hawks are a team to be reckoned with. The men’s baseball team is poised to make a run in the WIAA State 4A Playoffs. If they expect to advance to a championship, they are going to need their t...

Q&A with Chris Raunio

A portion of the team stands proudly with the 4A District 1 championship trophy.

By AnhViet Nguyen

May 17, 2010

What do tennis and baseball have in common? Well, nothing much besides the fact that it takes a mighty swing to make the ball travel a long distance.  Oh, and then there’s senior Chris Raunio, whose favorite sports just happen to be tennis and baseball.  The third baseman has provided the Terrace...

Hawks move onto state

Sophomore 1B Alex Hatch scrambles for the ball and catches it to attain an out against Kamiak.

By Navarre Kerr

May 16, 2010


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