The Hawkeye

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  • Back to school Hawk Walk on Aug. 29 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

From Mat Man to Marines

From Mat Man to Marines

By Jackson Freund, Lifestyle Editor

June 14, 2018

Filed under Feature, Senior Features

From an early age, senior Reyne Mack has been widely seen as a devoted member of multiple organizations and teams. He has been a Boy Scout since he was ten, he was a member of the MTHS football team during his freshman and sophomore years, he was a member of track from his freshman through his junior...

Hawks volleyball beats the Tomahawks in a 4 set game

By Corey Takeya, Staff Writer

October 21, 2017

Filed under Sports

The Mountlake Terrace Hawks had a strong performance on Tuesday night, beating the Marysville Pilchuck Tomahawks in 4 sets. The win improves their record to 3-9 on the season and 2-8 in Wesco play. Terrace won the first set in a nail biter, taking down the Tomahawks 26-24. A kill by Senior outsid...

Hawks Cross Country come in 2nd against 3A schools

Hawks Cross Country come in 2nd against 3A schools

By Sarah Davis, Co-Sports Editor

October 5, 2017

Filed under Sports

On September 28, the Mountlake Terrace Cross Country team went up against 3 high schools that included Shorecrest, Mariner and Lynnwood High Schools. Both boys and girls finished in second below Shorecrest, with boys finishing with a score of 38 and girls finishing with a score of 58. For th...

Last Chance Meet

December 5, 2016

Filed under Uncategorized

Who are the Rowdy Rooters?

Who are the Rowdy Rooters?

By Luke Smith, Sports Editor

October 28, 2016

Filed under Featured Stories, Sports

In the past few years the amount of fans going to sporting events has declined enormously. In the glory years of Terrace basketball the amount of fans going to games was overwhelming, it was always the place to be. The fans were loud, crazy, and supportive, something that has been lacking from recent y...

Hawks fail to complete comeback, fall 50-54 to the Mavericks

By Irvin Zhang, Sports Editor

January 13, 2016

Filed under recent, Sports

The Hawks hosted the Meadowdale Mavericks, looking to extend their win streak to seven games as well as continue to sit atop the Wesco 3A South Conference. Due to a slow start and stagnant offense, the Hawks fell in too big of a hole and couldn’t put together a comeback, thus losing 50-54 to the Maveri...

Hawks come up short against WesCo leading Grizzlies

Hawks come up short against WesCo leading Grizzlies

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye Staff

January 7, 2015

Filed under Sports

Looking to carry the momentum from snapping their five game losing streak against the Lake Stevens Vikings, the Hawks faced off against the 9-2 Grizzlies, but through a scoreless third quarter and multiple other setbacks, the Hawks were defeated 33-43. Coming into this game, the Grizzlies were undefeated...

Injuries Suck

By Irvin Zhang, Staff

November 18, 2014

Filed under HawkSquawk Sports Commentary, Sports

About three weeks ago, the Hawkeye published their second issue of the year and in the sports section, there was a big article written by yours truly about injury and the recovery that goes into them. To write that article, I wanted to get some more perspective on injuries so I decided to go through...

“Team America” triumphs in annual Macho Volleyball tournament

By Lilly Stelmack, Staff

November 9, 2014

Filed under News, School News

On Wednesday, Nov. 5 the fifth annual Mountlake Terrace Macho volleyball tournament was held. Team America worked hard and battled their way through the other teams soon finding themselves in the last round up against the Cowboys. The teams fought hard but Team America pulled ahead and won the gam...

Hawks triumph past Cougars

Hawks triumph past Cougars

By Irvin Zhang, Staff

November 8, 2014

Filed under Featured Stories, News, Sports

The Hawks (7-2) clashed with the Capital Cougars (7-2) at Ingersoll Stadium on Saturday, and while most of the game resulted in a defensive stalemate, the Hawks came out on top, 14-7. The Hawks, prior to this game, had recently journeyed down to Oak Harbor and faced off against the Wildcats last week...

The road to recovery

The road to recovery

By Irvin Zhang and Hawkeye staff

November 5, 2014

Filed under Sports

For injured athletes, the difficult road to recovery all goes back to a single moment: the endless rush of doubts, the uncertainty, and the negativity.  And from that moment, they are forced to take the first step to a journey filled with hardships. It was Feb. 10, 2012, current volleyball co-captain...

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