The Hawkeye

Hawks triumph past Cougars

Malcolm Johnson is pumped after the first playoff win in MTHS history.

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

November 8, 2014

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

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...

Hawks keep making history

Bates runs the football.

By Joshua Morrison, Hawkeye staff

November 5, 2014

Just last season, the Hawks football team finished with an average 5-5 record. Fast forward one season and the Hawks sit at a spectacular 7-1, behind only the 7-1 Meadowdale Mavericks in the Wesco 3A South standings. Only Meadowdale and Lake Stevens share the same record with the Hawks out of the entire...

Hawks finish season strong, defeat Chargers 2-1

The Hawks walk off the field after  a win against the  Chargers.

By Luke Smith, Sports Editor

November 4, 2014

  The Hawks played the Marysville-Getchell Chargers at Edmonds Stadium in the final game of the regular season on Wednesday night. The Hawks added one more to the win column with a score of 2-1 making their overall record 8-6-2. It was a slow start for both teams until the chargers scored...

Hawks sink the Kingston Buccaneers

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

November 2, 2014

The Terrace Hawks and the Kingston Buccaneers met under the Friday night lights, and clashed at Kingston High School. The Bucs were just no match as the Hawks went on to blow them out, 49-14. The Hawks came into this game 6-1 and ranked second in all of WesCo 3A South. They had won five games straight,...

Women’s Hawks Swim falls to Edmonds-Woodway 57-108

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 20, 2014

The Mountlake Terrace Women’s Swim team faced Edmonds-Woodway (a school known for its abundance of athletes in all sports), the largest team of the four groups competing on the fourteenth of October. The final score of 57-108 fails to show how great the women actually competed. The fact that Edmonds-Woodway...

Hawks fight uphill battle, fail to complete comeback

The Hawks gathering around to celebrate in a huddle after scoring on the previous play.

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

October 3, 2014

On Thursday night at Everett High School, the Hawks were visiting to battle the hungry Seagulls who were searching for their first win of the season. Despite the Hawks’ efforts, the Seagulls went on to win, 3-1. The first game was a game of back and forth scoring. Both the Hawks and Seagulls came...

Women’s swim comes up short against Mariner

Women's swim comes up short against Mariner

By Vivian Nowka-Keane, Co-Editor-in-Chief

October 1, 2014

On the final day of September, the Mountlake Terrace Women’s Swim team grappled with the dilemma of having five swimmers unable to compete due to sickness, injury, and various other obstacles preventing them from coming to the meet. The Hawks persevered despite being the smallest swim team in the...

Willits Wednesdays: MTHS and the Football community remind us of how important teamwork is away from the field

Steve Willits – the voice of the Hawks and Sound Live Sports Network.

By Steve Willits, SLSN Broadcaster

September 25, 2014

Football is a team sport. The best players can’t succeed without the efforts of their teammates. Mountlake Terrace’s football team defeated Shorewood 49-21 on Friday night to raise their record to 2-1 on the season and their early success can definitely be attributed to being a cohesive unit. Five ...

Hawks fall to Columbia River in regional round at State

The Hawks line up prior to the start of the game.

By Josiah Sum

May 26, 2014

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The Hawks baseball season ended in a 3-0 loss to the Columbia River Chieftains in the regional round of the 3A WIAA state baseball tournament Saturday morning at Bannerwood Park in Bellevue. The Chieftains' senior right-hander Seth Rayburn held the Hawks to just t...

Health and wellness fair and spring bazaar to be held Saturday

By Nick Fiorillo, Editor-in-Chief

May 2, 2014

Multiple MTHS organizations have teamed up to host a spring extravaganza. The bazaar and fair will be held Saturday from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. at MTHS. Supported by the PTSA, Sports Booster Club, and Puget Sound Blood Center, there will be several events and activities. Ford's "Drive 4 UR School"...

A weekend in Texas-the Final Four is more than just basketball

A weekend in Texas-the Final Four is more than just basketball

By Steve Willits

April 16, 2014

High school sports are what I normally write about in my weekly Hawkeye article however this week my focus was on college athletics and the business side of things. I spent last weekend in the Dallas area working at one of the most famous sporting events in the world and thought I write about th...

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