The Hawkeye

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...

AAA Basketball playoff coverage by HBN

By admin

February 10, 2011

The Hawks will be starting their playoff run tonight at 7:30. They are currently getting ready to battle the Shorewood Thunderbirds this evening, it should be a very interesting game. HBN will be streaming this evenings playoff game online. If you cannot make it to the game then follow the action online...

Recruiting through middle school

By AnhViet Nguyen

June 15, 2010

As the old saying goes, “the early bird catches the worm”. That maxim rings true in the world of college recruiting, where young athletes are baited with scholarships based on potential and hype. Coach Sood shared his opinion on premature recruiting saying that, “It has been an issue...

NBA Playoffs: What’s happening?

By Hawkeye Staff

May 19, 2010

Though the NBA playoffs are no longer possible for bitter Seattle sports fans, basketball fans can still watch, and even enjoy the drama and excitement that play-off basketball creates. This year so far has been no exception. To start with, the Charlotte Bobcats and Oklahoma City Thunder made the playoffs...

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


Sports and music are equal

By Peter Bowman

May 13, 2010

I’ll just come out and say it. Music is not harder than sports, and sports are not harder than music. Most musicians in this school would agree with me in saying that, a band for example, is comprised of one team trying to achieve one goal: a flawless performance. No other opponents. No fields to ...

Baseball: It’s more than just a rebuilding year

Baseball: It's more than just a rebuilding year

By Hawkeye Staff

April 14, 2010

In the most recent issue of The Enterprise, the match-up between Terrace and Edmonds-Woodway was considered one of the “Games of the Week.” In a brief synopsis of this game, The Enterprise deemed this year for Terrace a “rebuilding year” since most of the varsity team graduated last spring. This...

The mind of a runner

By Desmond Saisitthidej

April 14, 2010

The average high school student dreads running for leisure. Students in Walking 101 most likely take the class because of the course title, and when blind sided with the unfortunate task of running the mile wish they had read the fine print. But in the eyes of a runner, there is nothing more invigorating than an open path to fill with dust and footprints. ...

Washington breeds Olymians

By Hawkeye Staff

February 23, 2010

J.R. Celski Born: July 17, 1990 in Federal Way (now lives in Long Beach, California) Sport: Short Track Speed-Skating J.R began inline skating when he was three years old and slowly moved up the ranks as he got older. In 2004, when Celski was fourteen, his parents decided that he should move t...


By Navarre Kerr

November 4, 2009

The Woman’s volleyball team had a rollercoaster season this year. They had a rocky start at the beginning of the season with only 1 win in the first five games all against schools outside their league. However once October came around they claimed 4 league victories in a row. Shortly thereafter thei...


By Navarre Kerr

November 4, 2009

Despite the overall misfortune, which reared its ugly head for the men’s tennis team this year, one of the biggest highlights of the season lies with senior tennis partners Joe Kim and Chris Raunio. Though the team as a whole won just one match the entire season, the two captains dominated in the WesC...

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