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The definition of a student athlete

By Irvin Zhang and Luke Smith

June 15, 2015

Throughout her high school career, four-year two-sport varsity athlete and 4.0 student Nicki Bouché has demonstrated the hard work that goes into truly fitting the definition of a student athlete. “During the seasons, [being an athlete] takes up so much of my time,” Bouché said. “Three hours...

State Competition Results

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

June 1, 2015

The 2A, 3A and 4A state competitions for spring sports were held and the results are in. Golf Michael Jensen was the only golfer from MTHS to be eligible to compete at the Canyon Lakes Golf Course for its state competition on May 27. Jensen finished with a score of 93, taking 75th place in sta...

Three from women’s tennis compete at state, two place sixth

Three from women's tennis compete at state, two place sixth

By Anthony Markert, General Manager

June 2, 2014

Last weekend, Terrace sent three women's tennis players to state. This season was a very successful one, seeing as the Hawks team were District Champions for the first time in MTHS history. To cap it off, Nikki Bouche, Allison Lorraine, and Tina Liu competed at the state 3A tournament for the Hawks. Last...

Bouche and Liu serve their story

Bouche and Liu serve their story

By Luke Thurber, Sports Co-Editor

May 15, 2014

Photos by TK Johnson Not many people may seem to know about the Hawks women’s tennis team, but they’ve sent a doubles team to state the past two years. Junior Nicki Bouche has competed at state twice, and sophomore Tina Liu competed as her doubles partner last year at the state tournament. Thi...

Tough tennis season for the Hawks

Tough tennis season for the Hawks

By Anthony Markert, General Manager

September 6, 2013

The MTHS Men's Tennis team has a fairly challenging season awaiting them. The team has only three of their 12 members returning as varsity players from last season. These three players are captains senior Bryce Pingul and junior Collin Rhodes, and another returner junior Brandon Park. In addition to ...

Hawks rewrite history

Hawks rewrite history

By Austin McDermott, Sports Co-Editor

November 13, 2012

As the fall sports season came to a close, the Hawks found four of their six sports teams in postseason play. With women’s swim, football, men’s tennis, and cross country all in the playoffs, this marks one of the better seasons in school history. Football made the postseason for only the second...

Fall sports wrap up

By AnhViet Nguyen

October 26, 2010

Football The football team is in a position to head to the postseason for the second straight season. A win over Lynnwood, as well as an Everett loss this week, should be enough. The team has competed well throughout the season on its way to a 5-3 record with one game remaining. As of late, t...

A quick look at the fall sports teams

By AnhViet Nguyen

September 8, 2010

Volleyball Watch out for: Cristine Lotz, Liana Samuelson and Leah Lechtenberg Player outlook: “We’ve had many girls step up to fill new positions. We’re ready to take on new challenges in the 3A conference to get to state this season. We’re very confident with each other’s strengt...

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...


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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