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Lady Hawks suffer narrow loss to Everett Seagulls

By Alex Park, Hawkeye Staff

January 21, 2020

On Friday, Jan. 17, the Terrace women’s basketball team played against the Everett High School Seagulls in the Terraceum and suffered a hard-fought loss. The Hawks started strong at 4 p.m. with the C-team playing a strong, morale-boosting game. Right before halftime, M’Kenzie Berentsen scored a 3-point sho...

Lady Hawks drop opener to Sehome 47-31, fall to 0-1

Senior guard Trinity Prout sizes up Sehome's Victoria McLin before attacking the basket.

By Gavin Norley, Audio-Visual Editor

December 2, 2018

The Mountlake Terrace Hawks women's basketball team played their first game of the season this past Wednesday, November 28, and suffered a loss to the Sehome Mariners 47-31. The Hawks had no answer for the Mariners' Aspen Garrison who had 19 points and 10 rebounds in the double double performance. ...

New varsity football head coach Dougan: ‘excited for this challenge and this opportunity’

New varsity football head coach Dougan: 'excited for this challenge and this opportunity'

By Irvin Zhang, Hawkeye staff

April 30, 2015

Former Hawks freshman football coach Kelly Dougan has been named the varsity football head coach, following former head coach Tony Umayum’s departure in early March. After the Hawks made history last year with a 8-4 record and a playoff berth, the Mountlake Terrace community was shocked by the news...

Volleyball set to serve up post-season

Daniil Oliferovskiy | Hawkeye
The Hawks celebrate after a big hit against Meadowdale. The women's volleyball team has quickly jumped to a 6-3 record, but is 0-3 in conference play placing them in last place in WesCo South.

By Austin McDermott, Sports Co-Editor

October 17, 2012

If there’s only one thing people can say about this year’s volleyball team it’s this – they’re already as good, if not better than last year’s squad. Last year the Hawks finished 6-8 overall, just one game under the elusive .500 mark. This year however, the girls roared to a quick 6-0...

Hawks remain in gridiron playoff hunt

Serafina Urrutia | Hawkeye
The Hawks lining up before running a hook-and-ladder trick play that led to a 53 yard gain in Oct. 5's 17-14 heartbreaking homecoming loss to the Meadowdale Mavericks.

By Austin McDermott, Sports Co-Editor

October 17, 2012

Sometimes it feels better to be blown out than to lose a nail biter. Unfortunately for the Hawks, that was the case on Friday night as they simply ran out of time in a heartbreaking loss to an undefeated state ranked Meadowdale Maverick team, 17-14. The Mavs were ranked third in the state coming in...

Varsity Football: New expectations, new look, new hope

Varsity Football: New expectations, new look, new hope

By Austin McDermott, Sports Co-Editor

September 5, 2012

In spite of the Hawks’ rough start last Friday, this years’ football team may have some of the highest expectations in recent school history. The team hopes their all new grey helmets will signify the start of a new era. Coming off a season with possibly the youngest roster in head coach Tony...

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