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Bouche, Liu wins two bright spots in Terrace tennis loss to Stanwood

The Mountlake Terrace girls tennis team finally got a reprieve from the weather and completed a meet Friday after three straight rainouts this week. The delay didn’t slow down the squad’s top two singles competitors, as sophomore Nicki Bouche and freshman Tina Liu both won their matches. They were the only two Hawks to pick up victories, though, as the team lost to the Stanwood Spartans 5-2. Terra... »

Hawk run away with victories in track jamboree

Hawk run away with victories in track jamboree

By Doug Petrowsi If Thursday’s performances at the Juanita Jamboree are any indication, the Mountlake Terrace Hawk track teams will be a force to contend with this season. Hawk athletes competed strong at the five-team meet, walking away with wins in many of the events. Senior Beau Kennedy won the javelin with a toss of 162-feet, 10 inches, almost a foot better than the second place finisher. Kenn... »

Hawk softball loses to Marysville-Pilchuck; tennis match postponed for 3rd day

Hawk softball loses to Marysville-Pilchuck; tennis match postponed for 3rd day

Marysville-Pilchuck pounded out eleven hits off of Hawk pitching on route to a 12-5 victory over the Mountlake Terrace softball team on Thursday in Marysville. The Tomahawks scored seven runs in the first inning and never trailed in the 3A Wesco league game. The Hawks committed three errors in the loss. Terrace scored all five of their runs in the second inning. Junior Maddy Kristjanson led the Ha... »

Spring sports preview: Boys soccer team to kick off season Saturday

Spring sports preview: Boys soccer team to kick off season Saturday

By Doug Petrowski Helping the Hawks pick up some victories on the soccer pitch this season is certainly important for senior goalkeeper Aiden Murray, but it may not be his top focus. “Personally I just want to enjoy my last year playing soccer and get shutouts,” Murray admitted. The Terrace boys soccer team opens its season on Saturday, March 16, against Sammamish in the Kingco/Wesco Showcase at E... »

Hawks start season with 7-5 baseball win over Royals

Hawks start season with 7-5 baseball win over Royals

The Mountlake Terrace Hawks jumped all over Lynnwood early on their way to a 7-5 win in their first game of their 2013 baseball season on Wednesday. Terrace scored all their runs in the first three innings, including four in the first, then did just enough to hold on and get the victory. Dominic DeMiero pitched three innings and earned the victory for the Hawks; Den Reijonen picked up the save. Ja... »

Spring sports preview: Expectations running high for Terrace track team

Spring sports preview: Expectations running high for Terrace track team

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski Expectations are running high for the Mountlake Terrace Hawks track and field teams this season, as they return two who competed at the WIAA 3A state meet last year, return two Wesco champions, and welcome a newcomer that could set school records in three different events during her first year. “This is the best girls team we’ve had since I’ve been here,” said Coa... »

Lady Hawks drop season softball opener to Royals, 8-5

Lady Hawks drop season softball opener to Royals, 8-5

Shannon Rasmussen will have to wait until at least Thursday to pick up that first win as a head coach, as her Mountlake Terrace Hawks softball team dropped their season opener to the Lynnwood Royals 8-5 at Lynnwood High School on Tuesday. The Hawks scored three runs in the top of the fifth inning to tie the game 4-4, but Lynnwood (1-0) scored four run in the bottom of the inning to secure the vict... »

Spring sports preview: Pitching key for 2013 baseball team

Spring sports preview: Pitching key for 2013 baseball team

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski Last year’s Mountlake Terrace Hawk baseball team finished with a record of 14-9, was crowned District 1 champions, competed in the WIAA 3A state tournament, and placed three seniors on the All-Wesco 3A first team. After losing a number of strong starters from that squad, prospects for this year’s team may not be as lofty, but Coach Andrew Watters still has hopes o... »

Spring sports preview: New head coach for girls softball team

Spring sports preview: New head coach for girls softball team

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski While the Mountlake Terrace High School girls softball team returns 10 players from last year’s successful team, there is one significant addition to the squad for this season – a new head coach. Shannon Rasmussen takes over the helm of a Hawk team that finished 15-9 and just one victory away from qualifying for the 3A state tournament in 2012. This is Rasmussen’s... »

Spring sports preview: Girls tennis coach hopes to build on last year’s success

Spring sports preview: Girls tennis coach hopes to build on last year’s success

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski With a strong mix of youth and experience, the Mountlake Terrace High School girls tennis team is hoping to build on the success of last year’s squad that sent a doubles team to the state championships. “My goal is to try to get a singles and a doubles team to state,” said Coach Alberto Ramirez of the 2013 season. Battling for the top singles’ spot on the team wil... »

Hawks capture fourth in state; finish season 23-4

Hawks capture fourth in state; finish season 23-4

By Doug Petrowski When Mountlake Terrace High School senior Marquis Armstead was asked Friday what it would mean for his Hawk team to bring home a trophy from the 3A Boys Basketball Championships in Tacoma, he answered, “It means everything to us, especially after last year going 0-2.” While the Hawks couldn’t find a victory at state last season, this year’s squad finished 2-1 and captured fourth ... »

Hawks come through for 59-56 win; play at 9:30 Saturday morning for 4th place

Hawks come through for 59-56 win; play at 9:30 Saturday morning for 4th place

By Doug Petrowski With a game on the line, the Mountlake Terrace boys basketball team has a number of players it can call on to take a final shot and grab a win. In a loser-out tournament match-up at the Tacoma Dome on Friday, the Hawks called on Marquis Armstead; the senior guard delivered, hitting a driving lay-in while being fouled with 5.8 seconds left in the game. Armstead made the ensuing fr... »

Celebration time as Hawks bounce back

Celebration time as Hawks bounce back

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Hawks drop first state tourney game to Abes, play at 2 p.m. Friday

Hawks drop first state tourney game to Abes, play at 2 p.m. Friday

By Doug Petrowski The Mountlake Terrace Hawks stumbled out of the gate in their run for a state basketball championship, losing to the Lincoln Abes Thursday night, 68-47, at the Tacoma Dome. The Hawks missed their first 10 shots and didn’t score their first points until Greg Bowman sunk a short jumper three minutes into the game. The Abes put together a 13-2 run later in the first half, never givi... »

All-Wesco honors as MTHS boys get ready for Thursday night state tip-off

All-Wesco honors as MTHS boys get ready for Thursday night state tip-off

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski All five starters on the Mountlake Terrace High School boys basketball team received recognition from Wesco League coaches as the all-league teams for the 2012-2013 season were announced this week. Seniors Marquis Armstead and Blake Fernandez, and juniors Greg Bowman and Loren Lacasse were named to the All-Wesco South 3A First Team. Senior Jesse Zerom was given an... »

Hawks girl recognized with All-Wesco awards

Hawks girl recognized with All-Wesco awards

Story and photo by Doug Petrowski While battling a nagging knee injury that hampered her performance at times this season, Samantha Romanowski led the Mountlake Terrace High School girls basketball team in scoring with an average of 16.3 points per game and hitting for double figures in 17 of her 19 game appearances. Romanowski’s efforts didn’t go unnoticed by area coaches, who voted her onto the ... »

NW Prep Report: Downs gets football offer from Vanderbilt

NW Prep Report: Downs gets football offer from Vanderbilt

From the Northwest Prep Report comes news that Mountlake Terrace High School football player Devante Downs landed his ninth college football offer — this one from Vanderbilt. You can read the entire story here. »

Hawks draw familar foe Lincoln in first round of state tourney Thursday night

Hawks draw familar foe Lincoln in first round of state tourney Thursday night

By Doug Petrowski There is no early-morning wake-up call for the Mountlake Terrace boys basketball team at the state championships this year, but the Hawks will have a familiar opponent in their first game of the tourney on Thursday. The Mountlake Terrace Hawks take on the Lincoln (Tacoma) Abes Thursday at the WIAA 3A Boys Basketball Tournament in the Tacoma Dome, with tip-off scheduled for 7:15 p... »

Hawks state-bound after 63-53 win over Foss

Hawks state-bound after 63-53 win over Foss

By Doug Petrowski The Mountlake Terrace boys basketball team will be returning to the WIAA 3A State Tournament in Tacoma after a 63-53 victory over the Foss Falcons Saturday night at Glacier Peak High School. The tournament begins on Thursday; the Hawks will learn their first-round opponent and game time following a draw on Sunday afternoon. The Hawks overcame a slow start in the loser-out regiona... »

Cedar Park Christian — MLT knocked out of regional tourney

Cedar Park Christian — MLT knocked out of regional tourney

By Doug Petrowski After a soaring start with 15 straight wins and an invitation tournament championship in December, the Cedar Park Christian – MLT boys basketball season ended with a thud Saturday night as the Lions fell to the Christian Faith Eagles 75-61 in a 1B regional game at Lynnwood High School. Christian Faith built a big first half lead with hot shooting, tough defense and more hustle th... »

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