The Hawkeye, MLHS’s student paper, recaps the history making football game that took place last Friday:
The most significant day in Terrace football history to date was last Friday, with a possible encore set for this Saturday as the Hawks host the Central Kitsap H.S. Cougars at 1 p.m. at Edmonds Stadium in the first round of the 4A playoffs.
“We’re not satisfied with just making playoffs,” assistant coach Russ Vincent said following Friday’s 21-12 win over Kamiak.
“It’s a great feeling knowing that it was my senior class who made history by getting to the playoffs for the first time, and being a part of a team that has so much passion and drive is an awesome experience,” senior captain Casey Ellersick said.
This team was set for history having earned the support of Terrace fans by winning five games including impressive wins over Mariner, Edmonds-Woodway, and the colossal upset of Glacier Peak.
The Hawks will be playing Central Kitsap on Saturday, November 7, at Edmonds stadium for the fist-ever playoff game in the history of the school.