Scene in MLT: Jam Session XX launches 2013-14 high school basketball season

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MTHS juniors Samantha Romanowski and Riley Zucker (32) scrimmage Tuesday. Refereeing is Todd Weber, who coaches the MTHS Cross Country boys and girls teams.
MTHS juniors Samantha Romanowski and Riley Zucker (32) scrimmage Tuesday. Refereeing is Todd Weber, who coaches the MTHS Cross Country boys and girls teams. (Photos by TK Johnson, MTHS Hawkeye)
Kids enjoy the "Couch Potato Corner" -- located on the corner of the court. Those who ended up on the couch won contests that were held throughout the night or were selected from the audience.
Kids enjoy the “Couch Potato Corner” — located on the corner of the court. Those who ended up on the couch won contests that were held throughout the night or were selected from the audience.
Mike Boxley (class of 2005) plays in the alumni game.
Mike Boxley (class of 2005) plays in the alumni game. Looking on from the crowd are current MTHS players Prescott Day and Isaiah Green
MTHS alumnus and Sound Live Sports Network broadcaster Steve Willits served as master of ceremonies for the event.
MTHS alumnus and Sound Live Sports Network broadcaster Steve Willits served as master of ceremonies for the event.

Mountlake Terrace High School basketball players and alumni, along with family and friends, jammed the MTHS gym Tuesday night for Terrace Jam Session XX, an annual evening of fun, music, contests and giveaways. A tip-off for the 2013-14 high school basketball season, this year’s Jam Session featured scrimmages for not only the MTHS boys and girls basketball squads but also a separate game for alumni.

The event was sponsored by the Hawkeye, MLTnews, Sound Music Publications, Sorelli Pizza, Fitness 19, A-Team Driving School and HBN/Hawk TV.

During the event, MLTnews Publisher Teresa Wippel presented Hawkeye editor Nick Fiorillo with a $700 donation, collected from readers and matched by MLTnews, to fund the Hawkeye staff's trip to Boston earlier this month.
During the event, MLTnews Publisher Teresa Wippel presented Hawkeye editor Nick Fiorillo with a $700 donation, collected from readers and matched by MLTnews, to help fund the Hawkeye staff’s trip to Boston earlier this month.

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