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A year of Hawks, a year of champions Terrace sent teams and individuals to state competitions every season Synopses by Austin McDermott Sports Co-Editor

FOOTBALL 2nd playoff berth in school history

Right: The Hawks line up against the Lynnwood Royals on September 14. The Hawks demolished the Royals with a 42-0 victory. On their way to a 5-5 season and just the second playoff appearance in school history, the Hawks averaged over 29 points per game while allowing just 15 points per game. They also outrushed opponents by a total of 1647 yards to just 577 yards, crushing Lynnwood, Shorewood and Marysville-Getchell by over 30 points each and shutting out Shorecrest 28-0, spoiling the Scot’s Homecoming game.

Serafina Urrutia | Hawkeye


4th in state 2nd straight trip to the Dome

Left: Marquis Armstead lines up for a free throw against the University Titans. The Hawks defeated the Titans 59-56 on their way to a fourth place state finish and a 23-4 overall record. Armstead finished the game with 12 points. The Hawks ended their season on a high note, defeating perennial state favorite Seattle Prep 54-43 and shutting down Panthers star and “Seattle Times Player of the Year” DJ Fenner, holding him to just nine points, a season low for the Nevada Wolfpack commit. It was the second straight trip to the Tacoma Dome for the Hawks who did not place last season. Serafina Urrutia | Hawkeye

baseball Perennial playoff contenders

Right: Junior pitcher Dominic DeMiero finishes his delivery against the Meadowdale Mavericks on April 17. DeMiero pitched a complete game, giving up just two runs and scattering 10 hits through seven innings as the Hawks won the second game of a three-game sweep of the Mavs. After starting the season 4-8 the team went on a tear, winning eight straight games on their way to another playoff appearance despite losing 11 seniors last season. In what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, the Hawks turned it into a playoff season and were just a few clutch hits away from making it to the state tournament, losing to Ferndale 2-0 and Stanwood 9-7 in the District playoffs.


Duane Dahl Tye Esparza McKenna Hunt Beau Kennedy Joshua Kim Hailee Malins Quinnell Mason Jack Pearce Chinne Okoronkwo

high flying hawks

Daniil Oliferovsky | Hawkeye

Gifton Okoronkwo Yohans Tewolde Bryann Wyss

Cross Country:

Women’s Tennis:

Sydney Springberg

Nicki Bouche Tina Liu

Women’s Swim: Riley Morgan

Ella Schroth


Women’s Golf: Sydella Yonker

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