Ringers Annual Golf Tournament

Ringers to sponsor golf tournament for Mountlake Terrace Football

Saturday July 11th at Harbour Point Golf Club

Registration will open at 8:00AM and scramble will start at 9:00AM

Ringer's Pub and Grill is giving all proceeds from their annual golf tournament this year to Mountlake Terrace Football.  Ringers has been a long time supporter fo the team and this year wanted to do more.  All teams are welcome to come back to Ringers after teh tournament for complimentary food where there will be a silent and live auction as well.

Get your team together and sign up for this fun event.  $400 per team

Download the form here or on the website Info Center tab, Forms and Downloads


Fast start propels Terrace over Meadowdale

Fast start propels Terrace over Meadowdale

Herald Writer
Published: Friday, September 11, 2015, 11:49 p.m.


EDMONDS — For a second straight week, the Mountlake Terrace football team marched down the field and scored on its opening possession. .......

2015 Practice and Team Gear

The Spring football player and parent meeting is scheduled for May 18th at 6:00PM in the MTHS HUB.  Spring football registration forms and Player Pack gear froms from H&L are available in the forms and downloads section of the team site. Click the link to go to the Forms and Downloads tab http://www.terracefootball.com/info/downloads

Team practice shirts are gray dri-fit material and the shorts are black again.  Both have a new logo. If you want your gear in time for practice, make sure you bring your completed forms with cash or checks made out to H&L Sports. There are also discounted prices on Under Armour, Shck Doctor, and Cutter gear available on teh Sping Football Flyer. 

Team Camp at CWU

Team Camp @ CWU June 18-21. 
You will receive full information at the required player/parent meeting Monday May 18th at 6:00PM in the MTHS HUB.

In short, payment and camp registration form is available on-line. Required Health/Emergency Forms and the Physical forms are required to be turned in to the coaching staff by the end of the first week of PRACTICE, June 5th. We are required to have this information mailed to CWU by the 10th. NO EXCEPTIONS HERE. If you do not have your forms on time you will not be allowed to attend.


Click the link to go to the CWU camp registration and payment page.



Scroll down the page and clcik on Mountlake Terrace in the teams section. This is a simple process that takes only a few minutes to complete.


The Health/Emergency form is available on this site in the forms and downloads section. Click the link to download the CWU Football Camp Health Emergency Form http://www.terracefootball.com/info/downloads




MTHS v Shorewood

Mountlake Terrace 42, Shorewood 8

SHORELINE -- Mountlake Terrace running back Devante Downs rushed for 232 yards on 17 carries and scored two touchdowns, including an 88-yard touchdown run, as Mountlake Terrace beat Shorewood at Shoreline Stadium and locked up the Wesco 3A South No. 3 seed. Downs' partner in the backfield, Chance Ragsdale, rushed for 123 yards and two touchdowns for the Hawks, who play Marysville Getchell on Friday for a chance to advance to the quad-district playoffs. 

At Shoreline Stadium

Mountlake Terrace 14 14 7 7 -- 42

Shorewood 0 0 0 8 -- 8

MT--Pope 3 run (Esparza run)

MT--Ragsdale 20 run (run fail)

MT--Downs 12 run (Jensen kick)

MT--Barnard 8 run (Jensen kick)

MT--Downs 88 run (Jensen kick)

MT--Ragsdale 34 run (Jensen kick)

S--Garrison 3 run (two-point run)

Records--Mountlake Terrace 2-2 league, 4-4 overall. Shorewood 0-4, 1-7.

Prep football: Hawks edge Marauders in 14-13 thriller

MTHS football 14 - Mariner 13, Sept. 5 006

Mountlake Terrace quarterback Justin Hopkins barks signals to his offense during a non-conference season opener against Mariner Friday at Goddard Stadium. (Photos by Doug Petrowski)

Fans of the Mountlake Terrace football team had to be worried Friday night as the team started flat and fell behind 13-0 to Mariner in the first half of the opening game of the 2014 season.

But the slow start was turned around with some big plays, staunch defense, gutsy play calling, and emotional stamina, and the Hawks came away in the end with a 14-13 win over Mariner at Goddard Stadium.

After giving up 130 yards and two long touchdown drives during the first 20 minutes of the game, Terrace looked to be in even deeper trouble as the Marauders had the ball near midfield past the halfway point of the second quarter. But senior Ryan Lacasse picked off a long pass by Mariners’ quarterback Kyle DiLeonardo at the Terrace goal line, returning the interception 50 yards. A Marauder personal foul penalty tacked on another 15 yards, setting up the Hawk offense at the 35-yard line.

Seven plays later Terrace put their first points of the game and the season with a Malcolm Johnson 7-yard touchdown run. The turn of events also changed the momentum of the contest drastically, giving the Hawks some renewed spirit and deflating the charged-up Marauders.

Despite falling behind early, Mountlake Terrace coach Tony Umayam wasn’t too concerned, believing that his team would be able to slow down the quicker Marauders over time with physical play. “They have some very talented backs that we were very concerned about,” Umayam said. “We just knew going in that we weren’t going to win this game in the first couple quarters. We had to wear them out with physical football, running the football, our brand of football.”

Mariner’s speedy ball carriers, Dyonte Law and Greg Whitaker, combined for 237 yards rushing, most of which came in the first half. No one on the Terrace side could match their quickness individually, something Umayam admitted was difficult to prepare for. “You can’t duplicate that speed at practice,” he said. “And that’s why it took us a half to adjust to that speed. And then once our guys adjusted, it was pretty nice.”

Terrace’s team defense ruled the second half, with 14 Hawks getting credit for tackles. Lacasse led the squad with five solo tackes, and junior Miles Allen tallying two solo tackles and two more assisted tackles.

Umayam was very impressed with Allen; “He had about a good a game at nose tackle as I’ve seen here at Terrace in 10 years,” Umayam said.

The team did suffer a big blow late in the third quarter when senior defensive back and wide receiver Michael Hunt went down with a broken left leg as he attempted to get in on a tackle. Hunt laid on the field in obvious pain as paramedics worked on him for 15 minutes before driving him away to a local hospital. The injury was tough on a number of Hunt’s teammates who either looked away or dropped to their knees in distress.

“It was just an ugly leg injury,” Umayam said after the game. “A pretty bad break; they saw bone. He’s in our thoughts and prayers for sure.”

With Hunt out of the game, and a second receiver, Josh Hopkins, out after a second quarter injury, odds were Terrace would have to rely on strictly a rushing game to carry them to victory in the second half. The Hawks had taken a 14-13 lead in the third quarter on a Johnson 5-yard TD run, and running the football would keep the clock moving and, in theory, wear down the Marauder defensive line. But it took a big pass to help seal the Terrace victory.

With 10:04 left in the game, the Hawks were pinned at their own 10-yard line when quarterback Justin Hopkins completed his only pass of the game – a 22-yard toss to Austin Bates– to convert a third and 10 into a first down.

“That was just a helluva call by coach Yalowicki, the offensive coordinator, and Justin came through,” Umayam said. “That was really a clutch play that I think turned the game. It got us out of the shadow of our end zone, and then we were able to sustain a little bit of a drive. That was a nice throw by Justin, great catch by Austin.”

The Hawks were outgained in yardage by Mariner 275 to 214, had just 10 first downs to the Marauders 14, and lost the time of possession battle 30:19 to 17:41. But the only numbers that really counted, the 14-13 score, went Terrace’s way.

“This one I would say is a character win,” Umayam said, “because we were down, Josh Hopkins is out for the game, we have the gruesome injury, we turned the ball over late in the game and they had the ball in our end and our defense had a helluva stand there in the fourth quarter. So this one of those that I would say the kids showed a lot of character – and you can actually believe it.”

- By Doug Petrowski

Mountlake Terrace vs. Mariner football, Sept. 5

Mountlake Terrace                0          7          7          0          –          14
Mariner                                  7          6          0          0          –          13

Dyonte Law (Mariner) 1-yard TD run – PAT kick good
Dyonte Law (Mariner) 3-yard TD run – PAT kick no good
Malcolm Johnson (MTHS) 7-yard TD run – PAT kick good
Malcolm Johnson (MTHS) 5-yard TD run – PAT kick good

Records: Mountlake Terrace 1-0, Mariner 0-1

MTHS next game: vs. Meadowdale, Friday, Sept. 12, 8 p.m. at Edmonds Stadium

Auction News!!

Annual Terrace Football Dinner/Auction Night

The MTHS Football Boosters are busily preparing for the annual dinner auction event and need your help.  Your help with the procurement of items for the event would be greatly appreciated. Links to the forms are below or you can go directly to the forms and downloads section of this website by following the link http://www.terracefootball.com/info/downloads and dowloading the required forms Procurement_Form_2014.rtf and Procurement Letter.pdf.

As parents and supporters of the program we would also like to get as many people to attend the auction as possible.  You can buy tickets on-line through the MTHS SBC website using your credit card.  This is a 501c3 orgnaization and you will receive your tax information upon completion of the on-line form.  Just follow the link to the auction tickets sales - https://squareup.com/market/mountlake-terrace-high-school-sports-booster-club so tell your friends, tell your neighbors and tell your family, it should be a fun evening!

From the Auction committee: Please download the attached procurement form and letter and take to the businesses you frequent or may know the owner of etc.  This is a great opportunity to raise awareness of the football program and build community support.  The conations go through the MTHS Sports Booster Club, a registered 501c3 organization, and are tax decductible donations.  Please contact Kerri Krause at 206.795.2712 or via email at  




Important Paperwork

Parents and Players,

The link below will take you directly to the required paperwork PDF document for football or you can print the attached file.  This is required paperwork and MUST BE COMPLETED AND TURNED IN MONDAY AUGUST 18th at the high school starting at 6:00PM.  Please also be aware that page 6 requires two (2) copies to be turned in.  You will also need to submit a valid sports physical from your doctor if you do not have one  on file.  If you are not sure if your physical is still valid, call the school sports and activities office to check.  If this paperwork is not turned in on time you are not eligible to practice starting the 20th.  If you do not make enough practices before the first game on the 5th, you risk being eligible to play in the first.  Having it turned in on sports night, August 18th is critical.   




2014 Season Ready For Kick Off

With start of the season just around corner, there is important information and dates that players and parents need to be aware of. All practices, events, meetings etc. are listed on the calendar on this website.  Flash messages will out on our Facebook and are also sent immediately via Twitter.  Our team Facebook page is Mountlake Terrace HS Hawks Football and Twitter is @mtlakefootball.  Make sure you set up your phone to receive notifications from our twitter feed so you do not miss any important announcements.

Practice starts Wednesday August 20th at 3:30PM at the high school.  You must attend Sports Night August 18th at 6:00PM to get your paperwork turned in and all fees paid before you can play.  DO NOT MISS THIS!

We have a team BBQ and Parents Meeting immediately following the second practice on Saturday August 23rd starting at 2:00PM in the Quad.  Burgers and dogs, chips and refreshments will be provided by the boosters.  Parents, if possible, please bring a small side dish to round out the event.  (Freshmen-Sophomores dessert, Juniors-Senior salad) Coach Umayam will address the parents about specifics of the season and our Athletic Director will be on hand to provide important information as well.  Princiclple Schwab will attend to be available for questions.  NTHS Football Boosters will also provide infromation about volunteer opportunities and upcoming events and fundraisers.


2014 Team Camp Information


DEPART: Players must arrive at 5:30am on Friday, June 20th, at MTHS, in the back/behind the school. At this time gear/luggage will be stowed and players will be boarding the team bus.

RETURN: Will be approximately 6:30pm on Monday, June 23rd. Time is approximate, as we will not be sure what time we depart OSU (depends on scrimmage schedule) and other factors such as traffic.


In addition to the items listed below, suggested items to make the stay more comfortable, are:

  1. Plenty of socks (players will want to change their socks at least 4 teams each day);
  2. Black shorts (so as to fit into our team color scheme as much as possible) with red, silver, and white, also being okay.
  3. Warm/dry undergarments, such as the Underarmour type, in the event it is cold and/or wet. Plus, the players will be on artificial turf fields, so long sleeves will help prevent scrapes/abrasions on their arms/elbows;
  4. Jacket, which can be worn in between football sessions (again, in the event of cold/wet weather);
  5. A few hangers – these are nice to have, to hang gear/clothing at the end of day, so it can air out/dry overnight;
  6. An extra girdle, if you have one (again, nice to have one that can be swapped out during the day, to keep dry);
  7. Money: There is opportunity to buy pizza and Gatorade and other items at the snack shop. However, none of these things are necessary, as the boys are fed very well. Also, if you do bring money, don’t bring more than $40.00, and take care of it – make sure it is hidden away and secured.
  8. Snacks: As it says below, you are welcome to bring snacks to keep in the dorm room. If you do so, I would suggest items that are healthy, high in protein, and are non-perishable (there is no refrigeration available).
  9. Valuables: IPad, personal music, phones, headphones, , etc.: Feel free to bring these items, but make sure they are taken care of, hidden away and secured.


Each camper is required to bring their own football equipment. Equipment includes: shoulder pads, helmet, pants, practice jersey, girdle with pads, knee pads, thigh pads, belt and mouthpiece. Please bring whatever equipment is necessary for you to feel safe and comfortable.

A pillow, pillowcase, blankets, sheets and one towel will be provided for you in your room. You are welcome to bring additional bedding or towels.

Additional items to consider bringing include an alarm clock, athletic supporter, football cleats for grass, tennis shoes, shorts, socks, toiletries, t-shirts, washcloth and soap.

Meals are provided during your stay; dinner on Friday, breakfast/lunch/dinner on Saturday and Sunday, and breakfast and lunch on Monday. All meals will take place at Marketplace West. Check out what food options are available at West here: http://oregonstate.edu/uhds/eat. You are welcome to bring additional snacks if you choose. Pizza and Gatorade will be available for purchase after the evening session (9PM).



  1. Valuables: As referenced above, it is very important to take care of money, electronics, and valuables. The reality is that when you have over a thousand high school students, at a camp such as this, that theft can be an issue. So, by minimizing what is brought, hiding things away in the dorm room, and keeping the dorm room door locked, the risks can be minimized. Also – the boys should not share their dorm room key with anyone other than their assigned roommate. Please talk to the boys about this topic.
  2. The players will be well supervised. We have 8 coaches attending and we take great care to supervise our players. Their conduct off the field, as well as on the field, is of utmost importance to us. 

Frosh News

Incoming Freshmen and Parents -

The linked document below can also be found in the Info Center under forms and downnloads.  This document contains more specific information from Frehman Head Coach Kelly Dougan about practice times, locations and contact info.  Please take the time to read it.

You are also encouraged to attend camp this summer.  If you are planning on attending, please email John Klippert at j, today.  Details about camp registration and payment can also be found in the info center.  


2014 Forms Posted

Attached are  the forms necessary for spring football and camp registration.  This is a reminder that if you intend to attaned camp at OSU you will need to notify John Klippert via email at  by May 30th.  Registration must be completed via the web link at OSU by June 6th.  Payment must be made to MTHS Football Boosters by June 6th.




Team Camp 2014


Terrace Football team camp is scheduled for June 20-23 at OSU.  Registration for camp is required to be completed by June 6th with payment going to MTHS Football Boosters as required by new district regulations by the same June 6th deadline.  Cost is $350 check or cash or you can opt to pay on-line through the MTHS SBC Square Marketplace https://squareup.com/market/mountlake-terrace-high-school-sports-booster-club cost on the site is $360 with teh extra $10 to handle the square marketplace processing fees.  

Camp registration is required to be completed on-line following the instructions below. 

1) Go to www.oregonstatefootballcamps.com 

2) Click Register

If you registered a camper last year for camp and are a returning user to the site, sign in as a returning user (if you are unsure or forgot your password, click on the appropriate link below the log in). If you did not register a camper last year for camp, click new user.

3) Click Team Camp

4)  Enter Team Password

Password for football players: MountlakeTerrace

*Passwords are case sensitive

 5) Complete Registration Info

All fields must be complete for campers to participate. Insurance and waiver signatures are required. Campers without insurance will not be allowed to participate. If you are registering your camper as a returning user, confirm all of the information that automatically populated into the registration is correct.

6) Don’t Pay the Camp Fee

Select the "Pay Nothing Now" option at checkout. Your payment will be collected by your coach and submitted to Oregon State Football directly.

All campers must be registered no later than Friday, June 6, 2014.

Please contact Hilary O’Bryan at Oregon State Football with questions

| 541-737-7450 (o)


Free Sports Physicals Available

For those in need of a new physical for football for the 2014-2015 season, Edmonds Family Medicine is providing free sports physicals on June 5th.  You can review the information below and schedule an appointment through EW once the attached consent form is signed.

June 5, 2014 Sports Physical Exams
Physicians and nursing staff from Edmonds Family Medicine (EFM) have
generously donated sports physical exams for students attending EWHS in the
fall of 2014 and participating in any school sport throughout the year.
Exams will be on Thursday, June 5, 2:30-6:30pm. , In 15-minute time slots, in
the 100 Flex area, EWHS.
Students must personally signup with Denise Lewis, EWHS athletic Secretary
in the athletic attendance office. Signups can be requested initially by email to
however, the studentʼs guardian must
complete a consent form in order to receive a time slot for the exam. Students
can pick up the consent from the attendance office or request it be emailed.
There is $15 suggested donation, cash or check to ESD, will be directed towards
EWHS programs such as sports medicine.
The exam will include vital signs and heart, lung and spine exams. Records of
the exams will be kept with EFM and the student will have the ESD medical exam
form signed as required for sports participation, which will be valid per ESD
policy, until June 2016. This is not a service meant as a substitute for a studentʼs
physician with whom they have an ongoing relationship. It is a service intended to
assist those students with financially challenging healthcare costs. Students are
encouraged to come with a parent or guardian, but not required.


Spring Kick-Off Mtg

Spring Kick-Off Meeting 2014

Spring Kick-Off meeting is set for Wednesday May 14th at 6:30PM in the MTHS Hub.  There will be infomraiton available regarding camp and spring football schedules, permission forms required for participation.  We will also have H&L on hand with player pack orders forms, special team gear offerings, discounts on shoes and gear from Under Armour and of course ice cream sundaes. 


Parents, please plan on attendning to get the latest news and updates in preparation for the coming season. 

Team Meeting

Players: Plan to meet at Sorelli's on Monday, March 24th at 4:45PM to talk about the upcoming season, weight room, training, commitment, leadership and tradition etc. This is a players meeting to gather back up as a team, share some pizza and prepare the next season.

Weight Room 2014

Weight room opens Tuesday January 7th at 2:15 And will be on Tuesday and Thursday until further further notice.  Spread the word!

Every day you take off is a day your opponents get better!