The Pirate wrestlers posted big wins during an exceptionally exhausting and productive 72 hours of wrestling last week.
The Vashon High School girls’ basketball team traveled to Bellevue on Tuesday, Jan. 13, for its second league game of the season against the Bellevue Christian Vikings.
Vashon’s youth wrestling program, the Rockbusters, wrapped up its regular season and began the trek to league championships last Saturday at the high school gym.
Vashon’s boys basketball team added two more wins to its impressive tally last week.
Building a consistently winning team is no easy feat in any sport. But Vashon’s continued success on the wrestling mat has everything to do with the commitment, experience, hard work and unconventional nature of the two head coaches.
The Vashon girls’ basketball team secured its third win of the season on Wednesday, Jan. 7, when it met the Loggers from Darrington, a small 2B High School about 75 miles northeast of Seattle.
Vashon’s Seals Swim Team learned about water polo to cap off a tough but successful summer swim season that ended two weeks ago. The upper-level swimmers learned water polo from Jennie Darling, a former member of the nationally ranked San Jose State University water polo team.
The Vashon Wrestlers went 10-1 at the Oregon State Team Wrestling Camp July 7 to 10, placing fifth out of 36 teams from Washington, Oregon and California.
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