Four members of the Vashon High School girls' tennis team qualified for the district tournament held on May 19 and took home a second-place trophy.
The 2,000-meter course at Lake Vancouver along the Columbia River near Portland, Oregon, runs roughly north to south, and the crowds gathered at the calm finish line were oblivious to the "north sea" conditions piling up at the start through the afternoons of last weekend's Regional Rowing Championships.
Vashon High School's golf team wrapped up its regular season with a 2-5-1 league record and began the postseason last week by sending one golfer to state.
On Saturday, May 21, on a soggy field in Castle Rock, Washington, the Vashon High School Pirate baseball team made school history, clinching a final four berth to the semi-final round of the state championships.
Four VHS track and field athletes survived the gauntlet at the WCD III Championship (district) meet last weekend in Bremerton, advancing to the WIAA State Championships for 1A, 1B and 2B schools to be held in Cheney this weekend.
The Vashon High School girls softball season came to an end in the first round of playoffs last Friday at Sprinker Field in Spanaway.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, and then … redemption. Vashon High School's Pirate baseball team played three tense games last week, winning the first, dropping one and then winning big when they needed to in order to advance to the 1A state tournament.
Lacrosse season came to a close last Friday night with a hard-fought game between the Vashon Vultures and the White River Hornets at their place.
The Vashon High School Pirates met the Klahowya Eagles on Tuesday, May 10, at Silverdale Stadium, but came away with a loss.
Capping a great regular season with a perfect league record of 12-0, a record number of Vashon High School baseball players and their coach received numerous Nisqually League awards.
The Vashon High School girls' tennis team wrapped up its regular season with a win on May 5, entering the Nisqually league tournament with a final season record of 10-5.
The Vashon Valkyries are coming of age. Coming off a 6-5 record last year, the five-year-old team just completed an undefeated season.
The Vashon Vultures high school-age lacrosse team is into the playoffs. The team has one regular season game left, but the league standings are set.
The Vashon High School's boys' soccer team has been guaranteed a playoff spot, but the team had one regular season game left to play against Bellevue Christian.
Seattle's Opening Day festivities kick off with masters, juniors and collegiate sprint races at the University of Washington's Montlake Cut rowing venue. With another weekend of "summer in May" weather, thousands of spectators basked in the sunshine to cheer on their crews which were invited from as far away as Russia to join in the event.
The Vashon Pirates baseball team continued their winning ways, putting in two stellar performances last week. On Tuesday, May 3, they clobbered Kent's Kentlake High School 9-1, following that up with an impressive 10-3 drubbing of Olympia High School.
The Vashon Pirates baseball team capped a record-setting season, winning three close games last week to take the Nisqually League title with a perfect 12-0 record in league play.
Vashon High School's boys' soccer team played two games this week and came out victorious.
After a month of competition in blustery spring conditions, Vashon's junior rowers traveled to Canada for the 46th Annual Brentwood Regatta. Its weather atoned for everything with three days of sparkling conditions on the shore of Vancouver Island at Brentwood College — a private high school located 30 miles north of Victoria.
The VHS track and field team has enjoyed mild weather, focused workouts and the fruits of their hard labor as they measure their success with a multitude of personal records (PRs) set in competition over the past two weeks.