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The event is free and also open to furry friends and strollers.
At the Curtis Invitational last Saturday, the Pirates all set personal bests.
Both the girls’ and boys’ teams finished in third place out of seven teams.
The coaches expect high spirits and exciting races for the 2019-20 school year.
Pirate sophomore harrier Ella Yarkin found excellent conditions for her 5k race in Pasco at the state cross country championships this past Saturday, where she… Continue reading
The Pirate harriers ran in their League meet last week and are preparing for District competitition this weekend, while the Mustangs ran well over a… Continue reading
Members of the Pirates women's cross-country team were crowned district champions Saturday for the second year in a row, and the team qualified to race at the state meet in Pasco this weekend.
Through careful planning and thorough training, VHS cross-country repeated as the league champions last Thursday when junior Adam Kraabel and freshman Annabel Allen chowed down their chocolate pies quicker than any other team. The Pirates and their supporters celebrated with hearty cheers.
Vashon’s cross-country teams showed 10 less free-spirited teams how to celebrate after combined Emerald City and Nisqually League races last week by jumping into and swimming in Lake Washington at Magnuson Park in Seattle.
The approach of fall colors signaled the start of another season for the Pirate and Mustang cross-country runners, whose first two meets of the season resulted in new personal bests, a triumphant win, and signaled an exciting season to come.
The look of district champions was no Halloween disguise as the girls’ Vashon High School cross country team ran to win the West Central District III Championship last Saturday at American Lake in Lakewood.
The Vashon High School Pirates came away from the league championships for cross country with wins in two separate sports: The girls’ team won the Nisqually League Championship, placing five scoring runners in the top eight finishers for a score of 29. In the second sport, Pirates Mason Carter and Selena Mildon won the post-race pie eating contest during the welcome good weather for the day that was sandwiched between days of downpours and windstorms.
Three Vashon families headed south to California the weekend of Dec. 4 to participate in endurance events and came away with excellent performances to add… Continue reading
Dozens of runners and walkers from Vashon took part in the 40th annual Seattle Marathon and Half Marathon on Nov. 28, with some notable performances… Continue reading
More than 70 triathletes took to the waters of Quartermaster Harbor and the roads of Burton Peninsula and beyond Sunday morning in the 10th Annual Heart of the Sound Triathlon, a sprint distance event sanctioned by USA Triathlon.