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Washington Interscholastic Activities Association making contingency plans for high school sports competitions after extension of stay home order.
But if the school shutdown extends past April 24, those championships could be in jeopardy.
School district superintendent said for now games will continue as scheduled; players, coaches react
The Pirates, winning most of their games this season, lost to Meridian High School
The game raised over $2,500 this year.
“We anticipated a close game and the team’s mind was set just right to win.”
“It was all thanks to our coaches who believed in us and pushed us to outwork our opponents.”
Nine athletes are headed to the upcoming state tournament, the largest of its kind of the year.
You could say Lisa MacLeod knows what it’s like to be in the water or surrounded by it — and not just because she’s a… Continue reading
Standouts on boys and girls teams made for exciting matchups.
Team narrowly lost to champions Klahowya Secondary School.
“To see the support that our guys gave to each other at the end for a young team is super fun.”
Andy Sears celebrates his 300th win with the Vashon High school boys basketball team.
Burton Beach Rowing Club’s third year got off to a strong start at Ergomania recently.
The Vashon Island Rowing Club does not allow weather to prevent them from keeping in top condition.
“I was very pleased with how well our kids swam over the weekend,” said head coach Randy Turner.
The boys’ relentless defense won the night; girls struggled against Tarriers’ offensive barrage.
Former McMurray Middle School student has played in the FIFA under-18 and under-20 Women’s World Cups
Team back on track after heartbreaking one-point losses in recent weeks.
All teams will try to turn their luck around this week.