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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.
“We are just trying to get better every day.”
“It’s such a testament to how much they care about where they came from.”
Head Coach Clay Eastly said he was impressed with both the perseverance and cohesiveness of the team
Despite sores and arm cramping, Sean Robertson ran the Emerald City race. Here is his first-person account.
VIRC’s Sarah Deal, 26, explains her approach to the sport
There is a variety of team sport and recreation opportunities on the island during colder months.
The event is free and also open to furry friends and strollers.
Podium finishes for team at the West Coast’s biggest autumn race, the Head of the Lake.
Elsewhere, Ella Yarkin raced her fastest time in the WIAA State Championship.
Klahowya defended their home turf, but the Pirates went on to confidently play against Bellevue.
Ella Yarkin will compete in the State Cross Country Championships on Friday.
Strong finishes from Burton Beach rowers put the team on solid ground ahead of next season.
Soccer fans rejoice with another win as families celebrate senior players.