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“I am so impressed by the quality, depth and enthusiasm displayed this weekend,” said Masters Coach.
Latest victory follows an impressive season for the Pirates.
Vikings put up strong opposition but Pirates rose to the challenge.
Runners set fast times amounting to successful team results.
“There were energy and momentum through the whole game.”
The Pirates were prepared to defend their placement in their league.
Outgoing seniors brought the Pirate record to 9-2 overall, 6-0 in the league.
Crew met two-time Olympian and 2015 World Champion single sculls champion Emma Twigg.
Rowing season continues this weekend at Portland Fall Classic on the Willamette River.
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The team is now number one in the league.
VIRC rowers medaled at more than a dozen events.
Mustang boys captured first place; Pirate captain placed first in high school girls 5k race.
It was a good early-season test for the island-based team.
The team recently defeated the Vikings of Bellevue Christian 4-0.
Next week, the team will travel to south Kitsap and later host Charles Wright.
Coach Clay Eastly says despite the defeat, the game was a big step forward for the team.
At the Curtis Invitational last Saturday, the Pirates all set personal bests.
VIRC came home with medals in eight separate events at last Sunday’s Tail of the Lake regatta.
Both the girls’ and boys’ teams finished in third place out of seven teams.