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“My body wasn’t conditioned enough for this race. But I’ll be ready next year for the 10.75-mile run.”
In past years, it’s been a bittersweet badge of honor. Most of the past 15 or so years have seen the Vashon Island Rowing Club… Continue reading
This past weekend, three junior athletes from the Burton Beach Rowing Club competed against the best of the best at USRowing’s Youth National Championships in… Continue reading
Duo rowed all through the night in rough water with waves from all directions.
The 50k had an unheard-of finishing rate of 97%, with 61 runners completing the course.
The Pirates defeated Winlock/Toledo United, 3-1, to become the 1A champions last Saturday.
Island lacrosse team claims 1A/2A title.
The trio came home with top-15 finishes
Towner Anderson advanced to the State tournament after a winter in limbo.
An exciting season was played with heart, said coach Marc McCann.
Several VIRC boats finished well enough in their heats to qualify for the finals.
Will compete in respective events on Friday and Saturday.
Fifteen of young club’s athletes came home with medals from NW Regional championships
Awards included academic, tournament and player’s choice.
A win will put the Pirates into the finals at Sumner’s Sunset-Chevrolet stadium Saturday.
He has an excellent chance to qualify for the State tournament
Championship saw all six of the Nisqually league schools come to Vashon.
The boys will compete in the Division championship after a hard-fought win.
New athletes gained valuable course experience heading into regionals.
The team is out of the league playoff picture