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In largely open regattas in Canada Oct. 25 and 26 (Head of the Gorge and Head of the Elk), the young team competed with Canadian university teams. The women’s quad (Koenig, Saathoff, Laine Williams, Marisca Martin and cox Warner) took fifth in a crowded field, and the men’s eight (Amstrup, Hoffman, Cody Turner, Will Kicinski, Steven Dewalt, Ky Burton, Thane Gill, Tim Hanson and cox Sayvetz) took first in its division.
Vashon plays No. 1 Cascade Christian at home at 6:30 p.m. today, Nov. 5.
Two Pirate cross-country runners will compete at the state level, after placing in the top 30 competitors at the tri-district meet on Saturday.
This week's game is on Wednesday, not Thursday.
By MITCH TREESEand MICHELLE STEARNSFor The BeachcomberThe Pirates hosted the Cascade Christian Cougars for a stunning five-game match on Monday, Oct. 20.The Pirates started out… Continue reading
By DON OLSONFor The BeachcomberAt the start of this game there were three schools tied for first place — Orting, Cascade Christian and Vashon —… Continue reading
These players, who helped in the effort to keep Chimacum scoreless, are the men in the “trenches,” the linemen whose work is harder to see… Continue reading
By MICHELLE STEARNSFor The BeachcomberThe Vashon High School Pirates volleyball team won twice last week, both times by 3-0 scores against Charles Wright’s Tarriers and… Continue reading
Last week was a bad one for Pacific Northwest sports.The Huskies were decimated in Arizona, the Cougs couldn’t score to save their lives, the Seahawks… Continue reading
By DON OLSON andMARY KAY RAUMAThe Vashon High School Pirates football team put on another dominating performance last week, this time against Life Christian at… Continue reading
The Vashon Pirates football team shut out Nisqually League archrival Charles Wright 3-0 on Tarrier turf in the rain and wind last Friday.The game was… Continue reading
Soccer dad faced his biases against the sport.
By DON OLSONFor The BeachcomberVashon’s Pirate football team defeated Port Townsend last Friday in a thriller, 26-25.This game had everything: suspense, long passes, long runs,… Continue reading