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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
— Michelle Stearns is a volleyball mom.
— This article was compiled and edited by sports editor Eric Horsting with information from coaches Kevin Ross and Laura Johnson.
Bainbridge 38, Vashon 14.
U14 Eagles victorious in Labor Day tournament
Vashon High School’s Pirate football team defeated the Sultan Turks last Friday 24-21 in a tense duel that was not decided until the final seconds.
Vashon High School girls soccer coach Paul Beytebiere didn’t seem too perturbed by his team’s 6-1 loss last Saturday to Port Townsend’s Redskins.
The Vashon Pirates cross-country team is off and running in 2008, according to boys coach Kevin Ross. Ross said that 20 athletes turned out, which will supply a solid core of performers for both varsity and junior varsity.
Vashon High School football head coach Clay Eastly seemed very happy with the outcome of last Friday night’s game, the opener for the season against the Sultan Turks, a non-league opponent.
Vashon High School varsity tennis head coach Jake Dillon said last week after a Friday practice on a balmy afternoon at the Pirate courts that he will use a team of seven including lone senior Max Burnham, who is also a basketball player.