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VIRC is holding its’ 3rd annual Passport to Pain bike ride on Saturday, September 14, 2013. Dubbed as "a hair-raiser of a fund raiser", the event has grown in popularity in just three short years.

Voice of Vashon has been broadcasting the Vashon High School Pirates baseball, football, and basketball games live this year. Kevin Linnell and John Yates are announcing the basketball games this winter.

Vashon’s U-13 Boys Select Soccer Team (Cobras) opened their season against Sparta99 with a stunning victory two weeks ago in Tacoma.

We’re down to the final two weeks before the 2nd Annual Jim Martin Pirates Alumni Baseball Game on Sunday, June 3rd. Please help us get in touch with former Pirates baseball players. We need email addresses and CELL PHONE NUMBERS. The cell numbers are important in the event we need to communicate game day updates quickly to the players who have confirmed their participation. We need players to RSVP to me via email: rita55@wavecable.com or on my cell: 206-423-2606.

Register today for your son grades 3-6 to learn the ABCs of lacrosse or refresh his skills at a Varsity player lead clinic to be held Saturday, December 17 at the high school gym. Adult coaches and Lacrosse Club parents will be on site to answer your questions about participating in the Vashon Lacrosse Club program.

Sixteen Vashon Wrestlers traveled to Quincy, Washington on July 5th for a three day camp across the mountains. The camp is titled Steven Vashon's Most Interesting Wrestling Camp in the World.   All wrestlers camped out at the Wild Horse Campground and wrestled in a potato barn 

Vashon Island has a history of sport and athleticism, from the founding of K2 Skis and involvement in early hydroplane development to being the home of an annual 10k and 5k run, two triathlons (road and Xterra), and the annual Dock to Dock Half Marathon. The Island presents a great environment for many outdoor activities, from open water swimming to horse back riding.

The Vashon Island Junior Crew team recently competed at the Northwest Junior Regional Championship regatta in Vancouver, Washington where the team entered 16 races, qualified for the final in 15 of them, medaled in 12, and qualified 4 boats for the U.S. Junior National Championships