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9600 SW 204th St ~ Vashon, 98070
Athletic Office: (206) 463-1944
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Athletic Director: Andy Sears
Athletic Secretary: Char Phillips


 
2019 Bacchus Award Winners
May 29, 2019 2:34 PM

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The Bacchus Award is given in recognition of outstanding athletic talent for students who have participated in multiple high school sports. The award is given in memory of Thomas and Douglas (Lad) Bacchus, VHS ’38 and ’40 respectively. Both were killed in separate air accidents a few months apart during World War II. Thomas died in December of 1944 in the South Pacific while serving in the U.S. Navy Air Corps and Lad died in February of 1945 in Oregon on his way home for furlough shortly after earning his wings in the Army Air Corps. Both brothers were very involved in school activities including drama, clubs, school leadership and sports.

2019 Award Winners

Mia Knight

Tommy Delargy

2019 Mathews Award Winners
May 29, 2019 2:30 PM

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The Mathews Inspirational Award is presented to the senior athlete or athletes who have consistently exhibited inspirational leadership to the athletic programs of Vashon Island High School. The award is given in memory of Jay Mathews, VHS ‘73 who died of leukemia in 1981. Jay was very involved in school activities including football, basketball and track. He was a natural leader and an inspirational teammate: hard-working, dedicated and possessed a good attitude.

2019 Award Winners

Olivia Larson

Colin Pottinger

Lewis Kanegy

1A BOYS SOCCER STATE CHAMPIONS!
May 29, 2019 2:32 PM

From the seattletimes.com:

By Terry Wood

SUMNER — Vashon Island made its first appearance in a Class 1A state boys soccer championship match a memorable one.

Senior Tommy Delargy scored two goals and Bellamy Cox-Sitkiewicz headed in another as the Pirates decisively defeated previously unbeaten Winlock-Toledo 3-1 Saturday at Sunset Chev Stadium to earn the school’s first state championship trophy in the sport.

“We’ve been telling them that it’s going to take just one lucky team to get through, and we were that team,” sixth-year coach Benjamin Bork said.

Vashon Island (18-2-2) controlled the pace of the game from the start and outshot Winlock-Toledo (17-1-4) 13-4 for the match, yielding only its second goal of four state-tournament matches in the final two minutes. Junior goalkeeper Richard Revas was required to make just three saves.

“It was dominant, absolutely,” Cox-Sitkiewicz said. “We like to play a possession game, and we did exactly that.

“Probably no one expected us to be here,” he said. “But the underdogs made it into the championship game, and today we were just much better.”

The Pirates produced six good scoring chances without allowing a shot on their own goal in the opening 20 minutes.

In the 22nd minute, Delargy and team assists leader Jacob Heuschert exchanged a series of back-and-forth passes while waving through the core of the Winlock-Toledo defense before Delargy lifted a chip shot from 12 yards out past United’s keeper.

“We’re really strong up the middle,” Delargy said. “It’s been our strength all season.”

Seven minutes later, the nimble-footed Delargy barely missed another goal when, after another round of back-and-forth passes, this time with senior forward Finley Oswald, led to a hard blast from 15 yards out that was barely controlled by a diving save.

“He’s just a skilled striker,” Cox-Sitkiewicz said of Delargy. “The control that he has and his foot mastery, dribbling and shooting, is just beyond anybody I’ve seen.”

In the 31st minute, Oswald bounced a near-goal off the crossbar, gathered the rebound and set up Cox-Sitkiewicz for a header from 10 yards out.

Delargy added his second goal in the 72nd minute, taking a rebound and drilling a rocket just inside the near post from 16 yards away, giving Vashon Island a 3-0 lead.

“Once we got that goal, I felt like it was over,” he said. “We had a lot of motivation to win this game. It feels amazing to be state champion.”

2018-2019 WIAA Team/Activity Scholastic Award Recipients
Jun 3, 2019 12:07 PM

2018-2019 WIAA Team/Activity Scholastic Award Recipients

Outstanding Team GPA (3.5-4.0)

Boys Basketball – 3.560, 7th in State

Girls Basketball - 3.677

Girls Cross Country - 3.930, 2nd in State

Girls Soccer - 3.677

Boys Tennis - 3.500

Girls Tennis - 3.828, 6th in State

Girls Track and Field - 3.576

Distinguished Team GPA (3.0-3.49)

Baseball - 3.423

Cheer (Fall) - 3.200

Cheer (Winter) - 3.446

Boys Cross Country - 3.333

Boys Soccer - 3.114

Softball - 3.204

Boys Track and Field - 3.226

Volleyball - 3.388


Boys Tennis
Varsity Life Christian Acad. Away (Galbraith) 3:00 PM
  Dismiss: 1:35 PM    Depart: 2:10 PM    Return: 6:30 PM    

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