Northwest Conference football power rankings

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDSeptember 27, 2013 

1. Lynden (1): Lions must play better early against Sedro-Woolley.

2. Ferndale (2): Golden Eagles know they still have room for improvement.

3. Sedro-Woolley (5): Cubs should challenge two-time defending champs.

4. Mount Baker (4): Mountaineers gave Lynden all it wanted last week.

5. Squalicum (7): Storm rebounded from disappointing Week 2 performance.

6. Burlington-Edison (3): Tigers hungry to get back on track after loss to rival.

7. Meridian (10): Trojans picked up a forfeit victory, now they want an on-field win.

8. Friday Harbor (11): Wolverines have played well the past two weeks.

9. Lynden Christian (12): Lyncs could be in another tight battle with Anacortes.

10. Anacortes (13): Seahawks already have surpassed last year's win total.

11. Sehome (6): Mariners suffered a heart-breaker at Anacortes.

12. Nooksack Valley (8): Pioneers look to enter NWC 1A play on high note.

13. Blaine (9): Borderites looking to grow off rough first three weeks.

14. Bellingham (14): Run defense still failing Red Raiders at 8.8 yards per attempt.

Reach DAVID RASBACH at or call 715-2271.

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