Girls' basketball power rankings

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDJanuary 25, 2014 

1. Lynden Christian (11-2): Big win over Ferndale keeps Lyncs here.

2. Ferndale (12-3): Had LC on the ropes, but just couldn't finish them.

3. Blaine (10-5): Aside from losses to Ferndale and LC, Blaine looks solid.

4. Mount Baker (8-7): Yost, Brandland make dynamic pairing.

5. Burlington-Edison (9-7): Loss to Anacortes shows chink in armor.

6. Lynden (9-6): You never know what team you're going to get with the Lions.

7. Bellingham (10-6): Red Raiders are coming on strong late.

8. Anacortes (7-8): Seahawks get big win over Burlington-Edison.

9. Nooksack Valley (10-5): The Pioneers' struggles in league continue.

10. Squalicum (7-9): Storm break five-game losing streak against Sedro.

11. Sedro-Woolley (3-11): Cubs still keeping things close despite losses.

12. Meridian (3-12): Trojans have had a brutal schedule of late.

13. Sehome (0-14): Maddy Bryan shows she's a solid threat for Mariners.

ALEX BIGELOW

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