Boys' basketball power rankings

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDFebruary 1, 2014 

1. Anacortes (12-4): Seahawks took care of business with two wins.

2. Lynden Christian (13-4): Lyncs pick up single-digit wins in nailbiting week.

3. Lynden (14-2): The win over Sehome keeps Lions in good position.

4. Sehome (12-5): The Mariners can put up points when needed.

5. Sedro-Woolley (10-5): Two losses to superior teams doesn't warrant drop.

6. Meridian (9-8): After big win over Tigers, Trojans stay close with LC.

7. Burlington-Edison (8-8): Loss to Trojans breaks three-game win streak.

8. Bellingham (8-10): Win over Ferndale continues run of good play.

9. Squalicum (10-7): Storm have won two in a row now.

10. Ferndale (7-10): Good victory and close loss keeps Ferndale here.

11. Blaine (6-11): Borderites continue fight, but end with three road games.

12. Mount Baker (3-14): Mountaineers have lost four straight.

13. Nooksack Valley (0-17): Schedule only gets tougher for Pioneers.

JOSH HART

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