Honeywagon Runs coming in April


The Honeywagons Runs will be Sunday, April 13 at Nooksack Valley Middle School.

There will be a half-marathon (9 a.m.), a four-mile run (10 a.m.) and a kids half-mile fun run (9 a.m.) for children 10 and younger.

Walkers are welcome and will start at 8 a.m. for the half marathon.

Awards will be presented to top finishers.

For more information and to register, go to gbrc.net.


The Chuckanut Bay U-19 rugby team earned a 43-24 victory Saturday, March 15, over Eastside from Bellevue at the Polo Fields in Ferndale.

Robert Semu, a senior from Ferndale, led all scorers with three trys, Blaine senior Cole Muder had two trys, Bellingham's Kenny Williamsand Squalicum's Max Evans had a try each. Sehome's Jonny Reid had four conversions.


Equestrian Vaulting, the sport of dance and gymnastics on horseback, comes to the Lynden Fairgrounds on March 28-30 at the Northwest Washington Fair and Events Center.

Vaulters of all ages, including some of the top vaulters from the United States and Canada, will compete in the first of several U.S. Equestrian Federation (USEF) recognized selection trials for the World Equestrian Games and International Vaulting Championships. This competition, "Vault into Spring," is sponsored by the Warm Beach Vaulters from Warm Beach Camp in Stanwood.

Vault into Spring is free to the public.

For more information, go to www.warmbeachvaulters.com or www.facebook.com/warmbeachvaulters


Sehome's Chance Clymer, a senior midfielder, and Andrew Hoemann, a senior goalie, were named to the 2014 Wesco/Northwest Preseason All-Conference first team, which was announced by the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association.

Lynden junior midfielders Blake Browning and Jared Moffat were named to the second team.


The Bellingham Bay Swim Team had five swimmers participate in the Western Sectional Championships in Federal Way.

Cole Avery had 11 team records in the 100 back (50.66 seconds), 200 back (1:50.77), 100 fly (49.97), 200 fly (1:48.27), 200 IM (1:51.17) and 400 IM (3:55.47). His 200 fly time of 1:48.27 earned him a USA Swimming Junior National qualifying time and is ranked 11th in the country while his 400 IM time is ranked 10th in the nation.

Kelly Huffer led the women's side with seven team records in the 500 free (5:05.97), 1650 free (17:32.56), 100 fly (58.20), 200 fly (2:01.78), and 400 IM (4:24.77) all broke records in the 13-14 girls age group. Kelly's 200 fly time of 2:01.78 is currently ranked 10th in the country among 14 year old girls.

Emily Huffer broke five team records with her times in the 100 back (56.57), 200 back (2:01.69), and 500 free (5:05.77) breaking the 17-18 girls team records and her 100 and 200 backstroke performances breaking the women's open team records making her the fastest BBST swimmers in those events respectively.

Audrey Shenkin attended the meet as a relay only swimmer and competed in the time trials and achieved a personal best time in the 100 fly (59.11) setting a new 17-18 girls team record.

WSWA Febus Classic Results for North County Grapplers

Pee Wee 51-54

Kingston Fogarty placed second after going 0-2.

Pee Wee 55-57

Andrew Dugger placed first after going 2-1 and scored 1.00 team points.

Novice 85-89

Braden Leyba placed second after going 2-1 and scored 1.00 team points.

Novice 100-104

Evan Sorensen placed third after going 0-2

Novice 112-118

Cameron Ledet placed second after going 2-0.

Schoolboy 70

Dylan Harrison placed first after going 2-0 and scored 1.00 team points.

Schoolboy 105-112

Gabriel Diersing placed fourth after going 1-3.

Schoolboy 105-112

Daeln Tells placed fifth after going 0-4.

Schoolboy 120-128

Adam Dugger placed third after going 1-2.

Schoolboy 136

Luke Sorensen placed first after going 2-0 and scored 1.00 team points.

Schoolboy 152-157

Giovanni Steltzer placed third after going 0-2.

Schoolboy 152-157

Cooper Clawson placed second after going 1-1 and scored 1.00 team points.

Cadet 113-120

Delaney Cop placed third after going 0-2.

Female (Cadet) 124

Delaney Cop placed first after going 2-1 and scored 1.00 team points.

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