An error in omission led to Squalicum freshman boys' swimmer Rowan King being left off the All-Whatcom County boys' swimming team.
King, who finished fourth at the Class 2A state championships in the 100 breaststroke with a time of 1 minute, 3.22 seconds, was a key factor in helping Squalicum finish seventh at the state meet, and he has since been added to the list. The freshman also excelled in the 200 individual medley, finishing eighth in state with a time of 2:06.78.
His emergence in the pool for coach Randy Elsner helped lead the Storm to a 5-1 Northwest Conference record, and to within one point of potentially topping Sehome for the league crown.
NOOSACK'S STRUIKSMA SIGHNS NLI TO MAYVILLE STATE
Nooksack Valley standout pitcher Kayla Struiksma has signed her national letter of intent to play softball at Mayville State University next season in North Dakota.
Struiksma has proven to be one of the premier pitchers in the Northwest Conference over the past several seasons for coach Tom Harmon, accumulating 23 wins in the circle in her career at Nooksack Valley thus far. In that stretch, the Pioneers have made it to the state tournament in each of her first three seasons.
GARAGE SALE FO BELLINGHAM BOYS' GOLF
The Bellingham boys' golf team is holding a garage sale between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday, April 19, at Bellingham High School to raise funds for the boys' golf team.
The orchestrators, Tanya Henrikson and coach David Bobillot, are asking for any items families might like to donate that could be sold to benefit the team. All unsold items will then be donated to We Care, a local non-profit group.
Any items people would like to donate are being asked to be dropped off between 2:15 and 4 p.m. Friday, April 18, at the high school.
Henrikson and Bobillot are also looking for willing volunteers to help with the sale. For more information, contact Henrikson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
YOUTH BASEBALL/SOFTBALL CLINIC AT LYNDEN HIGH
Lynden High School is hosting a youth softball and baseball clinic from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Tuesday, April 1.
The cost is $20 to participate, and all the children K-6 will get a lunch and a t-shirt, among other prizes. Weather permitting, the clinic will be held out on Curt Mayberry Field, but if conditions are unfavorable, it will be held in Jake Mayberry Gym.
Sign-ins will begin at 8:45 a.m., and all children are being asked to bring both indoor and outdoor shoes.