Tour de Whatcom opens registration

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDApril 22, 2014 

The Tour de Whatcom bike ride, which will take place July 27, is open for registration.

In 2013 it had a record number of participants, topping out at 1,041 riders, and the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition will be the 2014 beneficiary of the ride.

With three different routes of varying lengths, this ride is a perfect event for riders of any level.

Early bird registration is until May 15, with entry fee increasing by $10 after that date.

Details on the race and events that are a part of the race can be found at TourdeWhatcom.com.

SEHOME-BELLINGHAM LACROSSE EARN VICTORY

Sehome senior Nash Boyd scored the game-winner in the waning minutes of the fourth quarter as Sehome-Bellingham beat Snohomish 8-7 in boys' high school lacrosse Saturday at Glacier Peak High School in Snohomish to remain undefeated.

With the combined Snohomish-Glacier Peak High School prep squad leading 7-6 after the third, Sehome senior midfielder Alys Clark connected for the equalizer at 5:10 of the final set before Boyd beat Glacier Peak senior goalie Noah Palmaffy at the 4:12 mark.

Boyd finished the night with a pair of goals while Clark's game-tying goal completed a hat trick on the night.

Lynden's lone goals came from Luuk Veening and Jared Moffat in the second and third quarters.

DEMOLITION DERBY SIGNUPS AND TICKETS GO ON SALE

The Northwest Washington Fair in Lynden announces that tickets will go on sale at 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 23, for this year's demolition derby shows.

Advance tickets are $22 for the 12:30 p.m. demolition derby show, $27 for the evening show and $32 for both shows on the fair's opening day of Monday, Aug. 11.

The popular shows are organized by the Whatcom Demo Derby Club and the evening show typically is a sellout.

Drivers will be competing for $19,200 in prize money, up from $15,500 last year.

Competition classes include small pickups, large pickups, pre-1980 cars, post-1980 cars and small cars.

For more information and entry forms, visit the club's website at www.wddclub.com.

Tickets for all grandstand shows include admission to the fair, scheduled Aug. 11-16 in Lynden. In contrast to most entertainment tickets sold, there are no extra service fees or convenience charges.

Fans can purchase tickets through the fair's website, nwwafair.com, at the fair's Lynden office, 1775 Front St., and by phone at 360-354-7777.

Bad Draw Battle at the Peak

Results for North County Grapplers

Pee Wee 52-55

Kingston Fogarty went 0-2 and placed third.

Pee Wee 59-62

Andrew Dugger went 2-0 and placed first with one team points.

Bantam 55

Daniel Zarate went 1-2

Bantam 55

Jackson Bennett went 2-2

Intermediate 70

Gage Morgan went 1-2

Novice 90

Braden Leyba went 0-3 and placed fourth

Novice 100

Evan Sorensen went 1-1 and placed second with one team points.

Schoolboy 128

Hunter Morgan went 1-2

Schoolboy 136

Adam Dugger went 0-2

Schoolboy 136

Tyler Weed went 3-1 and placed third with one team points.

Schoolboy 136

Luke Sorensen went 1-2

Schoolboy 152-155

Giovanni Steltzer went 0-2 and placed third

Schoolboy 152-155

Cooper Clawson went 1-1 and placed second with one team points.

Cadet 126-131

Delaney Cop went 0-2

Cadet 126-131

Elijah Rohde went 1-2

WHATCOM SENIORS GOLF 2014

Bellingham Golf & CC

March 31

Low Net Champions

Bill Cartwright, 69; Andy Yurochak, 69

Flight A (Hcp 0-16.00)

1st Gross: Bob Weeks, 78

1st Net: Ray Kent, 70

Flight B (Hcp 16.01-18.00)

1st Gross: Bob Gundred, 88; Jim Yake, 88

1st Net: Rick Schillinger, 71

Flight C (Hcp 18.01-21.00)

1st Gross: Jim Rassat, 91

1st Net: Eddie Goto, 73

Flight D (Hcp 21.01-24.00)

1st Gross: Mike Butschli, 95; Gary Jonson, 95

1st Net: Norm Lang, 72

Flight E (Hcp 24.01-30.00)

1st Gross: Rudy Veland, 97

1st Net: Jim Chevalier, 74

Flight F (Hcp 30.01-up)

1st Gross: Dan Gimmoney, 106

1st Net: Alan Parker, 73

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