5 Whatcom County boys' lacrosse players named to All-Conference teams

THE BELLINGHAM HERALDMay 19, 2014 

Three Whatcom County boys' high school lacrosse players were named to the Wesco/NW All-Conference First Team by the Washington High School Boys Lacrosse Association on Monday, May 19.

Bellingham High School's Zachary Lorenz, Squalicum's Garrett Soresnon and Sehome's Andrew Hoemann were named to the first team. All three play for the Sehome-Bellingham team. Hoemann was also selected to an All-Conference team in 2012 and 2013.

Sehome's Chance Clymer, another Sehome-Bellingham member, and Lynden High School's Troy Nydam were named to the second team. It was Clymer's second consecutive year being selected to an All-Conference team.

LYNDEN SLO PITCH

The City of Lynden Parks Department offers two Summer Slo Pitch leagues beginning in June. The cost to register is $550.

The men's league plays on Tuesday nights beginning June 17 and running for six weeks. Registration is due Saturday, June 7.

The co-ed league plays on Thursday nights beginning June 12 and running for seven weeks. Registration for the co-ed league is due June 1.

For more information call Ron Van Soest at 360-815-6326.

CHUCKANUT BAY RUGBY CROWNS TWO CHAMPS

The Chuckanut Bay youth rugby teams finished the season with two league championships.

The U-16 boys won the U-16 Lower Mainland Championship in the Canadian League for the second straight year. The U-15 boys also won the U-15 State Championship in the Washington League for the second year in a row.

HOLE-IN-ONE AT RASPBERRY RIDGE

Chris Edmonds hit the first hole-in-one of his 14-year golf career on Monday, May 19, at Raspberry Ridge Golf Course.

Edmonds hit the shot on the 180-yard No. 9 hole, a par-3, using his 6-iron. Tom Weinheimer witnessed the hole-in-one.

LAKE PADDEN HOLE-IN-ONE

Charlie Myers aced the No. 16 hole at Lake Padden Golf Course. Myers used his 7-iron on the 137-yard hole-in-one, witnessed by Denny Evans, Bryan Jones and Craig Johnson.

4 HIGH SCHOOL TENNIS SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE

The Bellingham Tennis Club is offering four tennis scholarships for high school students entering their sophomore, junior or senior year. Each scholarship is worth $2,839. Applications are due June 10.

The scholarship includes a one-year tennis membership, a summer tennis camp, 12 semi-private lessons with other scholarship winners, two free seven-week tennis clinics and free entry to Bellingham Tennis Club tournaments.

The application is available on the club's website at bellinghamtennis.com. Winners will be announced June 16. For more information, contact Matthew Iwerson at 360-733-5050.

CASCADE CRUSH WIN LYNDEN TOURNAMENT

The Cascade Crush 12u baseball team won the Lynden Spring Fling Baseball Tournament, held Saturday, May 10-Sunday, May 11, at Lynden's Bender Fields.

The Crush defeated the Crush 11u team 19-7 in the championship game to go a perfect 5-0 in the tournament.

GOLDEN EAGLES BOYS BASKETBALL CAMP

Ferndale High School will hold a basketball camp for boys entering grades 4-8 from Monday, June 23-Wednesday, June 25, at Ferndale High School. Cost is $45 to attend.

Campers will work with the Ferndale coaching staff and basketball players to improve all areas of their game. Attendees will receive a camp basketball and T-shirt, and are asked to bring their own basketball shoes, shorts, T-shirt and water bottle. For more information contact Ferndale coach Monte Walton at monte.walton@ferndalesd.org.

LYNDEN BASKETBALL CAMP

The Lynden Basketball Camp for boys entering grades 4-9 will be held Monday, June 23-Wednesday, June 25, at Lynden High School's Jake Maberry Gymnasium.

Cost is $50 for those in grades 4-8, $30 for 9th graders and $75 for a pair of brothers. Camp will focus on basketball skill development and team-building.

Attendees will receive a ball and T-shirt and are asked to bring their own basketball shoes, T-shirt and shorts. For more information, contact Brian Roper at brian.roper@lynden.wednet.edu.

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