Bellingham at Squalicum boys’ tennis
3:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 13
Drew Segren, above, has proven to be one of the elite boys’ singles players in the Northwest Conference this season, along with his teammate, Kevin Smiley. The two Storm standouts will have their hands full with Bellingham’s Connor Thompson and Charlie Carmichael.
Bellingham at Meridian girl’s soccer
4 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14
The first time these two teams faced in a non-league game, Bellingham walked away with a 6-3 win. Meridian and Emily Brackinreed, above, will hope to exact some revenge against one of the top teams in the Northwest Conference, putting themselves squarely in the running to finish in the top third of the league.
Burlington at Ferndale volleyball
7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14
Ferndale and setter Abby Reid, above, face a tough test against the defending Class 2A state champion Burlington-Edison. The Golden Eagles have already pushed top 2A teams Bellingham and Sehome to five sets each, defeating the Red Raiders before losing to Sehome.
Sehome at Anacortes girls’ swimming
2:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 15
The Mariners’ Gwen Roley, above, is one of the best swimmers in the 2A classification, and this matchup against the Seahawks will provide a mid-season test for her and her teammates. Standouts Alia Malella and Hannah Holmgren also should be key in this dual meet.
Squalicum at Burlington girls’ soccer
6 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16
The Storm boast the most prolific offense in the conference, with Michelle Saunders, above, serving as the facilitator to forwards Kim Hazlett and Kim Dorr. Her play in the backline has been stellar, as the Storm defense will try to slow Burlington’s Edie Breckenridge.