Mount Baker’s Kylee Engholm, from left, Lynden Christian’s Shyann Brandsma and Emma Stump, Blaine’s Kjirsten Larson, Cornerstone Christian’s Elissa Vreugdenhil, Meridian’s Kiana Gray, Lynden’s Mariah Gonzalez, Nooksack Valley’s Rachel Sande and Sehome’s Samantha Hruby sign letters of intent to play basketball for Whatcom Community College on Saturday at Orca Pavilion, as coach Kevin Davis and assistant Courtney Shilling watch.
Mount Baker’s Kylee Engholm, from left, Lynden Christian’s Shyann Brandsma and Emma Stump, Blaine’s Kjirsten Larson, Cornerstone Christian’s Elissa Vreugdenhil, Meridian’s Kiana Gray, Lynden’s Mariah Gonzalez, Nooksack Valley’s Rachel Sande and Sehome’s Samantha Hruby sign letters of intent to play basketball for Whatcom Community College on Saturday at Orca Pavilion, as coach Kevin Davis and assistant Courtney Shilling watch. Shelby Greenlaw / WCC Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Mount Baker’s Kylee Engholm, from left, Lynden Christian’s Shyann Brandsma and Emma Stump, Blaine’s Kjirsten Larson, Cornerstone Christian’s Elissa Vreugdenhil, Meridian’s Kiana Gray, Lynden’s Mariah Gonzalez, Nooksack Valley’s Rachel Sande and Sehome’s Samantha Hruby sign letters of intent to play basketball for Whatcom Community College on Saturday at Orca Pavilion, as coach Kevin Davis and assistant Courtney Shilling watch. Shelby Greenlaw / WCC Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

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