Mount Baker’s Carson Engholm drags Nooksack Valley’s Tre Silva, center, and Austin O'Bryan into the end zone for a touchdown Sept. 23 at Mount Baker High School in Deming. Mount Baker defeated Nooksack Valley 44-36, and the two schools will play again Friday, Oct. 14, at Nooksack Valley.
Mount Baker’s Carson Engholm drags Nooksack Valley’s Tre Silva, center, and Austin O'Bryan into the end zone for a touchdown Sept. 23 at Mount Baker High School in Deming. Mount Baker defeated Nooksack Valley 44-36, and the two schools will play again Friday, Oct. 14, at Nooksack Valley. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com
Mount Baker’s Carson Engholm drags Nooksack Valley’s Tre Silva, center, and Austin O'Bryan into the end zone for a touchdown Sept. 23 at Mount Baker High School in Deming. Mount Baker defeated Nooksack Valley 44-36, and the two schools will play again Friday, Oct. 14, at Nooksack Valley. Evan Abell eabell@bhamherald.com

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