Tickets go on sale Thursday, April 2, for the Professional Bull Riders Touring Pro Division event, which will return to the Northwest Washington Fair & Event Center in Lynden.
Approximately 35 of the top bull riders in the world are expected when Laurel Farm and Western Supply Lynden PBR starts at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, May 9, inside the Washington Tractor Arena.
Reserved tickets from $29 to $39 will be available at the Northwest Washington Fair & Event Center office, 1775 Front St., Lynden, online at nwwafair.com or by phone at 360-354-4111.
Golfing duo competes in Olympia event
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Kate Baker of Bellingham shot a 81-79–160 to finish fourth in the girls 14- to 15-year-old division in the Washington Junior Golf Association Boys Western Open title at Capitol City Golf Club in Olympia.
Kyle Baker of Bellingham shot a 79-78–157 to finish tied for 17th in the boys 16- to 17-year-old division.
Crush wins tournament in Yakima
The U-12 Cascade Crush baseball team won the Swing into Spring Tournament in Yakima.
The Crush outscored opponents 51-4 and only played a total of 15 innings in four games, hitting seven home runs along the way. This is the first time a Crush team has won this title.
Team members are Colby Arnold, Marcus Bradley, Alejandro Cazorla , Garner Christensen, Jacob Kaepernick, Garrett Kamkoff, Tim Malo, Trent Miller, Darius Opdam Bak, Carson Peters, Greg Roberts, Aidan Roddel, Kobe Sandstrom and Kyle Turnberg.
The Crush is coached by Jeremy Hirschkorn and Nick Perigo.
Sehome-Bellingham boys’ lacrosse earns two win
Mark Gannon and Nathaniel Heritage combined for eight goals to lead Bellingham-Sehome boys’ lacrosse team to a 13-1 win over Ballard at Civic Stadium.
Zach Lorenz had six goals and three assists and Heritage had five goals to lead Sehome-Bellingham in scoring in a 21-13 win over Shorecrest on Wednesday at Shoreline High School. Gannon added four goals and four assists.
Lorenz leads Bellingham girls’ lacrosse to win
Skyler Lorenz had five goals and Annika Major added four goals as the Bellingham girls’ lacrosse team earned a 24-8 win over Curtis at Civic Stadium.
The first-year Bellingham program jumped out to a 14-4 lead by the half then added seven more in the second to cruise to its first all-time win.