High School Football

Squalicum, Lynden ranked 1,2 in Week 8 power rankings

Squalicum running back Triston Smith is stopped short of the goal line by Sehome’s Briley Funk on Friday, Oct. 16, at Civic Field.
Squalicum running back Triston Smith is stopped short of the goal line by Sehome’s Briley Funk on Friday, Oct. 16, at Civic Field. For The Bellingham Herald

1.

SQUALICUM

Storm on track to win NWC title but have a lot to clean up after last week.

2.

LYNDEN

Lions look formidable once again after last week’s huge win over Ferndale.

3.

SEDRO-WOOLLEY

Cubs are peaking at the right time but face big tests next two weeks.

4.

FERNDALE

Golden Eagles came out flat last week and paid the price vs. Lynden.

5.

MOUNT BAKER

Baker’s loss to Sedro-Woolley is now a distant memory.

6.

BURLINGTON-EDISON

Tigers bounced back last week with huge road win over Blaine.

7.

MERIDIAN

Nick Dritsas and the Trojans have the talent to take down Mount Baker this week.

8.

BLAINE

After a discouraging loss, Borderites need to turn things around very quickly.

9.

SEHOME

A struggling offense has been the Mariners’ kryptonite all season long.

10.

ANACORTES

Seahawks face another tough Skagit team after last week’s lopsided loss to Sedro.

11.

LYNDEN CHRISTIAN

Lyncs can’t be happy with last week’s losing effort to Meridian.

12.

BELLINGHAM

Red Raiders keep on winning close ones and face a tough test this week in La Conner.

13.

NOOKSACK VALLEY

The Pioneers’ realistic last chance to earn a win comes this week.

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