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Blaine soccer wins two big ones in a row

After winning a pair of conference games in the past week, the season is heating up for the Blaine girls varsity soccer team. The Borderites beat Bellingham 3–1 on September 26 and Squalicum … more

Volleyball still looking for first victory

Blaine varsity volleyball is still looking for its first win, and it will have some chances in the next week. The Borderites lost 3–0 to Ferndale on September 24 and 3–1 against Lynden at … more

Soccer falls behind in pair of tough games

Blaine girls varsity soccer lost a pair of close games to bigger conference rivals Lynden and Ferndale over the past week. The losses make Blaine’s record 2–3–1. Blaine … more

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Cross Country Blaine cross country athletes competed at the South Whidbey Invite on September 21. Taylee McCormick was Blaine’s top finisher, placing 34th out of 90 in a season-best 23 … more

B.C. team shuts out Blaine football 21–0

After two early mistakes, Blaine football couldn’t recover in a 21–0 loss on September 13 at home. The Borderites have a 1–1 record after the loss to Lord Tweedsmuir, a Surrey, … more

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Volleyball Blaine girls volleyball lost 3–0 in its season opener, an away match against Sehome on September 16. Next, the Borderites travel to Ferndale (1–0) for a 7 p.m. match on … more

Blaine defense dominates in 27–8 win in first game

Blaine football’s defense held Chief Sealth to just 45 yards of total offense in a 27–8 victory at the season-opener on September 6, at Blaine High School. “Our front seven and … more

Cross country is “lightyears ahead” of last year, says coach

This season, Blaine’s cross country teams have a goal of getting more than one runner to state – their standard of the past two seasons. Blaine’s cross country teams have … more

With experienced starters, BHS volleyball hopes to return to state

Blaine volleyball’s roster includes four of six returning starters from a team that qualified for the state tournament last season. If those experienced players can integrate some talented … more

With a spot in a higher conference, football team will look to prove they belong

Faced with a choice in the off-season of whether to move up to the 2A Northwest “Sky” division or stick with the lower “lake” division, Blaine Borderites’ seniors … more

Experienced girls soccer team could turn some heads this year

With nearly every player from last year back – and everyone who played regularly – the Blaine girls soccer team is looking to have a competitive season and improve on last year’s … more

Blaine wrestlers look toward postseason

Blaine’s Aidan Button wrestles an opponent from Bellingham during a January 23 meet at Bellingham High School. Photo by Christina Hall By Oliver Lazenby The Blaine boys varsity wrestling team ended … more

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Girls wrestling The Blaine girls wrestling team ended its regular season at the Lady Knights Invitational on January 26 in Everett, where the small Borderites squad placed 22nd out … more

Boys basketball splits a pair of away games

By Oliver Lazenby The Blaine varsity boys basketball team came out ahead in another close conference game on January 17, beating Mount Baker (6–11 overall) 67–64 at Mount Baker … more

Blaine Special Olympic athletes bring home ribbons

Nine Blaine athletes competed in the Special Olympic sub-regional basketball skills tournament at Stanwood High School on January 20. The following were awarded ribbons: Ryker … more

Borderites take 5th in Lynden wrestling tournament

Jacob Westfall pinned his opponent, Preston Barr of Glacier Peak High School, at the 31st annual Lynden Tournament on Saturday, January 19. Westfall placed first at 195 pounds in the tournament. … more

Borderites team effort topples Sedro-Woolley in 75–64 conference win

By Oliver Lazenby The entire Blaine boys varsity basketball team looked full of confidence and energy in a 75–64 win at home against the Sedro-Woolley Cubs on … more

Blaine girls suffer close loss at Sedro-Woolley

By Oliver Lazenby Blaine girls basketball lost two close games in the last week, starting with a 57–51 loss at home against Sehome on January 10, followed by a 46–42 loss at … more

Blaine wrestlers place second out of 24 teams at Seattle tournament

By Oliver Lazenby The Blaine’s boys wrestling team placed second out of 24 teams at the King of Beacon Hill Invitational at Cleveland High School in Seattle against many bigger 3A … more

First league win since 2016 – a sign of progress for boys basketball

Blaine’s Adam Vega drives toward the hoop against Meridian on January 3 at Blaine High School. Vega scored the final basket in Blaine’s 75–73 conference win against Meridian. Story on page 6. … more
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