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Bellingham United girls wrestling split up — but it’s all according to plan

All 3 Bellingham high schools now have independent, in-house programs

Squalicum wrestlers watch a teammate attempt to grab their opponent's shoulders.
Squalicum wrestlers watch a teammate during a dual meet Tuesday, Dec. 5 at Mount Vernon High School. The three Bellingham high schools now have separate varsity teams after competing under Bellingham United in previous seasons. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Sports Editor
When Brian Porteous took over coaching a combined high school girls wrestling program, Bellingham Un

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