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After 6 subpar seasons, Bellingham boys hoops is back in the mix

Bayhawks are on the rise with best 13-game start since 2016–17

Lynden’s Brant Heppner and Bellingham’s Elias Togagae battle for a rebound as they both reach for the ball.
Bellingham’s Elias Togagae battles Lynden’s Brant Heppner for a rebound Thursday, Jan. 4 during a game against the Lions. The Bayhawks are on the rise this season after six straight seasons with a losing record. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Sports Editor
Bellingham boys basketball head coach Brad McKay knows better than most what the Bayhawks’ program

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