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Sports roundup: Winter weather condenses prep schedules

WWU basketball teams stay on schedule, each earn pair of wins

Squalicum’s Brenden Farrell-Garcia throws down Lynden's Christian Velasquez.
Squalicum’s Brenden Farrell-Garcia throws down Lynden's Christian Velasquez Dec. 13, 2023, during a meet at Sehome High School. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Staff Reporter
Adverse winter weather conditions condensed prep schedules in all sports last week. Now that the sno
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