SPORTS & REC

Here are some other confrontations that should whet your appetite
BY BARRY WILNER, AP PRO FOOTBALL WRITER | May 21, 2022 at 5:10 a.m.

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RECREATION

Cornhole more than a backyard pastime

Upper Left Cornhole provides space for professional-quality tournaments

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SOFTBALL

Lynden Christian upsets Mount Baker to reach finals

District 1-2 tournament day 1 recap

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PROFESSIONAL

Buck, Aikman excited about 'starting over' with ESPN

Once ESPN landed Aikman, conversations began about Buck joining him

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OUTDOORS

Hiking Fidalgo, that not-quite-San Juan island

No ferry lines involved

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GOLF

Local golfers packing up clubs for state

Whatcom County sending 25 golfers to state championships

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TENNIS

Lynden tennis makes history with first league title

Not the goal entering season, but still sweet

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SOCCER

Squalicum shuts out Fife in state tournament first round

Led by Jordan Voigt's hat trick, the Storm move on to next round

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SOCCER

Sehome eliminated from state tournament by Franklin Pierce

Mariners fall 3-2 in opening round

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SCHEDULE

Sports calendar: May 19 – May 25

Upcoming prep, college and professional sports

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SKI TO SEA

Race day approaching for Ski to Sea

Registration remains open until May 25

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ROWING

WWU rowing selected to NCAA Championships

Vikings last won a national title in 2017

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PREP

Sehome bounces Bellingham soccer out of playoffs

Recapping week two of the prep sports postseasons

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MOUNTAIN BIKING

Whatcom World Cup opening night sees more than 200 racers

The local mountain bike race series began its 14 race season

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TENNIS

District tennis: Bellingham, Sehome, Lynden all earn state berths

Bellingham wins team championship, Sehome, Lynden take final spots