MOUNT VERNON — The Peninsula women’s basketball team suited up and played 10 in its Northwest Athletic Conference game Monday against Skagit Valley College.

BURLINGTON — It was tough to tell the Burlington-Edison girls’ basketball team hadn’t played a game in over a week by the final score of Monday night’s game.

MOUNT VERNON — Victoria Heino had to wait two years, but as she and the rest of the Mount Vernon girls’ basketball team charge into the home stretch of their season, it’s turned out to be worth the wait.

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The undefeated Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team has been recognized as the top team in the Northwest Athletic Conference in the conference’s latest coaches’ poll.

MOUNT VERNON — A year ago, Steve Epperson won his 900th game at the helm of the Skagit Valley College women’s basketball program.

FERNDALE — The Burlington-Edison boys’ basketball team overcame a slow start and an off night shooting Thursday — as well as a game-high 35 points from the Ferndale’s Jazen Guillory — for a 79-77 overtime win over the Golden Eagles.

The Anacortes boys’ wrestling team was shorthanded Wednesday night against a Northwest Conference opponent, but managed to battle its way to some quality wins all the same.

SEDRO-WOOLLEY — It took a technical foul in the second quarter Tuesday night to spark the Sedro-Woolley boys’ basketball team, but that spark led to a big run and a victory over Nooksack Valley.

MOUNT VERNON — The Mount Vernon girls’ basketball team had its hands full Monday night when the Bulldogs took to the court against Cedarcrest in a nonconference game.

LAKEWOOD — The third-ranked Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team elevated its record to 15-0 Saturday with an 85-62 win over Pierce.

ANACORTES — The coaching staff for the Anacortes boys’ basketball team had a challenge for the Seahawks on Monday night: hold a tall and high-flying South Whidbey team under 50 points.

A group of four volunteers scanned Padilla Bay for clues — a group of black dots on the water, a white head in the trees, birdsong from the bushes. Listening closely and watching through their spotting scopes, the volunteers identified bird species, counted them, and recorded the results.

OREGON CITY, Ore. — The third-ranked Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team kept its perfect record intact Saturday, doing so with an increasingly injury-riddled lineup.

BURIEN — The Burlington-Edison boys’ basketball team shook off a little holiday rust and picked up a win Thursday night against Inglemoor in the Sterling Christmas Shootout at Kennedy Catholic High School.

BURLINGTON — Though John Seth wants to be on the wrestling mat, he is instead watching from the sidelines.

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LYNDEN — Burlington-Edison wrestler Cora Orton headed north on Saturday for the second day of the Pride of Lady Lions Invitational, only to face a Skagit County opponent in the championship match.

OREGON CITY, Ore. — After Friday’s win over Blue Mountain, the Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team is headed into its winter break with a perfect record and a small piece of program history.

Wrestling coaches Jay Breckenridge and Jack Hurd may have retired before the season began, but their signatures will be with the Sedro-Woolley program — literally — for quite some time to come.

MOUNT VERNON — Three Burlington-Edison boys’ swimmers won two events each Thursday as the Tigers edged Lynden in a home meet.

BURLINGTON — The Burlington-Edison boys’ wrestling team has an especially young team this season, and some of those wrestlers came through with wins Wednesday in a victory over Lakewood.

OREGON CITY, Ore. — It wasn’t pretty, but the Skagit Valley College men’s basketball team gutted out a win on the road Wednesday in the Northwest Athletic Conference Crossover Tournament.

The state champion La Conner volleyball team was well represented on the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association’s all-state team, and earned a separate nod from the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association.