Football to finish regular season Friday against Nooksack, as girls soccer ends with winning record

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Borderite football will host Nooksack Valley Friday, October 29, for senior night and some of the boys’ final regular season game of their high school career. 

Football

Blaine come into their final game of the season on the back of two away losses. Last week, the boys traveled to Meridian where they lost 21-15 to the Trojans after a down-by-6, fourth quarter drive was intercepted at the 2-yard line. Threatening to score and down 21-15, quarterback Avery Dohner threw a pass over the middle intended for Jaxon Kortlever that was tipped and intercepted by the Trojan defense.

The Borderites started the game strong as Dohner completed a 47-yard pass down the left sideline to Ethan Koreski. The quarterback and receiver connected again on the next play for a 14-yard slant pattern touchdown pass. But Meridian responded, scoring twice in the first quarter. Blaine notched one back in the second, but failed to score in the final half of the game. The boys have made a habit of starting strong and pulling up short this season.

Kortlever had a big game offensively, catching 10 passes for 151 yards. Koreski had his best varsity game with five receptions for 83 yards.

Senior night is Friday at 7 p.m. at the Blaine High School stadium. Blaine is 4-3 this season.

Statistics and play-by-play thanks to whatcompreps.com.

Girls soccer

The Lady Borderites finished off their regular season with a 1-0 loss at Lynden, but the Lions did not deny the girls finishing their season with a winning record, 8-7. On the back of a three-game winning streak where Blaine scored two, nine and four, they failed to score against the Lions. It has yet to be decided whether they will be included in post-season action.

Volleyball

Girls volleyball are long in need of a set. The girls have lost their last six matches in straight sets heading into their final game of the season Wednesday,
October 27. 

The Lady Borderites traveled to Lynden Monday, October 25, to face the Lions, who were on a six game winning streak and made it seven on the night. The girls lost in three straight sets; 25-15, 25-14 and 25-16. They are 3-11 this season with one game left to play.

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