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Girls wrestling

The Blaine girls wrestling team placed 17th out of 26 teams at the Berserker Tournament on February 1 at Curtis High School in University Place.

Genesis Vazquez led the Borderites, pinning Lleana Wall of Yelm in her final match to take fourth place at 110 pounds. 

Rayanne Mutchler won two matches, one by a pin and one by a decision, and scored four team points but did not place in the tournament.

Next, Blaine girls will wrestle in the sub-regional tournament on Friday and Saturday, February 7 and 8 at Squalicum High School.

Boys basketball

Blaine lost a pair of away games in the past week: Bellingham beat the Borderites 55–50 on January 31 and Lynden won 88–51 on February 3.

After the losses, Blaine has a 9–9 record overall and a 3–8 record in conference games.

Next, Blaine hosts Sehome (7–11 overall, 4–7 in conference games). Tip off is at 7:15 p.m. on Saturday, February 8.

Girls basketball

Blaine girls basketball lost to Bellingham 53–24 on January 30, to Sehome 46–29 on February 1 and to Lynden 63–30 on February 4.

Blaine’s record is now 5–14 overall and 2–10 in conference games.

The Borderites play their final game of the regular season at 7:15 p.m. on Thursday, February 6, at Nooksack Valley (14–5 overall, 8–4 in conference games).

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