The 2013 High School Football season is here!

The 2013 High School Football season is here!

2013 High School Football schedule

9/6 Squalicum 48 Kingston 28 (F)
9/7 Lynden 14 Kings 6 (F)
9/13 Ferndale 48 Sehome 21 (F)
9/20 Ferndale 28 Garfield 6 (F)
9/27 Blaine 45 Bellingham 8 (F)
10/4 Ferndale 41 Squalicum 7 (F)
10/11 Anacortes 29 Squalicum 16  (F)
10/18 Lynden Christian 43 Nooksack Valley 18 (F)
10/25 Lynden 14 vs. Ferndale 6 (F)
11/1 Squalicum vs. Lynden 6:35pm

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9/6 Ferndale 47 Blaine 21 (F)
9/7 Mt. Baker 47 Bellingham 0 (F)
9/13 Friday Harbor 49  Lynden Christian 21 (F)
9/20 Squalicum 42 Bellingham 6 (F)
9/27 Meridian 41 vs. Sehome 36 (F)
10/4 Lynden 42 Sehome 7 (F)
10/11 Meridian 60  Nooksack Valley 28 (F)
10/18 Lynden 45  Burlington 24 (F)
10/25 Mt. Baker 52 Blaine 19 (F)
10/31 Mt. Baker vs. Meridian 6:35pm

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*All games are subject to change


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