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1A's Show Their Stuff
Jan 21, 2018 4:57 PM

By Ted House

We just witnessed the most competitive week of the 2017-18 season in the Northwest Conference. There were packed gyms and tight scores. In the end, the week belonged to? The One-A’s.

Go back to Monday. While the Lynden Lions were in the ShoWare Center knocking off defending 4A champion, Kentwood, the 1A’s were home, feasting off some of the Lions’ 2A rivals. Nooksack won at Bellingham; Lynden Christian won at Sehome; and Mt. Baker won at Squalicum.

Lyncs Take Control
Jan 15, 2018 12:46 PM

by Ted House

This week will mark the half way point of the regular season. After six games, the league standings are symmetrical. The axis is the four teams with 3-3 records.

Here are some examples of how balanced the league is this year:

Home, or Away, for the Holidays?
Jan 14, 2018 10:38 AM

By Ted House

Basketball season is different than the other sports seasons of the school year, in that it has multiple major holidays to negotiate. With that comes, not only a variety of potential problems, but a variety of positive elements as well.

Surprises, Big and Little
Dec 17, 2017 4:23 PM

by Ted House

After seeing eight games in eight days, spanning Friday to Friday, there are only three NWC teams that I have yet to see. The one conclusion I have drawn from all that is, if someone wants to win the league title this year, they are going to have to take it from Anacortes.

Non-League Rivalry Week
Dec 15, 2017 12:26 PM

By Ted House

The second full week of basketball in the Northwest Conference should have been named, “Non-League Rivalry Week.” There were only three rivalry games over the past six days of the NWC schedule, but that’s where the excitement was.

This is where the Skagit County schools have the upper hand on the Whatcom County schools. It’s not on the floor, exactly, but in the stands. “The Battle for the Bridge,” and the “Tiger-Hawk Challenge,” were the big happenings to the south this week.

Season 12 of the Northwest Conference Begins
Dec 3, 2017 12:02 PM

By Ted House

As the field of 14 Northwest Conference boys basketball teams leave the starting gate for the 2017-18 season, most of the technical aspects have actually stayed the same as last year. We have the same two 3A teams; the same four 1A teams; and the same eight 2A teams.

NWC: 11 Years of History
Feb 23, 2017 8:48 AM

By Ted House

The mammoth Northwest Conference just completed its 11th year in existence. It has always been the home to either 13 or 14 schools, and has always included the 1A, 2A and 3A classifications.

Mt. Vernon was one of the charter members, and Lakewood is the latest to join the conference, having been picked up as a free-agent from the Cascade Conference last summer.

2016-17 ALL NWC BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM
Jul 9, 2017 11:18 AM

Squalicum Senior Damek Mitchell was named as the Most Valuable Player of the Northwest Conference, by league coaches.

Bellingham’s Brad McKay was named the Coach of the Year.

For complete first and second teams, please see the attachment below.

Post Attachments2016-17 ALL NWC BOYS BASKETBALL TEAM

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