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LYNDEN — These days, the number of athletes playing sports at Bender Fields doesn’t seem to be as high as it used to be. That’s because it isn’t as full. Over the last few years, Lynden Parks Director ...
LYNDEN — When people head to Las Vegas, Nev., for vacation, there’s usually several things they like to stop in and do first. The options are limitless. You can catch a magic show, hang out with an ...
LAUREL — Before the first game of 2014, Meridian baseball coach Steve Slesk said the way his kids started the season would be crucial for the team’s confidence. Four games into 2014, it looks like ...
DEMING — Whenever Mount Baker and Nooksack Valley get together for a track meet, you can expect some top-tier athleticism on display. On Thursday, March 27, the Mounties hosted the Pioneers and Friday ...
LYNDEN — Following a 7-1 loss to Sequim on Saturday, March 22, the Lynden fastpitch team has responded with two straight wins to improve its record to 4-2. Lynden’s last game, on Thursday, March 27, ...
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LYNDEN — Every prep athlete has a goal upon beginning the senior campaign of their high school career. For Meridian javelin thrower Kaleb Heezen, he has his goals set quite high. “I want the school ...
LAUREL — When the Lynden and Meridian soccer teams face off on the pitch, one might think the players have just watched some football movies prior to the initial whistle. Bodies are guaranteed to fly ...
LYNDEN — Shortly before the start of the season, Lynden coach Steve Petersen surveyed the field and looked on as his players did some in-field drills. Petersen was wearing a Bellevue College fastpitch ...
LYNDEN — If there’s one word that sings like no other around the city of Lynden, especially in regard to athletics, “tradition” seems more than appropriate. But tradition isn’t built overnight, ...