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The Associated Press released its first set of rankings for the 2013-14 basketball season this week and the Lynden Lions came in at the numer one spot of the 2A schools. Lynden, who edged Burlington-Edison ...
The Washington football team landed a verbal commitment from three-star cornerback Brandon Lewis on Wednesday afternoon. Lewis, who was previously committed to Boise State, flipped his commitment to UW ...
For the second consecutive game, the Lynden Lions boys basketball team had to face a little bit of adversity to keep their perfect record in tact. On Tuesday night, the Lions improved their record to 9-0 ...
BELLINGHAM — Before the start of the 2013-14 boys basketball season, the name Alex Martin didn’t carry a whole lot of weight around the Northwest Conference. Very few knew of the Meridian junior guard. ...
LYNDEN — Lions basketball coach Brian Roper is starting to learn some things about his team. He hasn’t had much time to do so, after all. The Lions, with a perfect 8-0 on the season and 2-0 in Northwest ...
BELLINGHAM — When Lynden girls basketball coach Rob Adams returned from Arizona in late December after his team had gone 1-2 in the Cactus Jam, the Lions head man knew what had to be done. Lynden had ...
LYNDEN — During a three-way match on Friday at Jake Maberry Gym, the Lynden wrestling team defeated Sehome 49-28, but also suffered a tough 40-39 defeat to Lakewood. In the victory over the Mariners, ...
LYNDEN — It wasn’t a must-win contest for the Lyncs against Bellingham on Thursday evening, but after two straight losses on their home floor, LC needed to respond and show that although they are a ...
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For the majority of the night, Lynden looked like it would cruise to a dominant win over 2A Northwest Conference rival Squalicum. However, late in the second half, the visiting Storm kept fighting ...