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LACEY — On June 27-29, the Lynden Lobos, a U-13 baseball team, captured the USSSA Washington State championship in Lacey. The Lobos went 5-1 during the double-elimination tournament. ynden’s lone loss ...
PORTLAND — From 2010 to 2013, the names Josh Kraght and Zach Vis meant the world to football fans in Lynden and Whatcom County. The two, who graduated from Lynden High School a year ago, had historic ...
LYNDEN — When the Lynden Christian baseball team needed someone to step on the mound this year and put forth a solid performance, coach Desi Luna always knew who to call on. Senior right-handed pitcher ...
FERNDALE — To open a U-10 baseball tournament in Ferndale last weekend, the Lynden U-9 state baseball team suffered a tough loss to Conway. However, Lynden went on to win its next three games and captured ...
When you check in at 6-5, 230-pounds and have the speed of Bryce Sterk, it shouldn’t come as a surprise to hear that college football programs are showing interest. In Sterk’s case, it seemed ...
Former Lynden offensive lineman Matt Meyer, who graduated in the spring of 2013, will suit up for the Eastern Washington football program this fall, he confirmed on Saturday morning. Meyer, who signed ...
SUMAS — Each year, Sumas Chamber of Commerce Vice President Rod Fadden knows the end of June will see a lot of people coming into town. This is because the Sumas Community Days bring people in from all ...
There’s something special about the game of soccer to me. I don’t see that changing anytime soon and I think the reason I find the sport so beautiful is because of how much I think it can resemble ...
LYNDEN — When word got around Whatcom County that Washington State Athletic Director Bill Moos was headed to Lynden last week, the question naturally begged. Why? The Cougar AD, who enters his fourth ...
SEATTLE — I need a doctor. Holy smokes, that’s exactly what was on my mind in mid- March after I went on a three-mile jog. The night before that run, I had promised my friend, Megan Low, that I would ...