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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 ...
LYNDEN — Things were looking grim for the Lynden volleyball team to start out the season. With an 0-5 mark to open the year, the team had their backs against the wall and stood alone at the bottom of ...
LAUREL — For Meridian running back Letrez Jones, the nickname “Flash” seems more than appropriate. The way he sliced and diced his way through defensive lines this season was downright impressive. ...