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SEDRO-WOOLLEY — The Lynden Lions (4-0) came away with a big road win Friday evening, knocking off Sedro-Woolley 21-7. Unfortunately for the Lions, the victory didn’t come without a cost. Center Tristan ...
LYNDEN — Prior to Lynden’s two matches against Bellingham and Sehome last weekend, coach Trey Ballard knew it’d be a tough battle for his Lions against the top two 2A squads. He was right. On Wednesday, ...
MAPLE FALLS — Although the conditions were less than ideal, there was a solid turnout for the 2013 Mount Baker Invite held on Saturday morning. A total of 14 teams participated in the boys’ varsity ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Lions may be 0-3 on the season, but the team continues to make the strides that coach Linda Bode was hoping to see from her girls early on this season. Lynden hosted Archbishop Murphy ...
TENNESSEE — It was a corner-turning game for Tennessee Titans quarterback Jake Locker. The Ferndale alum, who had struggled mightily during his first two years in the NFL, was having the game of his ...
Only a minute into the third quarter Friday night and the score 35-10, it appeared as though the Meridian Trojans were well on their way to a dominating victory over Sehome. The offense was clicking and ...
EVERSON — If one thing was apparent from Nooksack Valley’s come-from-behind win over Meridian last Thursday, it’s that first-year head coach Katie Emmons understands the importance of mid-match adjustments. ...
DEMING — Senior running back Izaiha Schwinden is a man of few words. Known to be quite shy around the Mount Baker locker room, the talented speedster isn’t one to boast about accomplishments or spike ...
Life With Lio: Two projected LC starters are lost for the season, including standout point guard Daulton Hommes
LYNDEN — Adversity is something any team, in all sports, must face throughout a season. However, for Roger DeBoer and his Lynden Christian basketball team, it’s something they’re attacking two months ...
DEMING — When the Lynden Lions take on 2-1 Sedro-Woolley this Friday night, they’ll do so with a week three come-from-behind 27-20 victory over Mount Baker in under their belts. Last Friday in Deming, ...