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LAUREL — Holding an undefeated record of 6-0 means a lot to Nooksack Valley coach Shane Wichers. His girls have put in the hard work, including a 47-36 victory over Meridian Thursday night, and they ...
LAUREL — When Meridian assistant coach Jack Hallmark walked into the Trojan wrestling room on the first day of fall practice, he recognized all four of the guys that were standing on the mats. A 2013 ...
LYNDEN — With a 5-1 record going into the weekend, the Lynden Christian Lyncs boys have plenty of confidence entering the highly anticipated Cloud 9 Sports Christmas Classic. LC will open the tournament ...
LYNDEN — When the Lions opened the season against King’s on Sept. 7, at the University of Washington’s newly renovated $250 million stadium, all eyes were on who would step up for Lynden. On a team ...
It was a busy Thursday on the hardwood in the Northwest Conference, with all five north county teams in action. The 2A Lynden Lions improved their season record to 3-0 with a 60-47 victory over Bellingham. ...
On Tuesday evening, both the Lynden and Lynden Christian basketball teams were in action, but only one school remained undefeated. The Lions hosted Tamanawis (B.C.) last night and defeated the top Canadian ...
WHATCOM — Often in high school sports, the loss of seniors can force a team to enter a new season with a lack of experience and pressure youthful players to step into new roles. The same can’t be said ...
NEW JERSEY — I’d be 100 percent lying if I told you I wasn’t a little nervous on Sunday morning. I woke up on my buddies’ couch at 8 a.m. in Brooklyn, New York, where I had arrived for vacation ...
DEMING — Lynden coach Brian Roper has been in a bit of a strange situation to start off the season. Less than 10 days ago, he really didn’t even have a team. His guys, too busy winning the 2A state ...
TACOMA — The 2013 season may have just ended four days ago for the Lynden football team, but as the old saying goes, it’s never too early to start thinking about the future. And let me tell you right ...