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LAUREL — After getting outscored 69-40 in its first two games of the season, the Meridian football team had work to be done offensively. Under the direction of first-year starting quarterback Tanner ...
LYNDEN — It’s no surprise that the LC volleyball team is off to a hot start this season. Rather, it’s become expected for a Lyncs program that has been to the 1A state volleyball tournament each ...
LYNDEN — Using a balanced attack through the air and on the ground, the Lions posted a Friday evening victory reminiscent of the type of games played in their 2012 state championship roll. Lynden never ...
WHATCOM — After opening the season with a 5-1 victory over La Conner on Sept. 10, it’s gone all downhill for the Nooksack Valley girls soccer team. The Pioneers have lost 10 straight games, including ...
It sure wasn’t easy on Thursday evening, but the Lynden Christian girls volleyball team earned a hard fough victory over the Ferndale Golden Eagles. Led by hitter Kara Bajema, the Lyncs improved their ...
BELLINGHAM — In a season that has been filled with mostly disappointing results, the Mount Baker girls’ soccer team continues to fight. The team is in second-to-last place of the Northwest Conference ...
NOOKSACK — Entering last week, the Lynden volleyball players found themselves in an unfamiliar spot. They were 0-5 on the season and at the very bottom of the league standings. Among 2A squads, they ...
NOOKSACK — Battles on the gridiron are often won or lost in the trenches. That was something Nooksack Valley coach Robb Myhre understood heading into Friday’s tilt with 1A power Mount Baker. The Pioneers ...
WHATCOM — With the house packed and the Friday night lights shining, Lynden let the rest of the 2A classification know they’re the real deal. The Lions knocked off Sehome 45-7 in the annual homecoming ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden girls’ swim team traveled to Arne Hanna on Wednesday, Oct. 2. to take on Squalicum, and lost 117-53. Lions’ coach Linda Bode said, following the meet, that several key swimmers ...