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The Lynden Lions defeated Kingston 34-0 on Friday evening in the opening round of the 1A state football tournament. The Lions used a balanced offensive attacked, which included the strong play of starting ...
The LC volleyball team took on Lakeside Friday evening in the 1A state quarterfinals, but lost 3-1, ending their championship hopes. LC won the first game 25-20, but lost the following three 25-22, 25-20 ...
The Lynden volleyball girls took on West Valley (Yakima) in the first round of the 2A state volleyball tournament earlier this afternoon and lost 3-0. The Lions were able to bounce back Friday evening, ...
On Friday afternoon, it appeared as though the Lynden Christian volleyball team would be headed to the consolation bracket after falling behind 2-0 to Connell at the SunDome in Yakima. However, the Lyncs ...
The memorable 2013 campaign for the Meridian girls soccer team continued on Wednesday evening. The Trojans took down Elma 3-0 in the opening round of the 1A state soccer tournament. Meridian was able to ...
SEATTLE — Standing in the center of the King’s High School gym, Lynden Christian volleyball coach Kim Grycel couldn’t hide her emotions. As she embraced each member of her coaching staff and team, ...
LAKEWOOD — Throughout the season, it’s been nearly impossible for teams to keep their hands on Meridian running back Letrez Jones. The 5-6 speedster has cruised his way through gaping holes provided ...
LYNDEN — On a rainy night at Lynden’s Rollie DeKoster Field, the field conditions were beyond sloppy. Jerseys were covered in mud and Lions’ equipment managers must have been sweating just thinking ...
PASCO — Led by the sixth-place finish of junior standout Collin Magnusson, the Meridian boys cross country team took third place at the 1A state cross country meet on Saturday. Magnusson finished the ...
LYNDEN — With two victories last week, the Meridian girl’s soccer team advanced to the 1A state soccer tourney. The Trojans, who are 15-4-2 on the season, defeated Northwest 2-0 last Tuesday and University ...