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ANACORTES — Lynden senior swimmer Jan Wolfisberg still remembers the feeling of failing to make the 2A state swimming meet last season. It left a salt-water taste in his mouth. The then-junior Lion wasted ...
Postseason play for hoops has finally arrived and for several teams in north Whatcom County, that means a chance to chase their dreams of becoming state champions. Here’s a quick look at where teams ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian senior forward Kayla Tiemersma still thinks back to her sophomore year. She recalls Senior Night when she was a 10th grader, thinking to herself that her time would never come. ...
LYNDEN — With 6:31 left on the clock in the fourth quarter Thursday night, Lynden coach Brian Roper had seen enough. He stood up from his chair, signaled to his backups to head on to the court and pointed ...
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BELLINGHAM — It’s a rivalry that dates back to the 1990s. In his nearly 20 years at Mount Baker High School, wrestling coach Ron Lepper recalls the back-and-forth battles between his Mountaineers and ...
Lynden High quarterback Josh Kraght is Portland State bound. The 5-10 gun slinger is on his official visit to PSU right now, but contacted the Lynden Tribune Saturday night announcing that he had committed ...
LYNDEN — There’s seemingly always excitement when the Lynden Christian boys take on 2A teams. Whether it be an overtime thriller against Lynden or a buzzer-beating win, LC fans can expect a wild finish. ...
BELLINGHAM — Heading into the season, Meridian girls basketball coach Don McMains knew there was some rebuilding that needed to be done. He knew the Trojans weren’t returning a lot of players and that ...
When Mount Baker needed someone to step up on offense Friday night at Squalicum, junior Reuben Murashov didn’t hesitate. The 6-4 forward took control of the tempo for the Mountaineers and finished the ...