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SEDRO-WOOLLEY — After capturing the 2A Northwest Conference championships in both football and basketball, the Lions completed the trifecta on Monday afternoon. The Lions capped off their remarkable ...
Former Meridian Trojan Andrei Lintz has a dream of making an NFL roster and although he wasn’t drafted this week in the NFL draft, those dreams are still alive. [[more]] The 6-5, 250-pound tight ...
LYNDEN — As the LC and Lynden boys golf teams prepared for the 2013 cat fight last Thursday at Homestead Golf Course, the spirit couldn’t have been friendlier. Both teams gathered side by side, with ...
LYNDEN — It’s been an up and down season for the Lynden Lions and head coach Drew Smiley is scratching his head about that. The talent is undoubtedly there. The chemistry between players continues ...
BELLINGHAM — As soon as he let the javelin fly on Friday afternoon, Meridian’s Kaleb Heezen knew he was headed to the podium. He watched in the approach as his superb throw flew high into the air ...
In a meeting of Northwest Conference giants, Lynden wasn’t intimidated. No, the Lions didn’t care that first place in the league standings was on the line and that a loss on the road to Sehome ...
The Lions and Pioneers met in a Northwest Conference showdown on Tuesday evening, with Lynden dominating from the start. The visiting Lions used solid pitching and an excellent offensive performance to ...
NOOKSACK VALLEY — Chloe Gardner stood tall at the plate during the fourth inning on Thursday afternoon. Her Nooksack Valley Pioneers were down 5-2 against Mount Baker and the bases were loaded. Before ...
BELLINGHAM — It’s been a rough couple of days for the Nooksack Valley soccer team. After dropping a close game to Blaine on Friday 5-3, the Pioneers traveled to Squalicum on Monday afternoon. With ...
DEMING — Heading into Monday’s tilt against the Lynden Lions, Mount Baker head coach Quinn Le-Sage knew his Mounties needed to play their best baseball to steal a win from one of the state’s hottest ...