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LYNDEN — Standing on top of the mound is something Lynden pitcher Peter Bovenkamp has grown used to during his four-year career on the diamond for the Lions. On Monday afternoon against Lynden Christian, ...
WHATCOM — At this time last season, Lynden Christian soccer coach Brent DeRuyter was ready to get his team in shape for state soccer competition. The Lyncs had the pieces in place and seemed destined ...
DEMING — It’s been an excellent start to the spring for both the boys and girls track teams of Lynden Christian High School. LC opened its season Thursday with a dominant victory over Mount Baker and ...
BELLINGHAM — Led by pitcher Kaleb Brownfield’s solid performance, Mount Baker took down Squalicum on Friday evening, 6-1. Brownfield, who made his season debut starting on the hill, held the home-team ...
WHATCOM — Chad Richter stepped off the mound Monday afternoon after the first inning of Meridian’s game against Sultan. The talented senior pitcher had just allowed three runs. He jogged off the field, ...
LYNDEN — At this time last year, Lynden golf coach Russ Dorr had a goal on his mind. He wanted to help his team win a Northwest Conference title and make a deep run into the district tournament. After ...
WHATCOM — Whenever a team is able to return the majority of its starters, it’s a great benefit in building toward the future. For Lynden Lions fastpitch, coach Steve Petersen welcomes back eight key ...
YAKIMA — Fitting. It’s the only way to describe Lynden’s state-tournament finish against Renton on Saturday, a game they never trailed and won by 23. Senior guard John Shine, who went 6-of-19 shooting ...
YAKIMA — It wasn’t how Lynden Christian forward Kayla Tiemersma thought it would end. She had hopes of hoisting the 1A state title high into the air on Saturday afternoon. Instead, the lone LC senior ...
YAKIMA — As the final buzzer sounded in Lynden Christian’s third-place game against Cedar Park Christian, there was a huge smile on coach Roger DeBoer’s face. You would have thought the Lyncs had ...