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MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — For the Lynden Christian Lyncs, it’s been nothing but dominating performances to start off the postseason. LC easily captured the 1A district title last week at Mountlake Terrace ...
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — When it comes to Lynden Christian basketball, the celebrations are kept to a minimum after big wins. Following their 61-52 victory over King’s on Saturday at Mountlake Terrace High ...
NOOKSACK — During the Nooksack Valley-Mount Baker game Thursday night, Pioneer senior Kaycee DeBruin caught fire late. Then, with under five seconds left on the clock and the game tied at 35, DeBruin ...
Baker wrestler Tyrel Cronk is used to shining under the bright lights. As a standout linebacker for the Mountaineers, he helped lead the team to the semifinals of the 1A state football playoffs. This weekend, ...
HOQUIAM — It was a day to remember for Mount Baker coach Clyde Blockley and his girl wrestlers. The Mountaineers won the regional tournament at Hoquiam last weekend and will send nine student-athletes ...
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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