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TACOMA — Lynden senior Caleb Newman still remembers the slap in the face from week one in Shoreline. It wasn’t the way his senior season was supposed to start. The Lions were destined to go undefeated ...
TACOMA — Five rushes for 25 yards. It’s what shows up in the box score for senior running back Luke Christianson. What doesn’t show up, however, is the courage it took for Christianson to put the ...
TACOMA — Once the final whistle blew, they didn’t jump around exuberantly. Players on the sideline didn’t huddle together and grab a Gatorade jug to dump over coach Curt Kramme’s head. Instead, ...
SUMAS — Some residents in the city of Sumas are furious. An outcry of anger and concern has been directed toward the City Council, and people in the community are doing everything they can to make sure ...
SUMAS — The time of year has returned for the people of Sumas to await the arrival of Santa Claus in the community. At 7 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 3, the Sumas Lions Club will host its annual Santa Comes ...
LYNDEN — The stage is set for the Lynden Lions. This Saturday at 1 p.m. in the Tacoma Dome, the team will have the opportunity to claim the 2A state championship for the second consecutive year. The ...
TACOMA — The stands were packed with red and black shirts and jerseys at the Tacoma Dome Saturday morning for a 1A state semifinal game. Fans looked high into the rafters and saw 28-0 on the scoreboard ...