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LYNDEN — As I walked onto the Lynden football field on Friday night, draped in a sweatshirt and overcoat, I surveyed the field and saw the Lions warming up. I knew I wouldn’t see quarterback Lucas ...
LYNDEN — It had been a long five-season struggle for the Lynden Christian football team against Nooksack Valley. Time and time again, the Pioneers had the Lyncs’ number. That all changed Friday night, ...
LYNDEN — Of all teams in the north county, in all sports, perhaps no one is hotter right now than Lynden Christian volleyball. The Lyncs have won five straight matches, over Anacortes, Ferndale, Lynden, ...
LYNDEN — After losing their first four swim meets, Lynden swimmers are picking the right time to get things in motion. The Lions have won two of their last three meets, defeating Burlington Edison 134-31 ...
WHATCOM — After losing only its second game of the season Thursday, Meridian didn’t take long to bounce back. With a 3-2 loss to Burlington-Edison fresh in their heads, the Trojans quickly responded ...
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It only took 43 seconds for the Lynden Lions to gain a lead on the Burlington-Edison Tigers and never look back. On the Tigers’ opening possession, linebacker Trent Postma intercepted Burlington’s ...
Lynden starting quarterback Lucas Petersen will miss the remainder of the 2013 season. Petersen, who is a first-year starter for the Lions, broke his left wrist during practice on Thursday night while ...
Last Wednesday, at Berthusen Park, the Lynden Lions cross country team hosted Meridian and Bellingham for a meet. Both the boys and girls ran 5,200 meters on a sunny afternoon. The Meridian boys dominated, ...
It’s a meeting that is always circled on the calendars of north county volleyball fans. Whenever the Lynden Christian and Lynden volleyball teams square off, a high-octane game is expected. Tuesday ...