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BELLINGHAM — Entering Thursday night’s tilt with 2A Bellingham, Nooksack Valley soccer coach Valentin Villalobos understood he and his boys faced a bit of an uphill climb against the Red Raiders. Before ...
DEMING — There’s no denying that the competition level for fastpitch in the Northwest Conference is tough this season. This is something Mount Baker coach Ron Lepper fully understands. Entering last ...
It’s become a consistent trend for NWC soccer fans to hear good things about Lyncs’ midfielder Cody Fransen following a game. Tuesday was no different. Fransen scored two goals in yesterday’s ...
LYNDEN — The year was 1980 and current Lynden Christian Athletic Director Curt DeHaan had just been named the girls basketball coach of the Lyncs. DeHaan, 26 at the time, accepted the job as a recent ...
BELLINGHAM — It was about a week ago that Meridian’s Janessa Murphy felt she could break a record. Not just a personal record, though. The senior Trojan long jumper, who began her jumping career last ...
BELLINGHAM — Entering Monday’s clash with the Sehome Mariners, no team had been playing at a higher clip than the Lynden Lions. Lynden, which held a 4-6 record following a 7-6 loss at Bellingham on ...
BELLINGHAM — If there’s one thing that has helped the Meridian boys track team throughout 2014, it’s been consistency. And on Friday, at Civic Stadium, the team continued that trend during the NWC ...
It was a little over a month ago, on Tuesday, March 18, that legendary Lynden Christian girls basketball coach Curt DeHaan decided to retire from his post on the Lyncs’ bench. On Wednesday evening, ...
Following a dominant 23-0 victory over Squalicum on Monday afternoon, the Lions picked up where they left off by taking down Nooksack Valley 10-1 on Tuesday afternoon. Tanna Benson, who got the win on ...
LYNDEN — In a match where the Lynden Christian boys soccer team desperately needed a victory, the players certainly delivered on Monday afternoon. Sitting with a record of 2-5-3, the Lyncs entered Monday’s ...