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Soccer: Lions dominate LC, fall to Ferndale

  WHATCOM — Lynden (5-4, 3-2 Northwest Conference) blew past rival Lynden Christian 5-0 on April 1, jumping out to an early 2-0 lead behind a pair of goals by NWC scoring leader Nicolas Parris.   Gerardo ...

Baseball: Ranson’s no-hitter leads Baker to first win

  WHATCOM — Colton Ranson threw a complete-game no-hitter on April 2, leading Mount Baker (1-8, 0-4) past Concrete, 2-0, for its first win of the baseball season. Ranson struck out 13 batters and ...

Softball: Pioneers still undefeated

  WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley (6-0, 3-0 Northwest Conference) remained undefeated in softball with victories over Meridian and Blaine last week.   On March 31, the Pioneers routed Meridian 13-3, ...

Lynden Slow-Pitch league registration open

  LYNDEN — The Lynden Spring League Slow-Pitch games will begin the week of April 12.   The season consists of doubleheaders on Tuesday and Thursday nights and will last six weeks.   Cost ...

Baker’s Wilson places second in Whatcom County Championship

  SUDDEN VALLEY — Mount Baker’s Gemma Wilson finished second overall with a score of 49 in the Whatcom County Championship on April 2 at Sudden Valley Golf Course.   Her teammate, Bria Henthorn, ...

Bedlington Twilight Invitational local medalists

The Bedlington Twilight Invitational was a showcase for local track and field talent, as north county athletes racked up medals at the 11-school meet on March 27 at Lynden High School. The Lynden girls’ ...

Local AP all-state basketball selections

BOYS 2A first team – Scooter Hastings (Lynden) 1A first team – Cody Fransen (Lynden Christian) 1A honorable mention – Zach Roetcisoender (Lynden Christian) 1A honorable mention – ...
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Lynden girls win Bedlington trophy, sweep relays; boys place second

  LYNDEN — Each fall, well before the start of spring sports season, Lynden track athletes begin asking head coach Layne Hutchins the question.   “Who’s going to be on the 4×400 team ...
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Facing mostly bigger schools, Meridian boys win trophy; girls place second

  LYNDEN — Meridian track head coach Patrick Ames acknowledges that a 1A program of Meridian’s size can never really head into a big meet flat-out expecting to win.   “Winning in track is ...
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Clutch hitting powers Trojans

  LAUREL — “Two outs, so what!” is remembered around the Pacific Northwest as the rallying cry of the 2001 Seattle Mariners, whose hitters came through time and time again in two-out situations. ...