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Friday night hoops roundup: Lynden girls continue stifling defensive play

The 2A No. 6-ranked Lynden girls entered Friday night with a three-game winning streak, during which they’ve allowed just 32 points per contest. The Lions (9-4, 5-0 Northwest Conference) continued ...

The CVT Take – A look at the NFC title game: Sunday’s potential under-the-radar mismatch

With Aaron Rodgers and the Packers’ high-powered offense set to collide with the Seahawks’ stifling, historically dominant defense, Sunday’s NFC Championship game is a classic battle of strengths. ...

Thursday night hoops roundup: LC girls roll to 35-point win

The 1A top-ranked Lynden Christian girls (11-3, 6-0 Northwest Conference) scored a season-high 74 points on Thursday night, routing Meridian 74-39. The Lyncs scored the game’s first 15 points, ...

DeHaan selected as National Coach of the Year

Former Lynden Christian head coach Curt De Haan has been selected as the 2014 National Coach of the Year in girls’ basketball by the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Coaches ...

PHOTO GALLERY: Seahawks 31, Panthers 17 (NFC Divisional round – Jan. 10)

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Triple-overtime thriller

  LYNDEN — Lynden Christian didn’t win on Friday night. But it’s hard to say the Lyncs lost, either.   In what was a back-and-forth thriller that surely will long be remembered, Sehome and ...
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Up against the odds

  LAUREL — With six freshmen and just two upperclassmen on its 11-player roster, Meridian is the youngest girls’ basketball team in the Northwest Conference. And with not a single player taller ...
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Lions defeat Nooksack, pick up first dual win

  EVERSON — As a young team, Lynden didn’t get off to the best of starts this season. The Lions got blown out in their first two dual meets and placed 10th out of 13 schools at the Graham Morin ...
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Young Lions continue to improve

  LYNDEN — Of Lynden’s 19 swimmers, 12 are freshmen. So as one would expect, the water has been a little choppy for the Lion boys this season, who are 1-3 and coming off a 124-50 loss to league ...

Lions bounce back with pair of victories, strong finishes

  WHATCOM — In a 2A top-10 matchup, No. 2-ranked Lynden (8-3, 3-1 Northwest Conference) dropped a 52-50 nail-biter at No. 6 Anacortes on Jan. 6.   The Lions won the Dec. 22 meeting between the ...