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Lynden’s offense had its way in its first meeting with Sedro-Woolley this year. Not so much this time. Lynden’s high-powered offense was held to a season-low 264 total yards on Saturday afternoon ...
After Lynden Christian girls basketball head coach Curt De Haan stepped down last spring with eight state titles and a girls’ state-record 772 wins in his 34 seasons leading the Lyncs, the program selected ...
LYNDEN — Get the ball to an athlete in space. At its core, that’s the essence of Lynden’s spread offense — put the ball in playmakers’ hands and give them an opportunity to make plays. “That’s ...
LYNDEN — Lynden head coach Curt Kramme admits he isn’t much of a prognosticator. But the seven-time state champion head coach knows a state championship-caliber opponent when he sees one. Following ...
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Facing a wind chill in the single digits, Lynden countered Saturday afternoon’s biting cold with a blistering hot start. Junior quarterback Sterling Somers led the Lions to 20 first-quarter points as ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian is hosting six other local varsity teams on Saturday in a Whatcom County basketball jamboree, the first of its kind since 2007. Both the boys’ and girls’ teams from LC, ...
LYNDEN — Just a little over a year ago, neither Jordan Wittenberg nor Jonathan Whetnall were even playing wide receiver. Wittenberg was playing exclusively at cornerback, while Whetnall wasn’t even ...
LYNDEN — In years past, the Tacoma Dome has typically been the location for Lynden’s state semifinal games. But for a second straight season, the Lions are headed east to Moses Lake instead. Lynden ...
BELLINGHAM — With a 21-point fourth-quarter lead, a strong rushing attack and a defense that had pitched a shutout so far, defending 1A state runner-up Mount Baker appeared to be on its ...