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WHATCOM — After winning its first match of the season the week before, Mount Baker won two more matches last week. The Mountaineers began the week with a dramatic 5-3 win over Nooksack Valley on Oct. ...
BELLINGHAM — Lynden Christian put together a strong cross country showing at the Lake Lap Invite on Oct. 16 at Lake Padden, earning team wins on both the boys’ and girls’ sides. The meet featured ...
ANACORTES — Shelby DeWaard helped Lynden to a 110-56 swim victory over Sedro-Woolley on Oct. 16, winning a pair of individual races and a pair of relays as well. DeWaard took first place in the 100-yard ...
LYNDEN — Lynden Christian avenged an earlier loss and picked up a critical conference victory on Friday night, routing 1A 10th-ranked Meridian 31-0. After falling 27-10 to the Trojans on Sept. 26, the ...
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2A top-ranked Lynden had won 33 games in a row, 43 straight home contests, 55 straight Northwest Conference matchups and had beaten rival 3A Ferndale five consecutive times. All of those streaks came to ...
LYNDEN — As a sophomore last spring on the Lynden Christian girls’ basketball team, Kara Bajema averaged 13.3 points per game, was named The Bellingham Herald’s All-Whatcom County Girls’ Basketball ...
BURLINGTON — None of Lynden’s last 33 games have been closer. None have had an outcome that was more in doubt. But when the final whistle blew on Friday night, the end result was a very familiar one. ...
LAUREL — After forcing turnovers on back-to-back Meridian possessions and scoring a touchdown to make it a seven-point game near the end of the third quarter, Nooksack Valley had built some momentum. ...
LYNDEN — Liam Short once again ran through a conference opponent on Friday night. This time, the victim was Lynden Christian. After bruising his way to 217 yards rushing and three touchdowns against ...