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DEMING — After its loss to LC earlier in the week, Mount Baker picked up its first win of the season on Oct. 9, rallying for a 4-3 victory over Blaine. Trailing 3-2 after back-to-back goals by Blaine ...
BURLINGTON — 1A second-ranked Lynden Christian swept both of its matches last week to remain unbeaten, while in the process conquering an opponent that’s given it plenty of trouble in recent years. ...
LYNDEN — Alan Moore has been hired as the new head wrestling coach for Lynden High School. For Moore, it marks a return to the Lions’ wrestling program. Moore served as an assistant coach for Lynden ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden girls’ swim team split its two meets last week, losing to Squalicum 115-55 on Oct. 7 before topping Bellingham 86-80 on Oct. 9. Shelby DeWaard won a total of three individual events ...
LYNDEN — Lynden seniors Dakota Davis and Ben Mulder continued their dominant doubles play with two more wins last week, improving their record this year to 9-2. The duo defeated Ferndale’s Joshua Usery ...
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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. Junior kicker ...
LYNDEN — Lynden tennis coach Trey Ballard pointed out many attributes that make seniors Dakota Davis and Ben Mulder such a good doubles team. They’re athletic, they’re smart, they move quickly to ...
LAUREL — Nearly a decade ago, a group of young girls began playing soccer together. After playing on the same team for much of their elementary school years, many of them went their separate ways by ...
DEMING — As Mount Baker’s players hung around on the field following their win, a fan shouted “Beast Mode!” to Mountaineers senior running back Liam Short, in reference to Seattle Seahawks running ...