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MONTESANO — The winningest class in Mount Baker football history saw their high school careers come to an end with a 51-21 loss to Montesano in the 1A state quarterfinals on Saturday night at Montesano ...
YAKIMA — Lynden Christian head coach Kim Grycel had gone all season without mention of a repeat state championship. But with her team’s hopes of a second consecutive state title slipping away during ...
FEDERAL WAY — For almost any team, it would be a worthy accomplishment. But for a team that has only one club swimmer, it’s an especially impressive feat. The Lynden girls’ swim team finished in ...
KALAMA — Mount Baker senior quarterback Mason Bass ran for an eventual game-winning 35-yard touchdown with just more than three minutes left as the Mountaineers rallied from a 21-point first-quarter ...
WHATCOM — Some of Whatcom County’s top high school athletes have recently made their collegiate plans a formality by signing their National Letters of Intent. A trio of Lynden athletes — Jordan Wittenberg ...
WHATCOM — Galen Kaemingk has resigned after five seasons as Lynden Christian’s head football coach, athletic director Curt De Haan announced in a press release on Monday. “He is looking forward to ...
LYNDEN — Registration is open for the Northwest Youth Basketball League until Friday, Nov. 20, or until the league is full. The NYBL is a recreational league for boys and girls in grades 9-12 who don’t ...
Until last year, despite 18 consecutive trips to the state tournament, the Lynden Christian volleyball team had never won a state championship. Now the Lyncs have won two in a row. LC earned back-to-back ...
Lynden Christian head coach Kim Grycel had gone all season without mention of a repeat state championship. But with her team’s hopes of a second consecutive state title slipping away during Saturday’s ...
The Lynden Christian volleyball team advanced to the 1A state semifinals with a pair of sweeps on Friday at the Yakima Valley SunDome. The defending champion Lyncs cruised to a 25-11, 25-11, 25-15 opening-round ...