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BELLINGHAM — Starting pitcher Zach Vis knelt over with his hands in his face on Sunday at Joe Martin Field. He had just played his heart out in the quarterfinals of the 2A state baseball tournament. ...
BELLINGHAM — The Lynden Lions participated in the 2013 2A district track meet at Civic Stadium on Friday and several athletes qualified for the 2A state meet at Mount Tahoma High School in Tacoma this ...
CASTLE ROCK — Heading into the 2013 season, Mount Baker coach Quinn LeSage said he was just hoping for his team to improve. He wanted his Mounties to be competitive. His team didn’t disappoint, advancing ...
WHATCOM — The Lynden girls’ tennis season came to a close earlier this month, but several players made postseason runs that made coach Trey Ballard proud. Tilly Timmer and Morgan Otter qualified for ...
For the first time since 2002, the Lynden Christian Lyncs boys soccer team is headed to the state semifinals. LC took down Seattle Academy 1-0 on Saturday afternoon, punching their ticket for the Final ...
LYNDEN — The image is still cemented in Willy Scholten’s memory. Nearly one year later, he still hasn’t forgotten about a specific spring day at the 2012 1A state golf tournament. There he was, tied ...
ANACORTES — It wasn’t the spotlight that Lynden senior pitcher Matt Meyer was used to. Lions coach Cory White handed the 6-5, 280-pounder the baseball, sending the usual first baseman onto the hill ...
LYNDEN — Lynden coach Steve Peterson has seen the growth throughout the season of his fastpitch team. With each game the Lions got better and continued to make strides both on offense and defense. The ...
LYNDEN — When Meridian’s Relijah McMillen got off the blocks on Friday evening, he knew he had gotten off to a good start. Matter of fact, he had just gotten off to his best start. The Trojan senior ...
The Lynden Christian boys soccer team opened up state competition tuesday night at Civic Stadium, knocking off Seton Catholic 2-0. With the victory, LC now moves on to the elite eight and will take on ...