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BELLINGHAM — When Lynden girls basketball coach Rob Adams returned from Arizona in late December after his team had gone 1-2 in the Cactus Jam, the Lions head man knew what had to be done. Lynden had ...
LYNDEN — During a three-way match on Friday at Jake Maberry Gym, the Lynden wrestling team defeated Sehome 49-28, but also suffered a tough 40-39 defeat to Lakewood. In the victory over the Mariners, ...
LYNDEN — It wasn’t a must-win contest for the Lyncs against Bellingham on Thursday evening, but after two straight losses on their home floor, LC needed to respond and show that although they are a ...
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For the majority of the night, Lynden looked like it would cruise to a dominant win over 2A Northwest Conference rival Squalicum. However, late in the second half, the visiting Storm kept fighting ...
LYNDEN — Things were looking grim for the Lynden volleyball team to start out the season. With an 0-5 mark to open the year, the team had their backs against the wall and stood alone at the bottom of ...
LAUREL — For Meridian running back Letrez Jones, the nickname “Flash” seems more than appropriate. The way he sliced and diced his way through defensive lines this season was downright impressive. ...
LYNDEN — Following a down-to-the-wire, nail-biting defeat, it can be tough for a coach and his players to think positively about what just happened. However, for the Lynden Christian boys, who had just ...
LYNDEN — On Friday night at the Lynden Christian High School gym, an offensive clinic was put on. Three-point shots were raining from the sky and crossover, step-back jumpers were knocked down throughout ...
LYNDEN — The Meridian Trojans were also in action at the Cloud 9 Sports Christmas Classic, but went 0-2 on the weekend. The Trojans opened the tourney on Friday with a loss to De La Salle (Oregon). In ...