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YAKIMA — Losing eight seniors could be considered a catastrophic blow for a high school basketball team. For the Lynden Lions, they will lose their entire starting lineup. Yet, following the 2A state ...
YAKIMA — It’s never too early to start looking at the future and for the teams in the 1A classification, the fact that the LC girls only lose one senior after this season spells one thing. Trouble. ...
YAKIMA — The season had just ended. Lyncs forward Isaac Reimer’s career donning a Lynden Christian basketball jersey was finished. He had just capped a four-year career of excellence. Yet, rather than ...
VIDEO: Lions capture third at 2A state tournament in Yakima. Take a look and listen as Lynden’s John Shine discusses the tournament…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a subscriber? ...
VIDEO: The Lynden Christian Lyncs had a rough semifinals game at the 1A state tournament in Yakima. Nate Meppelink stops to talk to the Tribune…. This content is for subscribers only. Already a ...
The plays on offense were there. The Lions had a good game plan set and had open shots throughout the night. However, in Lynden’s heartbreaking 52-44 loss to Anacortes in the 2A state semifinals, ...
Lynden Chrisitian Senior Kayla Tiemersma wasn’t ready for her Lyncs’ playing career to come to a close. The 6-0 forward score a team-high 14 points and spoke with the Lynden Tribune shortly ...
For Lynden Christian senior Kayla Tiemersma, she knew what Friday morning’s game meant for her and her Lync teammates. With a win, they’d extend their season and play again on Saturday. However, ...
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Heading into Thursday’s game against Brewster, Lynden Christian coach Curt DeHaan knew his girls would have to play their best defense in order to try and stop the Bears’ shooters. Unfortunately ...