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WHATCOM — Chad Richter stepped off the mound Monday afternoon after the first inning of Meridian’s game against Sultan. The talented senior pitcher had just allowed three runs. He jogged off the field, ...
LYNDEN — At this time last year, Lynden golf coach Russ Dorr had a goal on his mind. He wanted to help his team win a Northwest Conference title and make a deep run into the district tournament. After ...
WHATCOM — Whenever a team is able to return the majority of its starters, it’s a great benefit in building toward the future. For Lynden Lions fastpitch, coach Steve Petersen welcomes back eight key ...
LYNDEN — For all ages, those who have thought about trying rodeo get their chance on Saturday, April 6, at the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds. An official PRCA Championship Rodeo Camp, one of only ...
BELLINGHAM — At the eighth CharterFest at Squalicum Harbor April 27-28, more than 50 sailboats and powerboats will be on display to climb aboard and explore, with vessels available for sale, charter ...
YAKIMA — Fitting. It’s the only way to describe Lynden’s state-tournament finish against Renton on Saturday, a game they never trailed and won by 23. Senior guard John Shine, who went 6-of-19 shooting ...
YAKIMA — It wasn’t how Lynden Christian forward Kayla Tiemersma thought it would end. She had hopes of hoisting the 1A state title high into the air on Saturday afternoon. Instead, the lone LC senior ...
YAKIMA — As the final buzzer sounded in Lynden Christian’s third-place game against Cedar Park Christian, there was a huge smile on coach Roger DeBoer’s face. You would have thought the Lyncs had ...
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. ...