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LYNDEN — Lynden football measures big plays by touchdowns. Plenty of touchdowns. And in a variety of ways. Two offensive plays into the top-ranked 2A Lions’ defense of their 2A state championship — ...
By Cameron Van Til Dear readers, As the new sports reporter at the Lynden Tribune, I’d like to take an opportunity to introduce myself. The ultra-abbreviated version is that my name is Cameron Van Til ...
By Cameron Van Til ANACORTES — Nooksack Valley senior quarterback Tanner Myhre tied a career-high by accounting for seven touchdowns — five through the air and two on the ground — on Friday night, ...
By Cameron Van Til WHATCOM — While last weekend marked the first week of high school football, the rest of the local high school fall sports get underway this week. Volleyball began on Tuesday and will ...
BELLINGHAM — This week, Sept. 7-13, will bring Russians, Aussies, Japanese, Canadians and more to the Whatcom County waterfront. It is the third time, since its formal beginning in 1990, that the PacRim ...
Starting quarterback Sterling Somers called Lynden’s 48-22 season-opening victory against King’s “loads of fun.” That fun started from the Lions’ second play from scrimmage, a 68-yard touchdown ...
LYNDEN — Season 24. When the lights heat up on Friday, Lynden football coach Curt Kramme will have 23 other season openers to compare it to. But this time King’s — the same school that last beat ...
LYNDEN — Downtown Lynden was a-running on Saturday morning. The E2 Fitness North County Road Run, with a start/finish line adjacent to Centennial Park on Fourth Street, offered three distances ...
WHATCOM — Lynden Christian volleyball coach Kim Grycel only graduated three seniors last year, and her extensive returning roster is looking to make waves in the Northwest Conference and beyond this ...
WHATCOM — Even at a more than 2-to-1 size disparity, Squalicum and Blaine will co-exist in the same 2A classification this year. And Squalicum isn’t even the largest of the 2A schools. Every two years ...