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LYNDEN — For the first time since 1980, a new head coach is on the sideline for LC girls’ basketball. After Curt De Haan retired from the position last spring, the Lyncs turned to 25-year-old Brady ...
SEATTLE — Last season was largely about dominance for the Seahawks as they rode one of the best defenses in NFL history to a world championship, culminating in the Super Bowl dissection of Denver’s ...
EVERSON — It’s not often that a coach with nearly two decades of experience at the college level elects to take over a struggling high school program. That, however, is exactly what first-year Nooksack ...
WHATCOM — Emily Yost set a school record, scoring 46 points in Mount Baker’s 77-39 rout of Oak Harbor on Friday. Yost also held the previous record, which she set with 39 points in last year’s season ...
BLAINE — The Mount Baker boys’ wrestling team may be young, but it put together a solid showing at the Battle of the Border tournament last weekend at Blaine High School. Of the 12 Mountaineers wrestlers ...
WHATCOM — Meridian (6-0) remained undefeated with a pair of victories last week. The Trojans defeated Burlington 66-55 on Dec. 9 after racing to a 39-16 halftime lead. Alex Martin led Meridian with 20 ...
WHATCOM — Lynden senior Bryce Sterk was named the Northwest Conference 2A/3A MVP last week, highlighting a league-high six first-team all-conference selections for the Lions. “He’s one of those players ...
Local 2A/3A selections MVP: Bryce Sterk FIRST TEAM – OFFENSE Offensive line: Bryce Sterk (Lynden) Running backs: Trent Postma (Lynden) Wide receivers: Jordan Wittenberg (Lynden) Kicker: Per ...
GILBERT, Ariz. — When the Lynden Christian boys basketball team ventured to Arizona for the Christian Cup in December 2012, head coach Roger De Boer viewed it as a one-time opportunity for his program. ...