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Having already played a schedule loaded with difficult competition, Lynden Christian volleyball faced two more tough tests on Friday in Yakima at the 1A state tournament — third-ranked Kalama and defending ...
Mount Baker senior running back Liam Short has established himself as one of Whatcom County’s best rushers, using his trademark physical style of breaking tackles and running through defenders to put ...
After seeing each of its first three postseason matches go to a penalty-kick shootout, the Meridian girls’ soccer team ended its state tournament opener in regulation with a dominant first-half performance. ...
Lynden senior Scooter Hastings made his collegiate future official this morning, signing his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Cal Poly Pomona. “It’s truly a blessing because I wouldn’t ...
BOTHELL — At this point, it’s almost as if the Lynden Christian volleyball team has a permanent spot in the state tournament. The Lyncs advanced to the 1A state tournament for the 18th consecutive ...
BELLINGHAM — Three-time 2A defending state champion Lynden is headed back to the state playoffs for what will be its ninth consecutive trip. The third-ranked Lions punched their ticket with a 42-7 rout ...
BELLINGHAM — Mount Baker typically does most of its damage on the ground. But on Friday night, the Mountaineers had plenty of success through the air. Senior quarterback Mason Bass tossed four touchdown ...
SEATTLE — King’s entered Friday night’s game averaging 31.3 points per contest, but was kept off the scoreboard for the entire first half, stymied by Meridian’s defense. That all changed very quickly. ...
ANACORTES — The Lynden girls’ 200-yard freestyle relay team qualified for the 2A state meet as a wild-card with a season-best time of 1:54.26 during Saturday’s district finals at Fidalgo Pool. The ...