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The LC girls are going back to Yakima for the 1A Hardwood Classic. There’s really no new way to say it, seeing as coach Curt DeHaan and his girls have made it a consistency since he took over as ...
After walking through a long, dark hallway at Mount Vernon High School, you could see the smile from Lynden coach Rob Adams, which brought a little bit of light into the room. His Lynden girls had just ...
The first time the Lynden boys and Sumner faced off, in January, it was a heart-wrenching game that came down to the wire. Lynden ended up escaping with a 43-40 win. Saturday night was much different, ...
TACOMA — The scene was all too familiar for Chloe Gardner. The Nooksack Valley senior stood on the side of a mat inside the Tacoma Dome during the 2014 Mat Classic on Saturday morning. She was getting ...
MOUNT VERNON — With 1:15 left in the 2A district championship game on Friday night, Lynden’s Jasmyne Neria stepped to the free-throw line after being fouled on a three-point attempt. The scoreboard ...
MOUNT VERNON — It’s been a common theme for the Lynden boys basketball team this postseason. The Lions trail going into halftime, but use their athleticism to wear teams down late in the game. In the ...
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — On a night where things couldn’t have gone much better for them offensively, it was a solid defensive performance that paved the way for the Lynden Christian girls on Saturday in ...
TACOMA — Moments after Travis Linday’s semifinals loss on Saturday, Mount Baker wrestling coach Ron Lepper looked into the eyes of his 170-pound wrestler and delivered a quick, yet powerful message. ...
Following their championship victories this weekend, the Lynden boys/girls and Lynden Christian girls advanced to state regionals next weekend. The WIAA announced the dates of the regional games next weekend. ...
Lynden senior Stephanie Somers has had an excellent career for the Lions. However, she had never experienced winning a 2A district championship. On Friday night, though, Somers and the rest of her teammates ...