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YAKIMA — He knew eventually, as bad as he didn’t want it to happen, the time would come. Lynden girls coach Rob Adams understands that time sits still for no one and at some point this season, he’d ...
Prior to tip off of Saturday night’s 1A-state championship game, LC coach Curt DeHaan walked up to the media table. The veteran coach was looking quite dapper, sporting slacks, a white dress shirt ...
It was a 2A state championship game that could be remade into a movie. In one of the most entertaining games of the 2014 Hardwood Classic, in Yakima’s Sun Dome, Pullman and Lynden put on a show that ...
Similar to their quarterfinals victory over Port Angeles, with things coming down to the wire late in the game, the Lions didn’t panic. The scoreboard read 44-40 with less than a minute left in regulation, ...
There was no wild celebration following Lynden’s 49-37 victory over Lake Washington in the 2A state semifinals. Some hugs were exchanged, sure, and the Lions had a spirited group huddle near their ...