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LYNDEN — It’s not hard to spot the biggest reason behind Mount Baker’s hot start to the season. Or more accurately, the two biggest reasons. The Mountaineers’ pair of 5-11 forwards Emily Yost and ...
WHATCOM — Lynden (6-2, 1-0 Northwest Conference) split its four games at the Orange Holiday Classic, advancing to the consolation championship game of the tournament at Hope International Univeristy ...
WHATCOM — From state titles and school records to the conclusion of a Hall of Fame career and the passing of one of Lynden’s most beloved icons, 2014 was a memorable and significant year in north county ...
WHATCOM — Freshman Riley Van Hulzen hit a go-ahead layup off an inbound play with 15 seconds left to lead Lynden Christian (7-1, 2-0 Northwest Conference) past Granger on Monday in the Cloud 9 Christmas ...
Lyncs use 20-1 third-quarter run to beat Cedar Park Christian in ShoWare Shootout KENT — Lynden Christian’s players and coaches were not pleased with the team’s first-half performance on Saturday. ...
LC led by 10 in first half, but 19-2 run proved costly in ShoWare Shootout loss KENT — It’s not often that a 1A team gets to face a 4A powerhouse. But on Saturday, that was exactly the opportunity ...
Ball movement helps Lions beat previously unbeaten Anacortes, stay undefeated LYNDEN — Lynden boys’ basketball returns a pair of all-conference players from last season in 6-foot-7 senior post ...
Pioneers have plenty of options on offense BELLINGHAM — Four times this season it’s been Mariah Perry. Twice it’s been Emelia Gimmaka. Another time it was Brianna Turner. Last Thursday ...
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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 ...