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When Mount Baker needed someone to step up on offense Friday night at Squalicum, junior Reuben Murashov didn’t hesitate. The 6-4 forward took control of the tempo for the Mountaineers and finished the ...
BELLINGHAM — Slow starts have haunted Mount Baker throughout the 17 games so far this season. The Mountaineers, who are 5-12, showcased that Friday night in a tough 74-56 loss at Squalicum. After staying ...
BELLINGHAM — If there’s anyone who understands battling adversity, it’s Chris Mitchell. The Nooksack Valley High School alum and Western Washington power forward has seen it all when it comes to ...
BURLINGTON — As the shots kept pouring in Monday night for Burlington-Edison, Meridian guard Edward Garcia looked on from the bench with despair. Over four minutes had passed and the Tigers had jumped ...
It’s been a long and exciting recruitment process for Lynden senior Caleb Newman, but the 6-3, 225-pound prospect made his college choice on Tuesday night. [[more]] Newman is headed to Army. The ...
Adrian Jorrisen LYNDEN —A 1944 graduate of Lynden High School, Adrian Jorissen excelled on a variety of playing fields at different levels. In basketball, Jorissen was an important component of Coach ...
LYNDEN — Decision day is two weeks away. For several Lynden High football prospects, their performances during back-to-back 2A state championships hasn’t gone unnoticed by college scouts. Lion standouts ...
SPOKANE — The Nooksack Valley girls wrestling team continues to build on an already impressive season. Over the weekend, the Pioneers tripped to Spokane to participate in the Dream Duals Wresting Tournament. ...
LYNDEN — M-V-P, M-V-P. Those chants echoed through Jake Maberry Gymnasium Friday night with Lynden up 52-48 over cross-town rival Lynden Christian as John Shine stepped to the free-throw line. There ...
LYNDEN — At 6-0, Lynden Christian forward Kayla Tiemersma stands out on the hardwood. Her fierce and competitive play for the Lyncs provides nightmares for opposing teams. On Friday night during LC’s ...