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Not even Lynden Christian head coach Roger DeBoer had an explanation. As the Lyncs headed to the locker room with a 20-point halftime lead over the defending state champions, DeBoer turned to his fellow ...
Lynden Christian’s hopes of a second straight state title had just come to an end the night before. And in painful fashion nonetheless, as a five-point lead entering the fourth quarter slowly disintegrated ...
Lynden was able to overcome a significant interior size differential last week in a regional-round victory over Black Hills. But W.F. West was a different beast. Facing a lineup featuring three players ...
Lynden Christian is accustomed to winning with its up-tempo, high-scoring offense. On Thursday, however, it was the Lyncs’ defense that perhaps made the biggest impact. LC allowed just 18 points combined ...
YAKIMA — Lynden Christian entered the fourth quarter in good position. After outscoring Lakeside (Nine Mile Falls) 11-4 in third and allowing just 19 points combined over the game’s first 24 minutes, ...
MOUNT VERNON — “Row the boat” has become Lynden’s team slogan this season, symbolizing the importance of each player doing her job and working together as one while striving toward a common ...
LYNDEN — In Lynden Christian senior forward Cody Fransen’s left wrist, the ligaments and cartilage have been completely torn from the bone. His right wrist is in better shape, but that’s ...
LYNDEN — The numbers are all very impressive, to say the least. For starters, Lynden Christian has allowed an average of just 33.8 points per game this season. Then there’s this: ...
MOUNT VERNON — Either way, one of the state’s top 2A teams was going to see its season come to an abrupt end on Saturday night at Mount Vernon High School. Mark Morris was ranked No. 1 ...
TUMWATER — Count Montesano as the latest victim of Lynden Christian’s suffocating defense. The Bulldogs entered Saturday’s regional at Tumwater High School undefeated this season, but ...