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EVERETT — Smooth as silk or cooler than the other side of the pillow. You can pick either of those phrases and you’ve described the third-quarter performance of Lynden’s Sterling Somers in the Lions’ ...
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — The road to the state tournament for most teams is a long and difficult one. But for the LC girls, they’ve decided to let their play go ahead and make it easy for them. Going a ...
BELLINGHAM — At the 2A girls sub-regional tournament, Lynden 100-pounder Emily Gallegos had to settle for a third-place finish. However, during the 2A regional tournament on Saturday, the Lynden freshman ...
BLAINE — It’s been a memorable senior campaign for Mount Baker wrestler Travis Lindsay, who continued his winning ways on Saturday afternoon at Blaine High School in the 1A regional tournament. Lindsay ...
ANACORTES — The Lynden boys swim team may not have won any races during the 2A district meet at Fidalgo Pool in Anacortes, but several swimmers will compete in the 2A state meet, set for the King County ...
MOUNTLAKE TERRACE — For the first eight minutes of Saturday’s 1A district championship game, the Meridian Trojans went toe-to-toe with King’s High School and held an early 9-8 advantage. The Trojans ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden girls are headed back to the 2A state tournament. Winners of seven in a row, the Lions booked their trip to the state tourney on Monday after defeating King’s 57-40. With the victory, ...
LAS VEGAS — On Monday, Feb. 17, the Whatcom Rangers U-17 soccer team capped off a great three days of competition by winning the Las Vegas Mayors Cup. The tournament, which began on Saturday, was a college ...
Dating back to last spring, the Anacortes Seahawks had a two-game winning streak over the Lynden Lions. However, on Tuesday evening, the Lions were able to get some revenge on their NWC rival, defeating ...
In the 2A district semifinals, the Lynden girls faced Archbishop Murphy on Monday night and took down the Wildcats 57-40. With the win, the Lions earned a trip to the 2A district championship, where they’ll ...