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Down for the majority of Saturday night’s 2A district contest vs. Archbishop Murphy, it appeared the Lynden Lions were going to fall to the Wildcats. However, led by sophomore Sterling Somers, Lynden ...
As many expected heading into the 1A district tournament, LC and King’s will meet in the championship game at 2:30 p.m. on Saturday at Mountlake Terrace High School. LC advanced to the title game ...
In a bit of a stunner on Wednesday night, the Meridian Trojans took down the top seeded Lynden Christian Lyncs 43-38 at LC. With the win, Meridian advanced to the 1A district championship, where they will ...
SEDRO-WOOLLEY — As Mount Baker sophomore wrestler Jeremiah Cronk walked off the mat on Saturday afternoon, the blood was dripping down his nose. The 138-pounder had just captured third place at ...
LYNDEN — No more than five seconds had passed after the final whistle of Lynden Christian’s 69-36 victory over Nooksack Valley on Monday night when LC coach Roger DeBoer turned to his bench and delivered ...
LYNDEN — Heading into the 2013-14 season, Lynden boys swim coach Stephen Gibb knew that his team would be in a bit of a rebuild. The team currently has only four seniors and there’s plenty of inexperience ...
LYNDEN — Entering the 2A district tournament, perhaps no team in the Northwest Conference is feeling better than Lynden. The Lions, who defeated Meridian 49-35 Thursday evening, will host a first-round ...
Marv Nelson “I never had a bad day of coaching/teaching at LHS,” states Marv Nelson, whose many years of service to the school district are far-reaching and impressive. A Bellingham native, Nelson ...
In the opening round of the 1A district tournament, the LC girls had little trouble on Tuesday night defeating the Meridian Trojans. The top-seeded Lyncs cruised to a 59-7 victory, setting up a semifinals ...
The Lynden boys lost an absolute heartbreaker on Tuesday night, falling 67-64 in triple overtime to Sedro-Woolley. With the loss, Lynden saw its record drop to 16-3, but more importantly their NWC record ...