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Lyncs win state title

YAKIMA — After 18 consecutive trips to the state tournament, Lynden Christian volleyball now has a state championship trophy to add to the showcase. The Lyncs swept district rival King’s 25-15, 25-22, ...

School board considers facilities

LYNDEN -— Public school board members received a pair of recommendations for new school buildings from a Facilities Committee last week, but took no action. Superintendent Jim Frey, who chaired the committee, ...

Standoff leaves one dead

DEMING -— A 37-year-old man died in gunfire with a county sheriff’s special response team, after he had reportedly shot at officers first, in a residence at 5765 Mosquito Lake Rd. Sunday afternoon. ...

Lions dominate on both sides of the ball, advance to state quarterfinals

With a blowout in full-swing and a running clock enacted by the early part of the third quarter, most of Lynden’s starters played little more than half the game. But for the time they were in, it would ...

Meridian soccer eliminated by King’s in state quarterfinals

In a match where it struggled to control the ball and create scoring chances, surrendering a pair of early goals proved devastating to the Meridian girls’ soccer team. The Trojans gave up two goals in ...

11.14.14 Mt. Baker vs Montesano Football

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Lyncs advance to state semis, aim for first appearance in title match under Grycel

Having already played a schedule loaded with difficult competition, Lynden Christian volleyball faced two more tough tests on Friday in Yakima at the 1A state tournament — third-ranked Kalama and defending ...

Short, Schleimer lead Mountaineers to state quarterfinals

Mount Baker senior running back Liam Short has established himself as one of Whatcom County’s best rushers, using his trademark physical style of breaking tackles and running through defenders to put ...

Meridian girls’ soccer advances to state quarterfinals

After seeing each of its first three postseason matches go to a penalty-kick shootout, the Meridian girls’ soccer team ended its state tournament opener in regulation with a dominant first-half performance. ...

Hastings signs National Letter of Intent

Lynden senior Scooter Hastings made his collegiate future official this morning, signing his National Letter of Intent to play basketball at Cal Poly Pomona. “It’s truly a blessing because I wouldn’t ...