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LYNDEN — Lynden Christian junior Zach Roetcisoender, a star on the basketball court, had never played competitive soccer prior to this season. But over a span of just a few minutes on Saturday, ...
LYNDEN — Losing players to graduation is simply part of the game when it comes to high school sports. But the Lynden baseball team is currently experiencing that reality more than average. ...
SEATTLE — Gonzaga basketball can be a polarizing topic. Are the Zags an incredible underdog story about a small, Jesuit school in Spokane rising, against all odds, to an incredible level of success ...
WHATCOM — After a season-opening loss to defending Northwest Conference champion Ferndale, Lynden (3-1) has picked up three straight wins. On March 17, the Lions defeated Blaine 9-1, tallying ...
SEATTLE — Lynden Christian’s Sara Dougan and Mount Baker’s Emily Yost each participated in the Washington State Girls Basketball Coaches Association senior all-state game on Saturday at King’s ...
WHATCOM — Meridian (1-1) suffered a 5-2 defeat to Squalicum on March 17 in its season opener, unable to recover from an early 5-0 hole after three innings. Dalton Biehle highlighted the Trojans ...
WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley (4-0) continued its undefeated start with two more victories. On March 18, the Pioneers defeated Lynden 2-1, scoring both goals off of corner kicks. After ...
SUMAS — The man shot and killed by a U.S. Border Patrol agent near Kneuman Road Thursday afternoon was wanted for murder in another jurisdiction, Whatcom County Sheriff Bill Elfo confirmed at a press ...
LYNDEN — Preferred Freezer Services of New Jersey will take a Lynden field from bare ground to over 331,500 square feet of a cold storage operation in less than six months. Work will start any ...
LYNDEN — Enthusiasm breeds enthusiasm, and that’s a mantra that Citizens for Lynden Schools co-chair Tammy Yoder is taking to heart as the April 28 Lynden School District bond election date draws closer. ...