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Constant motor

  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 ...
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Dominant defense has carried Lyncs

  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: ...
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Lions’ season comes to rough end

  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 ...

LC stymies unbeaten Montesano, advances to Hardwood Classic

  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 ...

LC rolls LaCenter, advances to Yakima

  TUMWATER — Zach Roetcisoender scored 26 points as Lynden Christian stormed past LaCenter for a 60-42 win on Saturday in regionals at Tumwater High School to advance to the state tournament in Yakima. ...

Nooksack Valley fall to Granger in regionals

  YAKIMA — Arlissa Oettel led Nooksack Valley with 15 points, but the Pioneers struggled mightily in the fourth quarter and lost 62-44 to Granger in the regionals on Saturday at Eisenhower High School ...

LYS baseball, softball registration now open

  Registration for Lynden Youth Sports (LYS) baseball and slowpitch softball is now open.   Baseball is open to boys in grades 3rd-8th, and to both boys and girls (co-ed) in first and second grades. ...
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February not warmest ever, but mighty close

CLEARBROOK — So maybe the February we just lived through wasn’t the warmest one on record, but it wasn’t far off.   With an average high temperature of 53.5 degrees, according to the official ...

Kremen quitting politics after 31 years

  WHATCOM — Pete Kremen, after 31 years in elected office at the state and county levels, will retire from politics at the end of his current County Council term, he announced Monday.   “This ...

Whatcom Women in Business offers scholarships

  BELLINGHAM — Whatcom Women in Business will give up to $20,000 in scholarships to women who are furthering their education. Awards are based on professional goals, GPA, personal achievements, community ...