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Lynden defeats Sehome by a narrow margin of 21-19. Lynden moves to 5-0 and 3-0 in conference play. Lane Heeringa was the savior of the game scoring a late game touchdown to give Lynden the lead. The Lions are in a dead lock for first place with Anacortes. Their next game is at home versus Archbishop Murphy, on Friday Oct.7. 

Lynden volleyball went on the road to Bellingham and dominated, winning three sets to zero. Lynden moves to 7-1 on the season and 6-0 in conference play. They are now tied for first place in the Northwest Conference with Sehome. Lynden hosts Oak Harbor next Monday, Oct. 3 at home for their next game. 


Tim Metz, center, director of student services for the Lynden School District, has been name…

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