COVID sent everyone home the week last season ended
The start of fall sports has officially been delayed by two weeks, the WIAA Executive Board announced Tuesday. Practices for football are now set to start Sept. 5 and all other sports Sept. 7.
WHATCOM — Cole Bajema, former Lynden Christian basketball star and two-time Washington 1A Player of the Year, has put himself in the NCAA transfer portal after one season at the University of Michigan.
BELLINGHAM — The Bellingham Bells have canceled their season amid COVID-19 concerns and complying with Bellingham Mayor Seth Fleetwood’s order to postpone or cancel events at city facilities until Aug. 31.
I hope the Easter weekend provided some joy and encouragement in your hearts and homes because things have certainly gotten more difficult for all of us since I last wrote an update.
The Lynden Christian and Lynden girls both won state championships in Yakima. The Lyncs beat undefeated Cashmere 58-55 and the Lions defeated West Valley of Spokane 60-38 to claim the title. See this week's sports section for the full stories. (Hailey Palmer/Lynden Tribune)
EVERSON — The Nooksack Valley girls fell victim to top-seeded Cashmere, 61-26, in their tough regionals round match-up on Saturday at Wenatchee High School.