Roundup collage

Lynden football junior quarterback Kaedan Hermanutz (left), Mount Baker volleyball junior Rylee Ross (middle) and Ferndale soccer sophomore Emily Holdridge (right). (Connor J. Benintendi/Lynden Tribune)

All the scores from Monday, Oct. 11, through Saturday, Oct. 17

Football:

Friday, Oct. 15:

Lynden 23, Sehome 7 (see full article here)

The Lions extended their winning streak to five games on Friday night with a well-rounded win at Civic Stadium against Sehome.

Lynden’s offensive attack was led by junior running back Lane Heeringa who rushed for two touchdowns. Junior wide receiver Isaiah Stanley caught junior quarterback Kaedan Hermanutz’s lone touchdown toss of the evening.

Lynden (6-1 overall, 4-0 NWC) hosts Archbishop Murphy (3-4 overall, 1-2 NWC) on Friday, Oct. 22, at 4:30 p.m.

Collin Anker

Lynden junior wide receiver Collin Anker (No. 18) running after a catch in the Lions' 23-7 win over Sehome on Friday night. (Connor J. benintendi/Lynden Tribune)

Ferndale 48, Stanwood 30

The Golden Eagles put together another strong offensive outing on Friday, beating league-opponent Stanwood. They have now scored 40-plus points in four of their seven games this season and have scored less than 20 just twice.

Ferndale (6-1 overall, 4-1 Wesco North) host Marysville-Getchell (2-5 overall, 1-4 Wesco North) on Friday, Oct. 22, at 7 p.m.

Everett 34, Meridian 22

After having two games cancelled last week, Meridian couldn’t get it done on the road against Everett.

The Trojans have now dropped back-to-back games after beginning the season 3-1 overall.

Meridian (3-3 overall, 0-1 NWC) will look to get back on track against league-opponent Blaine (3-2 overall, 1-1 NWC) at home on Saturday, Oct. 23, at 5 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 16

Lynden Christian 41, Nooksack Valley 0

The Lyncs continued to look strong in their second game back from a two-week break on Saturday.

LC’s senior quarterback Will Colwell churned out another superb game, throwing for three touchdowns and rushing for another. He connected with seniors Caleb Ryan, Tyler Sipma and Jamison Hintz for his three through the air.

Sipma also had a 70-yard rushing score in the third quarter, while junior Kade Eldridge took off for a 65-yard touchdown run to cap off the Lyncs’ scoring night.

The Pioneers (3-4 overall, 1-2 NWC) will look to bounce back from their two-game skid next Friday, Oct. 22, when they play Squalicum (4-2 overall, 3-2 NWC) at Civic Stadium at 5 p.m.

LC (3-2 overall, 1-0 NWC) will look to win their fourth in a row next Friday, hosting Mount Baker (4-2 overall, 2-0 NWC) at 7:30 p.m.

Mount Baker 48, Blaine 14

The Mountaineers earned a statement victory over league-opponent Blaine on Saturday night.

Mount Baker is now 3-0 this season when scoring 40 or more points, and they’ve outscored their opponents by more than 30 points in two of those games.

They will play their third straight conference game on Friday, Oct. 22, traveling to Lynden Christian (3-2 overall, 1-0 NWC) for a 7:30 p.m. kickoff. Mount Baker advanced to 4-2 overall and are 2-0 in conference matchups this season.

Avery Neal

Meridian junior Avery Neal (No. 8) about to serve the ball in the Trojans' 3-0 win over Mount Baker on Thursday night. (Connor J. benintendi/Lynden Tribune)

Volleyball (details provided for most recent games):

Monday, Oct. 11:

Anacortes 3, Lynden Christian 0

Nooksack Valley 3, Lakewood 1

Lynden 3, Squalicum 1

Tuesday, Oct. 12:

Burlington-Edison 3, Ferndale 1

Mount Baker 3, Bellingham 0

Meridian 3, Blaine 0

Wednesday, Oct. 13

La Conner 3, Lynden Christian 0

Anacortes 3, Nooksack Valley 1

The Pioneers lost to Anacortes on Wednesday in four sets. Following the loss, they dropped to 7-4 overall (7-4, NWC) and are 4-4 over their last eight games.

Nooksack Valley will stay home on Tuesday, Oct. 19, to host Lynden Christian (4-5 overall, 4-4 NWC) at 7 p.m.

Thursday, Oct. 14:

Lynden 3, Bellingham 0

The Lions swept Bellingham on Thursday (25-15, 25-16, 25-13) to win their fourth in a row. Lynden advanced to 8-3 overall (8-2, NWC) with the victory.

Lions sophomore Haylee Koetje led the team with 11 kills and 10 digs, earning herself a double-double. Sophomore Ashley Shumate recorded 9 kills and 6 aces while Grace Rice, another Lynden sophomore, had 26 assists and 4 kills.

Lynden will go on the road to undefeated Meridian (11-0, 10-0 NWC) for a Tuesday, Oct. 19, matchup at 7 p.m.

Lynden Christian 3, Blaine 0

The Lyncs were able to break their two-game skid to sweep Blaine on Thursday night to move to 4-5 overall on the season (4-4, NWC).

LC will travel to Nooksack Valley (7-4 overall, 7-4 NWC) for their next game on Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.

Meridian 3, Mount Baker 0 (full article available here)

Ferndale 3, Sedro-Woolley 0

The Golden Eagles bounced back on Thursday to sweep Sedro-Woolley immediately after suffering their first loss of the season. Ferndale had only given up one set all season prior to their 3-1 loss against Burling-ton Edison on Tuesday.

They are now 9-1 overall (9-1, NWC) on the season and will host Squalicum (6-4 overall, 6-4 NWC) on Wednesday, Oct. 20, at 7 p.m.

Saturday, Oct. 16:

Meridian 3, Kennedy Catholic 2

The Trojans endured their closest match of the season on Saturday, defeating 4A Kennedy Catholic in five sets (23-25, 29-27, 18-25, 25-23, 15-12) to reach 11-0 overall (10-0, NWC).

Meridian totaled a whopping 101 digs on the day, hitting .286 as a team. Senior Finnley Claeys had a team-high 19 kills, 21 digs and 2 aces. Fellow senior Mayalsia Smith tallied 46 assists, 11 kills and 17 digs, while senior Jolena Hoefer recorded 17 kills of her own to accompany 12 digs.

Junior Avery Neal dug 35 balls while sophomore Emry Claeys also had 8 kills.

The Trojans will have an opportunity to move to 12-0 on Monday, Oct. 18, when they host Sultan (5-7 overall, 5-4 Emerald Sound Conference) at 7 p.m.

Soccer (details provided for most recent games):

Monday, Oct. 11:

Meridian 1, Blaine 0

Tuesday, Oct. 12:

Lakewood 6, Nooksack Valley 0

The Pioneers’ 2021 season struggles continued Tuesday, losing their third straight to Lakewood (4-5-2 overall, 3-5-2 NWC).

Nooksack Valley (1-9-1 overall, 1-9 NWC) will have an opportunity to get back on track when they host Lynden Christian (1-4-3 overall, 1-3-3 NWC) on Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 4:30 p.m.

Lynden Christian 0, Anacortes 0

Bellingham 4, Mount Baker 0

Burlington-Edison 1, Ferndale 0

Lynden 3, Squalicum 0

Audrey Holdridge & Christine Broselle

Ferndale junior Christine Broselle (No. 20) and sophomore Audrey Holdridge (No. 5) in the Golden Eagles' 3-0 shutout of Sedro-Woolley on Thursday. (Connor J. benintendi/Lynden Tribune)

Thursday, Oct. 14:

Ferndale 3, Sedro-Woolley 0 (see full article here)

The Golden Eagles earned their fifth shutout of the season on Thursday, taking down Sedro-Woolley at home.

Ferndale sophomore Audrey Holdridge got the game started with the Golden Eagles’ first goal. Seniors Ariana Oreiro and Christine Broselle scored the team’s latter two.

Next up for Ferndale (7-3-1 overall, 6-3-1 NWC) is a road trip to Oak Harbor (7-6 overall, 6-6 NWC) on Tuesday, Oct. 19, at 7 p.m.

Bellingham 1, Lynden 0

Lynden, coming off a 3-0 victory over Squalicum, lost a close match against Bellingham at home on Thursday.

The Lions are 3-2 over their last five games and currently sit at 7-4 overall (7-3, NWC). They will travel to Meridian (3-7-2 overall, 3-7-1 NWC) on Tuesday, Oct. 19, for their next game at 4 p.m.

Meridian 5, Mount Baker 1

The Trojans earned their second straight win on Thursday, handily defeating the Mountaineers on the road. Meridian has turned it around as of recent after losing five in a row during the middle of the season.

With the win, the Trojans move to 3-7-2 overall (3-7-1, NWC) and will head to Lynden (7-4 overall, 7-3 NWC) on Tuesday, Oct. 19, for a 4 p.m. match.

Mount Baker drops to 0-11 on the season, still unable to break into the win column in 2021. They will get their next opportunity to do so on Monday, Oct. 18, when they play Blaine (6-6 overall, 6-6 NWC) at 7 p.m.

Blaine 2, Lynden Christian 0

LC lost a close match against Blaine on Thursday, still getting back in the groove after having five straight games cancelled in the middle of the season.

The Lyncs drop to 1-4-3 overall (1-3-3, NWC) and will have a chance to turn things around against Nooksack Valley (1-9-1 overall, 1-9 NWC) on Tuesday, Oct. 19, for a 4:30 p.m. match on the road.