In week three football action, Lynden picked up a win over Squalicum, putting their record at 2-1 this season while the Storm fell to 1-1. (Hailey Palmer/Lynden Tribune)

Lynden 15, Squalicum 12

The Lions got a huge win against 2A Northwest Conference opponent Squalicum in a downpour Friday night in Lynden. 

Junior quarterback Kaedan Hermanutz finished 6-7 passing for 88 yards and a touchdown. That touchdown pass went to senior Kaleo Jandoc who finished the game with two receptions for 86 yards. 

Lynden’s other touchdown came on the ground from junior Campbell Nolte who broke off a go-ahead 75-yard score late in the game to give the Lions the lead late.

Junior Lane Heeringa carried the ball 18 times for 66 yards and was involved in 20 tackles on defense. 

Senior Ryan Kleindel sealed the win for the Lions with an interception on Squalicum’s final drive of the game. 

The Lions hit the road this week for the first time this season for a game at 7 p.m. Friday, against Burlington-Edison. 

Lynden Christian 40, Cedarcrest 14

Lynden Christian got its first win of the season against Cedarcrest, snapping a two-game skid to start the season. 

Senior quarterback Will Colwell threw for four touchdowns and also picked one up on the ground. 

Another score for the Lyncs came from senior Caleb Ryan who picked up a muffed punt. 

Lynden Christian doesn’t currently have a game scheduled for week four. 

Ferndale 18, Arlington 17

For the first time this season, the Golden Eagles had to claw their way back into a game late. 

The win keeps Ferndale’s undefeated 3-0 start to the season alive.

Senior quarterback Mark Schlichting threw for the game-winning touchdown and senior Elijah McCormick had a rushing score earlier in the game. 

The Golden Eagles are headed to Mount Vernon Friday for a conference game against the Bulldogs. 

Seattle Prep 28, Mount Baker 22

Mount Baker rallied late, but it wouldn’t be enough as the Mounties suffered their second consecutive loss this season to drop to 1-2.

Senior Davin Beason rushed for three touchdowns despite Seattle Prep holding on for the victory.

The Mounties were originally scheduled to play Hoquiam this week, but that game has been canceled with no reschedule. 

Meridian 34, Grandview 15

The Trojans picked up their second win of the season and second in a row winning a non-conference matchup with Grandview. 

Senior quarterback Tucker Harrison threw for four touchdowns in the victory. 

Meridian will host Bellingham Friday night looking to keep its winning streak going. 

Kelso 35, Nooksack Valley 7

Nooksack Valley couldn’t add to its hot start to the season, falling to Kelso in Seattle over the weekend. 

The Pioneers lone score came on a kickoff return for a touchdown from senior Jordan Silva.

Nooksack Valley will have a chance to get back in the win column this week when the Pioneers travel back to Seattle for a game against King’s at 7:45 p.m. Friday.