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Lynden girls' basketball jumped out to an 11-point lead in the first quarter and held off Anacortes in a 65-41 win Monday, Dec...The Lions were led by Stephanie Somers' 22 points in the victory. "We were just really excited to play," Lynden coach Rob
With one receiver standing 6-foot-7 and another measuring in at 6-foot-3, the Lynden football team knew there were mismatches to be had against a much smaller Tumwater defensive backfield in the Class 2A state championship game on Saturday, Dec.
Tacoma Dome to decide who is the best Class 2A football team in the state, it will be a terrific matchup of explosive offense versus shutdown defense. The Thunderbirds are averaging 45.7 points per game and have scored 45 of more points seven times.
Mount Baker coach Ron Lepper was honest as ever when asked how surprising it is Mount Baker is playing for its first state title in program history. "Honestly, if you told me last August or last May during spring ball we would be in the state
Blaine's boys' wrestling team topped both Lynden and Meridian in matches Thursday, Dec...Blaine defeated Lynden 62-12 with quick pins by Derreck Camba, Gage Lott, Christian Sharp and Israel Hernandez. In the 152-pound class Lynden's Christian Mouat
Whatcom County is poised for significant growth in the blueberry harvest over the next five years, but local farmers first need to figure out why they had fewer blueberries than expected in 2013. The blueberry crop was the main topic of conversation
There are many successful layers to Lynden's defense: its ball-hawking safeties, game-changing play preventing cornerbacks, stout defensive line and athletic defensive ends. But at the Lions' core is a linebacker tandem arguably the most responsible
A conference will present information on berry fruit for commercial farmers and home gardeners. The third annual Small Fruit Conference & Lynden Ag Show will be held Dec...The two-day conference will have a variety of topics, including an update on
As much anguish as the Tumwater Thunderbirds players felt on the field after last year's 41-7 loss to Lynden in the 2012 Class 2A football state championship game, Garrett Terrell shared that same agony while smothered within the student body in the
Whatcom County A biting chill and a light blanket of snow are welcome signs of December football in Northwest Washington. Traditionally, and nearly every season recently, this has been Lynden High School's terrain. The Lions have played into December