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WHATCOM — Colton Ranson threw a complete-game no-hitter on April 2, leading Mount Baker (1-8, 0-4) past Concrete, 2-0, for its first win of the baseball season. Ranson struck out 13 batters and ...
WHATCOM — Nooksack Valley (6-0, 3-0 Northwest Conference) remained undefeated in softball with victories over Meridian and Blaine last week. On March 31, the Pioneers routed Meridian 13-3, ...
LYNDEN — The Lynden Spring League Slow-Pitch games will begin the week of April 12. The season consists of doubleheaders on Tuesday and Thursday nights and will last six weeks. Cost ...
SUDDEN VALLEY — Mount Baker’s Gemma Wilson finished second overall with a score of 49 in the Whatcom County Championship on April 2 at Sudden Valley Golf Course. Her teammate, Bria Henthorn, ...
The Bedlington Twilight Invitational was a showcase for local track and field talent, as north county athletes racked up medals at the 11-school meet on March 27 at Lynden High School. The Lynden girls’ ...
BOYS 2A first team – Scooter Hastings (Lynden) 1A first team – Cody Fransen (Lynden Christian) 1A honorable mention – Zach Roetcisoender (Lynden Christian) 1A honorable mention – ...
LYNDEN — Each fall, well before the start of spring sports season, Lynden track athletes begin asking head coach Layne Hutchins the question. “Who’s going to be on the 4×400 team ...
LYNDEN — Meridian track head coach Patrick Ames acknowledges that a 1A program of Meridian’s size can never really head into a big meet flat-out expecting to win. “Winning in track is ...
LAUREL — “Two outs, so what!” is remembered around the Pacific Northwest as the rallying cry of the 2001 Seattle Mariners, whose hitters came through time and time again in two-out situations. ...
EVERSON — Nooksack Valley seems to have picked up right where it left off. After riding last year’s strong second-half campaign to a state tournament appearance and a pair of wins at the ...