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LYNDEN — Equestrian Vaulting, the sport of dance and gymnastics on horseback, comes to the Northwest Washington Fairgrounds March 28-30, 2014. Vaulters of all ages, including some of the top vaulters ...
LYNDEN — For local lacrosse fans, the name Treven Salminen certainly rings a bell. The 2013 Lynden grad enjoyed a successful career with the North County Cavaliers lacrosse team, which helped him achieve ...
With 772 wins to his name, Lynden Christian girls basketball coach Curt DeHaan stands alone at the top among girls coaches in Washington state high school basketball history. The LC varsity coach since ...
YAKIMA — Prior to tipoff of Saturday night’s 1A state championship game, LC coach Curt DeHaan walked up to the media table. The veteran coach was looking quite dapper, sporting slacks, a white dress ...
YAKIMA — He preached it all throughout the season and his girls bought in. Curt DeHaan, who was named the Northwest Conference Coach of the Year this week, wanted his girls to play with the “team is ...
YAKIMA — I still remember in the fall when I walked into the Tribune office on a Wednesday morning and saw the puzzled look on my editor Tim Newcomb’s face. Had I messed up? Sure enough, my instincts ...
YAKIMA — The Sun Dome is an exciting place for athletes to travel to. It means you’ve competed at a high enough level to say you’re one of the top eight teams in the state in your classification. ...
YAKIMA — He knew eventually, as bad as he didn’t want it to happen, the time would come. Lynden girls coach Rob Adams understands that time sits still for no one and at some point this season, he’d ...
Prior to tip off of Saturday night’s 1A-state championship game, LC coach Curt DeHaan walked up to the media table. The veteran coach was looking quite dapper, sporting slacks, a white dress shirt ...
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