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Lions’ 200 freestyle makes state

ANACORTES — The Lynden girls’ 200-yard freestyle relay team qualified for the 2A state meet as a wild-card with a season-best time of 1:54.26 during Saturday’s district finals at Fidalgo Pool. The ...

Nooksack eliminated by Overlake

BOTHELL — Nooksack Valley was eliminated from the bi-district tournament with a 16-25, 25-18, 25-15, 25-23 loss to Overlake in a loser-out match on Saturday at Cedar Park Christian High School. The Pioneers ...

QB Kraght has strong first start

BOZEMAN, Mont. — Former Lynden High School star Josh Kraght, now a redshirt freshman quarterback at FCS (formerly known as Division I-AA) Portland State, made his first collegiate start on Saturday. ...

Trojans earn trip to state

SULTAN — The Meridian girls’ soccer team advanced to the 1A state tournament, defeating Bear Creek in a shootout on Saturday in a bi-district winner-to-state, loser-out match. “I think it means a ...
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Lyncs girls finish third in state

PASCO — There have been years when the Lynden Christian girls’ cross country team has had a few really good runners, but as head coach Darren Postma said, that alone doesn’t equal success at a major ...

11.7.14 Mt. Baker vs Cedar Park Christian Football

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11.7.14 Lynden vs Shorecrest Football

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LC girls place third at cross country state championships, Meridian boys fifth

PASCO — The Lynden Christian girls’ cross country team earned third place in the 1A state championships on Saturday at Sun Willows Golf Course, while Nooksack Valley junior Amy Jo Murphy capped ...

LC volleyball earns 18th straight state tournament berth

BOTHELL — At this point, it’s almost as if the Lynden Christian volleyball team has a permanent spot in the state tournament. The Lyncs advanced to the 1A state tournament for the 18th consecutive ...

Third-quarter onslaught dooms Meridian; Lynden, Baker punch tickets to state

SEATTLE — King’s entered Friday night’s game averaging 31.3 points per contest, but was kept off the scoreboard for the entire first half, stymied by Meridian’s defense. That all changed very ...