Tristan Moffat taking it one play at a time: By Braulio Perez

December 6, 2013

**Originally published in the Lynden Tribune        As Tristan Moffat walked across the turf at Civic Stadium in Bellingham Nov. 22, the Lynden sophomore looked as though he couldn’t be happier. Enjoying every moment of Lynden’s crushing 54-21 victory over Sumner in the 2A state quarterfinals, Moffat’s enthusiasm grew with each play.      Dressed in his green Lions jersey, with a sweatshirt underneath and a Lions beanie over his…

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Lucas Petersen Takes The Early Lead In Lynden: By Braulio Perez

September 18, 2013

       If there’s one thing that’s been clear through the first two weeks of the season in the Northwest Conference, it’s that Lynden quarterback Lucas Petersen isn’t showing growing pains in his first year under center.      The junior signal caller entered the 2013 season as Lynden’s new quarterback, replacing four-year Whatcom County standout Josh Kraght, who is a freshman QB this year for the Portland State Vikings.     …

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Lynden looks to reload, not rebuild, in 2013: By Braulio Perez

August 30, 2013

       As Curt Kramme looks onto the Lynden practice field, you can tell he’s filled with excitement as he instructs his 2013 Lions. Sure, the team lost 19 of their 22 starters from last season, but that doesn’t matter to the 21-year Lions’ head coach.      Lynden enters this season with two consecutive 2A state championships under their belts, but they will now move forward without the…

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Lynden’s Caleb Newman lands D1 offers and back to back 2A state titles: By Jordan Johnson

December 5, 2012

Caleb Newman Highlight Video          Caleb Newman (6-3 230 Sr. DE) of Lynden is a legit D1 athlete and one of the most talented, yet unknown recruits in the northwest. He is a 3.9 student taking rigorous AP courses and just happens to have four D1 offers (Wash St, E.Washington, Air Force, Army). Broadcasting the 2A state title game on Saturday I realized Newman was more dominant…

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