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Who will be crowned champions this fall sports season?

The post-pandemic rise in Whatcom County's success shows no signs of slowing

Lynden players celebrate in a crowded huddle, with one team member waving trheir teams flag over the crowd.
Lynden players celebrate after beating Enumclaw 41-14 Nov. 26, 2022, in the 2A state semifinals to advance to their second-straight championship game. The Lions went on to win the title, defeating North Kitsap, and will enter the 2023 season as two-time defending champions. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Connor J. Benintendi Staff Reporter
In sports, only one thing is better than winning championships: defending them. As lights come ba
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