When two of the best teams in the state meet, it is always a big game. This rivalry took off in 201 when Lynden won three straight state titles and Sedro-Woolley gaining state recognition. Since then, every game has been close with it coming down to the fourth quarter each year. Lynden looks to defend their home turf and continue their winning ways after beating Sedro-Woolley 14-6 last season.


Lane Heeringa


Campbell Nolte


Campbell is a Team Captain and was awarded Physical Education Student of the Year in 2022 for his mentorship of other students. He spends his spare time outside the classroom as a volunteer at little kids camps and elementary schools. Campbell is also a Fellowship of Christian Athletes leader on his team and leads a Bible study for his teammates.
Aiden Johnson


Aiden is the epitome of what it means to be a Cub. He is a 4.0 GPA student and 3-sport athlete at Woolley High in football, wrestling, and track. Aiden is character driven and a leader in the classroom and with sports. The Woolley Cubs could not ask for a better representative of their school and community than Aiden.


A one-yard score begins the game, with Lynden in the lead through the first quarter, 7-0. Lynden’s momentum doesn’t stop there, with another touchdown with a 3-yard keeper, 14-0. Sedro-Woolley comes back with a 16 yd TD, making the score 14-7 at halftime. Sedro-Woolley ties it up with a 7-yard run and ends the third quarter with a tied score! Lynden scores a field goal followed by Sedro-Woolley scoring a TD, 21-17 with Sedro-Woolley in the lead. Lynden takes the lead with Brant Heppner’s second rushing touchdown of the game! Final score 24-21, Lynden wins!