Lindbergh falls to Lynden at the SunDome

The Lindbergh Eagles made the trip to the Yakima Valley SunDome to play in the 2A state boys basketball championship.

The boys played in the first round and lost to the No. 1 seed Lynden High 57-43. Lynden finished third and Foss High won the title.

Lynden outscored the Eagles in the first two quarters and was leading 33-22 at the half. In the fourth Lindbergh scored 17 to Lynden’s 15, but the surge was not enough to turn the game.

The boys qualified for state for the first round in the SunDome by beating Kingston 58-43 Feb. 25 at Mount Tahoma High. The Eagles went into the tournament at the No. 16 seed.

The boys finished the 2A South Puget Sound League Mountain Division regular season with an 11-3 division record and 16-11 overall.

Last season the Eagles reached the regional round and lost to Wapato 57-55.

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