Lynden head coach Curt Kramme claps as his team celebrates a victory over Burlington-Edison in 2010. Every team in the Northwest Conference are expected to pay tribute to former Lynden coach Curt Kramme by wearing helmet stickers this season.
Lynden head coach Curt Kramme claps as his team celebrates a victory over Burlington-Edison in 2010. Every team in the Northwest Conference are expected to pay tribute to former Lynden coach Curt Kramme by wearing helmet stickers this season. Staff The Bellingham Herald file
Lynden head coach Curt Kramme claps as his team celebrates a victory over Burlington-Edison in 2010. Every team in the Northwest Conference are expected to pay tribute to former Lynden coach Curt Kramme by wearing helmet stickers this season. Staff The Bellingham Herald file

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