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Bemidji HS Tuesday sports roundup: Heifort delivers for BHS girls hockey in debut

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Allie Heifort made her debut in net and the 16-save performance by the sophomore helped the Bemidji girls hockey team nip International Falls 5-4 Tuesday in the border city.

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With Emily Denzer out with an injury and Laura Thompson absent from school because of illness Bemidji found itself without a goalie. Heifort, however, was willing to assume that role and she posted a victory in her debut.

"Allie was put into an emergency situation and had a couple of nice saves," said BHS coach Matt Menne whose team improved to 4-9-1.

The Jacks took a 2-1 lead after the first period on goals by Amanda Hunt and Allie Lapp. Chaniel Nelson scored in the second stanza and the teams were deadlocked 3-3 heading into the final 17 minutes.

The Broncos scored 40 seconds into the third stanza to take the lead but Bemidji countered with goals by Janie Johnson at 2:08 and Lapp at 16:20.

Bemidji 2 1 2 - 5

Int. Falls 1 2 1 - 4

First period: 1. B, Hunt (Booth) 6:31; 2. IF, Bright (Raboin, Gordon) 15:59 PP; 3. B, Lapp (Johnson) 16:40

Second period: 4. IF, Gordon (Raboin, West) 2:57; 5. B, Nelson (Lapp) 6:12 SH; 6. IF, Bahr (McDonald) 10:02

Third period: 7. IF, Gordon (Raboin, McDonald) 0:40 PP; 8. B, Johnson (Miller) 2:08 PP; 9. B, Lapp (Wolkerstorfer, Nelson) 16:20

Saves: Heifort (B) 7-7-2-16; Nelson (IF) 7-6-9-22

The 400 free relay team of Nick Gubbels, Nick Nyberg, Adam Falk and Dylan Hoven captured first place in a time of 3:35.59 to give the Bemidji boys swimming and diving team a 95-91 victory Tuesday at Park Rapids.

Falk also won the 200 free (1:58.64) and 100 fly (1:01.35) while Tyler Hemp captured the 200 IM (2:29.65), Hoven the 50 free (22.29) and 100 free (50.54), Gunnar Nelson the diving (167.15) and Nyberg the 500 free (5:32.66).

Bemidji also prevailed in the 200 free relay as Falk, Gubbels, Nyberg and Hoven finished in 1:38.34.

Bemidji 95, Park Rapids 91

200 medley relay: 1-Park Rapids 1:57.74; 2-Bemidji (Wright, Arndt, Voss, Becker) 1:57.74. Other Bemidji: 4-Bemidji (Shegrud, Olson, Prince, Scholl) 2:15.60

200 free: 1-Falk (B) 1:58.64. Other Bemidji: 3-Nyberg 2:03.68; 6-Prince 2:34.73

200 IM: 1-Hemp (B) 2:29.65. Other Bemidji: 4-voss 2:36.42; 5-Arndt 2:43.58

50 free: 1-Hoven (B) 22.29. Other Bemidji: 4-Gubbels 26.23; 5-Becker 26.58

Diving: 1-Nelson (B) 167.15. Other Bemidji: 3-Tillemans 136.05

100 fly: 1-Falk (B) 1:01.35. Other Bemidji: 4-Prince 1:23.44

100 free: 1-Hoven (B) 50.54. Other Bemidji: 4-Gubbles 58.69

500 free: 1-Nyberg (B) 5:32.66. Other Bemidji: 4-Wright 5:53.12; 5-Voss 6:07.33

200 free relay: 1-Bemidji (Falk, Gubbels, Nyberg, Hoven) 1:38.34. Other Bemidji: 3-Bemidji (Becker, Arndt, Olson, Hemp) 1:50.37

100 back: 1-Smythe (PR) 1:05.09. Bemidji's results: 3-Hemp 1:12.61; 4-Wright 1:15.78; 6-Shegrud 1:23.15

100 breast: 1-McBrady (PR) 1:07.23. Bemidji's results: 2-Olson 1:13.80; 3-Arndt 1:17.25

400 free relay: 1-Bemidji (Gubbels, Nyberg, Falk, Hoven) 3:35.59

The Bemidji gymnastics team scored 123.025 Tuesday at the Fargo Invitational. Fargo South won with 129.70 while Moorhead was second with 129.60. Fargo North trailed the field with 78.375.

Katie Jensen was sixth in the All-Around with 31.0 and Jessica Bergquist was seventh with 30.925. Also competing in the All-Around were Brook Beck (30.325), Alyshia Moe (28.875) and Sara Erickson (27.375).

On the beam BHS was led by Bergquist who was sixth with 7.775. Jensen scored 7.425, Beck 7.375, Moe 7.275, Amy Carey 6.575, Chelsey Anderson 6.3, Erickson 5.525 and Kylie Stedje 4.30.

On the floor Bemidji was led by Moe's 8.050. Bergquist earned 7.850, Jensen 7.70, Beck 7.650, Carey 7.450 and Erickson 6.675.

On the bars Erickson was seventh with 7.375. Jensen scored 7.2, Beck 6.975, Bergquist 6.85 and Moe 5.5.

Jensen was third on the vault with 8.675. Bergquist scored 8.450, Beck 8.325, Anderson 8.075, Moe 8.05 and Erickson 7.80.

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Pat Miller

Pat Miller is the sports editor at the Pioneer.

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