BHS rallies from slow start to belt Sauk Rapids 13-3 and gain Saturday's 8-3A final four
BEMIDJI - After spotting Sauk Rapids a 2-0 lead in the top of the first inning and being shut down in the home half of the frame, the Bemidji baseball team was looking for something to ignite the comeback.
Senior Sam Dwyer was confident that the spark would soon arrive.
"Everybody on this team is coming into the postseason hot," Dwyer said. "We're playing our best baseball of the year right now and we knew we were going to get the hits and win this game."
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