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North Star Conference honors Lundmark, LaVine

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The North Star Conference East Division officials honored Bagley senior Kaine Lundmark as the league's initial defensive player of the week.

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Lundmark had six solo tackes, including one for a loss, to help Bagley down Frazee 34-6 on opening night.

Teammate Kyler LaVine was honored as the division's special teams player of the week. He had two returns for 10 yards and also returned a kickoff for a touchdown. The return, however, was called back because of a penalty.

Last week Bagley improved to 2-0 with a 43-0 win over Cass Lake-Bena. This week the Flyers visit Pillager.

Cass Lake-Bena will take an 0-2 record into Friday's game against Fertile-Beltrami. CL-B lost 43-0 to Warren-Alvarado-Oslo opening night and then fell to Bagley.

Blackduck also is 0-2, losing to Fertile Beltrami 55-8 and 35-0 to Pillager. The Drakes hope to snap that skid Friday when they travel to Lake of the Woods.

Kelliher-Northome is 1-1 after stunning defending state 9-man champion Cromwell 20-6 last week. The Mustangs opened their fall with a 31-0 loss to Isle. This week they host McGregor.

Red Lake will open its season Friday at Crosby-Ironton.

The Bagley volleyball team opened its campaign with wins over Blackduck and Clearbrook-Gonvick but the Flyers fell to 2-5 after losing five matches over the weekend at the Ada-Borup Invitational.

Bagley returns to action today at home against Ada-Borup and Thursday it will host Lake Park-Audubon.

In the season opener the Flyers downed the Drakes 25-15, 25-17, 25-17. Hannah Neeland dished nine assists in the victory while Andrea Hood had six aces, Kari Skersick six digs, Jasmin Nelson two blocks and Sierra Spray eight kills.

Tiffany Jones had three aces and two kills for the Drakes. Alex Zeigler dished eight assists, Kristi Mills had two kills, Alex Arp had two kills and two aces, Shelby Sorheim contributed nine digs, Sasha Pfannenstein had seven digs and Oxanna Pfannenstein six digs.

In the win over Clearbrook-Gonvick Skersick ripped 13 kills, Neeland had 18 digs and Nelson six aces.

Brittany Wagner and Taylor Faldet each had eight kills for the Bears. Jess Spray finished with 21 assists and Rebekah Kjolhaug added 21 digs.

At the Ada-Borup Invitational Bagley lost to East Grand Forks 2-0, Fosston 2-1, Northern Freeze 2-0, RLCC 2-0 and Climax-Fisher 2-1.

Red Lake split its first two matchesl, losing at Laporte 25-7, 25-11, 25-10 but downing Indus 25-18, 25-16, 25-11.

Today sees the Warriors at Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig and Wednesday they will host Nayahshing. The next week also includes a home match against Cass Lake-Bena on Thursday and a rematch with Indus on Monday.

Laporte opened its campaign with a 3-1 win over Remer. Monday the Wildcats faced Blackduck. The Drakes were 1-3 with straight-set losses to Clearbrook-Gonvick, Bagley and Parkers Prairie plus a 3-0 victory over Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig.

Kelliher-Northome lost to Cass Lake-Bena 3-2 and to Clearbrook-Gonvick 3-1. CL-B is 1-3 with a win over K-N and losses to Deer River, WHA and Onamia.

Y pmiller@bemidjipioneer.com

The Bagley volleyball team opened its campaign with wins over Blackduck and Clearbrook-Gonvick but the Flyers fell to 2-5 after losing five matches over the weekend at the Ada-Borup Invitational.

Bagley returns to action today at home against Ada-Borup and Thursday it will host Lake Park-Audubon.

In the season opener the Flyers downed the Drakes 25-15, 25-17, 25-17. Hannah Neeland dished nine assists in the victory while Andrea Hood had six aces, Kari Skersick six digs, Jasmin Nelson two blocks and Sierra Spray eight kills.

Tiffany Jones had three aces and two kills for the Drakes. Alex Zeigler dished eight assists, Kristi Mills had two kills, Alex Arp had two kills and two aces, Shelby Sorheim contributed nine digs, Sasha Pfannenstein had seven digs and Oxanna Pfannenstein six digs.

In the win over Clearbrook-Gonvick Skersick ripped 13 kills, Neeland had 18 digs and Nelson six aces.

Brittany Wagner and Taylor Faldet each had eight kills for the Bears. Jess Spray finished with 21 assists and Rebekah Kjolhaug added 21 digs.

At the Ada-Borup Invitational Bagley lost to East Grand Forks 2-0, Fosston 2-1, Northern Freeze 2-0, RLCC 2-0 and Climax-Fisher 2-1.

Red Lake split its first two matchesl, losing at Laporte 25-7, 25-11, 25-10 but downing Indus 25-18, 25-16, 25-11.

Today sees the Warriors at Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig and Wednesday they will host Nayahshing. The next week also includes a home match against Cass Lake-Bena on Thursday and a rematch with Indus on Monday.

Laporte opened its campaign with a 3-1 win over Remer. Monday the Wildcats faced Blackduck. The Drakes were 1-3 with straight-set losses to Clearbrook-Gonvick, Bagley and Parkers Prairie plus a 3-0 victory over Bug-O-Nay-Ge-Shig.

Kelliher-Northome lost to Cass Lake-Bena 3-2 and to Clearbrook-Gonvick 3-1. CL-B is 1-3 with a win over K-N and losses to Deer River, WHA and Onamia.

pmiller@bemidjipioneer.com

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