past Fosston 53-24
FOSSTON --It took him awhile but one of northern Minnesota's premier running backs, Kolby Gullickson, scored three touchdowns to lift Fertile-Beltrami over Fosston 53-24 Friday.
Gullickson scored on runs of 45-, 18- and 45-yards -- all in the second quarter to give the Falcons (5-0) a 41-8 lead at halftime.
Sophomore Reed Sander scored twice for Fosston (1-4) and added an extra-point run.
Fosston is at Lake Park/Audubon Friday.
Fertile-Beltrami 20 21 12 0 -- 53
Fosston 0 8 8 8 -- 24
FB: Chris Peterson 39 pass from Paul Reese (Reese kick)
FB: Joey Henderson 80 run (Reese kick)
FB: Reese 69 run (kick failed)
FB: Gullickson 45 run (Henderson run )
FB: Gullickson 18 run (Reese kick)
FB: Kyle Lindberg 20 run (kick failed)
Fo: Sander 8 pass from Brandon Rud (Brandon Drellack run)
FB: Gullickson 45 run (Reese kick)
Fo: Curt Campbell 35 run (Drellack run)
FB: Ryan Skaug 10 run (run failed)
Fo: Sander 2 run (Sander run)
Avalanche forward Konowalchuk retires
DENVER (AP) -- Colorado Avalanche forward Steve Konowalchuk retired Friday after tests showed he has a disease that can lead to irregular heart rhythms.
"After a complete evaluation from a number of different physicians and experts associated with this condition, we decided that this was the best and only alternative for me," Konowalchuk said in a written statement.
The team said the 33-year-old Konowalchuk has Long QT Syndrome, a genetic disease involving electrical conduction that can lead to irregular heart rhythms.
has herniated disc
NEW YORK (AP) -- Yankees lefty Randy Johnson has a herniated disc in his lower back, an injury that could prevent him from pitching in the playoffs next week.
The injury was discovered during an MRI exam Thursday. After being examined by team physician Dr. Stuart Hershon and back specialist Dr. Paul Kuflick, Johnson received an epidural injection Friday.
Johnson, who turned 43 on Sept. 10, has a 7.64 ERA over his last three starts, giving up five runs each outing and failing to last longer than six innings. He is 17-11 this season with a career-high 5.00 ERA.
JV net team
The Bemidji JV tennis team upped its record to 8-1 Thursday sweeping the Roseau and Bagley varsities at the High School courts
Bemidji blanked Roseau 6-0 with only one match going more than two sets.
Katrina Schnackenberg and Anna Lintelmann needed a tiebreaker to win at No. 2 doubles.
Bemidji had more problems with Roseau than it did it on the Rams courts last weekend taking three of four singles but only two of the five doubles. Five of the matches needed a tiebreaker with Roseau winning three.
BEMIJDI 6, BAGLEY O
Cassie Thomas, Bem. defeated Jen Gunning 6-2, 6-1
Kelsey Bretschneider defeated Stacy Norman 6-2, 6-1
Marie Kastella and Leah Lemke defeated Jordan Kent and Makenzie Storhaug 6-1, 7-5
Katrina Schnackenberg and Anna Lintelmann defeated Shannon Carter and Kourtney Sawyer 4-6, 6-2 (7-2)
Caitlin Gangelhoff and Jamae Crowser defeated Brenda Norman and Lauren Christensen 6-0, 6-0
Aly Gregg and Jessica Christofferson defeated Beth Carter and Maddison Beckstrand 6-0, 6-0
BEMIDJI 5, ROSEAU 4
Tiffany Wulff, Ros. defeated Thomas 7-5, 1-6, (8-6)
Bretschneider, Bem. defeated Emily Hallie 6-4, 6-4
Schnackenberg, Bem. defeated Erin Lee 4-6, 6-2 (8-6)
Crowser, Bem. defeated Ingrid Mloldzik 5-7, 6-1 (7-2)
Kastella and Lemke, Bem. defeated Katrina Curry and Emily Nelson 6-4, 7-5
Megan Foley and Kristen Mlodzik, Ros. defeated Gangelhoff and Lintelmann 5-7, 7-5 (9-7)
Jess Rose and Heather Sandra, Ros. defeated Gregg and Christofferson 3-6, 6-4 (10-6)
Kodie Ziska and Shantay Nygaard, Ros. defeated Becky Dickenson and Megan Bergquist 7-6 (7-4), 6-2
Dickenson and Bergquist, Bem. defeated Emily Hallie and Andrea Johnson 7-6 (7-5), 6-0