Pioneer Sports Report
BEMIDJI — Bemidji High School athletics will start holding its annual fall sports meeting today, but not before raising money for one of its own. The BHS Football Boosters will be serving burgers and chips outside of the high school for $5 from 4:30-6 p.m. to raise money for the family of Isaac Londo. Anyone is welcome to eat at the benefit dinner. Londo is a part of the Lumberjacks’ football team and was diagnosed with testicular cancer last winter.
BEMIDJI — The Bemidji Northern Heat 10-year-olds will embark on their journey to Jonesboro, Ark., for the Cal Ripken Baseball World Series on Wednesday. Fans can wish the Northern Heat...
ROSEAU — Megan Dondelinger scored the team’s only goal on the night as the Bemidji High School girls hockey team fell to Roseau High School 7-1 Friday night in its last regular season game. The Rams, who are the top ranked team in Section 8-AA, were already up 5-0 by the time the Lumberjacks found the back of the net. Dondelinger’s goal came 44 seconds into the second period, assisted by Jacie Lalli. Roseau center Kirsten Grafstrom led her team with three points on the night. She had one goal to go with three assists. The coaches’ meeting to decide seedings for section 8AA will be held Mo
By Ryan Pietruszewski and Brityn Kiser BEMIDJI — No. 1 seed Fosston had its hands full before prevailing over Blackduck in five games (25-23, 25-16, 23-25, 15-25, 15-7) on Friday...
BEMIDJI — The Bemidji High School tennis team closed out its regular season Thursday with a pair of victories in a triangular meet at BHS. The Lumberjacks topped Moorhead 7-0 and Fergus Falls 6-2. In the other matchup, Fergus beat Moorhead 6-1. “A great way to end the season today,” BHS head coach Mark Fodness said.
FERGUS FALLS -- Morgan Williams and Kelsey Isaacson each carded an 84 to lead the Lumberjacks girls golf team to second place after Friday's first round of the Fergus Falls Invitational at the par-72 Pebble Lake Golf Course. Bemidji's top four golfers combined for a team score of 345 and that figure trailed only Alexandria which shot 325. A distant third in the eight-team meet was Wadena which shot 372. "The 345 is the best we've done all spring," said BHS coach Jeff Nelson.