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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School boys soccer team remains undefeated through four games despite giving up a goal for the first time Thursday in an 8-1 win over Hillcrest Lutheran Academy at Bemidji Middle School. Aidan Helwig opened the action for the Lumberjacks (4-0) with the first two goals of the game, and assists credited to James Siems and Chase Fillipi.
ROGERS -- All three phases of the game – offense, defense and special teams – were working for the Bemidji High School football team Thursday night, leading to a 31-7 road win over Rogers to start the season on a high note. Despite kicking off to start the contest, it didn’t take the Lumberjacks (1-0) long to get on the board. Following an immediate Rogers (0-1) three-and-out, Bemidji earned optimal field position at the Royals’ 40 yard line.
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls tennis team once again took a split Wednesday afternoon, losing 4-3 to Greenway/Grand Rapids before defeating East Grand Forks 7-0 at the BHS courts. Savannah Haugen, Taylor Offerdahl and the doubles duo of Chloe Hasbargen and Nettie Kimble led the way with two wins each on the day.
BEMIDJI -- Week One has arrived, and the Bemidji High School football team is prepared to hit the road to open the season against Rogers tonight after a final run-through of offensive, defensive and special teams schemes Wednesday afternoon.
ST. CLOUD -- The Bemidji High School volleyball team earned its first win of the season Tuesday night with a 3-1 road win over St. Cloud Tech. “We played with a lot of confidence this game,” BHS head coach Alicia Kriens said. “For being a young group, we really took ahold of the game right at the beginning and went on a run 5-0 to start it. They really played together as a team.”
DETROIT LAKES -- The Bemidji High School boys soccer team has looked unstoppable so far this season, and Tuesday was no different as the Lumberjacks cruised to a 6-0 shutout victory on the road over Detroit Lakes. The win brings the Jacks to 3-0 on the season, outscoring opponents 19-0.
MOORHEAD -- The Bemidji High School boys and girls cross country teams opened their season at the Shocky Strand Invitational in Moorhead on Monday, with the girls taking second place with 50 points and the boys finishing third with 53. “We had a good day,” BHS head coach Ryan Aylesworth said. “I was happy with this being the first meet of the year. What I saw out of the kids and their performances, it was a very solid start to the season.”
PEQUOT LAKES -- The Bemidji High School girls tennis team opened the Pequot Lakes triangular with a tight 4-3 loss against the hosting Patriots on Monday, but the Lumberjacks returned to take the split on the day with a 7-0 match sweep over Little Falls.
BEMIDJI -- In a rematch of last year’s Section 8A championship that ended in a 3-0 Bemidji win, Saturday afternoon’s matchup between the Lumberjacks and St. Cloud Cathedral had a similar result with Bemidji dominating play for a 4-0 shutout victory at Bemidji Middle School.
BEMIDJI -- After offensive struggles led to a 1-0 deficit in the first half, a late goal sparked the attack of the Bemidji High School girls soccer team to lead the Lumberjacks to a 2-1 comeback win over St. Cloud Cathedral in their home opener Saturday afternoon at Bemidji Middle School.