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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls soccer team went into Tuesday’s Section 8A semifinal game looking for a shutout, and, after two set piece goals and an insurance tally late, they achieved the feat with a 3-0 win over St. Cloud Cathedral to advance to the section final. “One of the goals we set was a shutout,” BHS head coach Logan Larsen said. “A win’s a win, but a shutout was one thing we were aiming for, especially with changing formations up a little bit, so I was happy we got that.”
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School football team has just one blemish on the schedule so far, and they hope to keep it that way going into the Section 8-5A tournament. To do that, the Lumberjacks will have to get through their week eight opponent, St. Cloud Tech (5-2). Kickoff between the two teams is set for 7 p.m. Wednesday at Husky Stadium on the campus of St. Cloud State.
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School boys soccer team continued to capitalize on chances in Saturday’s Section 8A quarterfinal game against Detroit Lakes, using six scorers to rack up seven goals against the Lakers at Chet Anderson Stadium.
BEMIDJI -- Behind by a goal for 42 minutes, junior Emma Dean lined up for a corner kick with time ticking away from the Lumberjacks’ shot at another Section 8A title. “Emma took a second,” Bemidji head coach Logan Larsen said. “She composed herself rather than rushing it, because the last however many minutes of the game, we’d been rushing it. She just slowed down and placed it, so it was a very smart, composed moment for Emma.”
SARTELL -- The Bemidji High School football team will finish this fall’s regular season with an unblemished record (4-0) in section play after a 50-6 dominating defeat of Sartell-St. Stephen on Friday in Sartell. In addition to a stellar defense that held the Sabres (0-7) to 85 total yards and one touchdown on the tail end of a nine-play drive for just 28 yards, the Lumberjacks (6-1) spread the ball around to multiple weapons for chunks of yardage as well as touchdowns.
BEMIDJI -- A trio of freshmen stepped up for the Bemidji State women’s soccer team Friday afternoon, accounting for the Beavers’ three goals in their 3-0 shutout win over Concordia-St Paul at Chet Anderson Stadium. I thought we played well,” BSU head coach Jim Stone said. Obviously they’re a very good team. They’ve been extremely good defensively, so to be able to find some goals against a really stingy defense, I’m happy.
BEMIDJI -- On the heels of a disappointing regular season finale against Grand Rapids on Monday, Oct. 8, the Bemidji High School girls soccer team returned with a bang on Thursday with a 10-0 victory over Crookston to open the Section 8A playoffs. “It feels great,” BHS head coach Logan Larsen said of the offensive output. “I think the best thing is the girls were just a team tonight and cheering each other on.”
BEMIDJI -- Having not scored more than three goals in a game since Sept. 15, the Bemidji High School boys soccer team went on a scoring frenzy in the first round of the Section 8A playoffs Thursday, defeating Walker-Hackensack-Akeley/Cass Lake-Bena 11-0 at Chet Anderson Stadium.
BEMIDJI -- With five wins in six games, the No. 10 spot in the QRF rankings for Class 5A, a 3-0 record in Section 8-5A play and two games to go before playoffs, this fall has turned into one with unlimited potential for the Bemidji High School football team. For this week’s game, the Lumberjacks head to Sartell, where they will take on the winless Sabres of Sartell-St. Stephen (0-6), who are last (47th) in the QRF rankings.
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School volleyball team improved as the night went along, but ultimately the Jacks couldn’t figure out how to turn around their game fast enough to take a set in a 3-0 loss to Moorhead. The Spuds (9-7) were strong out of the gate and cruised to a 25-13 win in set one, and they held the Lumberjacks (8-13) to 17 and 19 points in the second and third sets to complete the sweep.