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GIRLS SOCCER

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Bieber, a senior defender, often patrols the BHS backline. But when she scored -- not once, but twice -- for her first-ever varsity goals, her offensive heroics were a worthy cause for jubilation.
There’s nothing Bitter about a game-winning goal.
Tasked with shutting down East Grand Forks’ Camryn Adams for much of the night, Malterud was near-impossible to shake. Malterud and the Bemidji High School girls soccer team silenced EGF all game, and the Lumberjacks walked out of Chet Anderson Stadium with a 1-0 win.
The Lumberjacks defeated Crookston 4-0 on the road, but the goal scoring didn’t fully quantify the lopsided nature of the affair. BHS outmatched the Pirates in shots on goal by a 27-1 margin.
When a team has allowed three goals in seven games, it stands to reason that they’re difficult to score on.
The Bemidji High School girls soccer team fell into a first-half hole and couldn’t counter, losing 2-0 in a Section 8-3A matchup at Buffalo on Thursday evening.

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The Bemidji High School girls soccer team picked up a victory over Moorhead on Tuesday thanks to some quick goals in both halves of play.
BHS found an extra gear in the second half -- seemingly spurred on by the Paquette opportunity. Sage Zetah-Cornelius commanded the backline with authority, while Emma Wright and Marah Bitter also opened up offensive chances, but it wasn’t meant to be in the ultimate three-goal defeat.
Marah Bitter scored in the final moments of regulation on Tuesday in East Grand Forks, helping the Lumberjacks play to a 1-1 tie.

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