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The Lumberjacks were seeded eighth with the release of the Section 8-4A Tournament on Saturday, and so they’ll host a single-elimination play-in game against St. Cloud at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, May 23, at the BHS softball field.
Errors haunted the Bemidji High School softball team on Saturday, as the Lumberjacks committed an unlucky 13 miscues during a doubleheader at Hermantown.
Nick Yavarow paced the Bemidji High School boys golf team on Friday and Saturday, carding an 8-over-par 152 over two days at the North-South Invite in Detroit Lakes.
The Lumberjacks will now continue their postseason with the Section 8AA Individual Tournament. North Division subsection play begins at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 24, in Alexandria.

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The Bemidji High School baseball team dropped a 2-0 decision on the road at Rogers on Friday, failing to push any runs across against the Royals’ pitching staff.
The Bemidji High School girls golf team finished third among six teams at the Otter Invite held at Pebble Lake Golf Course in Fergus Falls on Friday.
Madeline Larson, Margie Anderson and Gwen Galloway all set personal records for a round.
The Bemidji High School girls golf team finished sixth among 11 teams at The Classic Invitational held at Madden’s on Gull Lake in Brainerd, posting a combined score of 396 strokes.
The Bemidji High School boys tennis team is through to the next round of the Section 8AA Team Tournament. The North No. 1 seed Lumberjacks defeated North No. 4 seed Detroit Lakes 4-1 in a weather-shortened section quarterfinal in DL on Wednesday.
The Bemidji High School track and field teams took part in the Alexandria Invite on Tuesday, each placing fifth of seven teams and recording three event wins.

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The Jacks will next host Pequot Lakes at 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 19, at Des Sagedahl Field.
The Bemidji High School softball team continued its winning ways in Alexandria on Tuesday, picking up its fourth victory in five games.
Mariah Graves didn’t want her softball career to come to an end. So she did something about it.

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