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Taryn Frazer broke the Cass Lake-Bena girls basketball program record for points on Saturday, surpassing Amanda Gehrke's total of 2,198.
Lumberjack sports have been paused because of Bemidji Area Schools’ decision to cancel all school and activities from Tuesday, Jan. 18, through Sunday, Jan. 22, due to COVID-19 cases and other illnesses affecting staffing levels across the district.
Four different Prowlers tickled the twine on Saturday afternoon in Thief River Falls, as TRF exploded for a 6-1 win over the Bemidji High School hockey team.
River Lakes kept the scoreboard operator busy on Saturday afternoon, as the Stars stormed into the Bemidji Community Arena and dispatched of the Bemidji High School girls hockey team 6-0.

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Tatum Offerdahl, Aubrey DeWitt, Lauren Berg and Samara Osborn helped the Lumberjacks establish the new bar, which broke the previous record of 35.8 set on Jan. 11, 2020.
Barrick Nelson dislocated his elbow on Friday night at the Rick Lee Invite. He walked off the mat at the BHS Gymnasium in acute pain, heading to the locker room to undergo treatment.
Ten days removed from a rivalry win over Alexandria, the Bemidji High School girls basketball team couldn’t replicate the same success on Friday. The Cardinals got payback by way of a 56-36 win in Alexandria.
Rance Bahr took over the Bemidji High School wrestling team in 2009. Since then, the Lumberjacks have found much team and individual success.
The Bemidji High School boys swimming and diving team landed in the middle of a home triangular on Friday night, finishing ahead of Detroit Lakes but losing out to Grand Forks in the BHS pool.
Bemidji also defeated Thief River Falls on Jan. 6, marking the program’s first instance of back-to-back victories since January 2019. Additionally, the Jacks now have consecutive home wins for the first time since the 2018-19 season.

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The Bemidji High School boys hockey team struggled to keep pace with Brainerd on Thursday, doubling the Warriors in shots on goal but ultimately losing 5-3 in Brainerd.
The Bemidji High School Nordic skiing teams were in action on Thursday in Callaway, with the girls placing third and the boys fourth at the Detroit Lakes Invite.
The Bemidji High School boys hockey team came out attacking Tuesday night against Crookston at the Bemidji Community Arena. Vicious checks greeted Pirates players soon after puck drop.

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