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“It was really close,” BHS head coach Alicia Kriens said. “It could have gone either way, all three of those sets. When you look at stats, we didn’t play our very best game, but on the scoreboard, we’re right there.”
The Bemidji High School volleyball team found postseason success as a No. 6 seed a year ago, and the Lumberjacks will try to do it again in 2022.
The Lumberjacks played four matches on the day and ended on a high note by winning their last two.
Although the Lumberjacks pulled it out in their previous two marathons, the Greyhounds had the last laugh on Tuesday for a 3-2 win.
Likely playing in their final home match of the season, the Lumberjacks pulled off a 3-2 win over Sartell-St. Stephen inside the BHS Gymnasium.
In a number of recent matches, the Bemidji High School volleyball team had been trying very hard – and failing – to finish out wins. But those results changed on Thursday.

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Though the Lumberjacks didn’t always have their best stuff on Tuesday, neither did the Warriors for many stretches. But Bemidji still couldn’t prevent Brainerd from separating late in sets and controlling the outcome on their terms.
The Bemidji High School volleyball team endured some difficult outcomes on Saturday in St. Michael.
The Beavers pushed the Mavericks past the standard 25 points required to win a set, even taking a brief 25-24 lead in the opening frame.

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