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BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls hockey team put itself in a position to win headed into the third period Tuesday night at Bemidji Community Arena, but the girls from International Falls ramped up the pace late and the Jacks couldn’t keep up. Two goals in the last 5 minutes, 1 second allowed the Broncos to head back north with a 3-1 win.
BEMIDJI -- A pair of Sartell-St. Stephen ejections showed the team’s frustration throughout Saturday’s game against the Bemidji High School boys hockey team at the BCA. The Jacks answered on the scoreboard and claimed a lopsided 7-0 win over the Class A No. 9 Sabres.
BEMIDJI -- Following a perfect 3-0 day on Friday, the Bemidji High School wrestling team’s luck turned upside down Saturday. Facing three ranked opponents, the Jacks lost to Class AA No. 5 Perham 44-12, Class A No. 2 Frazee 34-21 and Class AA No. 10 Litchfield 38-32. With the final match against Litchfield knotted at 32-all with only the heavyweight bout left, Dragons junior Chase Liestman pinned BHS junior Kaleb Beam to take the win.
BEMIDJI -- The opening day of the Rick Lee Invitational wrestling tournament couldn’t have gone better for the Bemidji High School wrestling team Friday, as the Jacks cruised through three opponents to advance to Pool A to take on the other undefeated teams today. BHS opened Friday’s action with a 36-25 win over Detroit Lakes, moved on to top Kenyon-Wanamingo 38-29 and finished off with a 52-22 victory over Deer River.
BEMIDJI -- The offense just wouldn’t come for the Bemidji High School girls hockey team Tuesday night at Bemidji Community Arena. Moorhead’s goal 1 minute, 33 seconds into the game would be all the Spuds needed, as they cruised to a 4-0 shutout win. “We need to find some girls that have a niche of scoring goals, because we don’t have them right now,” BHS head coach Casey Reierson said.
BEMIDJI -- The Bemidji High School girls basketball team came out on the losing end of a defensive battle Thursday night, falling to Park of Cottage Grove 42-28 in the finale of the Bemidji Invitational at Bemidji High School.
BEMIDJI -- Since its 4-3 defeat of Moorhead in the 2015-16 Section 8AA championship, the Bemidji High School boys hockey team is 0-6-1 in games that end tied after regulation. The latest came Thursday, when the Jacks fell to Roseau 4-3 at the hands of an Aaron Huglen sudden death goal 3 minutes, 17 seconds into the extra frame at Bemidji Community Arena.
COLERAINE -- The Bemidji High School boys and girls nordic skiing teams kicked off their season Wednesday at the Grand Rapids invitational, held at Mt. Itasca in Coleraine. The boys team took third place, while the girls finished fourth.
BEMIDJI—Bemidji State picked up a pair of Western Collegiate Hockey Association Player of the Week awards following their sweep of Alaska Anchorage this past weekend. Senior goalie Michael Bitzer was awarded the Goaltender of the Week award, while junior forward Jay Dickman was Offensive Player of the Week. Bitzer's weekend moved him into second place on BSU's all-time saves list with 2,740 and into a tie for third in NCAA Division I men's hockey history in shutouts with 19.
ROGERS -- Coming off an injury suffered early in the season, Bemidji High School boys hockey captain Ryan Pogue seems to be back at full strength, as he turned in two powerplay goals Saturday to help the Jacks to a 4-0 win over Rogers (1-6). “He’s starting to come into his own,” BHS head coach Eric Monsrud said. “We’ve changed up lines, and so those lines are starting to get acclimated with each other and they’re feeling more comfortable with each other when they play.