Bemidji 45, #6 Minnesota State-Mankato 17
Beavers jumped out to a 24-0 Halftime lead. The Mavericks started the 2nd half with a TD to get it to 24-7, but the Beavers answered immediately with a TD of their own to make it 31-7 and that seemed to seal the deal. The Mavs got a field goal to make it 31-10, but the Beavers scored the next 14 points to make it 45-10 before a meaningless TD in the final four minutes made the final 45-17.
Jordan Hein—25/36…306 yards…TD, 0 int…passer rating of 150.0; 12 carries, 82 yards…2 TDs
Gina Adams—14 carries, 122 yards
Tahi Nomane—3 TDs
Juwaan Richard—5 catches, 94 yards…TD
Damon Benham—10 tackles
Gunner Olszewski—8 tackles, Int.
This is the first victory for Bemidji State over Mankato since 2005, and their first win over a ranked opponent since 2011. The Beavers are now 2-0 and headed home to host Wayne State for the annual Shrine Game Saturday night at 6pm at Chet Anderson Stadium.
Bemidji 23, Sauk Rapids-Rice 19
Ethan Bush—213 yards, 2 TDs
Alex Vollen—7 catches, 147 yards, TD…Defense: Int
Jonah Muller—13 of 30, 179 yards…TD
Nate Snell—Interception with :30 left to secure the win
JACKS are 1-1 and will be back at it Friday night at Chet Anderson Stadium when they host St. Cloud Tech at 7pm.
OTHER SECTION 8-5A SCORES…
Alexandria 36, Moorhead 14
Brainerd 28, St. Cloud Apollo 21
St. Cloud Tech 28, Sartell-St. Stephen 7
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Park Rapids 27, Thief River Falls 7
United North Central 40, Pelican Rapids 0
Blackduck 32, Red Lake 8
Norman County East/Ulen-Hitterdal 20, Clearbrook-Gonvick 8
Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 38, Red Lake County 14
Pillager 14, Bagley 12
Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 54, Cass Lake-Bena 8
Lake Park-Audobon 16, Fosston 10
Wheaton/Herman-Norcross 66, Laporte 0
Deer River 24, Barnum 18
Goodridge/Grygla-Gatzke 24, Win-E-Mac 12
Nevis 26, Kelliher/Northome 0
LUMBERJACK GIRLS SOCCER
Bemidji 2, Moorhead 1
The Jacks gave up their first goal of the year to the toughest team they’ve played all year, but got the road win with 2 goals of their own. Kelly Christopher from Alyce Stone evened it up, and Rachael Holm won it on a Penalty Kick in the second half. Shots were 8-5 in favor of the Jacks, with Laura Bieberdorf 4 of 5 in goal.
Bemidji is 5-0-1 on the season and will be in Fergus Falls to battle Hillcrest Lutheran Academy Tuesday at 4pm.
Sartell-St. Stephen 3—25 25 25
Bemidji 0—13 19 14
Addie Colligan—19 Assists
Lumberjacks fall to 1-4 on the season. Jacks are home Tuesday, hosting Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton at 7:15 at the BHS Fieldhouse.
HIGH SCHOOL VOLLEYBALL
Fosston 2, Red Lake County Central 0
Fosston 2, Northern Freeze 0
Ada-Borup 2, Fosston 0
Win-E-Mac 2, Fosston 1
Sioux Falls Invitational…
BSU 3—25 25 25 Sioux Falls 3—25 21 25 25
UMC 0—22 14 23 BSU 1—17 25 7 14
Jess Yost—14 Kills Jess Yost—12 Kills
Amanda Tronick—12 Kills Amanda Tronick—10 Kills
Jordan Koehn—16 Assists Jordan Koehn—15 Assists
Emma Hallman—12 Digs Emma Hallman—12 Digs
William Jewell 3—25 24 25 25 BSU 3—19 25 25 25
BSU 1—20 26 20 23 SD School of Mines 1—25 10 16 15
Amanda Tronick—14 Kills, 17 Digs Amanda Tronick—15 Kills, 14 Digs
Jess Yost—13 Kills, 11 Digs Jess Yost—15 Kills
Heather Fletcher—12 Kills Shelby Haney—20 Assists
Shelby Haney—26 Assists, 11 Digs Jordyn Koehn—19 Assists
Jordyn Koehn—19 Assists
Emma Hallman—21 Digs
Beavers are now 4-4 on the season. They’ll open up conference play at home Thursday night hosting St. Cloud State at 7pm. Saturday, they are at UMD at 4pm.
BEAVER WOMENS SOCCER
BSU 4, Northern Michigan 0 Michigan Tech 2, BSU 1
Miranda Famestad—2 Goals Miranda Famestad—Goal
Sarah Stram—1 Goal, 2 Assists Catherine Arneson—7 of 9
Racquel Thelan—2 Assists Shots: 9-6 Michigan Tech
Rachael Norton—1 Goal
Shots: 12-1 BSU…Anna Fobbe—1 Save
Beavers are 3-1 and 1-0 in conference play. Beavers will continue conference play on the road Friday and Sunday…Friday 7pm at Winona State, and 1pm Sunday afternoon at Upper Iowa.