LUMBERJACK GIRLS HOCKEY
Woodbury 4, Bemidji 2
The Lumberjacks gave up two in the 1st period and Woodbury added one each in the 2nd and 3rd periods. Meanwhile, Kallie Kelm had a goal and assist and Maggie Marcotte scored her 2nd goal in as many days for the Jacks. Woodbury outshot the Jacks 26-20 and Nettie Kimble went 22 of 26 in goal.
The Jacks are 0-4-0 and will be on the road for the 1st time Tuesday, heading to Roseau to face the Rams in a 7:30 game. You’ll hear it on the LJRN with Lumberjacks Live at 7:15.
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL
Semifinals at US Bank Stadium…
Spring Grove 27, Stephen-Argyle 7
Nevis 44, Russell-Tyler-Ruthton 16
A Big day for Sr. QB Jack DeWulf. He went 5 for 7 through the air for 136 yards and a TD. He also ran for 223 on 14 carries, an average of 16 yards per carry, and scored 2 more TDs. Defensively, he had 7 tackles and an interception. Kyle Schmidt had 16 carries for 85 yards, a TD, and an interception, while Zach Henry and Tucker Roehl also had rushing touchdowns. Luke DeWulf had 2 catches for 77 yards and a TD. Henry had 2 picks defensively, and Michael Landquist had 9 tackles.
The 11-1 Tigers will face 10-0 Spring Grove for the State Championship 10am Friday at US Bank Stadium.
Wabasso 21, Ada-Borup/NCW 13
St. Croix Lutheran 45, Pequot Lakes 7
Owatonna 50, Brainerd 28
The Lumberjack girls swimming contingent at the state meet saw their season end after the prelims when none qualified for finals or consolation finals. The top performances were a couple of 19th place showings. Laura Davis set a personal record in the 500 Free. The Jacks won their 7th straight section championship the previous weekend.
BEAVER WOMENS HOCKEY
FRI…Bemidji State 3, #5 Ohio State 3 (Shootout)
The Beavers earned an extra point by winning the shootout when Lydia Passolt scored the only goal in the 6th round. Three goals each in the 1st and 2nd periods. Paige Beebe, Sylvia Marolt and Haley Mack all scored goals. Mak Langei had 2 assists. The Beavers were outshot 43-30, but Erin Deters made 40 saves.
SAT…#5 Ohio State 5, Bemidji State 4
Claire DeGeorge scored for the Beavers as did Mak Langei. Sylvia Marolt scored and so did Emma Terres. Alexis Joyce had 2 assists. Shots were 34-25 in favor of the Buckeyes.
The Beavers are 5-8-2 and 3-6-1-1 for 11 points. Bemidji State will be back at it Wednesday with a non-conference game at St. Cloud State Wednesday night at 6pm.
BEAVER MENS BASKETBALL
FRI…Bemidji State 88, Valley City State 70
Lucas Wendt led the Beavers with 22 points. Jai’Vionne Green and Sharif Black had 13 points and Christian Pekarek had 10 points.
SAT…Bemidji State 87, Northland 64
Jai’Vionne Green had 33 points. Sharif Black had 16 points and Logan Bader added 15 points and 7 rebounds. The Beavers were up by 6 at the half and outscored Northland by 17 points.
The Beavers are now 2-2 on the season and will be back at it tonight in an all Bemidji showdown, as they host Oak Hills Christian College at 6pm at the BSU Gymnasium.
BEAVER WOMENS BASKETBALL
Bemidji State 63, Mayville State 62
The Beavers were down by 11 headed into the 4th quarter and outscored the the Comets by 12 to win it by one. Freshman Brooklyn Bachmann had 21 points, while sophomore Sydney Arrington added 15.
Bemidji State evened their record at 1-1. They’ll be in action in the Metro State Thanksgiving Classic in Denver this weekend. They’ll face the host team 5pm Friday and will face Colorado Christian at 3pm Saturday.
Senior Linebacker Trystan Ross of Little Falls has been selected to the FCS National Bowl. He was an 2nd team All Conference player with 59 tackles this year. The FCS National Bowl showcases top player from the FCS DII and DIII levels and will feature many NFL and CFL scouts in attendance. The game will be Sunday, December 10th in Daytona Beach, FL.
The John Schuster Rink has done it again, taking the Olympic Trials and earning the right to represent the US at the Winter Olympics in South Korea. Schuster was part of Pete Fenson’s 2006 Bronze medal winning team, and has led the last 3 US teams in the Olympics, making it 4 straight times for John in the Olympics, a US record. The Schuster Rink beat the Heath McCormick Rink for the title.