Tatum Offerdahl helped Bemidji set a bit of history on Saturday afternoon. Offerdahl scored a 9.35 on the floor during the Princeton Invitational, which was tops among all Lumberjacks and helped the team establish a new program record in the event with a 37.1 score. Offerdahl also led the team with an all-around mark of 35.35, fifth among the field, thanks to her marks on the vault (9.05), balance beam (8.1) and uneven bars (8.85).
Wyatt Halvorson sparked a bit of life into the Lumberjacks in Saturday’s 5-3 loss to Alexandria. Though BHS ultimately came up short, the senior winger produced a pair of third-period goals just 79 seconds apart and jump-started a quick rally where BHS turned a 4-0 deficit into a 4-3 nail-biter. Halvorson now has 11 points (5g-6a) this season, which is tops on the team and includes a current five-game point streak dating back to Dec. 19.
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