Behind 23 points from Lindsey Hildenbrand, the Bemidji High School girls basketball team edged out a 52-46 win over Cloquet at the BHS Gymnasium on Saturday.
Bemidji outscored Cloquet 28-20 after going into the locker room with a 26-24 deficit. Of Hildenbrand’s 23 points, 15 came in the second half to lead the home Lumberjacks to the six-point win.
BHS will close out the regular season at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 21, when it takes on the Spuds in Moorhead.
Lindsey Hildenbrand stood at midcourt. The score stood at 72-72 with 2.1 seconds to play. And the fate of the night hung in the air.
Hildenbrand hit a career high 26 points, lifting the Bemidji High School girls basketball team to a 75-72 buzzer-beating win over Hermantown at the BHS Gymnasium on Tuesday.
Hildenbrand’s winner will send the Jacks into their next game with a little momentum, as Bemidji will be back at at the BHS Gymnasium for a 3 p.m meeting with Cloquet on Saturday, Feb. 16, in its regular season home finale.
“It’s a big win before sections,” Hildenbrand said of Tuesday. “Our goal was 16 wins, so we’ve just got to win the next two, and we’ll get to 16.”
The Bemidji High School girls basketball team had one flash of red-hot offense on Saturday. The defense did the rest.
The Lumberjacks held Crookston to 47 points on the day -- while shutting them out over the final 4 minutes, 46 seconds -- to lock up a 63-47 win at the BHS Gymnasium.
Bemidji will remain at home for a 6:30 p.m. matchup against Hermantown on Tuesday, Feb. 12, at the BHS Gymnasium.
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