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Bieberdorf & Prestegaard Named Lumberjack Athletes of the Year

05/07/2019, 9:30am CDT
By Bemidji High School Activities

Ryan Bieberdorf was named the BHS Male Athlete of the Year, and Kinley Prestegard was named Female Athlete of the Year.

Bieberdorf is a three-sport athlete for the Lumberjacks, reaching the state tournament as a wide receiver/defensive back on the football team and a guard on the boys basketball team. He is also in the middle of his track and field season.

Prestegard is also a three-sport athlete. She was a forward on the state tournament-bound girls soccer team in the fall and a headliner on the state-bound Nordiic skiing team in the winter. This spring, she is also a member of the track and field team.

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Nordic Skiers Compete at MSHSL State Meet in Giant's Ridge

02/15/2019, 10:45am CST
By BHS Sports & Activities

The Lumberjack girls, who qualified for state as a team for the third consecutive season, finished with 193 points to take 15th in the 16-team field at Giants Ridge Recreation Area in Biwabik.
Senior Kinley Prestegard paced the Jacks with a 64th-place finish in a time of 40:10.8. She was followed by junior Gwen Youso in 90th (41:01.8), sophomore Demi Fisher in 119th (42:39) and freshman Mary Beth Mathews in 134th (43:48.7) to round out the team’s scorers.

Other Bemidji finishers included sophomore Lily Krona in 143rd (44:46.4), senior Sarah Pollock in 148th (45:19.4) and senior Alyse Stone in 153rd (46:19.7).

Sophomore Nick Youso led Bemidji by posting a time of 32:46.6 to place 47th overall, meeting his goal of a top-50 finish. Sophomore Logan Jensen followed in 78th (34:10.5) and senior Zac Fouquerel-Skoe in 92nd (34:28.7) for the Lumberjacks.

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Nordic Skiers Get Ready for MSHSL State Meet

02/14/2019, 9:00am CST
By BHS Sports & Activities

In recent years, the Bemidji High School girls Nordic skiing team has made a habit of making it to the state meet. This time around, they’re bringing company.

The Lumberjack girls are taking off for their third consecutive state meet in Biwabik today, where they’ll compete for a state title in a field of 16 teams. Three boys skiers are joining them as individuals for their first taste of state.

The meet begins at 10 a.m. today at Giants Ridge Recreation Area with 120 skiers in each of the boys and girls fields. Walters said the Lumberjacks will be ready for it.

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