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Recent Gymnastics News

Saturday was a record-breaking day for the Bemidji High School gymnastics team.

The Lumberjacks broke the program record for team score, posting a 144.1 to finish in second place at the Moorhead Invitational. The previous record (142.8) was set almost exactly one year earlier at the same meet.

Sophomores Lauren Berg and Tatum Offerdahl combined to break three event records for the Lumberjacks in the all-around, beam, and bars. 

The Lumberjacks will next compete in a home meet against Long Prairie-Grey Eagle at 6 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 17, at the Gym Bin.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:

Gymnasts Lose First Dual of Year to Perham

01/09/2020, 12:15pm CST
By BHS Activities

The Bemidji High School gymnastics team suffered its first dual loss of the season on Tuesday, falling 143.2-139.45 at Perham.

BHS rounded out top-five finishes behind Lucas on vault (8.85, third), Berg on floor (9.2, third), Offerdahl on beam (8.9, fourth) Lauren Lundquist on vault (8.85, fourth) and Makenna Brown on bars (8.6, fifth).

The Bemidji junior varsity team came out victorious by a 126.15-115.45 decision. Kennedy Olson won all-around honors with a 31.4 score.

The Jacks will jump back into action at 11 a.m. Saturday for the Moorhead Invitational.

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Tatum Offerdahl

Sophomore, gymnastics

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

Senior, boys hockey


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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