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Recent Girls Soccer News

Girls Soccer Beat by Sartell-St.Stephen 2-0

09/30/2020, 8:45am CDT
By BHS Activities

The Bemidji High School girls soccer team surrendered a pair of goals in a 2-0 road loss to Sartell-St. Stephen on Thursday.

Chloe Turner scored the eventual game-winner in the 33rd minute to send the Sabres to halftime with a 1-0 lead. Reese Kloetzer converted a penalty kick in the 68th minute to seal the win.

BHS fell to 4-3-2, while Sartell improved to 7-2.

The Jacks will return home for their final two regular season games, with the first coming against Rocori at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1, at Chet Anderson Stadium.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:
https://www.bemidjipioneer.com/sports/soccer/6684192-GIRLS-SOCCER-Jacks-blanked-by-Sabres

Girls Soccer Players, Unique Flip-Throw Boosts Team

09/30/2020, 8:45am CDT
By BHS Activities

A long run, a full revolution and a perfect release. The flip throw is no easy feat, but Lauren Berg and Sophie Morin have turned it into an art.

“Whether teams are expecting it or not, I don’t think teams are prepared for it,” Morin said. “Even if they can tell I’m going to go for a flip throw, nobody really knows how to defend it.”

The situation also has to be correct. Ideally, a flip throw is most dangerous on the attacking end, where the ball can be sent into the 18-yard box. It can also be beneficial as a means to alleviate pressure when backed up, since a flip throw can send the ball farther than a normal throw-in. When used well, it’s a powerful weapon to have at your disposal.

The Bemidji High School girls soccer midfielders bring a rare element to the pitch. It’s not often you see flip throws at the high school level, but the Lumberjacks have a pair of players who can pull it off.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:
https://www.bemidjipioneer.com/sports/soccer/6683714-Flipping-out-Berg-Morin-give-BHS-a-boost-through-the-art-of-the-flip-throw

Girls Soccer Beats Fergus 3-1, Wright with Hat Trick

09/25/2020, 9:00am CDT
By BHS Activities

Emma Wright netted her first varsity hat trick for the Bemidji girls soccer team in a bizarre 3-1 victory over Fergus Falls on Thursday night at Chet Anderson Stadium.

The Lumberjacks outshot the Otters 38-3, including 22-3 in shots on goal, but goalkeeper Svea Smestad was able to limit the damage by piling up 19 saves for the visitors, whose lone goal came while down a player.

Bemidji improved to 4-2-2 with the win, while Fergus Falls dropped to 3-4-1.

BHS will travel to Sartell-St. Stephen for its next match at 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 29.

Bemidji Pioneer Article:
https://www.bemidjipioneer.com/sports/soccer/6677990-GIRLS-SOCCER-Wright-nets-hat-trick-Jacks-endure-bizarre-3-1-win

BHS Girls Soccer Schedule 2020-21

BHS Girls Soccer Schedule

Sept. 1 ST. CLOUD APOLLO 7pm
(W 2-1)

Sept. 3 @ St. Cloud Tech 7pm
(W 2-0)

Sept. 10 WILLMAR 7pm
(T 3-3)

Sept. 12 @ Sauk Rapids-Rice 1pm
(W 5-0)

Sept. 14 @ Moorhead 5pm
(L 0-5)

Sept. 17 ALEXANDRIA 7p.m.
(T 0-0)

Sept. 22 @ Brainerd 7pm
(L 2-4)

Sept. 24 FERGUS FALLS 7pm

Sept. 29 @ Sartell-St. Stephen 5pm

Oct. 1 ROCORI 7pm

Oct. 8 EAST GRAND FORKS  7pm

Oct 13-22    Section 8A Playoffs (@ High Seed)

**HOME GAMES IN BOLD.
All Home games at Chet Anderson Stadium, BSU

Girls Soccer Information

Soccer- Girls:
   1. Tryouts August 17-21 from 3:30-6pm
   2. Email logan.d.larsen@gmail.com for more information.

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