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For the second straight season, the Bemidji High School boys hockey (8-11) team brought Moorhead (11-7-1) to the brink of elimination in the Section 8AA quarterfinals Wednesday night.
The Lumberjacks’ Wyatt Mattfield sent the game to overtime with 6:45 to play in regulation, but the Spuds struck with six seconds to play in the extra period to secure a 3-2 win.
BHS goaltender Tanner Rebischke racked up 47 saves in a standout night in net. The senior almost duplicated his 52-save performance from last season’s section quarterfinal matchup when the Jacks similarly went on the road and nearly knocked off top-seeded Moorhead.
Thirteen seniors completed their BHS hockey careers Wednesday: Declusin, Marcotte, Rebischke, Savard, Nathan Alto, Michael Dickinson, Tate Hammitt, Lincoln Huerd, Ethan Maish, Nathan Mannausau, Cole Matetich, Josh Nyberg and Rhett Seeger.
The Bemidji High School boys hockey team will be the hottest team in the field entering into the Section 8AA Tournament.
The Lumberjacks won four games in a row to close the regular season, affording them the No. 7 seed in the bracket.
BHS will meet No. 2-seeded Moorhead at 7 p.m. Wednesday, March 17, on the road for the opening round. Bemidji (8-10) lost 3-2 to the Spuds (10-7-1) on Feb. 16 in Moorhead.
The winner will advance to play either No. 3 St. Michael-Albertville or No. 6 Brainerd in the semifinals on Saturday, March 20, at the high seed. The Section 8AA title game is set for Thursday, March 25, at the highest remaining seed.
Roseau earned the top seed and will host No. 8 Buffalo in the first round, while No. 4 Rogers and No. 5 St. Cloud are set to square off in the last quarterfinal matchup.
Wylee Gladen buried the winning goal only 28 seconds into overtime Saturday afternoon to lift the Bemidji High School boys hockey team to a 5-4 victory over Fergus Falls.
The win marked the fourth in a row for the Lumberjacks, who ended the regular season with an 8-10 record.
BHS went back and forth exchanging goals with the Otters (13-3), the No. 8 team in the latest Class A Let’s Play Hockey rankings.
Tanner Rebischke totaled 22 saves in net for the Jacks, while Ben Swanson made 23 stops for Fergus.
BHS will open the Section 8AA playoffs with a quarterfinal game on Wednesday, March 17. Tournament seedings and matchups have not yet been announced.