The Bemidji State University men's and women's hockey programs will hold a pre-priced surplus sale in the south concourse of the Sanford Center from 4-7 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2. New and used equipment will be for sale at a price to move.
Hockey equipment to include: CCM, Warrior and Bauer one-piece hockey sticks, blades, shafts, new and used protective gear (hockey pants, gloves, helmets, cages, shoulder pads, shin pads, elbow pads), goalie equipment (leg pads, goal pants, sticks, chest protectors, catchers, blockers), new and used hockey skates, workout gear, women game jerseys, misc. apparel, hockey bags and workout shoes.
No early sales. Items sold as is, where is and with all faults. All sales final. No warranties or returns. Purchases must be immediately removed from the premises.
State garage sales are pre-priced and price negotiations are not allowed. CASH ONLY, no exceptions.
Employees of the State and its political subdivisions are not allowed to purchase surplus State property through the garage sale process.
The Bemidji Lumberjack Football team beat Sauk Rapids Rice Friday night 46-26. Logan Hatfield ran for four touchdowns. The Jacks travel to St. Cloud Tech Friday.
The Kelliher Northome Mustangs beat Nevis Friday night in overtime 30-28 in a game you heard on Real Country 98.3. Elsewhere, Bagley lost at Pillager 16-6, Blackduck beat Red Lake 53-20, Cass Lake Bena lost at Warren-Alvarado-Oslo 49-6, Clearbrook Gonvick lost at Norman County East 52-44 in four overtimes, Deer River beat Barnum 49-8, Fosston beat Lake Park Audubon 28-22, Grand Rapids beat Greenway 33-8, Northland Remer lost to Floodwood 50-28, Park Rapids lost to Thief River Falls 32-6, and Walker Hackensack Akeley beat Red Lake County 24-6. Laporte, playing varsity football for the first time in seven years, had to forfeit the season due to a lack of numbers.
The Bemidji Lumberjack boys soccer team split over the weekend, beating Little Falls 5-0 Friday, and losing to West Ottertail United Saturday. The girls soccer team also split, beating Little Falls Friday and losing to St. Francis on Saturday.
The Lumberjack volleyball team lost to Rochester Mayo over the weekend opening their season with a 3-0 loss.
Ervin Santana tossed a gem for the Twins in a 7-5 win over the Astros at Target Field. Santana pitched seven scoreless innings and struck out 10 in the win. Miguel Sano and Eduardo Nunez each drilled two-run homers for the Twins as they took the rubber match of the three-game series. The Astros tried to rally with five runs in the ninth inning. Chris Carter had a three-run homer and Jose Altuve added a two-run shot for Houston. Lance McCullers took the loss.
The starting quarterbacks were solid for both teams in the third preseason game for the Cowboys and the fourth for Minnesota. The Vikings reserves owned the second half in a 28-14 win. Cowboy quarterback Tony Romo connected on five-of-eight passes for 88 yards and two touchdowns. Vikings starter Teddy Bridgewater was even more accurate: seven-for-seven for 76 yards. Dallas had a 14-13 lead at half, but the Vikings got touchdown runs from Dominique Williams and Joe Banyard to claim the victory. Cordarrelle Patterson returned a kickoff 107 yards for a second-quarter score.
University of Minnesota coach Jerry Kill says his Gophers are going to need a home field advantage when T-C-U comes to town for the first game of the season. At his Saturday news conference, Kill told reporters people all over the state of Minnesota are getting excited about the game. He's hoping the stadium is really loud. He says starting the season with a team like the number-two-ranked Horned Frogs is a good thing. Kill says it will tell the coaches and players where they are and what they have to work on.
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