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5th February 2016
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It's a six game Choice Therapy weekend on the Beaver Radio Network.  Mens hockey is off for the weekend, but the women's hockey team is in St Cloud to take on the Huskies.  Both of those games can be heard on Real Country 98.3 this weekend.  The women's and men's basketball teams are at Southwest Minnesota State tonight and at Sioux Falls tomorrow.  Those games can be heard on Talk Radio 1360.  Also this weekend, the BSU tennis team starts their season at home tomorrow against Crookston, and then against Duluth in Virginia on Sunday.  The BSU track team heads to the Lake Superior Challenge tomorrow as well.

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The Bemidji Lumberjacks Schedule / Results:


Thursday, Feb 4, 2016

5:45pm     Basketball:Girls Varsity Game vs. Duluth East W 55-49
6:00pm     Swimming and Diving:Boys V/JV Meet @ Park Rapids Area High School 93-93 Tie
7:00pm     Hockey:Girls Varsity Sectional Tournament @ Moorhead Arena L 3-0
7:30pm     Basketball:Boys Varsity Game vs. Duluth East W 48-45

Friday, Feb 5, 2016
7:30pm     Hockey:Boys Varsity Game vs. Warroad @ Bemidji Community Arena
7:30pm     Wrestling:Boys V/JV Match @ Moorhead High School

Saturday, Feb 6, 2016
9:00am     Swimming and Diving:Boys V/JV Hibbing Invitational @ Hibbing High School
3:00pm     Hockey:Boys Varsity Game vs. Sartell @ Bemidji Community Arena
4:00pm     Basketball:Girls Varsity Game vs. Alexandria High School
7:30pm     Basketball:Boys Varsity Game vs. Alexandria High School @ Bemidji High School

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Derick Brassard set up the tying goal and scored the game-winner early in the third period as the New York Rangers rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat the struggling Minnesota Wild 4-2 on Thursday night.  Ryan Carter and Matt Dumba scored for the Wild, who lost their second straight after the All-Star break and fell to 1-8-1 in their last 10. All-Star goalie Devan Dubnyk made 26 saves as the teams split their two-game season series. 

Andrew Wiggins dropped in 31 points as the Timberwolves held off the Clippers, 108-102, in Los Angeles Wednesday.  The Wolves open up a three-game homestand on Saturday against the Bulls. 

Tre Demps scored 23 points with eight assists and Bryant McIntosh added 20 points and six rebounds as Northwestern reeled off an 82-58 win over Minnesota on Thursday night.  Aaron Falzon also scored 10 points for the Wildcats, (16-8, 4-7 Big Ten), who completed a season sweep of the Golden Gophers.  Minnesota, which lost their 12th straight game, shot 33% from the floor in the loss.  Minnesota will host Michigan next Wednesday.


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Fernando Torres and Luis Enrique hit the century mark in La Liga
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