St. Cloud Lumberjacks
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St. Cloud Lumberjacks

“i believe we faced a very explosive offense, ” stated BHS head coach Troy Hendricks. “There are a handful of things we did well on protection therefore we were able to just take some things away. Nonetheless They had most weapons and inevitably they certainly were capable score points on us.”

Exactly what began quietly with a scoreless first one-fourth quickly escalated as groups erupted for 38 points in the second.

Running back Ethan Bush punched in a one-yard touchdown to give Bemidji (1-2) a 7-0 lead with 9:39 going inside 2nd one-fourth.

But the lead ended up being momentary.

Tech (3-0) rattled down 21 things on three touchdowns in only three full minutes, 21 seconds following the Bush touchdown to go forward 21-7 with 6:18 remaining in the first 1 / 2.

The Tigers, ranked No. 16 in Class 5A, needed just four performs to rating on Darian Washington’s 35-yard touchdown reception that tied the video game.

Regarding the first play of Bemidji’s ensuing drive, James Kaczor selected down Muller’s pass and returned it 25 yards on BHS one garden line. Quarterback Chris Backes charged in from the home and gave Tech a 14-7 lead simply 25 moments following the tying touchdown.

The Jacks committed three turnovers, their particular first of the season, which carried on to haunt all of them. For second right drive, a turnover gave the Tigers the ball deep in Bemidji territory after Jordan Anderson’s fumble within 30.

“We lost the return fight, ” Hendricks stated, ” and I believe once you lose the turnover battle against a beneficial football staff, it’s going to be difficult to win.”

Backes duplicated his energy from the earlier drive, scoring on a three-yard keeper as Tech took a 21-7 lead with 6:18 going within the one half.

Bush after that carried it the middle six yards for his second touchdown for the night making it a one-possession online game with 56 seconds before halftime.

But Tech quickly drove into area objective range and converted a 24-yard attempt as time-expired to pull ahead 24-14 within one half.

The Tigers’ no-huddle offense squandered no time at all given that last half began.

Kaczor ran diagonally from straight to left across the industry for a 33-yard touchdown that made it 31-14 only 1:23 into the second half.

Later within the quarter, Alex Vollen smashed through and blocked a punt that was recovered into the endzone because of the Tigers for a safety that narrowed the Tech induce 31-16.