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A Big South victory

September 14, 2014 Blue Earth Area recorded their first football victory in the newly formed Big South Conference with a 26-8 victory over the Redwood Valley Cardinals. The game was played in Redwood Falls on Sept. 5. more »»

 
 
 
Bucs lose first home game, 3-0

September 14, 2014 The Blue Earth Area volleyball team traveled to St. Peter last Thursday night for their third Big South conference game of the seaso. more »»

Buccaneers defeat the Saints 6-1

September 14, 2014 After losing their first match of the year five days earlier, the Blue Earth Area Buccaneers girls tennis team flexed their muscles and trounced the St. more »»

BEA boys, girls cross country place 2nd, 3rd

September 14, 2014 The Blue Earth Area varsity boys and girls cross country teams ran an impressive race at the Maple River Invite Thursday held at Daly Park. more »»

Bucs fall to Tigers, 28-7

September 7, 2014 Two touchdowns late in the second quarter helped propel the visiting Marshall Tigers to a 28-7 victory over Blue Earth Area on August 29. more »»

BEA girls tennis defeats USC, 4-3

September 7, 2014 The Blue Earth Area girls tennis team accelerates through the season with yet another win Thursday against USC, moving their overall record up to 8-0. more »»

Bucs volleyball loses to Waseca, 3-0

September 7, 2014 Three players down with injuries may have contributed to the 3-0 loss against Waseca last Thursday. more »»

Bucs boys, girls cross country place 14, 16

September 7, 2014 Blue Earth Area boys and girls cross country rounded out in 14th and 16th place, respectively, out of 28 teams at the Gerry Smith/Titan Invite in Montgomery Thursday. more »»

Bucs continue winning streak

August 31, 2014 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneers girls tennis team kept their season record perfect at 7-0 by shutting out Albert Lea by a score of 7-0. The Bucs, now ranked No. more »»

Cross country off to a solid start

August 31, 2014 The Blue Earth Area boys and girls cross country placed third and fourth, respectively, at the Early Bird Invite in Fairmont last Friday, Aug. 22. more »»

BEA falls 3-0 to LCWM in first match of season

August 31, 2014 It was a challenging way to start the season, but the Blue Earth Area volleyball team already knew that would be the case. more »»

Two conferences pair up for a whole new competition

August 24, 2014 While Blue Earth Area football fans will see many familiar faces on the Bucs’ sideline this year, they will see many unfamiliar teams on the opponents’ sidelines. more »»

Young, driven is recipe for success

August 24, 2014 After finishing at the bottom of the South Central Conference last year, the Blue Earth Area volleyball team has a chance to work their way back up the ranks. more »»

BEA warms up for a new season

August 24, 2014 Each day of the 2014 Blue Earth Area Cross Country season, one runner will be matched with a Beatles hit son. more »»

Team returns experience

August 22, 2014 For the past several years Blue Earth Area girls tennis coach Terry Barnes has always commented that his team is young. This year he has changed his tune. “We are no longer young,” he says. more »»

Pirates earn No. 1 seed for State

August 15, 2014 The Blue Earth Pirates needed to come from behind and hold off a late rally to defeat Hampton last Sunday, 5-3, to earn the No. 1 seed in the State Tournament. more »»

Pirates advance to State

August 10, 2014 The Blue Earth Pirates will be heading to their 11th consecutive State Tournament. Two victories over Morristown and Minnesota Lake in the Regional Tournament sealed the deal last weekend. more »»

Hunting group trying to make a difference

August 10, 2014 A?group of local hunters have joined together in an attempt to make a difference. The difference they are trying to make starts with deer management and extends into so much more. more »»

Pirates storm into Regions

August 3, 2014 The Blue Earth Pirates haven’t played a full nine inning game in over a month and that trend continued last Sunday in Winnebago. more »»

WBE falls short of State Tourney

August 3, 2014 The Winnebago-Blue Earth (WBE) Legion baseball team had two opportunities to defeat St. more »»

Pirates advance

July 27, 2014 The Blue Earth Pirates used a late grand slam by player/manager Lee Hodges to pull away from the Wells Wildcats 16-6 last Sunday in Blue Earth. more »»

 
 

 

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Beware of the squash

July 18, 2014 Do you remember the movie “Little Shop of Horrors?" In it a hapless florist shop worker named Seymour is raising a plant from outer space that keeps growing and growing, bigger and bigger. more »

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