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Four BEA girls named All-SCC players

October 20, 2013 Four Blue Earth Area girls tennis players were South Central Conference All-conference players this season. Karleigh Wolff, Natali Fellows, Karli Olsen and Paige Darrington all made the list. more »»

Bucs down St. James Saints

October 20, 2013 A decisive victory was exactly what the doctor ordered for a struggling Buccaneers squad. The maroon and gold went into St. James football field and registered a 42-14 victory on Oct. 16. more »»

Homecoming Slog Fest

October 13, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneers were thunderstruck when the St. Peter Saints left Wilson Field with a 21-20 overtime victory on Oct. 4. The Saints outlasted a lightning delay and the Class 3A, No. more »»

USC, BEA tennis face off

October 13, 2013 At the beginning of the girls tennis season, Blue Earth Area head coach Terry Barnes felt the year would come down to one thing. “We have to figure out a way to beat USC,” he commented. more »»

Boys place 2nd in SCC?championship

October 13, 2013 The Blue Earth Area boys and girls cross country teams competed at Riverside Town and Country Club in the South Central Conference Championship Meet on Oct. . more »»

Cards swoop in for a 3-0 win

October 13, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneer volleyball team traveled to Fairmont on Tuesday night to take on their rivals. more »»

Are you ready for some Football?

October 8, 2013 Every Saturday morning dozens and dozens of Blue Earth families pile into the family car and head to Mankato. more »»

BEA dealt first loss since 2011

October 6, 2013 The tables were turned on the Blue Earth Area football team in their second South Central Conference matchup this time against Waseca. The result was a 30-18 defeat to the Bluejays on Sept. more »»

Bucs advance to semifinals

October 6, 2013 The Blue Earth Area girls tennis team cruised through the quarterfinals of the Section 2A Team Tournament on Wednesday night. The No. 2 seed Buccaneers downed the No. more »»

Early miscues lead to 3-0 loss

October 6, 2013 The Blue Earth Area volleyball team faced the New Ulm Eagles Thursday night. But the Eagles took the Buccaneers in just three games. more »»

Boys and girls compete at I-90 Invite

October 6, 2013 The boys and girls Blue Earth Area cross country teams traveled to Cedar Creek Park in Fairmont to compete in the I-90 Invite last Thursday. more »»

Bucs roll early in decisive win

September 29, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneers scored early and often in their victory over the New Ulm Eagles. The Bucs scored touchdowns on six of their first seven drive. more »»

Bucs fall to the Saints, 3-0

September 29, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Volleyball team played two South Central Conference games this week. They most recently faced the St. James Saints last Thursday, on the Bucs home court. more »»

Tennis team finished last week 2-1

September 29, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneer tennis team had a successful trip to Sleepy Eye on Thursday night. The BEA girls defeated the River Valley Wildcats by a score of 6-1. more »»

BEA Cross Country places at Milaca, Grizzly Invites

September 29, 2013 The BEA boys and girls cross country team competed in the ‘Grizzly Pie Invite’ last Thursday at Prairie Ridge Golf Course in Janesville. more »»

Bucs fall to ‘Jays

September 23, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneers volleyball team tried hard to stage a come-from-behind rally in Waseca last Thursday night, but fell short, losing 3-1. more »»

Bucs blank Eagles, 34-0

September 23, 2013 The Blue Earth Area football team has owned the Windom Eagles over the past years. That didn’t change when the Bucs shut out the Eagles 34-0 last Friday night in Windom. more »»

Buc netters fall to Cards, beat Tigers

September 23, 2013 The Blue Earth Area Buccaneer girls tennis team came up with just one win in singles competition and one in doubles when they faced the Fairmont Cardinals on Thursday. more »»

BEA cross country competes in Jackson

September 23, 2013 The BEA boys and girls cross country teams participated in the Jackson Invite last Thursday at Loon Lake golf course. “We had some strong competition today,” coach Tom Plocker says. more »»

Bucs cage White Hawks, 38-18, improve to 2-0

September 15, 2013 The Blue Earth Area boys football team is now without a significant part of their offense, losing starting quarterback Kysten Zierke for the season with a torn ACL. more »»

 
 

 

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