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BEA wins county clash over USC

Téa Armstrong’s basket with 9:31 on the clock in the first half ignited a 9-0 scoring run which gave the Blue Earth Area Buccaneers a 17-7 lead against their cross-county rival United South Central Rebels. The Bucs would expand their lead to 18 points by the end of the first half and go on ...

Wrestlers go 6-0 for the week

Blue Earth Area played host to the Redwood Valley Cardinals and the Saint James Saints in a triangular meet on Thursday, March 4. The Bucs picked up wins against both teams in their last regular season duals of year. BEA is scheduled to open the Section 2AA playoffs on Monday, March 8, in ...

Gymnasts fall to Martin County Area

Blue Earth Area was on the road to face one of the best gymnastics teams in the area when they took on the Martin County Area Magic on Thursday, Feb. 25. Although the Magic won 136.375-128.15, the Buccaneers finished the contest with one of their top team scores for the year. “It was a good ...

Bucs lose close game to the Eagles

The Blue Earth Area girls basketball team fell behind by 12 points in the early going of their game on Monday night, March. 1, against the host New Ulm Eagles. The Bucs fought back and closed the gap to three points in the final minutes of the game but were unable to overtake their Big South ...

Rebel wrestlers go 1-2 for the week

The United South Central Rebel wrestling team ran into a tough Medford Tiger team on Monday, March 1, and lost by a score of 60-21. The Rebels briefly held the lead a couple of times early in the match before losing the final seven contests. After losing by forfeit at 106 pounds and by a ...

High-flying Bucs win three at home

Blue Earth Area sank 15 3-pointers on their way to a 71-45 victory over the visiting Martin County West Mavericks in boys basketball action on Tuesday, March 2. “Former BEA coach Gary Holmseth told me he believes that is the record for the number of 3-pointers made by a Buccaneers boys team ...

Bucs defeat Arrows and Eagles

Blue Earth Triangular St. Peter 36, BEA 32 When these two teams met earlier in the season on Jan. 29, the Bucs won all but two of the 14 matches on their way to a 60-7 victory. In their rematch on Feb. 23, the Saints turned the tables on the host team and went home with a 36-32 ...

Gymnasts win one and lose one

The Blue Earth Area gymnastics team traveled to Waseca on Tuesday, Feb. 23, and came home with a victory, winning the meet by a slim 126.35-126.1 margin. “It was not our best team score,” BEA mentor Rachel Cole said. “It was a close one but it was still a win. It felt good to beat them ...

Bucs take the bite out of Bulldogs

It was senior night for the Blue Earth Area girls basketball team when they faced the Janesville-Waldorf-Pemberton Bulldogs in girls basketball on Thursday, Feb. 25, and they celebrated by defeating the Bulldogs 61-24. Seven minutes into the game the two teams were locked in a tight battle ...

BEA falls to St. Peter in overtime

Braden Gudahl’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer capped off a Blue Earth Area Buccaneer rally that erased a 12-point St. Peter Saints lead and forced the Big South Conference basketball game into overtime. However, the Saints prevailed in the extra period to triumph over the Bucs 75-73 in a game ...