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Wrestlers keep their season going

Twelve area wrestlers advanced to the super sectional wrestling tournament which was held in Windom on March 20. Results from that tournament will be in next week’s edition of the Faribault County Register. Eight members of the Blue Earth Area Buccaneers and four United South Central Rebel ...

BEA boys open playoffs with win

The No. 2-seeded Blue Earth Area Buccaneers received quite a scare when they played host to the No. 7-seeded Medford Tigers in a Section 2AA South Sub-Section boys basketball game on Thursday, March 18. BEA trailed by as many as seven points early in the second half before guard Austin ...

BEA ousted from team tournament

The Kenyon-Wanamingo Knights won the first five matches against Blue Earth Area in the Section 2A team finals on their way to a 45-24 victory over the Bucs. The contest took place at St. James. BEA, the defending 2A champions, tried to rally but could not string together enough wins to ...

Bucs fall to Luverne in gymnastics meet

Blue Earth Area traveled to Luverne on March 11, to take on the Cardinals in a Big South Conference crossover gymnastics meet. It was the final contest of the season before Section competition, which was held on Friday, March 19. Luverne edged BEA by a score of 129.025-127.9. “Even ...

Waseca eliminates BEA from playoffs

The Blue Earth Area girls basketball team led through much of the first half in their Class 2AA South Sub-Section quarterfinal game on March 17, against the host Waseca Bluejays, before settling for a 17-17 tie at the intermission. Both teams took turns holding the lead in the second half ...

USC cagers lose two to end regular season

The Hayfield Vikings powered their way over the United South Central Rebels girls basketball team on Friday night, March 12. The Vikings took a huge lead into the locker room at half time, having scored 48 points in the first stanza, with the Rebels only managing 13 points. In the second half ...

BEA downs Medford in a thriller

Wrestling fans were treated to an exciting contest when the No. 3-seeded Medford Tigers came to Blue Earth on Wednesday, March 10, to take on the No. 2-seeded Blue Earth Area Buccaneers in Section 2A semifinal action. The teams were tied 27-27 with only the 285-pound match remaining. Taking ...

Bucs knock off Cardinals 72-37

Blue Earth Area scored the opening basket and never looked back on their way to crushing their I-90 rival, the Fairmont Cardinals, 72-37 in boys basketball on Monday, March 8. The game was played at Fairmont. Cam Anderson scored the first points for the Bucs who cruised to a 10-1 lead in ...

St. James outlasts BEA, wins 51-43

When Blue Earth Area and St. James met on the basketball court less than two weeks ago, the Saints pulled away early and won by 22 points. The two teams met again on Thursday, March 11, in Blue Earth. This time the Saints had to stage a second-half rally to go home with a 51-43 victory. St. ...

BEA gymnasts down St. James Area

The Blue Earth Area gymnastics team scored its highest point total of the season in a 130-104.75 win over the St. James Saints. The meet was held in St. James on March 4, and featured all four of the Bucs who compete in the all around attaining scores of 30 or higher. “It was an ...