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20
Sep
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First-half deficit too much to overcome as Braves fall to Osakis, 27-6

Aaron Zosel (34) barrels over a couple of Osakis defenders on the way to a big gain Friday night.  Providing blocks for the Braves are Kaden Schmidt (74), Shane Flower (51), Riley Grube (56), and Matt Tolifson (2).

Osakis scored four first-half touchdowns on the way to a 27-6 victory over Benson, Friday night in Osakis.  The Silverstreaks improved to 2-1 overall and 1-1 in the Mid State sub-district white, while the Braves fell to 0-3 overall and 0-2 in league play.
 

After Osakis scored on its first drive, going 61 yards in nine plays, the Braves also scored on their first drive of the night to tie up the game at 6-6 with 2:36 left in the first quarter, but that would be it for the Benson offense, which was held to 208 total yards on 46 offensive plays.
 

Wed
13
Sep
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BHS Pep Band lends its support to Braves

From left to right, Katelyn Tolifson, Brooke Ellingson, and Logan Johnson perform on the alto saxophone with other members of the BHS pep band.

Pictured, from left to right, Katelyn Tolifson, Brooke Ellingson, and Logan Johnson perform on the alto saxophone with other members of the BHS pep band.

 

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Wed
13
Sep
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Saints win over Benson in opening game

Caleb Collins dives for some yardage during the Saints’ opening game win over Benson.  Collins had two TD’s during KMS’ win over Browerville-EV, Friday. Chase Young (30) and Jacob Wolter (78) are shown for Benson.

Caleb Collins dives for some yardage during the Saints’ opening game win over Benson.  Collins had two TD’s during KMS’ win over Browerville-EV, Friday. Chase Young (30) and Jacob Wolter (78) are shown for Benson.

Wed
13
Sep
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Tennis team improves to 5-3 with two more wins

Anna Samuelson returns a shot during a fourth-singles’ win over Morris Area last week.

Tennis team improves to 5-3 with two more wins

 

The Benson-KMS girls tennis team improved to 5-3 overall with a pair of wins last week.  The Fighting Braves shut out Morris Area to open up the week last Tuesday night in Benson and then won at Long Prairie-GE, Thursday, by a 5-2 score.
Benson-KMS, playing with eight new starters in the lineup, is also 2-1 in the conference.
The team has a big week on tap this week with a home match against Montevideo, Tuesday (yesterday) and a match at Lac qui Parle-DB, Thursday (tomorrow).
Minnewaska Area currently leads the conference with a 4-0 record, while LQP-DB is 3-1, and Benson-KMS and Montevideo are both 2-1.
Leading the way for the Fighting Braves this season are Susan Knutson, Stacy Johnson, and Gracie Lenz, all with 6-2 records, and Emma Heinzig at 5-2.

Wed
13
Sep
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Braves fall to Morris and Melrose

Members of the Braves, Claire Ricard (left), Courtney McNeill, Anna Gosson (10), Mariah Ahrndt, Abbie Mitteness, and Leah Molden (right) celebrate a point against Melrose.

Braves fall to Morris and Melrose

 

The Benson volleyball team ran into two of the best teams in the West Central Conference and the result was a pair of shutout losses.
The Braves, who fell to 1-3 overall and 1-2 in the WCC, lost to Morris Area-CA last Tuesday night at Morris, 25-7, 25-8, 25-13, and also lost at home to Melrose Area, Thursday, 25-7, 25-12, 27-25.
Benson has three road dates scheduled this week, beginning with a match at Sauk Centre, Tuesday (yesterday) and continuing with a match at BOLD, Thursday (tomorrow), and the Minnewaska Area Tourney, Saturday.

Wed
13
Sep
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Braves fall to Mainstreeters, 34-14

Will Enderson rolls out left after faking a handoff to Matt Tolifson (2) as Kaden Schmidt (74), Aaron Zosel (34) and other Braves provide blocks.

Sauk Centre scored 22 first-quarter points and the Braves lost their starting runningback to season-ending injury during a 34-14 home loss to the Mainstreeters, Friday night on Brock Field during the annual Father-Son Night for Benson.

Sauk Centre scored on its first three possessions of the game, the final one coming with 26 seconds left in the first quarter, to build up an early 22-0 lead.  The Braves got their first touchdown in the second quarter, but Sauk Centre scored twice more to go up 34-6 before both teams unloaded the bench.

“Sauk Centre’s size and running attack made us commit nine defensive players to the box (five linemen and four linebackers) early in the game,” Benson coach Scott Gonnerman said.  “By having success running the ball, it allowed them to have success with their play-action passing game to their tightends.

“We knew going into the game we needed to stop their running game.  Unfortunately, we were not able to do that.....”

 

Wed
06
Sep
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Cross-country teams compete at Morris and LQP-DB

Will Magaard runs for the Benson-KMS boys cross-country team during the meet at Morris Area last Monday.  The teams are set to compete at Long Prairie-GE and NLS this week.

Cross-country teams compete at Morris and LQP-DB

 

The Benson-KMS cross-country teams opened up the season at the Morris Area Invitational last Monday afternoon and the Lac qui Parle Invitational, Thursday.

Jon Tostenson and Allie Mitteness led their respective teams in both meets as the Benson-KMS boys had a high finish of second place at the LQP-DB Invitational, just behind the champion Eagle team.

This week, Benson-KMS does not have any meets as it gets ready for two more meets next week, Monday, Sept. 11 at Long Prairie-GE, and Thursday, Sept. 14 at the NLS Invitational.

at Morris Invitational
The Benson-KMS cross-country teams, under the guidance of first-year coach Samantha VanHeuveln, opened up the season at the Morris Invitational last.......

Wed
06
Sep
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KMS Celebrates a Win

Members of the KMS volleyball team celebrate after earning the final point of its four-game win over Benson last week.

Members of the KMS volleyball team celebrate after earning the final point of its four-game win over Benson last week.
 

Wed
06
Sep
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Minnewaska edges girls tennis team, 5-2

Amy Zniewski puts away a shot at the net during a third doubles match against Minnewaska last week in Benson.

Minnewaska edges girls tennis team, 5-2

 

The Benson-KMS girls tennis team split a pair of matches to open up the conference schedule last week.

Benson-KMS shut out MACCRAY to open up last week’s action last Tuesday night and then hosted Minnewaska Area, Thursday, with the Lakers pulling out a 5-2 decision.

Benson-KMS, now 3-3 overall and 1-1 in the conference, has two more matches this week, beginning with a home match against Morris Area, Tuesday (yesterday) and continuing with a match at Long Prairie-Grey Eagle, Thursday (tomorrow).

Through the early portion of the schedule, Susan Knutson, Stacy Johnson, Anna Samuelson, and Gracie Lenz all lead the Fighting Braves with 4-2 record.

Benson-KMS 7, MACCRAY 0
The Fighting Braves improved to 3-2 overall with a 7-0 sweep at MACCRAY last Tuesday night.
 Benson-KMS gave up just.......

Wed
06
Sep
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KMS volleyball rallies for 3-1 win over Braves

Claire Ricard (11) hits the ball over the net for Benson during a match against KMS last week.

KMS volleyball rallies for 3-1 win over Braves

 

The Benson volleyball team pulled out a fourth-game 31-29 decision over Minnewaska Area, Thursday to give the Braves their first victory of the season.  Earlier in the week, the Braves fell to KMS in four games in the season opener last Tuesday in Benson, 25-11, 20-25, 22-25, 14-25.

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