BEMIDJI — The Bemidji boys soccer team took care of business Saturday as the Lumberjacks dismantled undermanned Walker-Hackensack-Akeley 14-0 at the middle school pitch.
BHS took charge from the outset as goals by Noah Kovach and Leo Spry provided a 2-0 lead less than three minutes into the action.
By intermission the Lumberjacks had increased their advantage to 10-0 and Bemidji coach Rick Toward juggled his lineup in an attempt to keep his players motivated.
"Walker is a conference opponent and you have to play against all of the teams in the conference," Toward said. "We used to play against Walker twice a season but now we only play them once. We do the same with Crookston because we want to make our schedule as tough as it can be."
The Wolves proved to be no match Saturday and Bemidji could have scored at will if the Jacks had been so inclined.