Cheryl Zitur of Corcoran, competed at the 2014 World Triathlon Grand Final on Sept. 1 in Edmonton, Alberta. Zitur took home the bronze medal racing in the 50-54 female age group for Team USA. (Photo courtesy of Rich Cruse)

 

Buffalo senior cornerback James McNamara (20) gets in the face of Rogers wide receiver Aaron Dorvinen to break up a pass with Bison senior captain Zach Dahl (right) nearby to help defend. Rogers would spoil the home opener for Buffalo with a 34-7 road victory last Friday night at Cummings Field. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

Bison junior diver Rachel Bertram’s score of 218.35 was far and away the top score in the 1-meter diving event last Thursday, Sept. 4 against STMA. Buffalo freshman Alex Zeiss was second with a score of 174.90. Buffalo has took the top two spots in each of the first two dual meets this season. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

The Bison went 2-4 last week, including a 3-1 home win last Thursday, Sept. 4 against Big Lake. They posted a 1-3 overall mark and seventh-place finish at the 2014 Shakopee Tournament on Saturday, Sept. 6. It was at that tournament Buffalo senior setter Sammy Johnson broke a 14-year old school record previously held by Tammy Wermager for most  set assists over her varsity career. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

Junior Claudia Botzet returns a forehand shot for a winner in her No. 1 singles win last Thursday, Sept. 4 against Cambridge-Isanti. (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

Eighth-grader Erica O’Borsky finished second among Bison girls’ runners with a time of 17:05.7 at the Bauman/Rovn Invitational on Saturday, Sept. 6. O’Borsky and freshman Amanda Montplaisir have taken over as the girls’ top two runners. (Photo by Linda Hosey)

 

Buffalo junior forward Miguel Arroyo Hernandez scored two goals in the Bison’s 7-0 home shutout win last Thursday, Sept. 4 over Princeton (Photo by Rob LaPlante)

 

Father Paul Kammen (right) of St. Peter’s and St. Joseph’s Catholic Church in Delano attended last Friday’s gym rally to help support St. Max’s upcoming Ride for a Reason event on Saturday, Oct. 4. Father Paul is accompanied by his faithful companion Kirby (dog). The two along with guest speaker Kim Lucarelli (left) spoke to the students to help encouraged them in their efforts to gain prayer intentions and pledges whom they will sponsor during the race. (Submitted photo)