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Man of the Match

Man of the Match

Man of the Match is a weekly recognition based on performance of a stand out player in the BHS Boys Soccer Program. The coaching staff will submit a player each week that has played and performed at that individual's highest level during trainings and matches. Every week a new player will be recognized and posted on the BHS Soccer website. Along with their photo and a brief description of their performance.

Patrick Fernandez

BHS vs Minot 9/7
With the thought looming on people's minds... "Can the Bismarck Demons finish?" We needed to make a statement, and that statement was Patrick Fernandez.

Fernandez came out on fire against Minot. With his Dinner and Show type tactics he put away two goals and assisted a third, to leave no doubt on anyone's minds that the Bismarck Demons can't finish.

Fernandez brings a style to the game that you don't see very often. He has a great ability to always think outside the box and to be very unpredictable.

The coaches would like to congratulate Patrick on being this games Man of the Match!

Cole Olson

BHS vs CHS 9/2
Bismarck and Century soccer games have a different kind of intensity. Both teams are up for the game well before the opening kickoff. With both teams fielding teams full of talent and effort, it takes something special to stand out.

Freshman midfielder Cole Olson gave us a very good performance. From the center midfield, Cole showed strength, intelligence, and confidence both in defense and in the attack. Cole also showed his composure and fitness by playing all 80 minutes of the hard-fought 0-0 game.

The coaches would like to congratulate Cole on his man of the match performance.

Randy Tardif

BHS vs Jamestown 8/26
After opening his goal-scoring account for the season earlier in the week against St. Mary's junior forward Randy Tardif exploded for 2 goals and 2 assists against Jamestown. Leading
the Demons and their attack to a 9-0 victory.

He helped open the scoring by combining with freshman midfielder Cole Olson for a nice goal, and minutes later played the role of provider again by playing senior midfielder Matt Kessler in for the second goal. Randy scored two of his own after linking up twice with fellow junior Cody Ward. Randy's offensive performance this week vaults him to the top of the WDA points chart.

The coaches would like to congratulate Randy Tardif on his man of the match performance.

Jackson Binegar

BHS vs St. Mary's 8/24
Jackson Binegar was given two instructions by the coaches when he was getting subbed on in the second half. One, hold the ball for us. Two, give us effort. He did both and it paid dividends for BHS and the junior forward.

Jackson came on with the 1-0 scoreline tipped in St. Mary's favor. Minutes after coming on his hold-up play and pass to midfielder Matt Kessler helped create the equalizer. Then, with just minutes remaining in the game his effort and tenacity inside the box saw him score a left-footed winner.

The coaches would like to congratulate Jackson Binegar on his man of the match performance.

Talyn McEvers

BHS vs Shanley 8/21
In the second match of the East-West crossover Talyn McEvers put in a vintage center midfield performance. A performance that the BHS coaches have come to expect and appreciate from
the junior midfielder.

Even though the Demons were on the losing side of the 2-0 result, Talyn McEvers did what every coach asks of a center midfielder. He showed good work rate, broke up the opposing team's attacks, connected the backs with the forwards, and even got forward to try and get his name on the scoresheet with one of his trademark long shots. Just another good day on the field for this third year varsity player.

Congratulations Talyn.

Jace Nybo

BHS vs West Fargo 8/21
It was our first match against a team other then our own... it was time to see what the boys could do. Jace Nybo a senior defender for Bismarck High School had no problem stepping up to the plate.

He started strong in the opening minutes of the game. With his ability to see the field very well from the outside back position he was able to get us into the attack. While getting us into the attack he also helped us maintain a clean sheet, as we ended the game with a 0-0 tie.

Congratulations Jace on being this games Man of the Match!

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