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Miners struggle in duals, excel in tourney

Ripplinger and Lenitz win Bowman titles

Posted 12/18/13 (Wed) read more »

Hazen opens season 2-0

Bison top No. 3 Des Lacs-Burlington

Posted 12/11/13 (Wed) read more »

Murschel plays great but North Stars fall

Goalie has 46 saves against Patriots

Posted 12/04/13 (Wed) read more »

North Stars drop home opener

Fast start doesn’t yield a victory

Posted 11/26/13 (Tue) read more »

‘That’s another Bison state title!’

Hazen wins back-to-back championships

Posted 11/20/13 (Wed) read more »

Fargodome or bust

Hazen heads back to state championship

Posted 11/13/13 (Wed) read more »

Almost there, 1 left

Des Lacs, last stop to Fargo Last week the quarterfinals were played and now only four teams are left.

Posted 11/06/13 (Wed) read more »

Hazen football inches closer to state title

Bison fend off Rugby’s upset hopes

Posted 10/30/13 (Wed) read more »

Hazen takes top seed and championship

Parking at Hazen High School football games this season hasn’t been a problem. But for the season finale, most people had to park a bit away for the game. For most the long walk was worth it. The chance to see the No. 1 team – Hazen – in the state take on the No. 2 team – Killdeer – with a region championship on the line was like hot chocolate on a cold winter day. It was something many can’t pass up. Big plays are always needed in big games. The Bison didn’t have to wait long for their first big play of the game. Jonah Zimmerman, sophomore linebacker, grabbed a tipped pass for an interception on the third play of the game. Then the Bison had to wait a little bit for their next big play. It came just in time, on third-and-5 at the 25-yard line. Senior running back Briar Bornemann broke a tackle and out raced Killdeer’s defense for the team’s first score of the game, giving his team a 6-0 lead, Hunter Fears made the point after attempt. The Bison didn’t have to wait long for their next big play. About 7 seconds rolled off the play clock when the Bison forced a fumble – they failed to recover it – and the first quarter ended with both teams exchanging punts. Killdeer looked poised to tie the game early in the second quarter. Austin Cieslak, senior linebacker, and Austin Hintz, junior lineman, were both getting injury treatment on the sidelines and Killdeer was on the 25-yard line looking to score.

Posted 10/25/13 (Fri) read more »

B-H home meet goes well

The Beulah-Hazen cross country team entered Saturday morning’s meet ranked.

Posted 10/25/13 (Fri) read more »