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Bison go for win, stopped just short

With just 14.4 seconds remaining on the clock and down by a touchdown, Hazen was banking on its playmakers to earn their titles Friday night. However, as the pass from Brent Sorensen sailed into the end zone, heading straight for the intended receiver Tanner Borlaug, Watford City’s Nick Liebel stepped in for the interception that ended the Bison hopes for a comeback.

Posted 9/30/09 (Wed) read more »

Third time the one that counts

Backyard rivals Hazen and Beulah have met three times this season between scrimmages and tournaments but the Sept. 15 meeting was by far the most important. Opening the District 14 schedule Hazen cruised to a 3-0 sweep of their Mercer County foe at home.

Posted 9/23/09 (Wed) read more »

Third time the one that counts

Backyard rivals Hazen and Beulah have met three times this season between scrimmages and tournaments but the Sept. 15 meeting was by far the most important. Opening the District 14 schedule Hazen cruised to a 3-0 sweep of their Mercer County foe at home.

Posted 9/23/09 (Wed) read more »

Bison 2-for-2 in tourney action

The last time Hazen traveled to Casselton for the Volley in the Valley Tournament, they brought home the gold division championship in 2006. After a three-year hiatus from the travel-heavy two-day tourney, Hazen still has what it takes to bring home the gold.

Posted 9/17/09 (Thu) read more »

Continuing where 2008 left off

Baylee Carr opened his senior season with 157 yards from scrimmage and two touchdowns. In his second outing of 2009, the Bison running back still wasn’t satisfied as he had eight carries for 211 yards and three touchdowns guiding Hazen to a 41-12 defeat of Heart River.

Posted 9/09/09 (Wed) read more »

Coal Bowl trophy, bragging

Rick Philion knows the intense emotions involved in the annual Coal Bowl against Beulah. The Hazen coach has been on both sides of the outcome at the helm during the four-year drought of 2002-2005 when the Miners were celebrating in the end zone after the game.

Posted 9/02/09 (Wed) read more »

Coal Bowl XXX has a different look

Seven miles, four quarters and 100 yards separate Hazen and Beulah this Friday for the right to claim another year of bragging rights and house the traveling Coal Bowl trophy once again. But in its 30th year, this Coal Bowl is unlike any of its predecessors.

Posted 8/26/09 (Wed) read more »

‘Last Chance’ fishing derby has open slots for cash prize

Even though area schools are starting and temperatures are getting lower, fishermen don’t have to pack up the boat quite yet as the Last Chance Fishing Tournament is only weeks away. Mark the calender as Sept. 12 is the date for the event’s second go round. If area anglers need an excuse to keep fishing until then, just tell the wife she’s in store for a sparkly gift once you win the $2,000 top prize.

Posted 8/19/09 (Wed) read more »

Summer tournament encourages volleyball coach’s confidence

Hazen’s volleyball program is heading into a year of unprecedented change as first-year head coach Linette Irwin takes the reins. The former longtime assistant coach also sees a few vacant positions on the court as for the first time in six seasons a player from the Beecher household will not be slated as the setter. Brittany Beecher was the Bison setter her junior and senior seasons before her younger sister Briana took over the job for the length of her high school career. Renowned as one of the best set of hands in the state, Briana Beecher graduated last spring and hung up her volleyball aspirations for a college education. Another notable loss includes libero Macall Wimer who will be wearing a Williston State College uniform this season.

Posted 8/12/09 (Wed) read more »

Beulah-Hazen High School cross country co-op remains intact

After a recent proposal made to the Hazen School Board for Hazen to break from Beulah and form their own cross country team, it’s been decided the cross country co-op between the two schools will remain intact.

Posted 8/05/09 (Wed) read more »