A Class B Girls State Track and Field team title has been on Allison Opp’s mind for the past three months. The Hazen senior could almost taste the trophy at last weekend’s state meet in Bismarck. However at the end, the Lady Bison were crowned second best as Benson County claimed the girls team title by nine points.
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Whether it’s teeing off the first hole or putting a birdie to claim the medalist spot, Conor Borud goes through identical motions.
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Ryan Bodell is a familiar face around the Minot High School baseball fans. During the springs of 2003 and 2004, he was on the Magicians varsity baseball team, winning all-state honors his final season.
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Kerby Duewel does not look like the average pitcher. The Hazen junior’s delivery is unique from the rest of his team. But in last Tuesday’s doubleheader against Minot, he wasn’t worried about how he looked so much as how he performed.
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Too many free passes hurt Beulah-Hazen last Tuesday. And the Miners still almost made up the deficit with their ability to hit the long ball.
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One thing is for certain at the Hazen girls track and field camp. No matter how the team does at the regional meet, at least four events will be represented by Bison at the state meet. Before last week’s action Breaunna Oakland stood alone as Hazen’s only qualifier. After two more meets last Tuesday and Saturday, the number is up to three athletes.
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Last Tuesday’s baseball game between Beulah-Hazen and Mandan teetered the Mother Nature line all afternoon. Keeping on constant contact, Mandan made the 72-mile trip to Goldmann Field at McKenzie Park. The teams were out warming up when the darkening skies opened up to begin a 12-hour downpour.
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Hazen girls track head coach Leland Opp is fortunate to have a stable full of high quality athletes. What makes the veteran coach produce successful teams every season is his demand for athletes to reach the potential he sees for them.
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Matthew Krizan is like most 12-year-old boys in that he loves football, Kung Fu movies and chasing girls. His older sister Emily Krizan is a bit quiet for a 14-year-old but don’t let the pretty exterior fool you as she has an inner fire when she is interested in the topic.
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