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.
Posted 4/21/10 (Wed) read more »
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.
Posted 4/14/10 (Wed) read more »
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.
Posted 4/07/10 (Wed) read more »
The meet may be termed the “state indoor” but veteran Hazen track and field coaches know it’s just not true. No matter the conditions, a superior track team does not win the season with March success.
Posted 3/31/10 (Wed) read more »
It’s no secret that girls hockey in Mercer County has seen better years. And with the program goes the Novas name.
Posted 3/24/10 (Wed) read more »
The Hazen-Beulah Bantam team was one of the tournaments top seeds when they loaded the bus last weekend. But by the time they unloaded just two days later, the North Stars slipped a little but remained in the top three in the state.
Posted 3/17/10 (Wed) read more »
In their first serious competition of the season, Hazen Little Kid wrestlers performed well at two tournaments last week.
Posted 3/10/10 (Wed) read more »
A record of 8-13 isn’t very impressive in terms of just the numbers alone. But taking a closer look behind Hazen’s season, the Bison have taken on some of the state’s strongest competition. With a need to perform every time on the floor, a huge amount of confidence is a must.
Posted 3/03/10 (Wed) read more »