You can do something right 99 out of 100 times but that one instance that things go wrong can leave you with a burning scare.
Posted 5/11/11 (Wed) read more »
It’s pretty safe to say that Hazen head coach Terry Meyhoff was not very happy with his team’s first performance of the year. So when the Bison got a second look at more Region 6 competition, they made sure not to make the same mistake twice.
Posted 5/04/11 (Wed) read more »
The Men’s senior golf league at the Black Sands Golf Course in Beulah is set to being the 2011 season on Tuesday, May 3, starting with an organizational meeting at 9:30 a.m. in the clubhouse, followed by an open day scramble tournament.
Posted 4/27/11 (Wed) read more »
Several track and field athletes achieved success during the Beulah Miner Invite last week. It was that combined effort that put the Hazen girls team in seventh place.
Posted 4/20/11 (Wed) read more »
Even through the Hazen track and field team has been able to squeeze in only one outdoor meet this season, they know for sure one of their athletes will be competing in the state tournament.
Posted 4/13/11 (Wed) read more »
The Hazen boys basketball team looked back on their season of accomplishments March 24 as part of a joint basketball banquet with the Hazen girls basketball team.
Posted 4/06/11 (Wed) read more »
Early in the track and field season, head boys coach Randy Johnson can sum up what he is looking for out of his team in one word: competitors. His young squad, with several freshman, will have plenty of challenges to overcome but as long as they have a fighting spirit Johnson is happy for now.
Posted 3/30/11 (Wed) read more »
No matter the weather outside, the Hazen Figure Skating Club will have people thinking spring this weekend. Their annual ice show is themed “Spring Fever 2011.”
Posted 3/23/11 (Wed) read more »
They may get looked down upon, made fun of or teased but without the boys of figure skating, the Hazen Figure Skating Ice Show would not be the spectacular event it has become.
Posted 3/16/11 (Wed) read more »