Beulah Beacon Sports

The Beulah Miners entered the Region 7 tournament with a spotless record and looked poised to take their title protection duties to Minot for the state tournament. In the first round of the region tournament the Miners defeated Hettinger-Scranton and in the second round they defeated Mott-Regent. The only team left in the Miners’ way were the Dickinson Trinity Titans.

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February 21, 2013

Protecting the title

The Beulah Miners did a good job of protecting their state title in the regular season. The Miners went 19-0 and ended the regular season number one in the polls. Last weekend the team’s protection task got harder. The Miners faced off against Richardton-Taylor in the district semifinals on Feb. 16 and wasted no time getting off to a quick start. The Miners jumped out to an 8-0 lead and never trailed in the game. At the end of the first quarter the Miners led by 10 points 21-11.

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The Miners faced three teams last week and came away unbeaten. They downed a Shiloh Christian team that had been on a four-game winning streak on Tuesday and topped a Watford City team that had been on an eight-game win streak on Thursday. The last team standing between the Miners and perfection was Hettinger-Scranton.

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The Beulah Miners girls basketball team hasn’t won a District 14 game this season and has an overall record of 2-11. The Miners appeared in dire need of a momentum changing win last week and Dickinson Trinity (9-4) looked like the team that could provide it.

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January 31, 2013

Miners make it 15-0

The Miners just keep winning. A lot of people think it’s the team’s depth or talent that make them so hard to beat. But the truth is it’s just hard to beat a confident team that never feels like they are going to lose and just keeps working hard. The Miners beat the Hazen Bison Friday 78-63.

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Big time teams make big time plays in big time moments. For the Beulah Miners there was no bigger time than Jan. 15. The Miners, ranked first in the state, faced Dickinson Trinity, ranked third in the state, in an undefeated showdown for control of first place in District 14.

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January 17, 2013

Walcker’ed to bed

Casey Walcker rocked the Bison to bed. The freshman reserve forward chipped in 14 points helping the Miners secure a victory over their Highway 200 rivals. Walcker’s play inside was critical because of early foul trouble that Noah Iverson, Beulah senior forward, encountered.

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January 10, 2013

Miners make it a perfect 10

There are a lot of people and things that are considered perfect 10s; supermodels and celebrities are the most notorious. The Miners added themselves to the perfect 10 club with a 42-point dismantling of the Center-Stanton Wildcats on Monday.

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There are a lot of tired sayings out there. Some talk about losing building character; others talk about the value of fighting though tough times. Right now the North Stars are learning both of those lessons first hand.

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Curling is a new sport that has been sweeping over the Beulah-Hazen area in the past two years. Last year a Curling league was set up and now the league has 13 teams and a website, www.hazencurlingclub.com/.

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