Beulah Beacon Sports

September 13, 2012

Miners stay undefeated

The Miners are now 3-0. Each game has had the same result this season; a home win. Friday’s game against the Rugby Panthers was no different.

read more

Getting rewarded with coal isn’t always seen as a good thing. The Beulah Miners were awarded with coal for all their hard work and summer preparation Friday night. The Miners were victorious in the Coal Bowl 28-8.

read more

August 23, 2012

Coal Bowl 2012, XXXIII

Coal Bowl 2012 is within tasting distance and everyone wants to know what kind of game to expect. The past two Coal Bowls were polar opposites. Coal Bowl 2011 was a good ol’ fashion butt whooping, and Coal Bowl 2010 was a good ol’ fashion grind-it rivalry game.

read more

There’s always new exercise trends hitting the market.

read more

August 15, 2012

Youth Soccer coming soon

Soccer is an easy sport to learn and play.

read more

Head boys basketball coach Jeremy Brandt was doing what he normally does a week after the Lions all-star game; working. Brandt was combining. It shouldn’t be a surprise that the local coach was trying to get the most out of what was in front of him.

read more

The American Legion Section 7 Tournament didn’t open with a bang. The tournament opened with a whimper. There were only about seven people in the stands who weren’t working, but the tournament would end according to plan with Washburn winning it.

read more

July 26, 2012

Beulah wins I-94

While the temperature was rising, the bats were swinging in full force July 19-20 for the I-94 Babe Ruth tournament at Goldmann Field, Beulah. The winner of the two-day event, Beulah, earned a spot in a best-of-three play-in series to advance to the 13-15 Babe Ruth State tourney.

read more

Sequels never live up their expectations. Often times sequels leave us wondering why we even went to the movie theater. The original is great; the sequel not so great.

read more

July 12, 2012

Cyclones win 2 more

Pregame fireworks exploded around McKenzie Park during warm-ups. Booms and cracks filled the early 5:30 p.m. evening sky with Fourth of July excitement. Meanwhile, McKenzie field had its own excitement full of wooden cracks and booms that fans enjoyed more than the bright colored night sky.

read more

The Weather Network