During the McLean County Tournament last weekend, the Beulah boys basketball team checked off a series of season firsts. They had their first win, their first blow out, their first comeback and what is hoped to be just their first championship of the season when they went undefeated all three nights.
Few days will stand out of Meghan Battest’s mind more than Tuesday’s District 14 championship over Dickinson Trinity. The senior not only had a guiding hand in giving her team their second district championship with 17 kills and 13 digs, she was also honored by other coaches as the Outstanding Senior Athlete of the Year.
It started with a question. Now months later that early idea is becoming a reality for area curling enthusiasts. A few area men are forming the Hazen Curling Club. They are kicking off the season by hosting a learning to curl clinic at 6:30 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. Oct. 26 at the Hazen All Season Arena. The only requirement of the free clinic is that people come dressed in comfortable pants and bring clean indoor tennis shoes.
Beulah running back Logan Obrigewitch would like to forget the result of the Miners 16-0 West Region loss Friday to Bishop Ryan.