Beulah Beacon Sports

September 8, 2011

A tale of 2 halves

The game of football is supposed to be fun.

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September 1, 2011

Bison beat up Beulah

On their opening drive Hazen quarterback Stetson Carr broke free from the pocket to scramble 53 yards into the end zone. That pattern replayed several times as the Bison steam rolled over Beulah in Coal Bowl XXXII last Friday in Hazen.

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Dance is a powerful impulse, but the art of dance is that impulse channeled by skillful performers into something that becomes intensely expressive and that may delight spectators who have no wish to dance themselves.

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Ever since the time Joe Friedlander took his first Taekwondo class, there has been some indescribable pull to continue on with the Korean martial arts that kept the middle-aged man enthralled.

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It seems inevitable that when the stakes are high, Beulah and Hazen will always meet up. Last Friday afternoon was no exception as the right to the American Legion Section 7 title game was up for grabs.

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The Hazen Astros avenged two losses to the Beulah Cyclones suffered earlier in the American Legion baseball season, but it’s the Cyclones which headed into postseason play this week as Section 7’s top seed.

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Setters don’t get near the recognition on the volleyball court that quarterbacks get on the football field. But according to Brittany Behrens, both positions play an equally vital role in their respective teams’ success.

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The Beulah Cyclones brought their A-game this weekend, achieving wins on Friday and Saturday against Dickinson and Williston.

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Corner Express and Rud Oil, Center, is sponsoring the G-Dam Flood Men’s Softball Tournament this weekend in Center.

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If their first week is any indication, the summer baseball season may not be much brighter than Beulah’ spring season. Twice rain showers ended games early last week but thankfully the Cyclones were able to weather the storm with four victories.

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