Beulah Beacon Sports

The Beulah girls basketball team found a way to make it into the final four but that was where their luck ran out. The Miners lost tough games both to Beach, 76-55, and Dickinson Trinity, 54-28, to finish the Region 7 Tournament in fourth place last week.

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Emmie Miller is a thief. With Scranton on a comeback, she found the perfect time to steal the Miners’ possession. A pass down court ended Scranton’s chances of making a fourth-quarter run and sealed Beulah’s 54-41 win late Monday night.

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Dickinson Trinity did what they do best and they earned a District 14 title Monday night at the Beulah High School Gymnasium.

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Coach Jeremy Brandt wasn’t happy with how his team played the first time Beulah met up with Dickinson Trinity this season.

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The Beulah girls basketball team is not used to playing with a lead. Six of their last eight games have been determined by 10 points or less in the waning minutes.

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Hazen-Beulah let two points in the West Region standings slide out of their hands Saturday as another catatonic third period helped Jamestown to a 6-3 win.

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When Katie Kovash missed her first free throw with 7.8 seconds left, the Beulah bench sighed in relief. However, she made the second and the Miners missed a last-second three to fall 38-35 to the Dickinson Trinity Titans in District 14 action Thursday.

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February 2, 2011

Beulah the better Miners

On paper the matchup looked pretty even. Both the Beulah Miners and the Wilton-Wing Miners liked to dribble the lane, push the tempo of the contest and can hit from outside.

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Maybe Beulah Sapphires head coach Heather Horning should start carrying a lucky rabbit’s foot in her pocket because the dance could use some good luck.

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Beulah head coach Jeremy Brandt knew last week was going to be a tough one for his third ranked Miners boys basketball team – and it was.

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