Beulah Beacon Sports

With their schedule only becoming harder, Beulah needs to make up ground when playing at home. Last week, playing host twice, the Miner boys basketball team had their highest scoring adventure followed by their lowest to finish the week 2-1.

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Any coach will tell you that runs are as fundamental to basketball as peach baskets. One thing Beulah’s coaching staff is struggling with is how to get the girls basketball team to sustain those runs for all four quarters.

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The Beulah Miners gave up a 10-point fourth quarter lead, to be outscored on a 17-2 run in the final three minutes, to settle for a 61-57 loss to Center-Stanton Saturday.

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First minute or 25th minute, Shelby Schields comes to play. Dubbed the Beulah girls basketball team’s “workhorse” the senior forward is praised by first-year head coach Rick Miller as an unrelenting force on the court. Her offensive output against rival Hazen helped cut the Miners deficit in half the fourth quarter of the Dec. 22 game.

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December 24, 2009

NS faced no luck at home

Over the course of the season, there are some games a team that hopes to contend simply needs to win. For the Hazen-Beulah North Stars, Friday’s game against Bottineau qualified.

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With the cumbersome weather last winter, some teams were not able to finish their schedule at the annual Class B shoot-out held in Bismarck. For some teams such as Beulah, they never would go back.

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The Beulah girls basketball team made first-year head coach Rick Miller a winner last week as the Miners opened the season with two consecutive wins. Beulah opened the season with a stellar performance Dec. 1 over Garrison 63-44 then followed it up against regional foe New Engand, taming the Tigers 47-34.

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Opening up his first year as a co-coach of the Beulah-Hazen wrestling program, Mitch Meyer was happy with his team’s performance and proud of the winning team as well during a triangular Nov. 24 in Beulah.

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For the past 12 years Shawn Voigt has dedicated his time and efforts to continuing to develop a strong wrestling program between the Beulah-Hazen co-op. But the dedicated family man, who also works full time at the Dakota Gasification Company knows all too well that there is only 24 hours in a day.

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Pulling off the only upset of the Region 7 Tournament fueled the fire. But even heart has to take a backseat to talent sometimes.

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