Beulah Beacon Sports

Matthew Krizan is like most 12-year-old boys in that he loves football, Kung Fu movies and chasing girls. His older sister Emily Krizan is a bit quiet for a 14-year-old but don’t let the pretty exterior fool you as she has an inner fire when she is interested in the topic.

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The two shared the line for four years of high school. Now Keanon Serna and Kasey Schmidt will once again find themselves on the same side of the football as they both pursue the next level at the University of Mary. Changing their colors from blue and gold to blue and orange, they signed letters of intent to play football as Marauders. Schmidt, an all-state defensive lineman and voted Beulah’s most valuable player, received offers from a few schools in Bemidji, Valley City, University of Minnesota-Crookston and Jamestown but Bismarck attracted Schmidt the most. He enjoys the town and the familiarity made the transition more comfortable.

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It’s no secret that girls hockey in Mercer County has seen better years. And with the program goes the Novas name.

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For a team that lost four starters after a 12-13 season, it’s easy for anyone to overlook the Beulah boys basketball team. According to the hoopster the 2008-2009 Miners finished third in the district and fourth in the regions. Head coach Jeremy Brandt was quoted in noting “Beulah will be a very different team.”

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Few teams know better than Beulah what it feels like to be overlooked by other teams. The Miners also have experience on how it feels to make their opponents pay for their shortsightedness.

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It’s been a long road but the Beulah boys basketball program made a loud statement Monday night. They’re back!

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By this late in the season most scouting reports have teams pegged. But the Beulah boys basketball squad still has a few tricks up their sleeves.

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At Saturday’s start there were 11. But by 3 that afternoon, Beulah-Hazen was down to six wrestlers still alive. The veterans, and a few youngsters, showed promise as the Miners will send a six-pack of grapplers to the Class B State Wrestling Tournament in Fargo Thursday through Saturday.

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Jordon Mann doesn’t look like a man who has sat out for the last month.

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