Beulah Beacon Sports

If you can't be one of the eight teams in North Dakota to continue their volleyball season this week, then you want to be one of the 16 teams to end their season with a win. Meeting up with Dickinson Trinity in the semifinals of the Region 7 Tournament, Beulah lost their chance at the title match falling 3-0 but they decisively rebounded Thursday with a 3-0 sweep of New England for third place.

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Beulah volleyball coach Kevin Peterson admits there was a period of adjustment for the first-year coach and his players. "At the beginning of the year, the girls commented that I was a loud coach but now they find I'm just a teddy bear," he said. "A lot of that is 'are they willing to change,' 'are they willing to buy into what we are doing?' The kids are probably the only ones who really understand what we (as a coaching staff) are trying to do. They are with us everyday and we talk about every scenario."

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At the start of the two-day tournament there were six. By Tuesday night there were only four and Beulah was the No. 3 seed, surviving to battle for another match. After taking the District 14 opening night contest with Dickinson Trinity on the chin, the Miners rebounded to crush Glen Ullin-Hebron in the regional qualifying match Tuesday night. They will now face the loser of the District 13 competitors Beach and New England Monday in Hazen for the first round of the Region 7 Tournament.

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All the hard work, long hours, multiple miles came down to the Class B State Cross Country Meet last Saturday in Jamestown. Missing their No. 1 runner, the Beulah-Hazen boys did well with a 10th place finish.

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Both coaches from either side of the city line have said it once if they have said it a hundred times. Whatever season a team is having makes no difference during the Coal Bowl.

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Last season Loy Ham and the entire Beulah football coaching staff could look back through the weeks and find the game that lost the chance at the playoffs. Last year it was a Week 2 loss but this year the decisive week is arguably Week 5 and the comeback victory over Dickinson Trinity that gave a struggling Miner squad the boost it needed. After a 32-6 win against Bishop Ryan last Friday, Beulah has clinched a playoff spot going into the final week of regular season.

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Last season Loy Ham and the entire Beulah football coaching staff could look back through the weeks and find the game that lost the chance at the playoffs. Last year it was a Week 2 loss but this year the decisive week is arguably Week 5 and the comeback victory over Dickinson Trinity that gave a struggling Miner squad the boost it needed. After a 32-6 win against Bishop Ryan last Friday, Beulah has clinched a playoff spot going into the final week of regular season.

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Until Sept. 16, most of the volleyball teams on this side of North Dakota were equal. Sure some had a few shiny pieces of extra hardware to haul around after a tournament but in reality everyone made par. As of the morning of Sept. 17, however, only half of District 9 could say they were unbeaten. Hazen was on that list, Beulah was not.

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September 18, 2008

Itís all Class B from here

It has been nothing but a year of growth and development for the Beulah-Hazen cross country team. Growth in participation numbers, development in personal records and, well, lots and lots of running. But all their hard work is really paying off as the boysí varsity team placed 10th out of 20 teams last weekend at the Mandan Meet.

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Everybody wants to be a winner but winners arenít just born, theyíre made. And making winners is exactly what head coach Bruce Wold and the Beulah-Hazen cross country team has been up to. Their last week of action displayed a host of personal best times at the Dickinson Meet.

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