Hazen Star Sports

Opening round Blake Anderson, Washburn, starred against Josh Snyder, Hazen, in the first game of the I-94 tournament last Wednesday.

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Washburn wins because of slow Hazen start

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July 10, 2013

Leintz no hits Beulah

Nate Leintz might want to think about joining a modeling agency, because no one looked better than him on July 2

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The Hazen Astros have less than three weeks left in the season to prepare for the sectional base tournament in Washburn

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June 26, 2013

Cyclones sweep Astros

The Beulah Cyclones swept the Hazen Astros last Thursday, June 20, taking the first game 3-2 and the second game 10-0

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The Bison Booster basketball camp was a four-day camp held last weekend in the Hazen High School gym. The camp was divided into two groups, a first grade through fourth grade group and a fifth grade through eighth grade group.

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Dakota Wood is a lot like an iPod, she makes records completely useless. In fact if she were a iPod her forehead would read, “I got 99 problems but hurdles ain’t one.”

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The Hazen girls golf program is no stranger to success and continues to prove it all around the state. After earning a region championship the Bison made their way to the Tom O’ Leary golf course for more success at the state tournament. The Bison finished the two-day state golf tournament with a second place trophy and an all-state honor.

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Hazen knew at the start of the season that they were going to have to beat Beulah, Washburn or both teams to advance to the state tournament. Hazen knew they had the skills to beat Washburn but Beulah had proven to be a tougher test.

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Regional track is what most teams gear their season around. Most teams hope to get to the regional meet and place a few athletes in the state meet. For Hazen and Carrington the only goal is to top each other in total points at the end of the meet.

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