Hazen Star Sports

With about a minute and 30 seconds remaining in Hazen’s non-conference match-up against New Salem-Almont Feb. 14, the Bison were down by 10 and things didn’t look good.

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The competitive balance of District 14 has reared its head, and Hazen finds itself in an awkward position.

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The Hazen Bison boys basketball team might have been knocked down during their recent three-game skid – but they got up again in a big way with a 93-26 win over the Glen Ullin-Hebron Bearcats Jan. 24 in Hazen.

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The Hazen girls basketball team lost ground in their attempt to establish any kind of momentum with a 66-57 loss against archrival Beulah in District 14 action Thursday.

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The Hazen boys basketball team is striking while the iron is hot. On the verge of a 12-game winning streak, the undefeated Bison took a big step into achieving some of their postseason goals last week with a 75-41 crusade over District 14 foe Richardton-Taylor.

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Stetson Carr scored 21 points to lead another balanced outing by the Hazen boys basketball team as it defeated arch-rival Beulah 66-63 Friday. Josh Rothe had 14 points and Jon Doll had 13 for the Bison which cracked the state media poll for the first week with an eighth place rating.

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Hazen girls basketball coach John Ward has had a clear plan each game going out this season. Finally, Friday his team performed it to a T. The Bison jumped all over Garrison right away and kept the pressure on en route to a 61-28 victory in Hazen.

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Watford City’s Shawn Fulwider was a one-man army Dec. 20 collecting a double-double with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Even that outstanding performance couldn’t stop the Hazen boys basketball team which used all their talents to overcome the Wolves 66-54 in Hazen.

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December 22, 2011

Bison orchestrate comeback

Hazen had only one run during Monday’s grudge match against rivals Beulah. But it was at the right time.

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The Hazen boys basketball team made four 3-point baskets in the first eight minutes of Saturday’s boys and girls doubleheader. They never looked back as they amassed an 89-70 victory over Turtle Lake-Mercer-McClusky Trojans.

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