This fall may be Richardton-Taylor-Hebrons first venture back into the 11-man football fold but Friday’s contest against Hazen scored like a typical 9-man football game. The Bison found ways to capitalize from almost every avenue en route to the 52-6 Class A victory over the Raiders.
The Beulah-Hazen crosscountry team had a strong showing at the Bowman meet last Thursday. It was a small meet with six teams on a windy day running a fairly flat course. The Miners dominated action with a first place total of only 20 points. In second place was the host team with 46 points.
After last year, Coal Bowl XXXII has a lot to live up to.
Dance is a powerful impulse, but the art of dance is that impulse channeled by skillful performers into something that becomes intensely expressive and that may delight spectators who have no wish to dance themselves.
Hits came at a premium last weekend during the Class B Babe Ruth State Tournament in Surrey. The Hazen team was able to string along enough hits to win three out of five games to earn third place honors before falling to eventual state champion Lisbon on Sunday.