Hazen Star Sports

Inevitably every season when Hazen takes on their despised Dickinson Trinity rivals, Bison fans know not to take anything for granted.

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Toting the line between aggressive serving and attacking and consistent offense is a tough job for many high school volleyball teams. Hazen has been trying to command many of their opponents by first controlling their own error output.

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For the first six weeks of the season, Hazen’s football team has taken care of business.

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After an impressive three-game winning streak, Hazen might have forgotten how inexperienced their football team was.

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Hazen outside hitter Sarah Grimm picked apart the Beulah defense at the right time. The 5-foot-9 senior put down her team’s final five kills and registered the 3-2 match victory in District 14 action Sept. 14.

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Over the past few meets a pattern has been emerging in the Beulah-Hazen cross country team. When the Miners run together they seem to achieve better times.

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After two days, 502 miles and six matches the Hazen volleyball ball team returned home with new knowledge about themselves. The Bison won five matches and lost one on the road at the Volley in the Valley tournament is Casselton. They placed third in the gold division after taking the tournament the year before.

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September 9, 2010

From All-American to Bison

Editor’s note: This is the last in a series of articles about the new coaches in the Hazen High School athletic programs for the 2010-2011 school year. Standing 6-foot-2 Heidi Larson is the shortest of her three brothers.

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September 2, 2010

A different title for Bison

Last season the Hazen volleyball team was in a fight for their invitational title. Following Saturday’s action, the Bison still had to battle for a title but instead of champion, they earned fifth place honors during the third annual Coal Country Invite.

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Come Friday night and Mercer County will be split down the middle for Coal Bowl XXXI.

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