Hazen Star Sports

Sometimes the stars align and everything seems to click at just the right moment. Then there are games where teams are forced to grunt through the tough spots and rely on their leaders in the do-or-die moments.

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At Saturday’s start there were 11. But by 3 that afternoon, Beulah-Hazen was down to six wrestlers still alive. The veterans, and a few youngsters, showed promise as the Miners will send a six-pack of grapplers to the Class B State Wrestling Tournament in Fargo Thursday through Saturday.

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Hazen meet Myles Tomlinson. The Turtle Lake-Mercer forward came off the bench to provide a spark Jan. 26. Despite 24 points from playmaker Grant Singer, the Trojans supporting cast of the 5-foot-11 sophomore along with his accomplice Adam Peltier, made the difference down the stretch for the 69-55 win.

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For two teams struggling to get back to the .500 mark, last Friday’s rivalry game between Beulah and Hazen felt more like a championship atmosphere.

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Behind by two points or ahead by 20, Hazen’s game plan is the same: Never slow down. The Bison proved their motto again this week sweeping up three convincing wins in five days.

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January 14, 2010

Bison defense downs Cards

Hazen boys basketball coach Randy Johnson asked his defense to be all things to all people Jan. 5.

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Even with 10 players on the court at one time, some games come down to playmakers.

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December 31, 2009

Bison working through poor

It’s never easy for a coach to say goodbye to longtime players. It’s even harder when the season isn’t even over yet.

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Hazen boys basketball coach Randy Johnson knew even before the Center-Stanton team got off the bus Dec. 15 what the game plan was. The Wildcats would work their offense around 6-foot-1 guard Shae Brown. The senior had a hand in either the beginning or more often the end of the offense.

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December 17, 2009

Landing among the top-ranked

In his first week of action to open his second season as the head of the Hazen girls basketball team, Leland Opp had one word he continually used to describe how the team played: “proud.”

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