Hazen Star Sports

The Miner Wrestlers started out their season traveling to Minot for a triangular against the Bishop Ryan Lions and the Harvey Hornets last week. After the Harvey-Ryan dual, the night began with the Miners taking on the Hornets. Seventh-grader Alex Krebs started off the evening for the Miners in an exhibition match. Krebs pinned the Harvey competitor in 38 seconds.

read more

Some players are quiet leaders. Some players are vocal. And then some players bring the smiles to the timeouts. Macall Wimer is more the latter. The Hazen senior knows there's a time to be serious but volleyball should be fun too.

read more

Though Hazen's volleyball season ended a week before they had hoped, many Bison players earned a permanent place as part of the extensive tradition last week during the Region 7 Tournament.

read more

November 13, 2008

Holding onto the dream

For the Hazen volleyball squad the goal this postseason can be summed up in one word: win. "Winning is our only goal," Bison head coach Kim Wolf said. "We're all trying to get to the State tournament."

read more

Beecher named District 14 Senior Athlete of Year By Robyn Rohde It seems year after year, no matter how Dickinson Trinity does in the regular season, the Titans will find a way to make sure they are in the District 14 Championship match.

read more

October 30, 2008

Bison host Bottineau in

The Hazen Bison have out-quicked their opponents, breaking big play after big play on their way to an 8-1 season record and fourth consecutive playoff birth.

read more

Hazen started off the tournament in Burlington Friday evening in pool play versus Ray.

read more

The Lions may be king of the jungle. But this is the prairie, son. The big-play Bison once again provided fans big-time plays Friday night in a 39-22 homecoming victory over the Bishop Ryan Lions of Minot.

read more

Though in different districts and different regions, Center-Stanton and Hazen seem to always be competing for at least one title Ö the champion of the Center-Stanton Invitational Tournament. Last year the Wildcats mastered a brilliant come-from-behind victory to claim the trophy for the home team.

read more

Some games are superb, some games are horrible and some games are just enough. Playing two to three matches a week, not to mention tournaments, for three months is bound to wear anyone out. And thatís just how the Lady Bison felt last Thursday as they traveled the long road to Des Lacs-Burlington for a non-conference match with the Patriots.

read more

The Weather Network