Hills-Beaver Creek Sports

For a team that was expected to experience some growing pains early in the season, the Hills-Beaver Creek girls are playing basketball at a high level. The Patriots posted three wins in a five-day span last week to up their record to 5-0. Two of the five wins were Red Rock Conference conquests, and...
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots kept their perfect basketball record in tact by upending the West Lyon Lions 54-50 Saturday in Hills. H-BC, which never trailed in the contest, opened a 29-23 advantage in the first half. West Lyon trimmed the difference to two points at one stage of the second half...
H-BC's Abb Knobloch turned in a 21-point, 12-rebound effort during Friday's home win over SWC.
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls posted their biggest basketball win of the season when they downed the Southwest Christian E-Gals 79-68 Friday in Hills. In what was a rematch of the last two South Section 3A Tournament championship games, both of which fell in SWC’s favor, the Patriots gained some...
The Hills-Beaver boys’ basketball team upped its record to 2-0 by winning its Red Rock Conference opener Thursday in Edgerton. Taking on Edgerton Public School for the league debut, the Patriots outscored the Flying Dutchmen in both halves of a 63-35 win. H-BC sported a 24-18 after 18 minutes of...
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots registered their third consecutive girls' basketball victory when they opened Red Rock Conference play Dec. 3 in Mountain Lake. The Mountain Lake Area played with H-BC in the first 18 minutes of the game, but the Patriots outscored the hosts 29-14 in the second half...
Six members of the Hills-Beaver Creek High School football program received postseason honors this week. Zander Wysong (back, left), Gavin Wysong (front, middle), Jax Wysong (back, middle) and Tyson Bork (front, right) made the All South District Western Division Football Team. Chase Bosch (front, left) and Tory Knobloch (back, right) drew honorable mention.
Six members of the Hills-Beaver Creek football team picked up postseason honors early this week. Four H-BC athletes made the 2019 All-South District Western Division Football Team and two others drew honorable mention from the District coaches. Making the 20-player All-District roster for H-BC are...
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys experienced a successful start to the 2019-20 basketball season Monday in Tyler. The Patriots squared off against a Russell-Tyler-Ruthton squad that handed H-BC a pair of losses last winter, including a season-ending setback in the quarterfinal round of the South Section...
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls’ basketball team came up with their second win of the season by posting its second road victory Nov. 25. H-BC traveled to Tyler to take on the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton Knights for a non-conference clash. The night belonged to the Patriots, who outscored R-T-R in both...
Luverne guard Brooklynn Ver Steeg puts up a shot in front of H-BC's Sam Moser during Friday's season-opening basketball game in Luverne.
Two girls’ basketball teams from the Star Herald coverage are opened the 2019-20 season by playing each other Friday in Luverne. The Luverne Cardinals entertained the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots for the annual battle between Rock County teams. The game was a competitive contest for the first 20...
Five Adrian Dragons received postseason honors from the Red Rock Conference Volleyball coaches. Mayssa Tweet (front, left), Bailey Lonneman (back, middle), Kasie Tweet (front, right) and Marisa Lehnhoff (back, right) made the All-RRC squad. Shawna Rogers (back, left) received honorable mention.
Athletes from the Star Herald coverage area were well represented when the 2019 All-Red Rock Conference Volleyball Team was announced last week. Six area girls cracked the 20-player All-RRC roster. Three other area athletes received honorable mention from the league’s coaches. Adrian, which won the...

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