Hills-Beaver Creek Sports

Hills-Beaver Creek’s bid to reach the championship match of the South Section 3A Volleyball Tournament went was denied Nov. 1 in Worthington. The third-seeded Patriots, who won the Red Rock Conference title during the regular season, squared off against Windom, one of three teams to post 5-1...
An intriguing couple of days await two football teams from the Star Herald coverage area. Both Hills-Beaver Creek and Adrian have qualified for their respective section championship games, which will be staged at Southwest Minnesota State University in Marshall Thursday and Friday. Both teams have...
The Hills-Beaver Creek volleyball team strolled into the semifinal round of the South Section 3A Tournament Friday in Tracy. The third-seeded Patriots squared off against No. 6 Heron Lake-Okabena during Friday’s quarterfinal round. H-BC dominated the contest by outscoring the Wildcats 75-39 during...
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots qualified for the Section 3 Nine-Man Football Playoffs for the first time since 2003 Saturday in Hills. H-BC, the section’s second seed, met No. 3 Mountain Lake Area for a berth in the title tilt during the semifinals. The Patriots never trailed in the game and...
H-BC's Dylan Forshey pressures G-H-EC-ML-T's quarterback during the first half of Tuesday's playoff game in Hills.
The Hills-Beaver Creek football team stormed into the semifinal round of the Section 3 Nine-Man Football Playoffs by posting a big victory in Hills Oct. 25. The second-seeded Patriots exploded for 48 first half points to coast to a 54-6 win over seventh-seeded Granada-Huntley-East Chain-Martin...
H-BC senior Isaiah Vis ran for 156 yards and five touchdowns during Wednesday's 61-14 home win over Fulda.
The Hills-Beaver Creek football team unleashed an impressive offensive performance during the regular season finale in Hills Wednesday. H-BC ran the ball for 377 yards and seven touchdowns and compiled 521 yards worth of offense overall during a 61-14 drubbing of Fulda. The win left H-BC sporting a...
The Hills-Beaver Creek volleyball team made history Monday by winning the school’s first Red Rock Conference championship in Hills. H-BC rolled to a 3-0 win over Ellsworth to complete league play with a 10-0 record. Team members include (front row, from left) Avery Wysong, Mekayla Kolbrek, Courtney Kruger, Paige Tilstra, Olivia Richards, Hunter Harvey, (back) Ashley Esselink, Sidney Fick, coach Susan Bork, Avery Van Roekel, Jasmine Lingen, Megan Gehrke and Emma Baker
The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots completed their quest of capturing the Red Rock Conference volleyball championship Monday in Hills. Needing one more win to secure the title outright, the Patriots got it by coasting to a 3-0 victory over Ellsworth. The win capped a 10-0 RRC slate for the Patriots,...
The Hills-Beaver Creek football team bounced back from a disappointing loss in Edgerton Oct. 13 by routing Nicollet 60-7 Friday in Nicollet. The Patriots scored 60 unanswered points in the first three quarters of the game and went on to win by 53 points to up their record to 5-2. The victory set...
The Hills-Beaver Creek volleyball team moved to one victory away from capturing its first Red Rock Conference title in school history Thursday in Hills. Entertaining Fulda for a league match, their Patriots posted their ninth conference victory by rolling to a 3-0 win over the Raiders. H-BC...
The Hills-Beaver Creek volleyball team ran its Red Rock Conference record to 8-0 with a hard-fought win in Lamberton Oct. 11. Taking on a Red Rock Central team playing on its home floor, the Patriots were forced to play four sets to secure a 3-1 victory. H-BC pulled out a 25-23 win in the opening...

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