Hills-Beaver Creek Sports

The Hills-Beaver Creek track teams opened the 2016 season at the Dan Lennon Invitational staged at the Dakota Dome in Vermillion, South Dakota, March 29. The Patriots competed in the Class B version of the event along with athletes from four different states. H-BC produced a decent showing that...
Weather permitting, all of the spring sports teams from the Star Herald coverage area will make their 2016 debuts in the next seven days. Mother Nature could throw a wrench into the mix, but decent weather could allow all of the area track, baseball, softball, tennis and golf programs to open the...
H-BC’s Avery Van Roekel (left) and Sidney Fick (middle) made the 2015-16 All-Red Rock Conference Girls’ Basketball Team. Grace Bundesen (right) drew honorable mention.
Seven athletes from the Star Herald coverage area raked in postseason honors from Red Rock Conference officials. Two Hills-Beaver Creek players and one each from Adrian and Ellsworth made the 2015-16 All-Red Rock Conference Girls’ Basketball Team. One player each from H-BC, Adrian and Ellsworth...
Coach honored A head coach from the Star Herald coverage area was named the South Section 3A Girls’ Basketball Coach of the Year during Friday’s championship game at Southwest Minnesota State in Marshall. Kale Wiertzema, who recently completed his third consecutive season and fourth season overall...
Hills-Beaver Creek’s Zach Scholten (middle) and Cooper Vaughn (right) made the 2015-16 All-Red Rock Conference Boys’ Basketball Team. Isaiah Vis (left) drew honorable mention.
Athletes from the Star Herald coverage area drew recognition for their efforts on the basketball court over the winter. Three members of the Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball program and two each from Adrian and Ellsworth drew honors from Red Rock Conference officials. Two players from H-BC and...
The boys’ and girls’ state basketball tournaments remain to be played, but the 2015-16 winter sports season came to an end for me with the conclusion of the state wrestling tournament Feb. 27. The annual four-month odyssey included attending 81 events involving teams from Luverne, H-BC, Adrian and...
H-BC's Kourtney Rozeboom tossed in eight points during Saturday's tournament loss to HL-O in Worthington.
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls became a victim in an upset during the quarterfinal round of the South Section 3A Basketball Tournament Saturday in Worthington. Although the Patriots and Heron Lake-Okabena split games during the regular season, H-BC inherited the favorite role based on its third seed...
H-BC junior Zach Scholten scored 14 points and collected 11 rebounds during Tuesday's season-ending loss to MCC.
The 2015-16 basketball season came to an end for the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots during the semifinal round of the South Section 3A Tournament Tuesday in Worthington. Fourth-seeded H-BC put up a good fight against No. 1 Murray County Central in the first half, but the second half belonged to the...
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls’ basketball team ended the regular season in disappointing fashion Monday in Edgerton. After falling behind early in the game, the Patriots put together an impressive rally in the second half to open a nine-point advantage against the Edgerton Flying Dutchmen. Edgerton...
H-BC's Stuart Plimpton and Drew Forshey (right) pressure a Red Rock Central during Saturday's tournament game in Windom.
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team passed its first test of the South Section 3A Basketball Tournament Saturday in Windom. H-BC, the tournament’s fourth seed, experienced a slow start during a game with No. 5 Red Rock Central. The Patriots recovered nicely by outscoring the Falcons 55-40...

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