Hills-Beaver Creek Sports

H-BCs Trenton Bass puts up a shot in the paint during Tuesday's 71-40 loss in Pipestone.
The Hills-Beaver Creek boys’ basketball team opened the 2015-16 season in a disappointing way Nov. 25 in Pipestone. After playing with the lead for a good share of the game’s first 12 minutes, H-BC was outscored 61-23 in the final 25:37 of a 71-40 setback. Surrendering the first two points of the...
Seven members of the Hills-Beaver Creek High School football program drew postseason honors from the South District Western Division coaches last week. Stuart Plimpton (front, left), Zach Scholten (back, second left), Logan Leuthold (front, middle), Isaiah Vis (front, right) and Cooper Vaughn (back, right) made the All-SDWD Football Team. Trenton Bass (back, left) and Drew Forshey (back, second right) drew honorable mention honors.
Seven players and the coach of the Hills-Beaver Creek High School football team received postseason honors of their accomplishments in 2015. Five Patriots made the 2015 All-South District Western Division Football Team, and two more players landed honorable mention honors. H-BC coach Rex Metzger...
Wysong states intentions Avery Wysong, a Hills-Beaver Creek High School sophomore, gave a verbal commitment to play college softball at North Dakota State University in Fargo over the weekend. Wysong, who moved to Hills over the summer with her family, will play under scholarship for NDSU’s...
Three members of the Hills-Beaver Creek High School volleyball program received postseason honors last week. Avery Van Roekel (middle) and Jasmine Lingen (right) made the 2015-All Red Rock Conference Volleyball Team. Sydney Fick (left) received honorable mention honors.
Six athletes from the Star Herald coverage area raked in postseason honors from Red Rock Conference officials last week. Two area athletes made the 2015 All-Red Rock Conference Volleyball Team. Four more local individuals received honorable mention honors from the league’s coaches. Hills-Beaver...
H-BC's Jasmine Lingen recorded 11 kills and four blocks during Friday's tournament loss to Windom in Worthington.
The 2015 volleyball season came to an end Friday in Worthington for the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots. H-BC, the seventh-seed for the South Section 3A Tournament, took on No. 2 Windom during the event’s quarterfinal round. The Patriots were unable to advance to the semifinals as the Eagles saddled H-...
Adrian Kasie Tweet (1) spikes the ball as H-BC blockers Jasmine Lingen (left) and Sydney Fick (right) challenge the Dragon during Tuesday's tournament match in Hills.
The Hills-Beaver Creek girls reached the quarterfinals of the South Section 3A Volleyball Tournament by winning an opening-round match against Adrian Oct. 27 in Hills. H-BC, the tournament’s seventh seed, squared off against No. 10 Adrian with a trip to Friday’s quarterfinals on the line. The seeds...
Two volleyball teams scheduled to meet in the opening round of postseason play squared off in the regular season finale Thursday in Adrian. The Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots took on the Adrian Dragons in Adrian. The night belonged to H-BC, which outscored AHS 75-45 during a 3-0 victory. H-BC ends the...
H-BC's Courtney Kruger fields a serve in front of Tessa Klarenbeek during Tuesday's 3-0 win in Ellsworth.
A pair of volleyball teams from the Star Herald coverage locked horns in a Red Rock Conference clash Oct. 20 in Ellsworth. The Ellsworth Panthers entertained the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots for a late-season match. The night belonged to the Patriots, who outscored the hosts 75-49 during a 3-0...
Hills-Beaver Creek defender Trenton Bass moves in on an Edgerton-Ellsworth receiver before breaking up a pass during the second quarter of Saturday’s playoff game in Hills.
The 2015 football season for the Hills-Beaver Creek Patriots came to a stunning end in Hills Saturday. H-BC, the No. 1 seed for the Section 3 Nine-Man Football Playoffs, locked horns with No. 4 Edgerton-Ellsworth in the tournament’s semifinals. The Patriots defeated E-E 22-6 during the regular...
The Hills-Beaver Creek volleyball team upped its record to 11-12 with a victory in Edgerton. Taking on Edgerton in a non-conference clash, the Patriots came up on the winning end of a 3-1 decision. The teams split sets to open the night. H-BC took the opener 25-16, while the Flying Dutchmen...

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