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Beulah names Brandt, Petrik new coaches

Beulah High School announced Monday that Jeremy Brandt will succeed Doug Olson as the Miners' head boys basketball coach. Olson is retiring from education after serving Beulah in many coaching positions and as a science instructor. Jeremy has bee...

Beulah High School announced Monday that Jeremy Brandt will succeed Doug Olson as the Miners' head boys basketball coach.

Olson is retiring from education after serving Beulah in many coaching positions and as a science instructor.

Jeremy has been the head coach in Bottineau for the past nine years and has a record of 201-132. He will be teaching business education.

Jim Petrik was also named as the head girls basketball coach and will be student teaching in Beulah. Petrik succeeds Clarence Winfrey, who coached the Miners the past two seasons.

Petrik played basketball at Bismarck State College and at the University of Mary and has been coaching at Wing High School for the past two seasons.

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