A young Britton-Hecla gymnastics squad competed against some of the best in the state when it participated in the Hub City Invitational in Aberdeen on Saturday that included 12 Class
A short-handed Britton-Hecla girls basketball squad battled Mobridge-Pollock in its season opener on Saturday before falling 42-27. The Lady Braves have just six high school players on this year’s roster
After trailing for most of the first two periods, the Britton-Hecla boys basketball team grabbed a lead with a minute to play in the first half that it never gave
Britton-Hecla fifth graders participated in the Aberdeen YMCA Tournament. In front left to right are Mariah Tosse and Addy Grupe. Second row Eboni Jackson, Natalie Treeby, and Karlie Zuehlke. Back row Coach Emily Taylor, Izze James, Maddox Nickeson, Jordyn Nickeson, and Paisley Bray.
The Britton-Hecla third grade girls basketball team competed in the YMCA tournament last weekend. In front left to right are Ruthie Moeckly, Tiana Tank, Jiana Davidson, Jaelee Grupe, and Paityn Erickson. Back row Coach Lacey Erickson (filling in for the regular season coach Clay Erickson), Chellon Robinson, Elena Medina, Koryn Jones, and Baylee Bender.
The Langford Area girls and boys basketball teams will kick off their 2018-19 campaigns this week. A pair of home games are on the Lady Lions’ schedule this weekend. Leola-Frederick
Langford Area junior middle hitter Ady Dwight was recognized as an honorable mention Class B All-State volleyball player on Tuesday. Dwight led the Lady Lions to a 19-7 season mark