Langford Area’s volleyball team saw its season come to an end in a battle with Warner for a SoDak 16 spot on Thursday, but it didn’t end without a fight.
When the going gets tough, the tough get going. That time-worn phrase maybe best describes the Britton-Hecla football team this season as the Braves overcame another big obstacle in the
Both Britton-Hecla and Canistota-Freeman will be seeking to return to the Class 9A throne when they clash at Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium on the South Dakota State University campus on
ers in the final regular season match last week Tuesday. Britton-Hecla’s McKaelyn Zuehlke powered a spike past a pair of Sisseton defend-
The Britton-Hecla volleyball team was introduced prior to their regular season finale against Sisseton last week Tuesday. Team members from left to right are McKaelyn Zuehlke, Alyssa James, Katee Freeman, Emma Storley, Jenna Werner, Amanda Strong, Jaden Jenkins, Regan Ringkob, Kadence Haug, Ellie Feldhaus,, McKenzie Anderson, and McKenna Carlson.
The success of a season is not always measured by the win-loss record, and Britton-Hecla volleyball coach Emily Hrabik was proud of what her squad accomplished. The Lady Braves saw
Prior to last Thursday’s Class 9A quarterfinal football playoff game, Burke coach Mike Sebern said he was concerned about Britton-Hecla’s offensive explosiveness, and that concern proved to be wellfounded in