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Warner Denies Lions

Langford Area football coach Paul Raasch talked strategy with quarterback Colin Frey in recent gridiron action. The Lions host Estelline-Hendricks on Friday in their final regular season home contest before traveling to Waverly-South Shore.

Warner Denies Lions

Warner jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 38-6 victory over Langford Area on Friday in a football contest that decided the Lake Region Conference championship.

Wins Elusive, But Bright Spots For B-H Netters

Britton-Hecla junior McKenna Carlson was about to execute a set in recent volleyball action. The Lady Braves wrap up a stretch of five straight road matches this week and will be back home against Milbank on Thursday, Oct. 17.

Wins Elusive, But Bright Spots For B-H Netters

The Britton-Hecla volleyball team does not yet have a win this season, but Coach Emily Hrabik continues to see improvement from her young club. The Lady Braves fell to Redfield-Doland

B-H Grid Squad Stays Perfect

Britton-Hecla junior Trevor Zuehlke was closing in on a Dakota Hills runner Matt Amdahl from his linebacker position in Friday’s 40-20 Braves’ victory. Zuehlke topped the tackle chart with six stops, ran for 139 yards from his quarterback spot and passed for 97, scored one touchdown rushing, and passed for three more.

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B-H Grid Squad Stays Perfect

The Britton-Hecla football team trailed for the first time this season against Dakota Hills (Waubay, Summit, Wilmot) on Friday but proceeded to score 26 straight points on the way to

Conference Title On Line

Langford Area’s Benton West went high to grab this pass from quarterback Colin Frey against Faulkton on Friday. The Lions will travel to Warner on Friday in a battle to decide the Lake Region Conference champion.

Conference Title On Line

The stage is set for a Lake Region Conference showdown on Friday that will decide the league champion. Langford Area (4-1) rolled past Faulkton 37-8 on Friday and Warner (4-1)

B-H Netters Oh-So-Close

Britton-Hecla senior Emma Storley powered this spike past a pair of Deuel defenders in volleyball action on Thursday. The Lady Braves are in the midst of five straight matches on the road and won’t be back home until Oct. 17.

B-H Netters Oh-So-Close

Although the win-loss record doesn’t reflect it, Britton-Hecla volleyball coach Emily Hrabik thinks her team is on the right track. The Lady Braves, now 0-12, came oh-so-close to their first

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