After a successful first year, the Angel Tree and the Marshall County Food Pantry Christmas Store are joining forces once again. The Angel Tree, located at First Savings Bank, will
Langford Area’s Hayden Reints has been named to the Class 9A All-State football team. Reints, a 5-7, 205, junior, was named to a fullback/halfback spot on the offensive unit. He
Britton-Hecla head football coach Pat Renner was interviewed prior to the Class 9A championship game on Thursday. Following the game Renner announced that he was stepping down as the Braves’ head coach.
A total of $700 was raised to help fight cancer during the Britton-Hecla High School “Go Pink” activities. From left to right are volleyball player Jaden Jenkins, and player and Student Council representative Emma Storley who presented a check to Marshall County Relay For Life co-chairs Cleo Symens and Carol Jones.
Twenty-two years ago Pat Renner first stood on the sidelines as a Britton-Hecla assistant coach for Head Coach Fran Reusink. Thursday, after guiding his team to a Class 9A runner-up
Britton-Hecla and Canistota-Freeman agreed prior to Thursday’s Class 9A championship football game to honor injured Braves’ quarterback Trevor Zuehlke on the first play of the game with no quarterback in the backfield. A delay of game penalty was called and declined by Canistota-Freeman.
Britton-Hecla players held helmets high as they sang the school Fight Song following their state championship battle with Canistota-Freeman on Thursday. Coach Pat Renner, who announced his retirement following the game, was holding up Trevor Zuehlke’s helmet in honor of the injured quarterback/linebacker.
Britton-Hecla’s football team set up for the first play of the Class 9A championship game on Thursday without a quarterback, and after Canistota-Freeman won its second straight state title 46-34,
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.