South Dakota’s first river otter trapping season opened on Nov. 1.
This play drew some discussion from Langford Area fans in the first round of the Class 9B football playoffs on Friday. Kade Larson tried to make a pass reception while a Wolsey-Wessington defender had a hold of an arm (white gloves), and no penalty was called. The Lions dropped a 44-0 decision and finished the year with a 6-3 record. (Jenn Gustafson Photo)
Top-ranked Wolsey-Wessington jumped out to a 30-0 halftime lead and blanked Langford Area 44-0 in first round play of the Class 9B football playoffs in Wolsey on Friday.
The pieces of the puzzle are beginning to come together for a young Britton-Hecla volleyball squad, and now Coach Emily Hrabik is looking for some consistency as her team prepares for postseason play.
Britton-Hecla coach Jacob Skogstad talked strategy with his day due to a winter storm and piles of snow can be seen in the players at Ipswich on Friday. The game was postponed for a end zone.
Colby Carlson closed in on Kaden Hix of Ipswich-Edmunds Central in the first round of the Class 9A football playoffs in Ipswich on Friday.
Well-wishers held a “Go Big Red” sign across Britton’s Main Wade, Sherri Jensen, Robyn Pearson, Misty Fredrickson, Nicole Street on Friday as the Britton-Hecla football team left for its Class Stiegelmeier, and Karli Zuehlke. Ipswich-Edmunds Central 9A playoff opener in Ipswich. From left to right are Shantelle ended the Braves season with a 52-0 victory.
On a cold night at Ipswich nothing went right for the Britton-Hecla football team in a 52-0 loss in the first round of the Class 9A playoffs.
Langford Area sixth grader Brooke Dwight completed her cross country season last week Tuesday at the Aberdeen Central Middle School Invite, finishing eighth in a field of 19 sixth grade girls, most of them Aberdeen runners.