Britton-Hecla’s volleyball squad boasts just three upperclassmen and three letterwinners on this year’s roster, but fourth-year coach Emily Hrabik is hoping that blend of youth and experience will be a
Ten returning starters give Britton-Hecla a strong nucleus heading into the 2019 season which opens in Waverly on Friday. In front left to right are Chase Mundt, Dawson Wade, Trevor Zuehlke, Mason Jones, and Wyatt Bray. Back row Andrew James, Tyson Morris, Nick Nelson, Stanley Haskins, Jr., and Cole Fosness.
Fans and coaches alike are excited to see this year’s version of the Britton-Hecla Braves football team take to the field for its highly-anticipated 2019 campaign. After a first-week bye,
As a new year began for the South Dakota High School Activities Association’s board of directors, it decided to continue the work it started in the past year on the
Area youth competed in the SD state 4-H rodeo finals held last weekend in Fort Pierre. Over 550 contestants competed. From left to right are Harmony Mertens, Senior Poles; Kyla Macconnell, Senior Barrels; Kadence Haug, Senior Barrels; Ty Fagerland, Junior Bulls; Mason Jones, Senior Bulls; and in front Tucker Mertens, Junior Bulls.
Langford Area fall sports will kick off their campaigns in the coming week. The football squad will host Herreid-Selby for its season opener on Friday at 7 p.m., and the
The Britton Country Club hosted its youth-adult golf tournament last week. Bowen and Aaron Micko topped the age 5-8 field with a nine-hole score of 52, Jaelee and Craig Grupe