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Britton-Hecla coaches are intently watching recent football action and have guided the Braves to a 4-2 record so far this season. Coaches from left to right are assistants Logan Kann and Carter Deutsch and head coach Jacob Skogstad.

Braves Boost Mark To 4-2

A 32-point second quarter explosion erased a 7-0 deficit and boosted Britton-Hecla to a 32-13 football victory over Dakota Hills in Waubay on Friday.

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Britton-Hecla’s Chloe Furman has been one of the Lady Braves’ most consistent servers this season.

B-H Net Squad Drops Three

The Britton-Hecla volleyball squad continued to be competitive with three opponents in the past week but is still searching for its first win of the season.

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The Britton-Hecla defensive unit strung out this play against Deuel on Friday. Defenders from left to right are Dane Feldhaus (12), Tucker Mertens (7), BoDell Davidson (9), Joel James (24), and Tate Carlstrom (26). The Braves meet Dakota Hills on Friday.

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The Deuel football team formed a “10” on the field for the National Anthem prior to Friday night’s football game at Hugh Schilling Field in honor of senior Trevor Zuehlke, who was named a co-captain of the squad this year but is still recovering from an injury suffered in a game late last season.

Game Of “What-Ifs” For Braves

It was a game of “what-ifs” for the Britton-Hecla football team.

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Langford Area senior Benny West fielded a punt and sprinted 60 yards for a touchdown in the Lions’ 52-8 win over Northwestern in their homecoming game on Friday.

Lions Roar Early In Big Homecoming Win

Seldom will you see a football team score in such a variety of ways and as quickly as Langford Area did in its 52-8 victory over Northwestern in Lake Region Conference play on Friday.

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