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Britton-Hecla freshman Chloe Furman dribbled the ball on a fastbreak against second-ranked Warner on Monday.

Lady Braves Drop Pair

Britton-Hecla’s girls basketball team dropped a pair of games during the past week and now faces a rugged schedule to wrap up regular season play. Coach MJ Hrabik’s crew played

Britton-Hecla junior forward Andrew James battled Warner’s Spencer Ketterling for the basketball during the Braves 40-37 loss to the Monarchs on Monday. James led the Braves in rebounding with seven boards as the local cages fell to 8-7 on the year.

Tough Fourth Quarter Lets Warner Off Hook

Britton-Hecla’s boys basketball squad remained above the .500 mark for the season by splitting a pair of contests during the past week. Coach Bill Meyer’s crew dropped a tight 40-37

Britton-Hecla sophomore Taylor Storbakken, left, and senior Kylie Carlson qualified for the state gymnastics individual competition in Brookings on Saturday. Both gymnasts also advanced to the state meet a year ago.

Two Gymnasts State Qualifiers

Two Britton-Hecla gymnasts earned spots in the Class A state meet to be held at the Brookings Swiftel Center on Friday and Saturday. Senior Kylie Carlson will compete in floor

The Britton-Hecla gymnastics squad will host the Region 1A meet on Thursday. Members of the squad this season in front left to right are Kya McLaen, McKenna Heer, and Heather Storbakken. Second row Cambry Dinger, Taylor Storbakken, Kylie Carlson, Ashlynn Kraft, and Emily Strong. Back row Coach Angela Grupe, Brooklyn Rein, Sterling Mertens, Kaegan Fredrickson, Emma Kraft, Maggie Kilker, and Assistant Coach Tyra Gefroh.

Gymnasts Will Host Regional On Thursday

The Britton-Hecla gymnastics squad has shown steady improvement throughout the year, and now Coach Angela Grupe’s charges hope they have saved their best for last. The Lady Braves will host

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