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Britton-Hecla’s Chase Mundt, left battled for the football against a Hamlin defender on Friday. The Braves hosts Florence-Henry for homecoming on Friday.

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Will Schuller, left, and Owen Symens are varsity runners for the Britton-Hecla cross country team this season. The Braves are at Aberdeen Roncalli Thursday and Deuel Monday.

Braves Remain Undefeated

Host F-H On Friday Britton-Hecla faced its stiffest test of the season to date but scored 26 points in the second half to roll to a 40-7 victory over Hamlin

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The Britton-Hecla cheerleaders hosted a Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) camp at the Britton-Hecla arena on Aug. 12-13. Harmony Mertens and Emma Storley were chosen as UCA All-American Cheerleaders based on their cheering, dancing, and jumping abilities.

Lions Roar Past North Border

The Langford Area football squad took a 16-0 lead against North Border in the first period on Friday and then exploded for 30 points in the second stanza on the

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Clark-Willow Lake football senior Stone Burke led the C-WL and Britton-Hecla football teams in prayer for B-H senior Christian Kirk who suffered a knee injury in the game. (Robyn Pearson photo)

Hamlin Comes To Town Friday

For the second straight week the Britton-Hecla football team chalked up 52 points on the scoreboard and posted a 52-6 win over Clark-Willow Lake on Friday. The win gives the

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Langford Area’s Ady Dwight recorded her 1,000th kill of her prep career last week. The senior is ranked among the top Class B players in the state.

Dwight Gets 1,000th Kill

Langford Area’s volleyball squad opened its season with a three-set sweep over Waverly-South Shore last week Tuesday and in the process senior standout Ady Dwight recorded her 1,000th career kill.


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