Britton-Hecla grad Dallas Goedert, who now plays in the NFL for the Philadelphia Eagles, was decked out in Braves gear when he gave a pep talk to the student body at a pep fest prior to Friday’s football semifinal game.

Goedert: First Half Of NFL Season ‘Incredible’

He’s just getting started on his NFL career, but Dallas Goedert feels like he is in a good place halfway through his inaugural season. The 2013 Britton-Hecla graduate and South

Britton-Hecla cheerleaders led a pep fest prior to the Braves’ semifinal game on Friday. From left to right are Harmony Mertens, Delaney Pruitt, Emma Storley, Ashlynn Kraft, Jaden Jenkins, and Kasi Olson.

Langford Area junior Chesney Olson re- Region 1B semifinals played in Aberdeen corded her 1,000th career assist in the on Thursday.

SPORTS B-H Dream Of Repeat Dashed

Britton-Hecla saw its 21-game win streak and its dream of repeating as Class 9A state champions come to an end in a hard-fought 12-8 semifinal loss to Howard on Friday.

Jaidyn Roehr, left, and Peris Fellows, right, yelled “OUT” as Madison made sure she didn’t touch the ball in Region 1B play Monday night. The three seniors, along with teammate Mya Hagenson, played their final game as the Lady Braves lost a three-set decision. Britton-Hecla finished its season with a 5-20 season mark.

Lady Braves Fall In 1B

As they have done all season long, the Britton-Hecla volleyball squad put up a valiant battle but struggled to score elusive final points in a three-set loss to Great Plains

This scene of Stanley Haskins, Jr. running for the end zone was junior runningback ran for 265 yards on just seven carries and a common one against Corsica-Stickney Thursday night. The scored five touchdowns in the contest.

Braves Seeking Dome Repeat

The Britton-Hecla football team is one game away from its second straight trip to the South Dakota Class 9A championship game. Coach Pat Renner’s crew sent last year’s title game


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