Britton-Hecla was able to participate in its second outdoor meet of the season at the Sisseton Twilight Meet on Friday. Yesterday (Tuesday) the local thinclads hosted the Orville Pfitzer Relays,
Britton-Hecla golfers finally teed it up for the first time on Friday at Hamlin in the Northeast Conference meet and now have less than two weeks to prepare for the
A total of 645 South Dakota youth competed in Fort Pierre in the recent 2019 annual 4-H State BB Gun Tournament, and Marshall County Sharpshooter Erika Symens placed first out
Members of the Marshall County Archery Team in front left to right are Jaxon Zuehlke, Canyon Brassfield, Annika Tank, Tiana Tank, Karlie Zuehlke, Emily Effling, Taryn Kraft, and Daynika Zuehlke. Second row Reina Koop, Janea Koop, Maddix Delbrune, Sterling Brassfield, Treyton Biel, and Maddie Biel. Back row Coach Orrie Jesz, Faith Small, Riley Jones, Carter Effling, Kasi Olson, Cassidy Biel, McKaelyn Zuehlke, Coach Megan Biel, Isaak Jesz, and Coach Ryan Biel. Not pictured are Brooklynn Bosse, Carter Chapin, Colton Chapin, Carter Dawson, Maddison Golden, Addysen Grupe, Jaelee Grupe, Mallory Grupe, Lola Hermes, Amelia Ingvalson, Orlando Koop, Ashlynn Kraft, Dylan Kraft, Ian Kyar, Katlyn Kyar, Haden Malpert, Kya McLaen, Adeline Piehl, Lorelei Piehl, Brynlee Schmeig, Emmett Symens, and Coach Kent Weiker.
Marshall County Youth Archery participated in the South Dakota State 4-H shoot this past weekend. Of the team’s 42 members, 33 qualified to shoot at state and 14 qualified for
Zander Widener of Langford Area went over the final hurdle on the way to winning the 300-meter hurdle event at Sisseton on Friday.
Britton-Hecla senior Kylie Carlson soared into the pit in the long jump at the Legion Relays in Sisseton on Friday.
Mother Nature finally cooperated and the Langford Area track squad was able to get in a pair of outdoor meets during the past week. Coach Taylor Reints’ crew competed in