Langford Area junior Ady Dwight had 31 points and 15 rebounds and scored the 1,000th point of her prep career to lead the Lady Lions to a 59-25 victory over
Britton-Hecla trailed by just five at halftime but Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, ND, pulled away in the final two periods to post a 37-24 win on Saturday. The loss dropped the Lady Braves
Four of Britton-Hecla’s six wrestlers placed in a tournament held in Webster on Saturday. Levi Boyko placed second at 145 pounds, while Zack Strong at 138, Chase Mundt at 160,
Eli Kadoun, son of Jim and Michelle Kadoun, took first place in the 145-pound division at the 37-team Rapid City Invitational wrestling tournament earlier this month. Teams from North and South Dakota, Wyoming, and Colorado competed in the event. Kadoun is the grandson of Gerald and Darlene Dinger, Carlene Pierson, the late Bill Kadoun, and Paula Olson.
The Langford Area boys basketball team closed out its pre-Christmas schedule with its best effort of the season. The Lions roared to a 46-15 halftime lead on the way to
Britton-Hecla and Groton Area engaged in a three-point shootout in boys basketball action last week Tuesday, and when the smoke cleared the Tigers came away with a 70-62 victory. The