It’s been a difficult season for the Britton-Hecla volleyball squad that has managed just a 5-18 record heading into its regular season finale at Sisseton last night Tuesday. But everybody
Britton-Hecla had relied on a strong run game all year on the way to a perfect 8-0 regular season, but the Braves ramped it up a notch in a 66-20
Britton-Hecla’s “Big Three” all rushed for at least 100 yards and combined for a total of 472 yards on the ground in the Braves 66-20 first round playoff victory over Potter County on Thursday. From left to
right are Trevor Zuehlke, Stanley Haskins, Jr., and Cole Fosness. This week the local gridders will host Corsica-Stickney at 6 p.m. Thursday in a rematch of last year’s Class 9A state championship game.
A rematch of last year’s Class 9A championship football game will highlight state quarterfinal matchups on Thursday. Defending champion Britton-Hecla (9-0) will host Corsica-Stickney (5-4) at Hugh Schilling Field at
The Braves finished off their perfect regular season with a 47-7 victory over winless Great Plains Lutheran on Friday. Renner’s club jumped out to a 39-7 halftime lead and reserves
Britton-Hecla will open defense of its Class 9A football title by hosting Potter County (Gettysburg) on Thursday at 6:30 p.m. The unbeaten Braves have been ranked as the state’s number