The Langford Area girls basketball team will be seeking the school’s first berth in the Class B state tournament in 30 years on Thursday.
With low numbers and just three high school players, the Britton-Hecla girls basketball team knew it would be in for a challenging season, but despite finishing 1-20, Coach MJ Hrabik has nothing but respect for what his girls accomplished.
Britton-Hecla’s Chase Mundt just missed qualifying for the Class B state tournament with a fifth place finish at 170 pounds in the Region 1B tourney on Saturday in Sisseton.
Britton-Hecla’s Joel James put up a shot over a Webster Area defender in the Braves regular season finale on Monday. Region 1B action begins in Webster on Monday.
Britton-Hecla’s boys basketball team split its final two games of the regular season and stands at 7-13, but records don’t look like they are going to mean much heading into the Region 1B tournament that begins in Webster on Monday.
Two Britton-Hecla wrestlers will be competing in the Region 1 Tournament in Sisseton on Saturday. From left to right are Chase Mundt and Jordan Dawson.
Britton-Hecla wrestlers competed in the South Dakota Middle School Wrestling Championship held in Pierre on Saturday. Over 450 matmen competed in the event. Those participating are not allowed to compete