The Britton-Hecla football team will be seeking its second straight unbeaten regular season when it travels to oncebeaten Warner on Friday for a 7 p.m. matchup. Neither the Braves nor
Warner jumped out to a 22-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 38-6 victory over Langford Area on Friday in a football contest that decided the Lake Region Conference championship.
The Britton-Hecla volleyball team does not yet have a win this season, but Coach Emily Hrabik continues to see improvement from her young club. The Lady Braves fell to Redfield-Doland
Britton-Hecla junior Trevor Zuehlke was closing in on a Dakota Hills runner Matt Amdahl from his linebacker position in Friday’s 40-20 Braves’ victory. Zuehlke topped the tackle chart with six stops, ran for 139 yards from his quarterback spot and passed for 97, scored one touchdown rushing, and passed for three more.
The Britton-Hecla football team trailed for the first time this season against Dakota Hills (Waubay, Summit, Wilmot) on Friday but proceeded to score 26 straight points on the way to
The stage is set for a Lake Region Conference showdown on Friday that will decide the league champion. Langford Area (4-1) rolled past Faulkton 37-8 on Friday and Warner (4-1)