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Jenna (Vrchota) Nordquist, second from left, returned to Britton-Hecla Arena as an assistant coach for the Tri-State girls basketball team on Friday. The B-H grad had a standout prep career for the Lady Braves.

Area Girls Set For Postseason

The Langford Area girls basketball team will be the number one seed and will host a quarterfinal game of the Region 1B tournament on Tuesday, while Britton-Hecla will open postseason

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Senior guard Cole Fosness of Britton-Hecla got this shot up around a Sisseton defender in the Braves 64-60 win. Fosness had eight threepointers and 30 points to lead the Braves.

Braves Win Five Of Last Eight Games

Britton’s Hecla’s boys basketball team has served notice that it could be a force to be reckoned with in postseason play thanks to five wins in its past eight outings.

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Britton-Hecla’s Jayden Bender launched this shot at the buzzer against Sisseton last week Tuesday.

Lady Braves Come Close Twice

The Britton-Hecla girls basketball team battled down to the wire in two of its three games in the past week but wasn’t able to get into the win column. Aberdeen

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Britton-Hecla eighth grader Sterling Mertens qualified for the Class A state gymnastics meet in balance beam, the uneven parallel bars, and vault by placing among the top 40 in the state in regional competition. She will compete at Aberdeen Central on Saturday.

Mertens Qualifies For State Meet

Eighth grader Sterling Mertens will represent the Britton-Hecla gymnastics team at the Class A state meet in Aberdeen on Saturday. Mertens qualified for state individual competition in the uneven parallel

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