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Britton-Hecla’s Dawson Treeby grabbed this pass that was just out of reach of a Wyndmere-Lidgerwood defender in a 38-20 junior high football victory on Monday. The young Braves stand 4-1 on the year and tangle with Tiospa Zina on Thursday.

Langford Area Netters Boost Season Mark To 8-2

The Langford Area volleyball squad won four of five matches during the past week, but fell just short of winning a tournament title at Ipswich on Saturday. The Lady Lions

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Britton-Hecla’s Mason Jones took on a pair of Florence-Henry defenders during the Braves 34-0 shutout on Friday. This Friday Coach Pat Renner’s crew travels to Clear Lake to tangle with Deuel in a battle of unbeatens. (Steen Photography Photo)

Battle Of Unbeatens Friday

It wasn’t the way fans and players were accustomed to starting out a football game, but Stanley Haskins, Jr. put the Braves back on the fast track on the way

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The Marshall County 4-H Trapshooting Team took first place in the trap division at the State 4-H Fall Shoot recently held in Mitchell. Team members in front left to right are Riley Jones, Carter Effling, and Kiera Bennett. Back row Dane Feldhaus, Haden Malpert, and Tynan Bennett.

Shooters Win State Title

The Marshall County 4-H Trapshooting Team brought home a state championship from the recent 4-H Fall Shoot in Mitchell. The local shooters won the trap division in the senior division

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Britton-Hecla’s Chase Mundt, left battled for the football against a Hamlin defender on Friday. The Braves hosts Florence-Henry for homecoming on Friday.

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Will Schuller, left, and Owen Symens are varsity runners for the Britton-Hecla cross country team this season. The Braves are at Aberdeen Roncalli Thursday and Deuel Monday.

Braves Remain Undefeated

Host F-H On Friday Britton-Hecla faced its stiffest test of the season to date but scored 26 points in the second half to roll to a 40-7 victory over Hamlin

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The Britton-Hecla cheerleaders hosted a Universal Cheerleaders Association (UCA) camp at the Britton-Hecla arena on Aug. 12-13. Harmony Mertens and Emma Storley were chosen as UCA All-American Cheerleaders based on their cheering, dancing, and jumping abilities.

Lions Roar Past North Border

The Langford Area football squad took a 16-0 lead against North Border in the first period on Friday and then exploded for 30 points in the second stanza on the

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