Led by Lexy White and Mary Aberle, the Timber Lake girls cross country team captured 10th place in the 18-team competition at the State Cross Country Meet in Huron last weekend. Ipswich won its third consecutive girls’ state championship, followed by Gayville-Volin, Freeman and Wolsey- Wessington in the team standings
The girls cross country team and one individual boy from Timber Lake qualified at the Region 4B meet last Wednesday and will compete in the South Dakota State Cross Country Meet in Huron. The state meet will be held on Saturday, October 25, with the Class B girls event scheduled to begin at 1 p.m. and the Class B boys race getting underway at 2 p.m.
Timber Lake claimed the opening set when it met Mobridge-Pollock in volleyball action on October 9, but the Tigers responded by winning the next three to claim a 3-1 non-conference win over the Panthers.
The Panther volleyball team added to its growing win column on September 23 with a 3-1 victory over McLaughlin. Timber Lake will face a pair of region and district rivals in the next week, traveling to McIntosh Thursday, October 2, and to Lemmon
Sophomore quarterback Sam Podzimek threw four touchdown passes and ran for a score to lead the top-ranked Harding County Ranchers past Timber Lake 54-26 Friday in the Panthers’ homecoming game. The loss dropped Timber Lake to
2-3 on the season while the Ranchers improved to 4-0
The Timber Lake Panthers gave a strong showing at the Gettysburg Cross County Invitational on Saturday, with the girls team earning a fourth place finish. The Panthers ran in the Faulkton Invitational on Wednesday and will compete at the Hoven Invitational on Saturday
The Timber Lake volleyball team got some good court experience Saturday at the annual Mobridge tournament, as the Panthers squeezed in four matches in one day and finished in fourth place. Timber Lake earned a victory over McIntosh and
lost to Mobridge in pool play. The Panthers lost to Leola-Frederick in the semifinals and to Cheyenne-Eagle Butte in the third place match.