The Lady Panthers took eighth place in the 1600 meter relay, putting up a time of 4:54.41.In boys action, Jacob Alley claimed sixth place in the 1600 meter run by finishing in 5:22.08 while the Panthers 3200 meter relay team ran to a third place finish with a time of 10 minutes even.
Sal Jewett ran to a pair of sixth place finishes to lead the Timber Lake girls track team while Jacob Alley posted a sixth place finish forthe Panther boys at the Eureka Lions Meet on Tuesday, May 5.Jewett claimed sixth place in both the 100 meter and 300 meter hurdles, posting times of 19:35.7 and 56:19.7, respectively.
The Boston Marathon has been a goal for many runners across the world. Earning a spot was a dream I have had since I began running 12 years ago. How do you earn a spot in the Boston Marathon, you might ask? Well, you have to run a specific time according to your age on a certified marathon course.
Timber Lake High School winners at the Northwest Area Schools Academic Olympics held in Timber Lake on April 22 were L-R: Elsie DuBray, Cody Marshall, Whitley Dupris, and Toni Mayer. Elsie placed 5th in English I and 4th in Physical Science. Cody Marshall won 5th for Individual High Points for his two first places in World History and Computer Applications. Whitley placed 5th in Algebra II and 3rd in Geometry. Toni won 4th for Individual High Points for her 4th place in English IV, 4th in Physics, and 1st in Senior Math.
The Timber Lake boys relay teams ran to top three finishes in three different events to lift the Panthers to seventh place overall at the Mobridge-Pollock Rotary Track Meet in Mobridge on April 17. Timber Lake was second in the 4x800 relay with a time of 9:58.27 and finished third in both the 4x200 and medley relays, posting times of 1:46.78 and 4:21.24, respectively.
Sal Jewett posted a pair of first place finishes to lead the Timber Lake Lady Panthers to a sixth place finish at the Mobridge-Pollock Rotary Track Invitational in Mobridge on April 17. Jewett claimed top honors in both the 100 and 300 meter hurdle events to bring home the first gold medals of the season for the Timber Lake squad, turning in times of 18.96 seconds and 59.58 seconds, respectively. Mobridge-Pollock won the event with 162 points, followed by Sully Buttes with 137 and McIntosh at 80. Eureka-Bowdle scored 56 points, Standing Rock-Fort Yates was next with 55 and Timber Lake charted 48 points. Leola, Ipswich, McLaughlin, Edmunds Central and Wakpala rounded out the field.
The Timber Lake 7th and 8th grade girls traveling basketball team finished their season with a first place trophy at the Dairy Queen Classic in March at Mobridge, a second place trophy at the Spearfish Classic March 28 & 29, and 4th place at the Pacesetter Tournament in Huron on April 11. Team members are FRONT (L-R): Lexy White, Macey Bollinger, Lorenda
Long, Ashton Nehl, Gavin White, and Coach Jae White; BACK: Coach Ronda Nehl, Cooper Marshall, LaShae Nash, Georgi Mendoza.