The Timber Lake track team participated in the Eureka Track Meet on Tuesday, May 6. Lexy White was 8th in the Girls 1600 Meter Run with a time of 6:32.60 and Victoria Daugaard was 12th with a time of 6:33.04. Victoria placed 8th in Girls 3200 Meter Run with a time of 17:55.56.
The Timber Lake Junior High tracksters competed in Lemmon on Saturday, May 9. They made a good showing at the meet. In the Girls 100 Meter Dash, 6th grader Olivia Linderman had a time of 16.41 and Macey Bollinger, also a 6th grader, had a time of 17.36.
Timber Lake tracksters participated in the Lemmon Track Meet on Saturday, May 3. The girls team finished 7th out of 10 teams and the boys finished 9th out of 10. Girls team rankings were 1. Lemmon; 2. Faith; 3. Mobridge-Pollock; 4. McIntosh; 5. Harding County; 6. Newell; 7. Timber Lake; 8. Bison; 9. Cheyenne-Eagle Butte; 10. Hettinger/Scranton.
Well, it’s May in South Dakota. The weather is warming up and fishing has been very good. The season never closes on the Missouri River, so it’s time to head to the middle of South Dakota. PLEASE NOTE: The walleye limit on Lake Oahe is 4 a day – 8 in possession. If you have any questions about limits or other regulations, please take a look at the fishing handbook, or view it online at http://gfp.sd.gov/fishing-boating/rules-regs.aspx.
For S.D. Newspaper Assn. In a wide-ranging conversation about football in South Dakota, Darren Paulson, Rapid City, said it best: "Football's its own animal." The president of the South Dakota High School Activities Association was referring to the near constant attention and tweaking that goes into the way the sport is structured in the state.
The TLHS golf team will travel to Lemmon for the Little Moreau Conference Meet on April 25. FRONT (L-R): Ty Ducheneaux, Trey Bollinger; BACK: Callie Schaffer, Cody Ward, Jett Peterson, Nathan Hollenbeck, Justin Lindskov, Jakways Mendoza, Layne Dupris, Coach Jordan Weisbeck.
The Timber Lake Junior High track team will compete in a meet at Eureka on April 25. FRONT (L-R): Kuper Heck, Macey Bollinger, Gracie Sandquist, Matthew Daugaard, Beau DuBray, Isaac Kraft; MIDDLE: Olivia Linderman, Lexi White, Lorenda Long, Morgan Ducheneaux, Chyanne Ducheneaux, Coach Megan Nash; BACK: Sierra Daugaard, Matty Harrison, Cooper Marshall, Tucker Kraft, Jackson Harrison, LaShae Nash, G.J. Castaneda.
The Timber Lake High School varsity track team will compete in their first meet of the season on Thursday, April 10 in Mobridge. FRONT (L-R): Mary Aberle, Sydnee Mettler, Kodi Traversie, Natalie Alley, Amanda Pateneaude, Danielle Quinn; MIDDLE: Sierra Daugaard, Al’x Marshall, Ethan Aberle, Tanner Linderman, A.J. Totton; BACK: Dylan Ducheneaux, Gage Jewett, Nicholas Bad Warrior, Adam Wiedmer, Kurt Salzer, and Clay Lindskov.
McLaughlin's Jordan Village Center tries to keep his dribble while a group of Timber Lake Panthers, including Nick Bad Warrior (2), Jacob Alley (10) and Clay Lindskov (3) play defense. McLaughlin defeated the Panthers Friday at Mobridge for the District 15B championship.
The McLaughlin Midgets captured the 2014 District 15B boys basketball championship last Friday with an impressive 80-61 victory over the Timber Lake Panthers. The Midgets advanced to the regional playoff (on March 11) while Timber Lake ended the season with an 11-12 overall record. While McLaughlin was a favorite to end up in the title matchup, the Panthers were somewhat of a surprise. After defeating Wakpala in the opening round of the tournament, Timber Lake battled its way into the finals by avenging two regular season losses to McIntosh with a 61-50 victory in semifinal play. The Midgets, meanwhile, cruised past Tiospaye Topa 93-43 in the semifinals to earn their championship game berth.