Six Timber Lake High School football players and players from other schools have been named to the 2014 Little Moreau Conference teams. Named to the LMC All- Conference team are: Tanner Kraft, Jett Peterson, Aaron Holzer, Nicholas Bad Warrior, all of Timber Lake; Layton Hendrickson and Tucker Watson-Veal, Bison; Gereth Bushong, Tyler Hohenberger, Josh Afdahl, Wyatt Schuelke, Chance Escott, Faith; Windon Hewson, Harley Mollman, Clayton Koch, Zion Powell, Sam Podzimec, Jarett Jenson, Harding County; Tyler Heil, Dirk Wolf, Braydon Peterson, Lemmon/ McIntosh; Wacey Boylan, Cyler Dowling, Newell.
Timber Lake’s hopes to advance to the state volleryball tournament were spoiled last Tuesday, November 11 by the Harding County Ranchers, who knocked off the Lady Panthers in three sets to capture the Region 8 championship. The two teams had met twice during the regular season, with Harding County claiming victories in both contests
Dewey County 4-H members, families and guests gathered Sunday, November 16 at the Timber Lake Community Center to celebrate their individual accomplishments for 2014. Dewey County 4-H members competed in county, regional and
state events from January through September to win these awards
The Timber Lake Panthers captured their second consecutive District 15B volleyball championship last Thursday night, cruising past McLaughlin in straight sets to advance to the Region 8 tournament. The victory lifted Timber Lake to 16-15 for the season
The Timber Lake Panthers’ recent win streak stopped at four games last Thursday when they dropped a 3-0 volleyball decision to Harding County. The Ranchers swept the match by scores of 15-25, 18-25 and 17-25. The loss dropped the Panthers to 14-15 overall on the season.
The Timber Lake Panthers will play in the District 15B volleyball championship match Thursday, Nov. 6 at McLaughlin. Top-seeded Timber Lake defeated Dupree 3 sets to 0 on Tuesday during the first night of the tournament. On the other side of the bracket, #3 McLaughlin beat #2 McIntosh to advance to the finals.
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.