Timber Lake’s 3200 meter relay and 1600 meter relay team will compete at the State Track Meet in Sioux Falls. L-R are Clay Lindskov, Nick Bad Warrior, Ethan Aberle, and Kurt Salzer. Nick also qualified in the open 800 meter run.
Eight Timber Lake High School tracksters competed and qualified for state on May 22, at the regional meet in Lemmon. The top two teams or people qualified in each race. The state track meet will be held in Sioux Falls on May 30 and 31. In the girls 4x8, Morgan Ducheneaux, Mary Aberle, Lexy White, and Lorenda Long finished second with a time of 11:36.40 to qualify for state.
Lane Roettele of Aberdeen placed second with this ride at the Dewey County 4-H Rodeo on Sunday.
The 2014 Dewey County 4-H Rodeo was held on Sunday, May 25 at the Timber Lake Rodeo Arena. 4-H contestants and volunteers converged ready for the first 4-H Rodeo of the season in South Dakota. The event winners who qualified for the State 4-H Rodeo Finals are listed below.
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.