TLHS girls 3-8 with busy stretch of ball ahead

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TLHS girls 3-8 with busy stretch of ball ahead

Timber Lake’s Macey Bollinger (15) fires a jump shot while Stormi Hulm

(23) boxes out during their home game against RC Christian.

Photo by Jon Flatland

After suffering a trio of losses, the Timber Lake girls basketball team will carry a 3-8 overall record into a busy two week stretch that finds them playing seven games over the next 12 days.

The Lady Panthers will travel to New Underwood on Saturday for a 12 noon tip-off in a game that was re-scheduled from Jan. 17 due to a snowstorm. They then head into a three game homestand that finds them hosting Standing Rock on Monday, Mobridge-Pollock on Tuesday and Newell next Friday, Feb. 14. Timber Lake travels to Gettysburg on Saturday, Feb. 15, and will host Eureka-Bowdle on Monday, Feb. 17, and McIntosh on Tuesday, Feb. 18.

Wall 59 Timber Lake 53

Three Timber Lake players hit double figures, but it wasn’t enough to get past the Lady Eagles, who had four players of their own score in double figures and were able to hold off a late Lady Panther rally.

 

 

 

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