Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

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Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

Timber Lake’s Stormi Hulm snares a rebound during the Lady Panthers’ home contest versus Newell.

Photo by Robert Slocum

Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory
Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

Photo by Robert Slocum

Panther junior varsity players (L-R) Nate Schaffer, Brandt Ducheneaux, Brady Sandquist, Jaiden Ducheneaux and Sawyer Holzer play defense against Newell.

Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

Photo by Robert Slocum

Aidan Rough Surface grabs a rebound during a junior high boys home game.

Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

Photo by Robert Slocum

Maci Maher shoots over a Newell defender during their game last week.

Lady Panthers improve to 6-11 with OT victory

Photo by Patty Peacock

Floyd Traversie lays in two points for Dupree at their game at St. Francis, which the Tigers lost 88-61,

Regionals upcoming

The Lady Panthers won two of their last three outings, including a thrilling overtime victory against North Central (Eureka/Bowdle) on Monday, to improve to 6-11 overall on the season.

Timber Lake hosted Tiospaye Topa on Tuesday and finishes out its regular season schedule by welcoming Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Friday.

The hard-fought wins helped the Lady Panthers move ahead of Harding County in the Region 8 standings. Faith, at 16-2 and ranked No. 4 in the state, sits atop the regional ranks. Newell follows at 12-5 and Dupree sits in third with a 13-6 mark. Wakpala is currently 13-2, followed by Lemmon at 9-10 on the season and Timber Lake.

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