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Thu
16
May
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Panther boys, JH girls win team titles, Heck breaks school record in 800m

Carlie Lawrence hands off to LaShae Nash during the LMC meet in Lemmon.

Photo by Lisa Nash

Deb Ducheneaux poses with Kuper Heck, who broke his school record in the 800 meters.

Little Moreau Conference track meet

Timber Lake had a big day at the Little Moreau Conference track meet May 10 in Lemmon, including team championships for varsity boys and juior high girls. The junior high boys placed second and varsity girls were fourth. Senior Kuper Heck was one of many Panthers who won an individual event, as he made the 800 meters in 2:02.21. This time was a personal record, and also best for tops in Class B so far this season. Additionally, Heck’s mark broke the Timber Lake school record in the event, held by Deb Ducheneaux since 1993, and prequalified for state in the 800m.

Little Moreau Conference Track Meet - 5/10/2019 Lemmon, SD 57638 JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS Girls 100 Meter Dash Finals

1. Madilyn Bieber 14.92; 4. Abigail Linderman 15.70; 5. Kiya Mowrer, 15.73.

Girls 200 Meter Dash

 

Thu
09
May
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Timber Lake has strong Howard Wood outing

Timber Lake track competitors who went to the Howard Wood Dakota Relays (L-R) Beau DuBray, Jackson Harrison, Kuper Heck, Tucker Kraft, Isaac Kraft, Hank Kraft. NOT PICTURED is Shay Kraft.

The 94th Howard Wood Dakota Relays were held over the weekend in Sioux Falls, with several outstanding performances turned in by Panther track athletes.

The TLHS Boys Medley relay team (Hank Kraft, Jackson Harrison, Isaac Kraft, Kuper Heck) pre-qualified for the state meet with a time of 3:44.04, which is ranked first in Class B so far this season. It was the first time in school history the Panthers won an event at Howard Wood.

In the 4x200 event Hank Kraft, Tucker Kraft, Jackson Harrison, and Isaac Kraft ran to a time of 1:36.44 for 8th place.

In the 4x100, Hank Kraft, Tucker Kraft, Jackson Harrison and Isaac Kraft posted a 46.97 time for 9th place.

 

 

 

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Thu
02
May
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Instant replay heading to high school football, basketball

At its April meeting, the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors approved the first reading of two proposals that would allow officials to use instant replay in championship football and basketball games.

The use of instant replay would be severely limited in both sports.

In football it could be used on disputed scoring plays or to determine turnovers. In the last two minutes of the first half, it could be used to determine if a call impacted the status of the game clock.

In the final two minutes of the game or overtime, instant replay could be used to determine if a player was in bounds, if a catch or interception was made, when a ball is ruled dead in a loose ball situation, to determine the spot of the ball, to determine if a kick or pass was touched and if a call impacted the status of the clock.

Thu
02
May
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TL Junior High Track team competes at Mobridge April 26

Cole Ducheneaux leaps in the long jump.

Averie Marshall finishes the 100 meter dash.

Joie LeBeau runs the 100 meter dash.

Molly Miller gets ready to start.

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Thu
11
Apr
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Panthers at first outdoor meet: Heck breaks meet records, Krafts qualify for state

The Wall Invitational was held on Saturday, April 6 in Wall. The Panthers had a good day out on the track. Two meet records were broken by Timber Lake senior Kuper Heck in the 400 meter and 800 meter races. Isaac Kraft qualified in the triple jump and high jump events, and Shay Kraft also qualified in the triple jump event.

The Timber Lake boys finished second overall as a team with 93 total points.

In the men’s events, Timber Lake’s day was highlighted by senior Kuper Heck and his outstanding performances in the 400 and 800 meter runs in which he set meet records. Heck posted times of 52.88 seconds in the 400 meter and 2:07.53 in the 800 meter. Isaac Kraft also had a great meet, finishing first in the high jump event with a mark of 6’ and second in the triple jump with 40.7’. In addition to the triple jump and high jump events Kraft qualified in, he also finished in second place in the 200 meter dash with a final time of 23.94 seconds.

Thu
28
Mar
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Panther starting five earns all-conference honors

Trey Bollinger

Jackson Harrison

Isaac Kraft

Tucker Kraft

Brayden PayPay

2019 Boys’ Basketball Little Moreau Conference

1st Team

Jared Beckman—Bison Zack Anders-Harding County Peyton Anderson—Lemmon Tucker Kraft- Timber Lake Brayden Pay Pay—Timber Lake

 

 

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Thu
28
Mar
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Junior High Track

FRONT: Peyton Keller, Joie Le Beau, Jordan Jones, McKenzi Vomacka, Kiya Mowrer, and Meredith Maciejewski; 2ND ROW: Averie Marshall, Arianna Bieber, Kendyl Locken, Kenlea Heck, Nat Lawrence, Jasmine Nash, and Kessa Bigger; 3RD ROW: Coach Meagan Mettler, Carlie Lawrence, Shay Kraft, Cindy Hoyt, Nat Biegler, Abby Linderman, and Molly Miller; 4TH ROW: Gabe Keller, Kyler Bollinger, Gracen Hansen, Gavin Farlee, Cole Ducheneaux, and Landon Lemburg; 5TH ROW: Carter Keller, Slater Ducheneaux, Brady Sandquist, Wylee Keller, Caleb Bieber, Otto Red Bear, Shawn Quinn, and AJ Lindskov.

 

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Thu
21
Mar
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Huskies edge Panthers in 1st round heartbreaker

Isaac Kraft shoots a short jumper in the lane for two of his 14 points in first round action versus Bridgewater-Emery.

Coach Cody Lawrence talks with Isaac Kraft (10) while Brayden PayPay and Trey Bollinger wait to check in.

Photos by Sean Stafford

Jackson Harrison lays in two points.

It wasn’t the opening chapter Timber Lake had in mind, but it was classic Class B boys basketball Thursday night in Wachs Arena when #7 Bridgewater-Emery edged the #2 Panthers 55-54. Classic in the sense that both teams had their peaks and their valleys, both teams played hard and at the end of it there was respect on both sides.

The Huskies controlled the first half and led 33-20 at halftime, but the Panthers surged back in the second half and had several possessions in the final minutes with a chance to tie or take the lead. It wasn’t to be, however, as B-E clung to their ever-diminishing lead and advanced to the semifinals.

The Panthers outscored their opponents in the second, third and fourth quarters, but it was a 15-4 first quarter in favor of Bridgewater-Emery that established a deficit for TLHS.

 

 

Thu
21
Mar
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Panthers remind us that after the wins and losses, it’s about how you handle it all

High School basketball players from White River and Timber Lake shoveled and pushed to help strangers become unstuck from their hotel parking lot.

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Timber Lake’s Trey Bollinger moves to pick up teammate Isaac Kraft at the end of their first round loss to Bridgewater-Emery.

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Trey Bollinger and Isaac Kraft reach to help a Jones Co. player Saturday.

Photo by Robert Slocum

The State B Tournament is where seasons and careers come to a close. Eight teams have left behind the scores of other schools. The eight have risen above the others through rounds of playoff basketball and the perspective that they are among the best and the few whose season is still alive ... is lost in a dream. A dream of a state title. Just three games away.

The seasons, they come to a close for each of the final eight. Probably, only one will be truly satisfied. This year, that team was Clark/Willow Lake, who won the title on the strength of senior Jacob Prouty’s outside shooting and overall excellence. Seven other teams felt the sting of soaring so high, but perhaps not as high as they hoped. Hopefully they enjoyed the journey.

 

 

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Thu
21
Mar
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Un-Defeated.

Timber Lake senior Tucker Kraft throws down a slam dunk during the final day of the Class B boys state basketball tournament at Aberdeen.

Photo by Robert Slocum

Timber Lake loses three games at state but their effort, sportsmanship show the Panthers are real winners.

 

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