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Thu
16
Jan
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Longhorns edge Panther girls

Longhorns edge Panther girls

Timber Lake girls basketball players (L-R) Shay Kraft, Gracie Sandquist, Maci Maher, Carlie Lawrence and Macey Bollinger conference on the court during recent action.

Photos by Robert Slocum

Longhorns edge Panther girls

Faith took a four point lead into the fourth quarter and managed to hold off Timber Lake down the stretch to claim a 65-60 Little Moreau Conference girls basketball victory Tuesday, Jan. 7.

The loss dropped the Lady Panthers to 2-2 on the season. They travel to New Underwood on Friday and will host Sully Buttes in Timber Lake’s home opener on Tuesday, Jan. 21. With the win, Faith improved to 6-1 on the season and will play in the West River Tournament this week.

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Thu
16
Jan
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Panthers hand Faith first loss of season

Panthers hand Faith first loss of season

Timber Lake senior Matt Jewett scored 16 points to lead Timber Lake over Faith in boys varsity basketball action.

Panthers hand Faith first loss of season

The Timber Lake Panthers improved to 5-2 on the season last week, earning a key Little Moreau Conference victory over the previously-unbeaten Faith Longhorns before hammering Hot Springs at the Kadoka Boys Basketball Classic on Saturday.

The Panthers will face the 6-3 Gregory Gorillas in a 4 p.m. CST tip-off on Saturday at the Redfield Pheasant Shootout before traveling to Bison on Monday. After nine consecutive away games, Timber Lake will host Sully Buttes on Tuesday, Jan. 21, in the Panthers home opener.

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Thu
09
Jan
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Timber Lake School Board Agenda January 15, 7 p.m.

1. Call meeting to order

2. Pledge of Allegiance

3. Approve agenda

4. Approve minutes of December 11, 2019 Board of Education Meeting

5. Approve financial reports-lunch, fiduciary funds A. .Operating transfers (if needed)

6. Approve payment of bills

 

 

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Thu
09
Jan
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POOL NEWS

Week 15 Standings

1. Nine Inch Nails (4-1)vs Pea Shooters. Lance Brown Otter-17 Shawn Running Hawk-29 Chad Harrison-21 Jack Bickel-9

2. Night Shooters(3-2)vs Go-Getters. Dysan Lends His Horse-17 Ted Maupin-14 Holden Neigel-10 Chad Morgan-14

3. Sparky's (4-1) vs Strokers. Bill Knowlton-15 Jim Rosenau-7 Jim Mraz-18 Daryl Ferguson-19

4. Wantabes(4-1) vs No Name. Jack Anderson-8 Tom Alley-7 Bryan Wiedmer-18 Dayton Wiedmer-18

 

 

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Thu
09
Jan
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Panthers rally to win in OT at Kadoka

Panthers rally to win in OT at Kadoka

TLHS senior Taylor Goldade scored 13 points at Kadoka.

The Timber Lake Panthers rallied in the fourth quarter to tie the game, then went on an overtime tear to squeak out a 55-48 victory over the Kadoka Kougars in nonconference boys basketball action Friday.

The win lifts the Panthers to 3-2 on the season heading into a Little Moreau Conference matchup against Faith tonight (Thursday). The Longhorns enter the contest undefeated at 5-0 with their closest margin of victory being just six points against Kadoka in mid-December. Timber Lake will return to Kadoka on Saturday, Jan. 11, to square off against Hot Springs at 4 p.m. in the Kadoka Classic.

Thu
02
Jan
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Herreid-Selby drops TL girls in hoops action

Herreid-Selby drops TL girls in hoops action

Macey Bollinger threads a pass to a Panther teammate between two Leola-Frederick players during the Rotary Classic in Mobridge.

Herreid-Selby outscored Timber Lake by 17 points in the first quarter and never looked back enroute to a 75-57 win over the Lady Panthers in girls basketball action Dec. 17.

The Wolverines jumped out to a 26-9 first quarter lead and controlled 44-25 and 65-41 at the other quarter stops. The Lady Panthers committed 17 fouls and turned the ball over 13 times in the contest.

 

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Thu
02
Jan
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Panther teams split with Leola-Frederick

Panther teams split with Leola-Frederick

Panther junior Molly Kraft (20) puts up a shot over the defense of Leola-Frederick’s Kaylin Achen during their game at the Rotary Classic in Mobridge.

The Timber Lake boys and girls basketball teams could not have had more opposite results from their games at the Mobridge Invitational on December 21. Squaring off against teams from Leola-Frederick, the Lady Panthers rolled to an impressive 70-20 blowout victory while the Panther boys struggled in a hard-fought 56-44 loss.

The Timber Lake boys resume action Friday, Jan. 3. when they travel to Kadoka. The Lady Panthers return to the court Tuesday, Jan. 7, when they travel to Faith.

 

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Thu
14
Nov
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All-Little Moreau Conference football team

All-Little Moreau Conference football team

Hank Kraft

All-Little Moreau Conference football team

Isaac Kraft

All-Little Moreau Conference football team

Jayce Lawrence

All-Little Moreau Conference football team

Bergen Marshall

All-Little Moreau Conference football team

Kedrick Martin

All-Little Moreau Conference football team

Taylor Goldade

Little Moreau Conference coaches and member schools have released the all-conference team.

Harding County

Camden Hett, Sam Adams, Zack Anders, Callan Long, Richard Long, Jace Klempel

Lemmon/McIntosh

Cody Thompson, Jerred Fergel, Arthur Harrison, Alec O’Donnell, Isaiah Portwood

 

 

 

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Thu
14
Nov
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New Native American football conference a success

With the creation of the All Nations Football Conference, Native American schools in South Dakota have seen a 60% to 70% increase in participation.

The South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors heard this news at its November 6 meeting. SDHSAA Executive Director Dan Swartos characterized the conference’s inaugural season as “very successful.”

This year 12 tribal schools came together to form the conference. The conference’s first championship game will be played Friday at the Dakota Dome in Vermillion.

“It seemed to bring a lot of life to those programs,” Swartos said of the creation of the new football conference. “It did exactly what they wanted it to do.”

Board member Dave Planteen of Langford had a chance to attend an All Nations game.

 

 

Thu
14
Nov
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Activities board gets advice about nine-man football

Activities board gets advice about nine-man football

Olivia Linderman receives a serve versus Bison.

Schools with vigorous youth football programs have better participation in nine-man football. That observation was offered to the South Dakota High School Activities Association board of directors at its November 6 meeting.

During the public forum portion of the board’s agenda, Dave Schumacher, a youth football coach from Herreid, told the board that numbers are slipping in nine-man football participation. He said the 9B teams average 22 players, 9A teams average 29 players and 9AA teams average 31 players.

Back when he played, Schumacher said, there were often as many as 50 players on a team.

“When you don’t have enough (players) to practice with, games get cancelled,” Schumacher said, and players lose interest.

Getting students interested in football at an early age is the key to maintaining that interest through the varsity level, according to Schumacher.

 

 

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