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03
Jan
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Faith girls start hot in win over TL

Sage Taken Alive shoots for two points versus Faith Dec. 21.

Halle Kraft puts up a jump shot in girls basketball action versus Faith.

Tia LeBeau looks to pass versus the Longhorns.

The Timber Lake girls suffered a loss to the Faith Longhorn girls to the tune of a 69-47 final score on Friday, Dec. 21 in Timber Lake. Aiyana Byrd dropped 18 points to lead the Longhorns as she made 9 field goals in the first three quarters.

Girls JV

Timber Lake had a fight on their hands from the start after Faith made a huge 26-3 run in the opening quarter. A 12-8 run in favor of the Panthers made it 32-15 at the last, but the Longhorns outscored TL 19-7 in the second half.

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Thu
03
Jan
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Pay Pay powers Panther boys past Longhorns

Timber Lake’s Brady Sandquist dribbles the ball up the court while teammates Chazz Gabe (5) and Kedrick Martin (21) follow during their game against Faith Dec. 21.

The Timber Lake boys bested the Faith Longhorns in C, junior varsity and varsity play Friday, Dec. 21 in Timber Lake. The varsity game saw TL win 58-42, the JV contest went 38-17 and the C game was a 41-31 contest.

Boys Varsity

Senior guard Brayden Pay Pay dropped in buckets early and often, as the lefty nailed four of his five 3-pointers and scored 14 of his 24 points in the opening quarter. That helped the Panthers to an 18-8 lead heading into the second quarter, and a 12-11 split made it 30-19 in favor of TLHS at halftime.

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Thu
20
Dec
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TLHS varsity split with Wolverines

Senior LaShae Nash tries to get the ball away from Herreid/Selby Area’s Lauren Grage during their game in Timber Lake.

Timber Lake senior Jackson Harrison shoots over Herreid/Selby Area’s Ledger Hannan during their game in Timber Lake Dec.11.

TLHS senior Georgi Mendoza lets a shot fly versus the Wolverines.

Matt Jewett launches a 3-ball versus the HSA Wolverines.

After going 4-for-4 in the opening week of basketball, the Timber Lake Panthers looked to continue their strong start Dec. 11 at home against the Herreid-Selby Wolverines.

The Panther girls split this outing with the JV girls winning 31-17 and the varsity girls losing by a score of 54-35. Meanwhile the boys took both contests quite handily with JV winning 46-26 followed up by a 78-61 performance in varsity play.

Thus far the Panthers are off to a stellar start. Both the boys and girls look poised to have excellent seasons.

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Thu
20
Dec
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DHS Booster 3-2-1 Club

During the first home high school basketball games of the season, the Dupree Booster Club was selling Dupree Tiger gear as well as making time to recognize this year’s DHS Booster Club 3-2-1 athletes with letterman jackets. The DHS Booster Club purchases and presents the jackets to juniors that were in at least three sports (finishing the seasons) while they attended DHS in the 9th and 10th grade. Thus, it is 3 sports at DHS for 2 years by 1 athlete.

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Thu
13
Dec
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Panthers sweep Lemmon in season opener

Timber Lake’s Isaac Kraft (10) defends a shot by Lemmon’s Britt Oliver while Panthers Brayden Pay Pay (24) and Jackson Harrison watch during Friday night varsity basketball action.

Photo by Robert Slocum

Lexy White lets a 3-pointer fly during the Panthers’ season opening win over Lemmon Friday night in Timber Lake.

Photo by Sean Stafford

Tucker Kraft throws down a slam dunk during the Panthers’ win over the Lemmon Cowboys on Friday in Timber Lake.

Photo by Sean Stafford

Timber Lake went 4-for-4 to open the basketball season Friday night at home, as the boys/girls doubleheader with junior varsity games as well all went in the Panthers’ favor.

In girls play, TL won 64-46 in varsity and 42-15 in the JV contest.

On the boys side, a 72-50 win in the varsity contest followed a 36-13 outcome in JV play.

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Thu
13
Dec
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Panther boys basketball

FRONT (L-R): Tyler Keller, Hank Kraft, Dixon Booth, Jayce Lawrence; 2ND ROW: Brandt Ducheneaux, Brady Sandquist, Isaiah Ducheneaux, Ethan Farlee, Slater Ducheneaux, Chazz Gabe, Jaiden Ducheneaux; 3RD

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Thu
13
Dec
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Panther girls basketball

FRONT (L-R): Abigail Linderman, Hannah Bad Warrior, Cindy Hoyt, Natalie Gross; MIDDLE ROW: Carlie Lawrence, Sage Taken Alive, Olivia Linderman, Kenna Webb, Code Enright, Shay Kraft, Molly Kraft, Kendal Lemburg; 

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Thu
22
Nov
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Sixth Grade Boys Basketball

Cole Ducheneaux, Gavin Farlee, Gabe Keller, Eddie Keller, Devon Swift Hawk; BACK: Dante Schumacher, Landon Lemburg, Bailee Hall, Treyton Boldt, Coach Cody Lawrence.

 

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Wed
07
Nov
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Panthers beat Newell, fall to Harding County

Timber Lake volleyball posted another winning record at 18-12 during the regular season, entered the Region 8B playoffs as a #2 seed and advanced past Newell in the quarterfinal round 3-1 Oct. 30 in Timber Lake. The Panthers won the opening set 25-17 and the second 25-20, but Newell came back to win 25-22 in the third.

The Panthers stopped the comeback in the fourth, however, with a 25-15 nail in the coffin. Lorenda Long had 5 aces for TLHS, LaShae Nash and Macey Bollinger had 3 each, Carlie Lawrence had 2 aces and Ashton Nehl and Molly Kraft each had 1. At the net, Long had 11 kills, Nash had 8, Bollinger and Shay Kraft had 4 each and Georgi Mendoza had 2.

 

 

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Wed
07
Nov
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Pride knock off top seeded Panthers

The Panthers scored first, and they scored last (the last two touchdowns, actually). But in between, a determined Canistota/Freeman Pride team reeled off six unanswered touchdowns as they defeated host Timber Lake 44-20 in a Class 9A football playoff semifinal game Friday night. Canistota/Freeman (10-1) advances to the 9A championship game on Thursday at 10 a.m., playing Howard in the DakotaDome. Previously undefeated Timber Lake (10-1) finishes the season with the school’s first appearance in the semifinal round since 2000.

 

 

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