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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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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.

 

 

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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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Cowgirls beat Panthers, advance to SoDak16

Cowgirls beat Panthers, advance to SoDak16

Panther players (L-R) Shay Kraft, Olivia Linderman, Carlie Lawrence, Macey Bollinger, Maci Maher and Molly Kraft celebrate a point in region volleyball play.

Cowgirls beat Panthers, advance to SoDak16

Shay Kraft sends one over the net versus Bison.

Cowgirls beat Panthers, advance to SoDak16

Coach Megan Bickel speaks to the team during a timeout.

Timber Lake saw its hopes for Region 8 Volleyball glory dashed Thursday night by an all-toofamiliar foe: Lemmon.

The Cowgirls, who topped the Panthers twice during regular season play, overcame a one-game deficit to down Timber Lake 3-2 in a hardfought battle in Newell.

Seniors for the Panthers this season were Gracie Sandquist, Kayden Hansen, Maggie Bad Warrior, Olivia Linderman and Macey Bollinger. TLHS entered the tournament as the #2 seed and finished the season 19-8 overall.

TIMBER LAKE 3

BISON 0

 

 

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6th grade Panther basketball

6th grade Panther basketball

FRONT: Cullen Biegler, Ace Ducheneaux, Gavin White, Isaac Assman, Jaxon Wiedmer, Adam Meier; BACK: Coach Cody Lawrence, Rance Martin, Hayes Burress, TJ Alley, Hayden Thompson, Jesse Ridl, Jakolby Rousseau, Holden Gill, Braylen Hansen.

 

 

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5th grade Panther basketball

5th grade Panther basketball

FRONT (L-R): Hudson Gill, Jackson Hornick, Thomas Holzer, Braden Lawrence, Brady Maher, Kolby Holzer; BACK: Kanton Hunt, Harlem Mutchler, Wynn Lawrence, Christopher Jewett, Treyden Beer, Charlie Hornick, Coach Cody Lawrence.

 

 

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Postseason volleyball underway

Postseason volleyball underway

Postseason volleyball is underway, including the Region 8B tournament.

The Timber Lake Panthers were seeded #2 and were set to play the #7 Bison Cardinals Tuesday of this week as this issue went to press.

Bison defeated #10 Wakpala Monday. Other results were: #9 McIntosh defeated #8 Takini 3-0, #6 Dupree defeated #11 Tiospaye Topa 3-0.

 

 

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TLHS volleyball wins 2 of 3

TLHS volleyball wins 2 of 3

Timber Lake’s Molly Kraft sends a spike over the net during varsity volleyball action.

The end of regular season volleyball play is drawing near, and Timber Lake has won two of its last three matches to advance to 17-7. The region tournament will be played Nov. 4, 5 and 7.

Faith 3, Timber Lake 1

The Panthers took on the other top team in Region 8B, the Faith Longhorns, in a home match Oct. 22 in Timber Lake. The Longhorns emerged with a 3-1 victory (25-21) (12-25) (11-25) (21-25). Lead Server: Kenna Webb 15 serves and 3 aces Lead Hitter: Shay Kraft 24 attacks and 9 kills Lead Assists: Gracie Sandquist 24 assists Lead Passer: Macey Bollinger 23 successful receiving passes Lead Digger: Carlie Lawrence 5 digs

 

 

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Warner blanks TLHS in playoff opener

Warner blanks TLHS in playoff opener

Timber Lake seniors (L-R) Bergen Marshall, Taylor Goldade, Matt Jewett, Isaac Kraft and Jasper Hill.

Timber Lake’s standout football season came to an abrupt end in Warner Thursday night, as the Monarchs won their first round 9A playoff game 50-0 over the Panthers.

The playoff atmosphere, a relentless Monarch offense and four turnovers were too much for the Panthers to handle as they were held scoreless for the first time in several seasons. The playoff loss ends this season for TLHS at 6 wins, 3 losses.

Timber Lake reeled off 4 straight victories to open the season, besting Dupree, Faith, Newell and Potter County. A loss to Lemmon/McIntosh was followed by wins over New Underwood and Bison before a loss to Harding County finished the regular season schedule.

Ryan Gimbal, an assistant coach for several years before taking the head coaching role this season, praised the team’s commitment to maintaining a winning program. This was TL’s 3rd season in a row to reach the playoffs.

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Panther boys finish as state cross country runners-up

Panther boys finish as state cross country runners-up

Timber Lake cross country runners (L-R) Ian Beyer, Caleb Bieber, Ethan Farlee and Beau DuBray at the starting line of the state B cross country meet held Saturday in Huron.

Panther boys finish as state cross country runners-up

The Panther cross country crew (CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT) Ian Beyer, Ethan Farlee, Caleb Bieber, Chase Marshall, Natalie Lawrence, Beau DuBray, Carlie Lawrence. FRONT: Coach Donna Aberle.

The varsity Panthers’ boys impressive cross country season ended on a historic high note as TLHS finished the state meet in Huron Saturday as champion runners-up.

This is the first time that a cross country team from Timber Lake has placed at state since the 1960’s. With an experienced group of runners, Coach Donna Aberle said the team set some hefty goals prior to this season. Last season, the team placed 8th (top 6 only get awards).

“The boys and I set the goal of nothing less than third for state,” Aberle said.

The 2nd place team finish had the Panthers ending with 45 points, behind only champion school Burke’s

37. Platte-Geddes had 47 points for 3rd and Newell 53 for 4th.

Warner’s Cody Larson won his second straight individual title, crossing the tape in 16:32.77. Bison junior Jonathan Burkhalter was runner-up in 16:45.39. Senior Dylan Mollman of McIntosh was 3rd in 17:14.87.

 

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