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Wed
15
Nov
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Panthers fall to Chester Area in first round of Sweet 16 play

The Timber Lake Panther volleyball team advanced to the Sweet 16 round of play in this, the first season for Class B to use the new postseason format, but TLHS won’t be making a trip to the Final 8 round at the State Class B tournament.

The Chester Area Flyers (22-4) defeated the Panthers (16-11) three sets to none at Huron Arena on Nov. 7.

This year’s group of seniors (Morgan Ducheneaux, Josie White, Loryn Schoelerman, Sophie Sandquist, Sydney Maher, Aspyn Lamb) were freshmen in Cassius Kocer’s first year as volleyball head coach.

 

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Wed
15
Nov
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5th/6th Grade Girls Basketball Team

The Timber Lake 5th grade girls basketball team ended the season 11-0 and placed first in the Lemmon Tournament. The 6th grade girls ended 5-6 and 4th in the Lemmon Tournament.

Fifth and sixth grade players are FRONT (L-R): Cassara Blacksmith, Meredith Maciejewski, Kenlea Heck, Peyton Keller, Kiya Mowrer; MIDDLE: Madilyn Bieber, McKenzi Jones, Jordan Jones, Averie Marshall, Kessa Bigger, Kendyl Locken; BACK: Coach Cody Lawrence, Sara Holzer, Lola Hornick, Natalie Lawrence, Jasmine Nash, Taiden Flying By, Ameriah Eagleman, Molly Miller. Not Pictured: Joie LeBeau

 

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Wed
08
Nov
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Region 8B volleyball: Timber Lake, Faith advance to Sweet 16 round

For the third time in the last four years, the Timber Lake varsity volleyball team is in a game to qualify for the state tournament. Appearing in the Region 8B title match has been a semi-regular occurrence for TLHS in recent years, but this year the playoff format has changed.

The Class B sports transition this school year to the Sweet 16 postseason format, so a Region 8B tournament was held last week in lieu of separate District 15 and 16B tournaments. Traditionally, the 15 and 16 winners have played for the Region 8 title, but the new format means that two teams from the region (Timber Lake and Faith) emerge and are reseeded with the 14 other teams from the seven other regions.

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Wed
01
Nov
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Timber Lake Jr. High Volleyball

Hannah Bad Warrior, Natalie Gross, Averie Marshall, Abby Linderman, Carlie Lawrence; MIDDLE: Sara Holzer, Kenna Webb, Ameriah Eagleman, Toby Hintz, Cindy Hoyt, Tea Rousseau; BACK: Coach Tylyn LeBeau, Natalie Biegler, Code Enright, Harlee Hulm, Shay Kraft, Michaela Hoyt, Halle Kraft, Tessa Goldade, Peyton Booth.

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Wed
01
Nov
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Timber Lake 5th/6th Girls Basketball

Cassara Blacksmith, Meredith Maciejewski, Kenlea Heck, Peyton Keller, Kiya Mowrer; MIDDLE: Madilyn Bieber, McKenzi Vomacka, Jordan Jones, Averie Marshall, Kessa Bigger, Kendyl Locken; BACK: Coach Cody Lawrence, Sara Holzer, Lola Hornick, Natalie Lawrence, Jasmine Nash, Taiden Flying By, Ameriah Eagleman, Molly Miller.

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Wed
25
Oct
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Panthers stifle Tigers in playoff win

Timber Lake has advanced to the second round of the 9A football playoffs, as the Panthers defeated the visiting New Underwood Tigers 27-8 on Thursday, Oct. 19 at Doug Kraft Field. Both teams entered with matching 5-3 records, but the Panthers used a fearsome defensive performance to control the game.

They now travel to Corsica this Thursday, Oct. 26 to play Corsica-Stickney. The Jaguars are 9-0 and defeated Herreid/Selby Area 56-6 in the first round. At Timber Lake last Thursday, the #8 Panthers showed a tenacious attitude that they will need to bring with them to beat the #1 Jaguars.

 

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Wed
25
Oct
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Fifth/sixth grade boys

Timber Lake’s fifth and sixth grade boys basketball team will start their season with a game at Lemmon on Nov. 4. Team members are FRONT (L-R): Edward Keller, Gabriel Keller, Ty Nehl, Devon Swift Hawk, Gavin Farlee; SECOND ROW: Gracen Hansen,

Treyton Boldt, Cole Ducheneaux, Dawson Kraft, Braydon Terveen, Sage Burress; THIRD ROW: Dan Peterson, Kyler Bollinger, Otto Red Bear, Aidan Swift Hawk, Aidan Rough Surface, Tell Murray; BACK: Coach Cody Lawrence, Nathan Metcalf, Shawn Quinn, Tye Boldt, Dante Schumacher, Tristan Dupris, Carter Keller, Landon Lemburg

 

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Wed
25
Oct
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Junior high girls basketball

Timber Lake’s junior high girls basketball team starts their season Nov. 9 when McLaughlin comes to town. FRONT (L-R): Abby Linderman, Carlie Lawrence, Natalie Gross,

Toby Hintz; MIDDLE: Tea Rousseau, Cindy Hoyt, Hannah Bad Warrior, Kenna Webb, Michaela Hoyt; BACK: Coach Erin Gimbel, Code Enright, Harlee Hulm, Shay Kraft, Halle Kraft, Tessa Goldadae, Peyton Booth

 

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Wed
18
Oct
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Youth football wrapping up 2017 season

Timber Lake’s 2017 Youth Football team is in the 6th year of the program. The team is not affiliated with the school and is comprised of players in grades 3-5. All coaches are volunteer. They played their last game of the season at home on October 18 versus Dupree.

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Wed
18
Oct
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Region 4B Cross Country: TL boys place 2nd, seven TLHS runners headed to state meet

The Region 4B cross country meet was held in Gettysburg Oct. 11. The Timber Lake boys will compete as a team in the state meet, as they placed 2nd overall in the team standings. Beau DuBray (4th), Ian Beyer (12th) and Caleb Bieber (19th) placed in the top 20, earning them all-region honors. Two TL girls will also compete at state, as Shay Kraft (3rd) and Carlie Lawrence (12th) placed in the top 20.

The 2017 Class B state cross country meet will be held at Hart Ranch near Rapid City on Saturday, Oct. 21.

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