Sports

Wed
01
Feb

Timber Lake moves up to 9A football

The South Dakota High School Activities Association recently announced its football classifications for the 2017-18 and 2018-19 seasons.

 

Many schools across the state are moving up or down in class, and the new classifications will re-shape the football landscape for local districts as well.

 

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Wed
01
Feb

Junior high boys playing well

The Timber Lake junior high boys basketball team has been rolling as of late, as they posted wins over Cheyenne-Eagle Butte and placed second in a tournament at Standing Rock.

 

TL recently beat CEB’s 8th grade team 33-28, with Hank Kraft scoring 14 points and getting 5 steals. Brandt Ducheneaux grabbed 8 rebounds.

 
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Wed
25
Jan

Dupree girls hold winning record

The Dupree Tigers girls basketball team is above the .500 mark and on a 3-game win streak in the aftermath of the mid-season Little Moreau Conference tournament. Dupree’s girls have a record of 7 wins and 5 losses and won 2 of 3 in the LMC tournament. Following an 85-48 dismantling of Tiospaye Topa at home (JV won 37-36), Dupree entered the LMC tournament as the #4 seed but lost 56- 39 to #5 McIntosh in the opening round Thursday. In the consolation bracket, Dupree topped Tiospaye Topa 65-31 on Friday and then claimed 5th place by defeating Lemmon 55-47 on Saturday at Faith.
 
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Wed
25
Jan

Lady Panthers take 2nd in conference tournament

Timber Lake, the defending champions of the Little Moreau Conference girls basketball tournament, fell on Saturday in the tourney finals to last season’s runner-up, the Faith Longhorns. Faith clinched a back-and-forth contest on their home court and won 55-47. The Longhorns used a 24-14 run in the fourth quarter, including 13 points from free throws on 18 attempts, to salt away the conference tournament win.
 
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Wed
25
Jan

TLHS boys top Lemmon 69-57

Some clutch free throw shooting in the fourth quarter helped the Panthers hang onto a late lead and edge the Cowboys 69-57 in LMC and Dist. 15B boys basketball action. The Panthers made 14 of 19 free throw attempts in the final 8 minutes and 24 of 34 freebie tries for the game. Isaac Kraft made 8-of-8 free throw tries and had 10 of his 14 points in the fourth, as TLHS used a 23-14 run in the fourth to extend what had been a 46-43 lead after three quarters.
 

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Wed
18
Jan

TLHS boys cruise past Takini

Timber Lake won their third straight varsity game at Takini Jan. 13. Brayden Pay Pay scored a season high 22 points for the Panthers, with Jackson Harrison and Tucker Kraft adding 14 points each. Isaac Kraft scored 12 points, Trey Bollinger 4, and Anthony Alley, Brady Hall and Nathan Swift 2 points each.
 
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Wed
18
Jan

Panthers win 3 of 4 games in Saturday slate with Ranchers

Timber Lake hosted Harding County on Saturday, Jan. 14 for a four-game lineup of varsity and JV games between the boys and girls teams. The Panthers won the first three games in the series and it looked good for the Panther sweep early in the boys varsity game, but the Ranchers surged to defeat TLHS. Boys Varsity Harding County 46, Timber Lake 43 Timber Lake looked sharp early but a drought in the middle two quarters allowed the Ranchers to get back into the game and steal the road victory. The Panthers jumped out to an 11-7 lead after the first quarter, but Harding County outscored the home team 26- 14 in the second and third periods to lead 33-25 heading into the fourth.
 
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Wed
18
Jan

6th grade girls win Mobridge tourney

The Timber Lake 6th grade girls basketball team won the Mobridge Youth Organization Basketball Tournament on January 7. FRONT (L-R): Abigail Linderman, Natalie Gross, Carlie Lawrence; BACK: Adrianna Winterberg, Kenna Webb, Kendal Lemburg, Code Enright, Shay Kraft, Harlee Hulm.
 

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Wed
11
Jan

TLHS boys win two straight

The Timber Lake boys basketball team has won two straight varsity contests, as the Panthers beat Edmunds Central 58-43 on Jan. 5 and Philip 57-51 on Saturday.
 
Timber Lake 57, Philip 51
A big first quarter helped the Panther boys survive a fourth quarter comeback attempt by the Scotties at the Kadoka Classic Jan. 7.
 
TLHS used a 12-3 opening run to lead 29-9 at halftime. Anthony Alley and Jackson Harrison hit 3-pointers in the opening barrage.
 
Philip outscored TL 43-28 in the second half, but it wasn’t enough. Timber Lake hit 8 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the win.
 
Brayden Pay Pay had 12 points off the bench to lead TLHS in the scoring column. Alley and Tucker Kraft scored 11 points each.
 
Harrison finished with 8 points, Isaac Kraft 7, Beau DuBray 4, Trey Bollinger 2 and Taylor Goldade 2.
 
 
 

Wed
11
Jan

Lady Panthers move to 7-1

The Timber Lake girls basketball team posted an impressive win at home on Jan. 5 in a 69-8 defeat of Edmunds Central.
 
Outside of an 8-point second quarter from Edmunds Central, TLHS held the opponent scoreless for the first period and the entire second half.
 
Loryn Schoelerman had 12 points for the Panthers. Sydnee Mettler added 10 points, Josie White 8, Chyanne Ducheneaux 8, Lorenda Long 7, LaShae Nash 6, Molly Kraft 6, Sydney Maher 5, Olivia Linderman 2, Lexy White 2, Macy Bollinger 1.
 
In the junior varsity game, the Panthers won 40-4. Scoring for TL: Lorenda Long 7, Lexy White 6, Macy Bollinger 6, Stormi Hulm 6, Tia LeBeau 5, Molly Kraft 4, Olivia Linderman 2, Shelby Thompson 2.
 
 
 
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