Sports

Wed
12
Apr

Heck, Kraft placae 1st at Mobridge Early Bird Track Meet

Timber Lake placed 7th in the boys standings and 10th in the girls team standings at the Mobridge early bird track meet April 6.

First place finishes included Kuper Heck in the 800 run and Isaac Kraft in the triple jump and a boys relay win in the 4x800 and a girls relay win in the 4x100.

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Wed
12
Apr

Lemmon junior high track meet

Several meet records were set at the Lemmon junior high track meet, including Timber Lake’s Shay Kraft winning the girls 800 meter run. Kraft posted a 2:41.20 time, besting the previous meet record of 2:46.26.

Floyd Traversie of Dupree tied the meet record in the boys high jump with a 5-02 mark, sharing the record now with several others including Isaac Kraft of Timber Lake who made the 5-02 mark at last year’s meet.

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Wed
05
Apr

Timber Lake golf team

FRONT (L-R): Justin Stover, Natalie Gross, Kenna Webb, Tyler Keller, James Bowlby; BACK: Nate Schaffer, Tristen Goldade, Callie Schaffer, Jayce Lawrence, Dixon Booth, Coach Jordan Weisbeck

 

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Wed
05
Apr

Timber Lake track team

FRONT: Olivia Linderman, Margaret Bad Warrior, Lorenda Long, LaShae Nash, Jaden Taylor, Macey Bollinger;

MIDDLE: Bergen Marshall, Jamie Keller, Kuper Heck, Riley Lindskov, Beau DuBray, Ty Ducheneaux; BACK: Head Coach Ryan Gimbel, Sam Bad Warrior, Sam Four Bear, Jakways Mendoza, Tucker Kraft, Taylor Goldade, Isaac Kraft, Jackson Harrison, Assistant Coach Katie Weisbeck

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Wed
15
Mar

State tournament notebook

By Robert Slocum

 

It was a great time at the State B tournament in Huron last week. Even though TL did not win a game there, the Panthers represented themselves very well and played hard in each game. Being the 8th team at state is still quite an accomplishment and I hope the girls enjoyed playing in the tournament to cap off a terrific season.

Perhaps more disappointing than the losses was that the Panthers weren’t really allowed to play their best game with their full court press. They still forced plenty of turnovers, 18 per game, and scored a total of 50 points off of turnovers, but foul trouble was a factor for TL in each of the three games. Timber Lake was called for a whopping total of 64 team fouls in the three tournament games, compared to 38 against TL’s opponents. That’s 64 fouls versus 38, or 21.3 vs. 12.6 on a per game basis.

 

Wed
15
Mar

Panthers cap historic season with 8th at state

By Robert Slocum

 

The Timber Lake Lady Panthers showed why they were the Region 8B champions at the state tournament March 9-11 at Huron, but the tough competition of the tournament coupled with foul trouble and some shooting slumps meant TLHS went 0-3 at the tourney. The Panthers came home with 8th place in the state to cap off one of the better seasons in school history.

Loryn Schoelerman was named to the all-tournament team, as the junior forward scored 14 points per game (42 total) during the tournament, sank five 3-pointers and grabbed 20 rebounds (6.67 RPG).

Sully Buttes, led by Remi Wientjes and Chloe Lamb, won their second state championship in a row on Saturday night when they defeated Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 63-48.

 

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Wed
08
Mar

Lady Panthers win Region 8B, advance to state tournament

The Timber Lake Lady Panthers are headed to the “big dance” after defeating Faith 38-28 in the Region 8B game Thursday night in Lemmon. Timber Lake’s berth in the State Class B tournament is the school’s first since 2013 and 8th appearance in school history for girls basketball.

The Panthers (19-3) have the #8 seed and will play #1 Warner (21-2) at noon CT in the opening round Thursday, March 9 at Huron Arena.

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Wed
08
Mar

One wheelers

The Timber Lake Unicycle Club performed at the district basketball tournament at Timber Lake last Tuesday. L-R are Kenna Webb, Natalie Gross, Shay Kraft, Natalie Biegler and (BACK) Dan Peterson.

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Wed
08
Mar

Defense lifts TL over Faith, 38-28

By Robert Slocum

When the shots weren’t falling early in the Region 8B championship game versus Faith, the Timber Lake Lady Panthers relied on their greatest strength to turn the tables: defense.

TLHS used some tenacious defense to turn a 6-4 deficit after the first quarter into a 28-17 lead heading into the fourth on their way to a 38-28 victory over the Longhorns Thursday, March 2 in Lemmon.

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Wed
08
Mar

Panthers are District 15B runners-up

The Timber Lake boys basketball team couldn’t overcome Lemmon’s fast start in the District 15B championship round on Friday, March 3 as the Panthers fell 64-55.

The 9-point margin of the final score is the same spread the Panthers faced after a blistering start by the Cowboys saw them take a 25-14 lead after the first quarter. The Panthers climbed to within 6 points by halftime as the score was 39-33 at the break. Lemmon pulled ahead by a 55-46 after three quarters.

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