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Thu
19
Sep
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JV football beats M-P Tigers

Timber Lake defeated Mobridge-Pollock at Mobridge Sept. 9 in junior varsity football action. The Tigers scored 13 points in the first quarter, but the Panthers put up 16 in the third to come out on top.

Brady Sandquist passed to Slater Ducheneaux for a 27-yard scoring strike for TL’s first touchdown and Slater ran in the extra point. Later, Sandquist ran in himself from 2 yards out and Slater ran in the PAT.

Sandquist and Ducheneaux recorded most of the offense for TL, with Tyler Keller carrying the ball a handful of times as well. Reese Miller led with 5 solo tackles and Trenton Hansen had 3 tackles for loss while Caleb Quinn added a sack.

 

 

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Thu
19
Sep
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Varsity boys 2nd at Ipswich invite

Timber Lake’s cross country unit ran at Split Rock Country Club Sept. 14 at the Ipswich Invite.

The race was moved from the golf course to an alternate site due to sitting water on the course. The teams ran on the sports complex and track. The races all started with 1-3 laps on the track and ended with 200m on the track. All races were run at reduced distances because of the alternate location. Boys varsity and JV were both at 2.77 miles instead of the 3.1 normal distance.

“The boys varsity had to work together as a team and push to move runners up when lead runner Beau DuBray experienced quad pain early on in the race,” Coach Donna Aberle said. “Both Ian Beyer and Caleb Bieber worked extremely hard to finish in competitive positions while Beau finished third for the team. Our pusher Ethan Farlee was also running with some pain and could not push his pace.”

The next meet is Saturday at Gettysburg.

Thu
19
Sep
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Panthers power past Newell

The Timber Lake Panthers poured it on the Newell Irrigators heavy and early in a 58-8 victory Friday night in Newell that leaves TLHS 3-0 to start the football season. This week’s schedule has a homecoming game versus Potter County (1-2) in a Region 4A battle.

Sophomore running back Hank Kraft only touched the ball 6 times on offense, but he turned those touches into 261 yards and a whopping 5 touchdowns (4 rushing, 1 receiving). And as if that wasn’t impressive enough, Hank also answered the Irrigators’ only TD by returning their ensuing kickoff 80 yards for another score for 6 total touchdowns.

Kraft had already broke off three long TD runs in the opening quarter when Kedrick Martin passed to him to make it 30-0. Jayce Lawrence capped another scoring drive with a 12-yard TD run in the first.

Thu
12
Sep
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TLHS volleyball off to 4-1 start

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Maci Maher sends one over the net in varsity volleyball action.

The Timber Lake Panther volleyball team is off to a very good start and is looking like one of Region 8B’s better teams after the first few weeks of the season. The Panthers (4-1) won road matches at Bison (Sept. 5) and Eagle Butte (Sept. 3) following their home opener, then split at the Stanley County Triangular by dropping one to White River before bouncing back to beat the SC Buffs.

Timber Lake 3, Bison 2

(25-8) (23-25) (13-25) (25-21) (15-11) Lead Server: Carlie Lawrence 18 serves and 6 aces Lead Passer: Maci Maher with 29 digs Lead Hitter: Kenna Webb 22 attacks and 8 kills Lead Blocker: Molly Kraft 7 blocks

 

 

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Thu
12
Sep
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Panther runners place third at Pheasant Invite

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Timber Lake Panther runners Caleb Bieber, Ian Beyer and Beau DuBray (Ethan Farlee not pictured) are in the pack of runners to begin the varsity race at Redfield.

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Carter Keller and Gracen Hansen in the middle school race.

Timber Lake’s varsity boys runners tied for second in the team standings at the Pheasant Cross Country Invite Sept. 5 in Redfield. Senior Beau DuBray placed second overall in 17 minutes, 19 seconds, behind only Milbank’s Mitch Batchelor (16:25). Ian Beyer was 11th, Caleb Bieber 22nd, and Ethan Farlee 38th. The Panthers had 31 team points, ahead of all the other schools there aside from Webster (which also had 31) and Milbank (1st place, 17 pts).

Pheasants XC Invite Varsity Boys

1. Mitch Batchelor, Milbank, 16:25.82

2. Beau DuBray, Timber Lake, 17:19.49

 

 

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Thu
05
Sep
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Panthers flatten Faith, move to 2-0

The Timber Lake Panthers moved to 2-0 on the season in 9-man football, defeating the Faith Longhorns 40-22 Friday night in Faith. The Panthers jumped out to a 14-0 lead in the first quarter and outscored Faith 26-8 in the first half, as TLHS put up 391 yards of total offense while holding Faith to 120 yards. Quarterback Kedrick Martin was 12-for-18 passing for 129 yards and a touchdown, spreading it around to six TL receivers. Matt Jewett was the yardage leader with 61 yards on two catches, while Isaac Kraft had the most receptions with 6 for 46 yards. Taylor Goldade caught a 3-yard TD pass. The bulk of the TL rushing attack went through Hank Kraft, who had 19 carries for 177 yards and 4 TDs. Slater Ducheneaux added 7 carries for 246 yards and 1 TD. This Friday is Timber Lake’s open date, so the Panthers will not play a game.

Thu
05
Sep
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Junior High Volleyball

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FRONT (L-R): Maddie Gray, Lacey Dupris, Sara Keller; ROW 2: Lola Hornick, Hailey Roggow, Gailup Bollinger, Carissa Blacksmith, Geana Bollinger, Presley Goldade; ROW 3: Joie LeBeau, Natalie Lawrence, Jasmine Nash, Kessa Bigger, Mckenzi Vomacka, Brelan Maher, Miley Murray; BACK: Tatelyn Stanley, Brenna Atchley, Ameriah Eagleman, Cassara Blacksmith, Kendyl Locken, Sara Holzer, Averie Marshall, Coach Cindy Holzer.

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Thu
15
Aug
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Hintz girls win titles

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It was an exciting time for the Hintz girls in Ashley, ND the first weekend of August. Tobi Hintz (RIGHT) was crowned Miss Ashley Rodeo Jr. Queen, winning the categories of speech, modeling, personality, fashion forward, interview, appearance and horsemanship. 

 

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Thu
04
Jul
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Timber Lake Youth Baseball

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With an improved field, some equipment and some t-shirts, these kids are ready to play ball. Coach Jon Bigger says a few more kids show up each week. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30. FRONT (L-R): Kyren Ley, Ben Petersen, Gabe Bridges, Tatelyn Stanley, Ace Ducheneaux, Michael Bollinger, Preston Maciejewski , Theodore Taylor, Dayson Schumacher; MIDDLE: Braxton Farlee, Sarah Keller, Jaxon Wiedmer, Jayce Lemburg, Madalyn Hermes, Ella Handeland, Eddie Keller, Rance Gross; BACK: Claire O’Leary, Owen Schweitzer, Evan Schweitzer, Geana Bollinger, Gabe Keller, Cole Ducheneaux, Gailup Bollinger, Kessa Bigger, Gavin Farlee, Jackson Bigger, Cooper Goldade.

With an improved field, some equipment and some t-shirts, these kids are ready to play ball. Coach Jon Bigger says a few more kids show up each week. Practices are Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30. FRONT (L-R): Kyren Ley, Ben Petersen, Gabe Bridges, Tatelyn Stanley, Ace Ducheneaux, Michael Bollinger, Preston Maciejewski , Theodore Taylor, Dayson Schumacher; MIDDLE: Braxton Farlee, Sarah Keller, Jaxon Wiedmer, Jayce Lemburg, Madalyn Hermes, Ella Handeland, Eddie Keller, Rance Gross; BACK: Claire O’Leary, Owen Schweitzer, Evan Schweitzer, Geana Bollinger, Gabe Keller, Cole Ducheneaux, Gailup Bollinger, Kessa Bigger, Gavin Farlee, Jackson Bigger, Cooper Goldade.

 

 

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Thu
13
Jun
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Ft. Pierre Region Rodeo Results

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Trenton Hansen of Timber Lake received the Dallas Heninger Memorial Bull Riding Award this past weekend at the high school regional rodeo in Ft. Pierre. He received this award based on having a great attitude, helping others as well as helping in other events and overall great sportsmanship. Pictured L to R: Teri Heninger, Trenton Hansen, Vicky Heninger, Luke Heninger & Casey Heninger

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Chazz Gabe rides a bull for 74 points Sunday during the Ft. Pierre Regional Rodeo. Photo by Teresa Tople

The second River Region rodeo was held June 8 in Ft. Pierre, with Timber Lake rodeo ahtletes competing.

Barrel Racing

Lorenda Long was 13th for 4 points (17.482, 23.264), Gracie Sandquist was 15th for 1 point

(18.170, 17.449) and Tessa Goldade and Tayla Ward also competed.

Breakaway

GracieSandquist was 9th overall for 6 points (5.080, 100.00). Tessa Goldade was 21st.

 

 

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