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Thu
07
Feb
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Back-to-back LMC champs

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The Timber Lake boys basketball team won the Little Moreau Conference tournament Saturday at Lemmon, their second in as many years. FRONT (L-R): Callie Schaffer, Brandt Ducheneaux, Trevor Brangham, Matt Jewett, Hank Kraft, Kuper Heck, Beau DuBray, Jackson Harrison, Brayden PayPay, Head Coach Cody Lawrence; BACK: Asst. Coach Bryce Schaffer, Asst. Coach Shaun Maher, Isaac Kraft, Daryen Ley, Hunter Schremmp, Tucker Kraft, Taylor Goldade, Sawyer Holzer, Trey Bollinger, Nate Schaffer, Kedrick Martin.

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Thu
07
Feb
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Lady Panthers notch road win over Standing Rock

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Timber Lake senior Lorenda Long leads the Timber Lake student section in the wave during the boys LMC championship game.

The Timber Lake Lady Panthers were in Ft. Yates, ND on Monday, February 4 for junior varsity and varsity basketball in a matchup versus Standing Rock. Both Timber Lake teams were able to secure victories. The junior varsity team won 48-20, while the varsity team earned a 55-49 win.

The first half was a tight contest with just one point separating the teams through two quarters by a score of 23-22. The Panthers outscored the Warriors 18-12 in the third quarter to increase their lead. The Panthers emerged as the winners as the final buzzer sounded by a score of 55-49.

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Thu
31
Jan
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Timber Lake HS Rodeo Club readying for season

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2018-2019 Timber Lake High School Rodeo Club Members: FRNT (L-R): Ethan Bruguier, Jaiden Ducheneaux, JD Enright, Trenton Hansen, Bobbi Smith, Tayla Ward; BACK: Chazz Gabe, Tessa Goldade, Lorenda Long, Gracie Sandquist. NOT PICTURED: Jasper Hill.

The Timber Lake High School Rodeo Club has 11 club members this 2018-2019 year, including 10 who are active members of the South Dakota High School Rodeo Association.

It takes the whole community, as well as extended communities, friends and family to make a good thing happen. We had some successful fundraising opportunities this year by selling hot drinks at the home football games and serving meals. Our efforts go back to the community by hosting a practice rodeo during the spring high school rodeo season.

We have planned our tentative rodeo date for May 25. Like any event, it takes a lot of money and donated time to put a rodeo on. We extend our thanks and appreciation to everyone who has or will help in any way.

 

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Thu
31
Jan
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Timber Lake boys get home victory

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Timber Lake’s Brayden PayPay goes up for a layup during a 32-point performance against Harding County

The Timber Lake Panthers played host to the Harding County Ranchers on Tuesday, January, 22 in boys basketball action. Both Timber Lake teams were able to walk away with home victories.

In the varsity contest Timber Lake would look to bounce back after backto-back losses coming at the hands of Sully Buttes and Willow Lake/Clark. Harding County was able stay within 5 points of the Panthers in the first eight minutes of play. Entering the second quarter the score was 17-12 in favor of Timber Lake. During the second quarter, the Panthers would start to heat up and pull away. The first half ended on a big shot hit by sharpshooting guard Brayden PayPay, who hit a 3-point bomb as the buzzer sounded to signal halftime.

 

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Thu
24
Jan
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Dupree boys pick up win over Wakpala

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The Dupree Tigers (L-R) Cinch Hebb, Isaac Brown, Floyd Traversie, Ford Traversie, Jacob Anderson, Bennett Brooks and Cliff Birkeland got their first win of the season over Wakpala. Photo by Robbi Birkeland

The Dupree boys basketball team earned its first victory of the year on January 7 against Wakpala by a score of 56-54. The win was hard-fought by the Tigers, who have dropped a couple of close contests during the 0-7 opening run of games.

Dupree has one of the smallest rosters in Class B, with just enough players to fill out a starting lineup and have a few spots on the bench, but the boys have remained committed to finishing the season together.

First year head coach Dusti LaPlante leads Dupree. She is preaching good attitudes and hard work to the boys and believes attitude and hard work will be big factors this season.

 

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Thu
24
Jan
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Little Moreau Conference Girls Basketball Tournament

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Timber Lake’s Georgi Mendoza goes up for a bucket against Harding County in first round LMC action

Three Harding County defenders swarm LaShae Nash on her way to the baske

 

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Thu
17
Jan
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Shorthanded Panthers take care of Cardinals

The Timber Lake Panthers played host to the Bison Cardinals on Monday, January 14 for a varsity matchup. Senior forward Tucker Kraft did not play due to an injury suffered against Redfield on January 12. Both teams came out with a solid first quarter that saw Bison taking a one-point lead going into the second quarter. Bison went on a big run in the second quarter of play. The Cardinals went into halftime leading by a score of 33-25.

 

 

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Thu
17
Jan
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Finkbeiner helps New Underwood past Panthers

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LEFT: LaShae Nash makes a move against the Tigers.

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Carlie Lawrence looks to pass the ball during varsity girls basketball play against New Underwood last Friday in Timber Lake. Photos by Sean Stafford

The Timber Lake Panthers played host to the New Underwood Tigers on Friday, January 11 in girls varsity action. The Tigers jumped out to a big first half lead and doubled Timber Lake in scoring 26-13.

 

 

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Thu
03
Jan
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Faith girls start hot in win over TL

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Sage Taken Alive shoots for two points versus Faith Dec. 21.

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Halle Kraft puts up a jump shot in girls basketball action versus Faith.

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Tia LeBeau looks to pass versus the Longhorns.

The Timber Lake girls suffered a loss to the Faith Longhorn girls to the tune of a 69-47 final score on Friday, Dec. 21 in Timber Lake. Aiyana Byrd dropped 18 points to lead the Longhorns as she made 9 field goals in the first three quarters.

Girls JV

Timber Lake had a fight on their hands from the start after Faith made a huge 26-3 run in the opening quarter. A 12-8 run in favor of the Panthers made it 32-15 at the last, but the Longhorns outscored TL 19-7 in the second half.

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Thu
03
Jan
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Pay Pay powers Panther boys past Longhorns

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Timber Lake’s Brady Sandquist dribbles the ball up the court while teammates Chazz Gabe (5) and Kedrick Martin (21) follow during their game against Faith Dec. 21.

The Timber Lake boys bested the Faith Longhorns in C, junior varsity and varsity play Friday, Dec. 21 in Timber Lake. The varsity game saw TL win 58-42, the JV contest went 38-17 and the C game was a 41-31 contest.

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Senior guard Brayden Pay Pay dropped in buckets early and often, as the lefty nailed four of his five 3-pointers and scored 14 of his 24 points in the opening quarter. That helped the Panthers to an 18-8 lead heading into the second quarter, and a 12-11 split made it 30-19 in favor of TLHS at halftime.

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