Sports

Wed
26
Oct

DuBray, Eagle Chasing earn All State cross country honors

Timber Lake freshman Beau DuBray and Dupree sophomore Ethan Eagle Chasing were among the cream of the Class B cross country crop at the state meet Saturday at Huron. DuBray finished 17th in 18:19.01 and Eagle Chasing was 21st in 18:28.02 as both earned All-State honors (top 25 medal). Bison junior Daniel Burkhalter won the boys state championship with a dominant time of 16:30.84. The runner up, Kray Person of Burke, was timed at 17:13.15.

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Wed
26
Oct

Panther volleyball team building momentum

The Timber Lake Panthers evened their varsity volleyball record to .500 (12-12) with two straight victories over Faith and Newell recently. The Panthers will finish their regular season at Harding County (the top team in Region 8B) on Oct. 27 before playing the District tournament Nov. 1-4 at Timber Lake. Coach Cassius Kocer said the Panthers will look to finish the regular season strong and go into the playoffs on a high note.

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Wed
19
Oct

Panthers win big in final home game

The Timber Lake Panthers won their second straight football game and dominated the McLaughlin Mustangs on Friday night in a 50-0 contest that was stopped at halftime via the mercy rule. It was the final home game at Timber Lake and Parents’ Night as well, and TLHS moved to 2-5 on the year by topping the Mustangs (3-5). “I was happy with the way the boys came out and played with fire and intensity from the start,” Head Coach Jordan Weisbeck said. “That was by far our best start to a game this year and it paid off big time.”

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Wed
19
Oct

Timber Lake qualifies 5 boys, 1 girl for State XC meet

The Timber Lake Panthers are sending a total of six runners to the State Class B cross country meet in Huron Oct. 22. All five varsity boys runners placed inside the top 20 in the Region 4B meet held Wednesday, Oct. 12 at Gettysburg. This qualifies them individually for the state meet.

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Wed
12
Oct

Timber Lake XC Invite

Bobbi Smith (LEFT) runs to a first place finish in the varsity girls race as teammate Nate Schaffer cheers her on and Coach Donna Aberle drives the lead vehicle during the Timber Lake Cross Country Invite held Friday, Oct. 7 at the Little Moreau Country Club.

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Wed
12
Oct

TLHS varsity runners (L-R)

TLHS varsity runners (L-R) Cody Marshall, Ethan Schaffer and Ethan Farlee run the Little Moreau golf course on Friday.

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Wed
12
Oct

Dupree Tigers play Homecoming game

The Dupree Tigers, bursting through a paper sign made and held by the DHS cheerleaders, run on to the field for their homecoming game versus McLaughlin. The Mustangs defeated Dupree 40-14P

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Wed
05
Oct

JH Panthers

ABOVE: Trevor Brangham (8) runs with the football while Hank Kraft (6) and Jayce Lawrence (7) follow during the Timber Lake home junior high victory over Pierre Indian Learning Center.

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Wed
05
Oct

TLHS boys take 3rd at Highmore

With only four runners, the Timber Lake boys varsity cross country team placed third at the Highmore meet on October 1. Beau DuBray and Ethan Schaffer notched top 10 finishes to lead the Panthers, with Ethan Farlee and Trevor Brangham making the top 20. Miller’s Cole Sargent set the pace with his win in 17:58.21, with DuBray finishing 6th in 19:10.77. Schaffer was 9th in 19:21.53, Farlee was 13th in 19:56.87, Brangham was 18th in 20:29.69.

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Wed
28
Sep

Panthers fall to Longhorns, 32-12

The Timber Lake Panthers had some bright spots during their home 9-man football game Friday versus the Faith Longhorns, but they were not able to overcome turnovers and a potent Faith rushing attack in a 32-12 loss. Early fumbles hurt the Panthers again, as they turned the ball over twice in the first quarter and Faith was up 12-0 with 5:39 left in the first quarter.

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