Sports

Regular volleyball season winding down

Body
There's only a week left in the COVID-disrupted regular season for area volleyball teams as they continue to battle for higher seeds in the Region 8B Tournament, which is tentatively scheduled Nov. 2-3 & 5.

McIntosh falls to Flasher, Bison

Body
The Mcintosh Lady Tigers dropped a pair of contests in recent volleyball action, falling to Flasher, ND on Oct. 6 and losing to Bison last Monday, Oct.

BEYER BEST IN REGION 4B

Body
Timber Lake junior Ian Beyer qualified for the State Cross Country Meet last Wednesday by capturing the Region 4B boys individual championship at the Region 4B Meet in Gettysburg. Beyer led all runners over the finish line in a time of 17:44

A Whole New Season

Body
The road to a state football championship is never an easy one, and this season it’s been even tougher. While teams have been dealing with restrictions, postponements and cancellations, they have also been facing the cause of it all: COVID-19.

Cowboys end regular season with perfect record

Body
The No. 2 ranked Lemmon-McIntosh Cowboys put up 54 first quarter points and finished with a season-high 80 as they blew out the winless Bison Cardinals 80-16 in the 9-man regular season finale for both clubs on Friday. The game was called at the half under the 50-point Mercy Rule.

Spreading It Around

Body
Watching Lemmon-McIntosh quarterback Cody Thompson lead the No. 2-ranked Cowboys past the Dupree Tigers on Friday was sort of like watching Oprah Winfrey hand out gifts on one of her “Favorite Things” episodes.

Too little, too late

Body
A two-point conversion. That’s how close the Timber Lake Panthers came from forcing overtime on Friday after erasing a 16-point third quarter deficit.

Cowboys continue to roll

Body
By Jon Flatland Midway through their matchup with Harding County on Friday the Lemmon-McIntosh Cowboys found themselves in unfamiliar territory - trailing on the scoreboard. A stingy defense coupled with a pounding running attack had the Ranchers on top 18-16 at halftime, but No.

COVID continues to disrupt Panther athletic seasons

Body
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to wreak havoc on high school athletic schedules across the state and really hit home when the Timber Lake School moved to on-line classes for at least a week, forcing the cancellation of several events.