Sports

TL’s Beyer 3rd at Ipswich

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With team members Caleb Bieber and Chase Marshall out of action due to injuries, junior Ian Beyer stepped up for the Timber Lake Panthers on Saturday, turning in his best performance of the season to finish third in the varsity boys race at the Ipswich Cross Country Invitational.

NEVER ANY DOUBT

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If you were waiting in line for popcorn a few minutes at the concession stand when the Newell Panthers kicked off to the Timber Lake Panthers last Friday and returned to your seat wondering what you missed ... well, to put it simply - a lot.

Lady Panthers earn first win at Stanley County triangular

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With three losses in their first three games, the Timber Lake volleyball team broke out of its season-opening slump on Saturday, knocking off White River and Stanley County at the Stanley County Volleyball Triangular in Ft. Pierre to improve to 2-3 overall.

Panther boys second at LMC, Ryan Day Memorial XC meet

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Teammates Ian Beyer and Caleb Bieber stuck close together on the course at the Little Moreau Conference and Ryan Day Memorial cross country meet in Faith on Friday, Sept. 4. So close, in fact, that despite Beyer’s stronger sprint to the finish, the pair still finished the 5,000-meter race fifth and sixth, respectively, helping the Timber Lake Panthers place second overall in the boys division.

Scoreboard

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FOOTBALL Timber Lake 58 Dupree 6 #2 Lemmon-McIntosh 50 Hettinger-Scranton, ND 0 Mobridge-Pollock 50 Lead-Deadwood 0 Faith 32 Harding Co. 26 OT Potter Co.

Flexin’ on ‘em ...

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The Dupree Tiger football cheerleaders — Erin Lemke, Trinity Leithauser, Malory Peacock, Tristan Little Wounded and Maliyah High Elk — flex their muscles as they prepared to fire up the home crowd before the football game Friday night.

OPENING STATEMENT

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When Timber Lake scored on the opening drive of last Friday’s football season opener against Faith and the Longhorns responded by returning the ensuing kickoff 90 yards for a touchdown, it was as if they’d thrown gasoline on a fire, igniting a response that resulted in a lopsided 64-14 Panther victory in a game ended early under the 50-point Mercy Rule.