Tiospaye Topa School held its first handgame tournament on November 1. Crow Creek, Wakpala, Takini, Dupree and Tiospaye Topa schools participated in the event with the TTS Thunderhawks taking first place in the elementary division, and Crow Creek taking the top high school award.
The state of South Dakota was well represented at the Indian National Finals Rodeo held in Las Vegas, NV, Oct. 22-26. Fourty-one contestants traveled from South Dakota to compete at the South Point Hotel and Casino, twenty-two of which call Cheyenne River their home. Bullfighter Marshall Byrne and five South Dakota stock contractors made their appearance, including X3 Rodeo and […]
Class B Action: The Timber Lake Boys Varsity team brought home the second place title this past weekened at the Class B Cross Country State Championships in Huron. Coach Donna Aberle commended the boys’ performance and said that this was the first time since the 1960s that the school has placed a state. “There are three banners in our school […]
In its inaugural year, the All Nations Football Conference had 12 schools from across South Dakota participate, with two schools from Cheyenne River in competing – Takini and Cheyenne-Eagle Butte. Last week, All-Conference players and Honorable Mention were announced and are as follows: All-Conference: Mhaki Hollow Horn (Takini) Jonathon Fire Cloud (Takini) Leon Brown Otter (Cheyenne-Eagle Butte) Lane Mousseaux (Cheyenne-Eagle […]
The Timber Lake Panthers had yet another successful season as they closed out the year with a 6-2 record. Although their hopes for advancing in the post-season were dashed by a 0-50 loss to the Warner Monarchs last Thursday, Head Coach Ryan Gimbel had high regards for the team’s performance this season as shared his hopes for next season: What […]
The Tiospaye Topa Thunderhawks held their homecoming on Thursday, October 17 and played against the Takini Skyhawks. The scores were as followed: Set: Tiospaye Topa/Takini 1 11-25 2 25-21 3 25-22 4 10-25 5 6-15
Timber Lake Panthers: The Timber Lake Panthers fell to the Harding County Ranchers in their last regular season game on Friday, October 17, which left the Panthers with a record of 6-2. Two interceptions and a defense that was unable to stop the Ranchers’ offense resulted in a loss 30-62. Going into the first round of the Class 9A Football […]