Tigers lose “cat fight” to Panthers


by Ross DuBray

The Dupree Tigers football team faced the Timber Lake Panthers. Despite only having ten players on a nine-man team, the Tigers fought a hard battle to the final whistle losing 30-12.Garrett Keegan scored two touchdowns for the Tigers and led the team in rushing with 60 yards. Kash Deal carried the ball for 54 yards, Seth Longbrake ran for 22 yards, and Camden Clown scrambled for 17. “We started the game fairly well,” said Head Coach Arlie Hulm. “Doing what we wanted to do offensively. Defensively we had a number of penalties that kept us on the defensive side of the ball for too long and never had a chance to play our game.”Defensively, Garrett Keegan led the Tigers with 13 tackles followed by Kash Deal with 12. Jerry Jacobs had a big game with 12 tackles; two fumble recoveries and one interception.  Seth Longbrake finished with nine tackles, Rardy Anderson with 8, Clinton Farlee, Collin Hunt, Jeffrie Shaving each with seven and GP Pederson finished with two. “We had great effort from the guys’ added Hulm. “We’re looking forward to hosting Lemmon/McIntosh for our homecoming this Friday where we’ll have all of our players back.”

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Most recent regular Eagle Butte City Council Meeting on April 9, 2014. Recording records entire meeting excluding a one-hour executive session. Top action taken: approved Tuesday's Ward II election results; rescinded February council action reducing Mayor salary, putting it back to what it was prior to action; appointed Verzella LaPlante Mayor; appointed Tyson LaPlante to fill Ward II seat. Most recent Dupree City Council meeting held on Monday, April 7, 2014. Most recent regular Dupree City Council Meeting held on March 3, 2014. Recording starts shortly after meeting was called to order and runs entire length of meeting. Main discussion points included city streets and the upcoming April election.


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