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Loss at home

The boys basketball team had 2 games over the weekend. On Friday night the boys lost a tough game to Winter Park 53-52 with it coming down to the buzzer. On Saturday, the Wolves played hard but came up a little short in the end and lost 69-64 to Lake Minneola. TC head Boys Basketball

19 Schools 1 Team: Winter Park soccer players show their sportsmanship

Timber Creek Head Boys’ Soccer Coach, Ibrahim Chehab, awards two Winter Park Boys’ Soccer players a Sportsmanship certificate and medal. When Timber Creek player, senior Logan Hanna injured his ankle on a play, Winter Park’s keeper, Troy Timmons, and center defense, Teague Coleman, came to his aid and helped remove Hanna from the field. It was a

“Kicking” Off a New Season

The Timber Creek Varsity soccer team managed a good start for the season, when on Tuesday’s game (11/17), the Wolves were able to pull off a win with the final score being 1-0. Senior Logan Hanna made the only goal for this game with junior, Anthony Pulido assisting. Hopefully we will be seeing our very own varsity

Victory at Celebration

Timber Creek boys basketball beat Celebration last night 82-65. Despite a late surge from Celebration, the Wolves knocked down shots when it counted and came out on top. The Team’s record is now 2-1.

Wolves Win Season Opener

Thursday November 19th, Timber Creek boys Varsity Basketball traveled to East River and prevailed 64-61. It was a hard fought game between the rivals. Timber Creek handled themselves with poise going into halftime up 37-26.  At the start of the second half the Falcons came out determined to win the game shooting lights out from

State Tournament- Boy’s Golf

This past week was the State Tournament for the Timber Creek Boy’s Golf team. The tournament was intense but went very well. Congratulations to senior Justin Karlins for placing fifth place and representing what an excellent job the Boy’s Golf teams has been doing. “Justin represented Timber Creek well at states.  Battling a tough course,

Swimming to States

Saturday, November 14, 2015 was a turning point for the Timber Creek girls’ relay team. The team competed in the 200 medley relay and placed 10th in the state with seven girls making it to regionals. This was huge for the girls because they have not been to states for over 3 years and the

Former Timber Creek student athlete off to a great start at FSU.

Timber Creek alumnus of the class of 2015, Jacques Patrick, had an amazing game for FSU last Saturday. The game against Syracuse was Patrick’s first start for the Seminoles and he didn’t disappoint. Patrick scored his first two career touchdowns in the second quarter, finishing the game with three touchdowns, 162 yards, and 24 carries.

Girls’ Wrestling Interest Meeting

There will be a mandatory meeting for all girls interested in wrestling this year on Monday, November 2 at 2:30 in the gym breezeway. Girls who are planning to wrestle need to have a current physical on file with the athletic trainers. Please see Coach Kretzer in room 426 if you have any questions.