Timberlake High School

Achievements

2015-2016 Achievements

Through academics, athletics, co-curricular activities, and community service, Timberlake High School and Timberlake High School students have once again excelled during the 2015-2016 school year.  Here are some of the highlights:

  • For the eighth consecutive year Timberlake High School made the list of “Best High Schools” by US News and World Report
  • Timberlake High School is listed by homefacts.com as an “A” rated school
  • Timberlake High School was ranked 13th by the Niche Best Public Schools in Idaho.
  • For the seventh consecutive year Timberlake High School’s Student Council received the “Outstanding Student Council Award” for the state of Idaho
  • Tim Cronnelly was recognized by the Idaho Athletic Administrator Association as the 3A Athletic Director of the Year
  • The boys cross country team qualified for their twelfth consecutive state meet; won their seventh district championship and earned their fourth state trophy by finishing 3rd at the state meet
  • The girls cross country team qualified for their 11th state meet; earned their seventh consecutive district title and earned their eighth consecutive state trophy by finishing 3rd at the state meet
  • The football team won their seventh consecutive IML title, and competed in their fourteenth consecutive state playoff
  • Coach Roy Albertson was recognized as the IML Football Coach of the Year
  • The girls soccer team won their fifth consecutive district title, and participated in their fifth consecutive state tournament finishing 3rd
  • The volleyball team won the IML and district titles, and participated in the state tournament
  • Coach Michelle Garwood was recognized as the IML Volleyball Coach of the Year
  • The girls basketball team won their second consecutive IML and district titles, and won their first state championship
  • Allison Kirby was recognized as the Idaho 3A Girls Basketball Player of the Year
  • The girls basketball team was recognized by the North Idaho Hall of Fame as the 3A Team of the Year
  • Keelie Lawler and Allison Kirby were recognized by the North Idaho Hall of Fame as the 3A Girls Basketball Players of the Year
  • Allison Kirby was recognized by the North Idaho Hall of Fame as the 3A Female Athlete of the Year
  • Coach Matt Miller was recognized as the IML Girls Basketball Coach of the Year, and the Idaho Coaches Association 3A Coach of the Year
  • The wrestling team qualified 14 wrestlers to the state wrestling tournament, and had 2 state placers
  • The boys track team extended their IML dual win streak to 56, won their fourteenth consecutive league and district titles, qualified 12 participants for the state track meet, and placed 4th at state
  • Graduating Senior Randy Duclos won the individual 100 M state championship
  • The girls track team extended their IML dual win streak to 31, won their ninth consecutive league title, won their second consecutive district title, and qualified 11 participants for the state track meet, and placed 11th at state
  • Coach Brian Kluss was selected as the IML Track Coach of the Year
  • The softball team won the district title, and qualified for their seventeenth consecutive state tournament
  • There are three graduating seniors who are planning to participate in college athletics. They are: Jamey Weishaar – cross country and track at Lewis and Clark State College; Braxton Tonkin – baseball at Chemeketa Community College; and Jerrett Plunkett – baseball at Blue Mountain Community College
  • Seven graduating seniors have enlisted into the armed forces: Logan Condon has enlisted into the US Marines; Ross Jenkins, Shawn Doran, Melissa Gibson, and Evan Valance have enlisted into the Air Force; Michael Blayne has enlisted into the Army; and Ryan Starr has enlisted into the US Navy ROTC program
  • The Band Earned an Excellent Rating at Dist. 1 IMEA Contest
  • Stephen Baures and Emily Miller competed at Dist. 1 IMEA Solo/Ensemble Contest.
  • Naomi Hodgkins and Joe Watts competed at Dist. 1 IMEA Solo/Ensemble Contest.
  • Emily Miller qualified to compete in the State Solo Contest.
  • Stephen Baures was selected to participate in the All-State Band at the IMEA State Conference.
  • Kylee Amos and Naomi Hodgkins were selected to participate in the All-State Treble Choir at the IMEA State Conference.
  • Stephen Baures was selected to participate in the Western International Band Clinic in SeaTac Washington. He also represented the United States in the Australian sister event in September.
  • Stephen Baures, Elliott Hughes, Jordon Nield and Drake VanBuskirk attended the BYU Idaho Honor Band in January.
  • Thirteen students qualified for state FCCLA and seven students went on to qualify for National FCCLA including seniors Samanatha McCubbin, Kyla Trumble, Breanna Bodak, and McKayla Riley
  • Thirteen students qualified for the state BPA competition
  • Kylee Amos finished 1st in state in interview skills at the state BPA competiton, and Rose Cheung placed 7th in presentation management
  • Eight Tiger TV students qualified for the state broadcast news competition through BPA.  Six graduating seniors were among the qualifiers.  Randy Duclos, Kaylie Foote, Colleen Cronnelly, Gwen Sincerbeaux, Thomas Hauck and Kourtney Silver. 
  • Seven Tiger TV students were nominated for Northwest Student Emmy Awards, the only nominees from Idaho.  Three Emmy awards were won.  Four graduating seniors were among the nominees.  Colleen Cronnelly, Gwen Sincerbeaux, Kaylie Foote and Randy Duclos. Kaylie won the Emmy in both categories she was nominated.
  • Two students qualified for the State Speech competition:  Kylee Amos and Rose Cheung 
  • Eight students qualified for the State Theater competition:  Kylee Amos, Avery Durland, Emma Von Till, Nathaniel Barker, Makena Barnett, Rachel Boss, Naomi Hodgkins, and Aurora Peacock
  • The yearbook was featured in the national publication, Ideas that Fly produced by Herff Jones
  • Timberlake students raised several thousand dollars this year that were donated to charity organizations or given as scholarships
  • Timberlake students donated approximately 1800 pounds of canned food during the homecoming food drive
  • Timberlake students donated 168 units of blood through the leadership blood drives
  • Timberlake High School won the “Battle of the Buck”
  • During the eighth annual “You CAN Make a Difference” day, THS raised over $2000