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  • Senior Cheerleaders headed to East-West Shrine Game

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Jun 12, 2024

    The Three Forks High School Cheer team will be well represented at the 77th annual East-West Shrine Game. Seniors Ericka Johnson, Paige Lien, and Ari Judd were all selected to cheer at the Saturday, June 15 game in Billings. Fellow senior Sarah Christman was chosen as an alternate. For Wolves Head Coach Tawni Regier, it is incredibly exciting for the program to see cheerleaders selected to participate in the game, which raises money and public awareness for the Shriner's Children's Hospital in... Full story

  • Moeykens, MSU headed to National Finals

    MSU News Service|Jun 5, 2024

    A dozen Montana State University student-athletes, including Tayla Moeykens of Three Forks will travel to Casper, Wyoming, next week for the start of the Collegiate National Finals Rodeo. The competition is scheduled for June 9-15 at the Ford Wyoming Center. After winning the Big Sky Region title for both men and women this spring, the Bobcats will send seven men and five women to the CNFR to compete in saddle bronc riding, bareback riding, steer wrestling, tie-down roping, breakaway roping,...

  • Track and Field Excels at State

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 29, 2024

    At a team meeting the night before last week's Class B State Track and Field Meet in Laurel, Three Forks Head Coach Dillon Gongliewski challenged his team to "leave it all out there" at the season-ending meet. According to the first-year Head Coach, his team answered the call. "They did amazing, First, we believe this is one of the largest group of kids Three Forks has sent to state in a long time. Everyone came to compete. They ran, jumped, and threw their hearts out," he said. The Wolves ended... Full story

  • Eriksson finishes sixth at state

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 29, 2024

    With a sixth-place finish at last week's Class B/C State Tennis Tournament in Missoula, Three Forks junior Malia Eriksson became the first player in program history to medal at state. Wolves Head Coach Janna Lauver described Eriksson's journey to placement as a thrilling experience that ended the 2024 season on a high note. Eriksson opened play on May 23 with a 6-3, 6-1 win over Paetyn Templet of Fort Benton. After losing her next match 1-6, 6-7 to Patience Lorenz, Eriksson ended the first day... Full story

  • Wolves win one at state tournament

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 29, 2024

    It was quite the season for the Three Forks High School Softball team. In just the program's second year, the Wolves doubled their win total of 8 in their inaugural season, picking up their 16th win with a 20-3 win over Thompson Falls to finish third at the Divisional Tournament. One week later, at the Class B/C State Tournament at Stewart Park in Billings, Three Forks was able to get win 17. After falling 12-7 to Conrad in their opening round game at state, Three Forks bounced back with an impr...

  • Wolves headed to state

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 22, 2024

    After losing 3-2 in extra innings to Thompson Falls on May 16 in the opening round of the Western B/C Divisional Softball Tournament in Florence, the Three Forks High School Softball team would need to win two consecutive games the following day to advance to state. Not only did the Wolves win their next two on May 17 with a 12-2 victory over Troy and a 15-5 win over Mission-Arlo-Charlee (MAC), but they would also get revenge against Thompson Falls with a phenomenal 20-3 win on May 18 to finish...

  • Judd wins state individual title, Wolves finish third

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 22, 2024

    The Three Forks High School Golf team ended their season in impressive fashion at last week’s Class B State Tournament at the Marias Valley Golf & Country Club in Shelby. The Lady Wolves wrapped up the tournament with an outstanding third-place finish, with senior golfer Ari Judd winning the state individual title with rounds of 81 and 78. Judd finished six spots above second-place finisher Cate Leydig of Lone Peak. Head Coach Aaron Harkins said it was quite the thrilling ride over two days i... Full story

  • Track and Field headed to state

    Jack, Three Forks Voice|May 22, 2024

    After two strong postseason performances, the Three Forks High School Track and Field team will wrap up the 2024 season at this week's Class B State Meet scheduled for May 23 to 25 in Laurel. It was another great weekend for the Wolves at last week's Southern B Divisional Meet in Laurel. Numerous Three Forks student-athletes finished in the top eight and qualified for the season-ending meet. "Overall, it was an incredible day at Divisionals with huge PRs from the relays for boys and girls. We... Full story

  • Wolves finish second, Eriksson wins singles title

    jack, Three Forks Voice|May 22, 2024

    After an amazing performance at last week’s Southeast Divisional Tournament in Belgrade, the Three Forks High School Tennis team is headed to state. The Wolves finished the two-day tournament in second place with 46 points, just behind Broadwater County High School, which had 48. For the first time in program history, Three Forks had an individual champion, Malia Eriksson, who finished in first place. The doubles team of Maddie Griffiths and Karin Williams also excelled in Belgrade, becoming the... Full story

  • Golfers battle elements to bring home first-place finish

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 15, 2024

    Low temperatures, snow, and horrific wind at last week’s Divisional Tournament in Anaconda could not deter another outstanding performance for the Three Forks High School Golf team. The Three Forks Girls’ team ended the May 7 tournament as Divisional Champions, with senior Ari Judd finishing in first place. “The divisional golf round was nothing short of a hard-fought battle. With the wind chill hovering right around freezing all day and intermittent snow, the Wolves golf teams did incre... Full story

  • Three Forks tennis set to open postseason at this week's Southeast Divisional Tournament

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 15, 2024

    It's postseason time for the Three Forks High School Tennis team. After a successful regular season, the Wolves will travel this week to Belgrade for the 2024 Southeast Divisional Tournament, which is scheduled for May 16 to 18. Head Coach Janna Lauver said the Divisional Tournament is looking solid for the team after the strong regular season, adding the top six singles and doubles teams will advance to next week's state tournament in Missoula. "Three Forks is looking to take as many of those... Full story

  • Three Forks honors Page, Parker, and Schall

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 15, 2024

    The Three Forks High School Softball team is heading to Divisionals. The Wolves qualified for the tournament with a 12-2 Divisional Play-In game win on May 14 over visiting Powell County High School. With the victory, the Wolves are now 13-5 on the season and will open play in the Divisional Tournament on May 16 in Florence. "We are excited. We fully expected to be Divisionals and State. We've now got to go win two games at Divisionals," Head Coach Clay Feliciano said following the game. SENIOR... Full story

  • Big time day for Wolves Track and Field

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 15, 2024

    The Three Forks High School Track and Field team opened the postseason in style at last week's 5B District Meet in Belgrade, with the girls' and boys' finishing in third place. "All of us coaches are so proud of every single athlete who helped get the team as a whole to this point. The support and encouragement from the team really shined through, and every athlete has been so incredibly valuable and integral to this team and the success we are seeing. The athletes have put in so much work, and... Full story

  • Middle School Track has great meet

    May 8, 2024

    The Three Forks Middle School Track and Field team shined at the recent Manhattan Christian Middle School Meet. RESULTS: Alayna Paye: 2nd discuss and 5th in shot put. Audrey Keller: 1st in 100, 200 and relay. Eli Crosiar: 2nd in the 100 hurdles and 2nd in 200 Linley Noble: 2nd long jump, 6th in the 100, and 1st in the relay. Acie Kelley: 1st in relay, 2nd mile and 4th in the 800 Gavin Etchinson: 1st 100 hurdles, 3rd long jump, 4th in shot. Brody Wiseman: 3rd shot.... Full story

  • Wolves explode for 25 runs in win over Deer Lodge

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 8, 2024

    After taking a 9-5 lead after three innings of their April 30 road game at Deer Lodge, the Three Forks High School Softball team exploded in the fourth inning, scoring 17 runs on their way to a 26-5 victory. According to Head Coach Clay Feliciano, Three Forks (10-4), now on a three-game winning streak, had ten hits in the victory, including two each from Maycee Church and Kinley Feliciano. AdaRae Thomas led the way with three 3 RBIs, and Eva Parker, Church, and Kinley Feliciano each added two. Kinley Feliciano had a complete game with 81... Full story

  • Tennis closing out strong regular season at Best of the West

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 8, 2024

    After a strong showing at last week's Dawg Bite Invitational, the Three Forks High School Tennis team will wrap up a successful regular season on May 10 and 11 in Missoula. "I know the team is strong this year, and we are holding a solid record in both singles and doubles as we walk into our last regular-season matches at the Best of the West in Missoula, hosted by Loyola Sacred Heart," Head Coach Janna Lauver said. After facing off on day one with Cut Bank and host Loyola, Lauver said the team... Full story

  • Three Forks Track and Field dominates at John Cheek Top 8 event in Anaconda

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 8, 2024

    It was a phenomenal performance for the Three Forks High School Track and Field team at last week's John Cheek Top 8 event in Anaconda. The Wolves girls' team finished first with a team total of 98.5, well above Jefferson High School, which was second with 76.5. The Three Forks boys' team also shined in Anaconda, finishing in fifth place out of 21 teams with a score of 60.5. Head Coach Dillon Gongliewski said it was a fantastic meet for the team. The girls' 4x400 team of Bella Jones, Devynn... Full story

  • Golfers close out regular season in impressive fashion

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 8, 2024

    After a successful regular season, the Three Forks High School Golf team will open the postseason on May 7 at the Divisional Tournament at the Old Works Golf Course in Anaconda. The Wolves ended the regular season with a busy week of action, including competing on April 29 in Shelby, hosting their annual home tournament on April 30 at the Headwaters Golf Course in Three Forks, and with a sneak peek of Old Works at the Anaconda Invitational on May 2. Head Coach Aaron Harkins said the Three Forks... Full story

  • Tennis team wins 22 matches at Red Lodge Invitational

    May 1, 2024

    It was quite the weekend for the Three Forks High School Tennis team, which won 22 of 31 matches on April 26 and 27 at the Red Lodge Invitational in Billings. At number one singles, Malia Eriksson had a 6-3, 5-7, 7-5 win over Emily Enos of Baker, a 6-2, 6-2 win over Taylor Schultz of Red Lodge, a 6-2, 6-2 win over Gena Reum of Wolf Point, and a victory over Iris Kessler of Forsyth. Three Forks' number two singles player, Ali Kotter, won 7-5, 7-6 (7-3) over a Red Lodge opponent and 6-3, 6-2 over... Full story

  • Wolves Softball wins 2

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 1, 2024

    Not only did the Three Forks High School Softball team break out of a slump last week, but they did so in impressive fashion, with two double-digit victories. After opening a busy week on April 16 with a loss to Belgrade, Three Forks (9-4) concluded the week in style, breaking a four-game losing streak with a 13-1 road win on April 25 over Ennis and a 12-2 victory on April 26 at Anaconda. "I was very happy to see the girls bounce back after a tough stretch," Head Coach Clay Feliciano said.... Full story

  • Outwork someone today: Golfers continue to improve

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 1, 2024

    There have been plenty of positives of late as the Three Forks High School Golf team inches closer to the postseason. It was a tremendous day for the Wolves last Thursday in Ennis, led by senior standout and Southern Virginia University bound Ari Judd, who shot a career-low 78. According to Head Coach Aaron Harkins, the team continues to have some great days on the golf course. Harkins said the girls' team performed well at the tournament with Claire Van Vleet continuing to shoot lower and finis...

  • Wilder named captain of Bozeman D2 Red Lacrosse team

    May 1, 2024

    Lacrosse player Carson Wilder of Three Forks High School has been announced as a captain of one of the Bozeman High School D2 teams. Carson has been a key player for the D2 Red team in the first half of the lacrosse season having scored multiple game “hat tricks”. Over the course of two games during an April weekend in Boise, Carson logged a total of 8 points. Keep an eye out for the lefty attack player putting shots in the top left corner of the cage, Car-son is hoping to have another shot at beating the other Bozeman D2 team (white) in the... Full story

  • Noble sets school record, Three Forks excels in East Helena

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|May 1, 2024

    While neither the weather nor a change in schedule was ideal, the Three Forks High School Track and Field team once again shined on April 27 at East Helena. Another strong day of results was sparked by a fantastic performance by freshman Maya Noble, who set a school record of 9’ 0” in the pole vault and also auto-qualified for state in the high jump. “The team as a whole battled through a lot of confusion and the elements. It was quite unfortunate that they ended up switching up the schedule halfway through the meet, which really hinde...

  • Bryon Fanning signs to run at Montana Tech

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Apr 24, 2024

    As a junior, Three Forks student-athlete Bryon Fanning finished in the top 10 at the Class B Cross Country State Meet, helping his team to back-to-back second-place finishes. Several months later, Fanning would finish the 2022-23 school year in style with two top-ten finishes at the State Track Meet in Butte, including fourth place in the 3200 meters. The outstanding junior campaign set the stage for what has been quite the senior season for Fanning, who finished third at the Class B State... Full story

  • Wolves continue strong start to season

    Jack H. Smith, Three Forks Voice|Apr 24, 2024

    Despite less-than-ideal weather, the Three Forks High School Track and Field team had a great showing at last Saturday's Manhattan Christian Invitational in Bozeman. "It was incredibly cold, so the times don't indicate how well the team competed. They hammered down, battled through it, came out with respectable times, and held their own against a number of very competitive teams," Head Coach Dillon Gongliewski said. It was a strong start to the day for Three Forks junior Kylie Rowan, who... Full story

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