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Three Forks dazzles at district track

 

Anthony Deriana runs his leg of the 4x100 relay at last week's 5B District Track Meet in Belgrade. Voice photo by Melissa Jenkins

There were plenty of amazing finishes for Three Forks High School at last week's 5B District Track Meet in Belgrade.

The Wolves ended the meet with eight individual titles. As a team the girls finished in second place with 145 points. Manhattan placed first with 165 points. The boys squad finished in fourth place.

It was a huge day for junior Kendall Lynn and Senior Payton Ohs. Lynn was first in the long jump and triple jump, second in the high jump, and fourth in the 300 hurdles. Ohs was first in the discus and javelin, third in the pole vault, and sixth in the shot put.

Kyle Olson had another strong day finishing first in the 800, second in the 1600, fourth in the 3200, fifth in the high jump and fourth in the triple jump.

Freshman Jasmyn Murphy also shined picking up a first-place finish in the 300 hurdles, She was third in the 200 meters and fifth in the high jump.

Other top ten finishers for the girls were Addie Van Fleet finishing 10th in the 100, Kodee Kolberg placing eighth in the 800, Traci Johnston seventh in the 3200, Welter ninth in the shot put and second in the javelin, Breanna Bloch third in the javelin and Savannah Jensen ninth in the shot put. Keaton Lynn was sixth in the triple jump.

The girls 4x100 team of Welter, VanVleet, Keaton Lynn and Murphy finished in second place. The 4x400 team of Katie Kotter, Johnston, VanVleet and Kolberg finished in third.

On the boy's side, seniors Payden Lynn and Bryce Olson both picked up individual titles.

Payden Lynn competes in the high jump.

Olson won the pole vault with a personal best of 13-06-00.. He was seventh in the 800, 10th in the 300, sixth in the long jump and fourth in the triple jump.

Lynn finished in first place in the javelin. He was fifth in the 200, second in the high jump, second in the long jump, and second in the triple jump.

Tyler Williams was fifth in the 100, eighth in the 200, seventh in the long jump and eighth in the triple jump.

Jordan Buley was eighth in the 400, Devon Potts was eighth in the 800 and ninth in the 1600, Wyatt Golding was eighth in the 1600, Smokey Jensen was seventh in the discus and eighth in the shot put and Owen Long was third in the high jump.

The team will next compete Thursday, May 16 at the Divisional Meet in Laurel.

 

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