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By Jean Farnam
Three Forks Voice 

Lady Wolves return plethora of experience

 

August 28, 2019

There will be plenty of experience on the 2019 Three Forks High School volleyball team.

A senior laden Three Forks High School volleyball team will open the 2019- season at a two-day tournament August 30 and 31 in Choteau.

The team lost just two varsity players to graduation and while head coach Tracy Welter said there are huge shoes to fill, all eight seniors can all really play.

Welter was pleased with the offseason commitment of he team at open gyms and camps and it has shown in the first two weeks of practice.

Keaton Lynn is a key returning player for the Lady Wolves.

"For the most part we had a ton of kids here that wanted to improve, and it really showed coming into the season. A lot of them carried their skill over from summer. It was a really good turnout," she said. "The kids know the routine and we are not reteaching things they should already know."

The team had a total of 42 kids' tryout and Welter said unfortunately they did have to make some cuts down to 35. Welter added many of the players on the team have experienced success at the state level in both track and basketball.

"The goal is to make it out of Divisionals and into the state tournament," she said.

Looking towards the first action of the season, Welter said they will be working with lineups and figuring out what rotations

The eight seniors on the 2019 team are Erin Welter, Brianna Bloch, Macey Combs, Kendall Lynn, McKenzie Feddes, Peyton Page, Lilly Lindquist and Kirstin Klompien.

 

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