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By Jack H. Smith
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Three Forks headed to state meet


October 23, 2019

The Three Forks High School and Middle School cross country teams wrapped up their regular season at last week’s Rusty Raisland Invitational in Townsend.

Head coach Tara Forsberg said the team ran fine in Townsend.

“We didn’t have anybody stand out per se, but they just ran consistent with their times,” she said.

In the boys varsity race, Devon Potts finished 29th with a time of 20:20.46. Jaron Berg finished at 20:40.83, Trace Hay had a time of 21:23.87, Dean Buchholz ended his race at 21:53.51, Asher Lehr finished at 24:18.22 and John Ward had a time of 25:53.51.

Senior Hannah Wilson led the way for the Lady Wolves with an 18th place finish and a time of 22:08.55. Others competing for Three Forks were Kodee Kolberg (23:38.77), Lily Jones (24:49.44), Mina Pachalova (28:15.52) and Inna Pachalova (29:32.87).

The Wolves had a strong day in the boys junior varsity race.

Jacob Ramsey led Three Forks with a sixth-place finish and a time of 18:46.56. Garrett Golding was 10th with a time of 20:10:27, and Beau Johnston had a time of 20:24.90.

It was another strong meet for the two middle school teams.

Seventh-grader Bella Jones had another outstanding day for the Lady Wolves with a second-place finish and a time of 10:22.94. Others competing for Three Forks were Zandra Potts (11:33.47), Gracie Williams (11:35.89), Devyn Judd (12:17.11), Alyssa Golding (12:17.91), Kylie Martin (12:19.48), Lauren Welch (12:45.41), Aislyn Gifford (13:12.77) and Mirabelle Lehr (15:06.93)..

On the boys side, Bryon Fanning led the way with a fourth-place finish and a time of 9:18.35. Cass Violett and Gabe Hungerford also finished in the top 10 for Three Forks. Violett was seventh with a time of 9:37.80, and Hungerford was eight with a finish of 9:43.20.

Others competing for the Wolves were Sam Ramsey (10:08.21), Rhett Violett (10:10.93), Sawyer Marx (11:29.16), Geno Ferraya (12:10.36) and Brady Olson (12:19.44).

The high school team will wrap up their season Saturday at the State Cross Country Meet in Great Falls.

“We are looking forward to seeing how they perform at state and finish out their season,” Forsberg said.


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