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By Jack H. Smith
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Three Forks shines at home meet

 

September 16, 2020

The Three Forks Lady Wolves junior high team had some great times at last week's Headwaters Invite. Voice photos by Melissa Jenkins

Three Forks High School cross country head coach Tara Forsberg was plenty pleased with the way her team competed at last Saturday's Headwaters Invitational.

"Our athletes came to run. We had many PRs (personal record)," she said. "Our boys team is running really well right now. They are training smart and working hard. Our ladies all had great races, they are in a tough field against Townsend and Manhattan."

Leading the way for the boys was Garret Golding who finished sixth with a time of 18:10.07. Beau Johnson was also in the top ten with a time of 18:30.8. Others competing in the varsity race for the Wolves were Bryon Fanning (18:43.5), Gabe Hungerford (19:23.2), Anthony Derian (19:34.8), Jaron Berg (19:54.9), and Rhett Violet.

Trace Hay finished second in the junior high race with a time of 21:23, and Noah Hegar was fourth with a time of 21:52.2.

In the Junior High race, Cass Violett finished in second with a time of 12:24.7. Also competing in the two-mile race were Kaia Ingraham (12:34.7), Tommy Emens (16:03.7), Jayson Davisson (16:56.1), Malachi Tucker (18:24.0), Aidan Almazan (18:53.3), Kuyler Ward (23:12.5) and Jacoby Berg (23:57.8).

Jayden Woodland led the varsity Lady Wolves with a ninth-place finish and a time of 21:46.1. Others competing were Kodee Kolberg (22:23.7), Ari Judd (23:53.1), Lily Jones (24:02.4), Zandra Potts (24:29.1), Rylee Dell (25:24.2) and Kinzee Howie (25:26.0). In the junior varsity race, Mina Pachalova finished with a time of 26:19.7.

Bella Jones shined in the junior high race with second-place finish at 14:27.9. Others competing were Claire Cutler (17:32.0), Dawson Petersen (17:45.7), Grace Kluin (18:03.9), Claire Van Vleet (18:09.3), Devyn Judd (18:14.3), Ryen Stites (19:07.0) and Anna Dabling (21:55.4).

Able to host a home meet for the second consecutive year, Forsberg said she heard many positive comments about the course.

"Times were fast, the weather was perfect," she said.

 

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