By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Wolves shine at second home meet


October 7, 2020

Devon Potts and Jaron Berg work towards the finish line at last week's meet at Headwaters State Park. Photo by Trisha Jones (Trisha Jones Photography).

For the second time this season, the Three Forks High School cross country team was able to compete at home at last Saturday's meet at Headwaters State Park.

Head Coach Tara Forsberg said she was happy with the performance of the team.

"We had to put some boys JV runners on varsity due to illness but both boys stepped it up and ran a good race. Our girls mostly hit their goal time and some were faster than what we were shooting for," she said.

Junior Jayden Woodland had another strong day for Three Forks finishing third in the girls race with a time of 21:02. Others competing for the Lady Wolves were Kodee Kolberg (22:50), Lily Jones (23:51), Zandra Potts (24:44), Rylee Dell (26:33), and Kinzee Howie (27:13).

Three Forks had two runners place in the top 10 in the boys race. Bryon Fanning was ninth with a time of 18:57 and Beau Johnston finished at 18:58. Others competing for the Wolves were Jaron Berg (20:05), Devon Potts (20:16), Noah Hegar (21:28), and Asher Lehr (23:17).

Trace Hay was second in the junior varsity boys race with a time of 21:44.


Jayden Woodland had a great race last week at Headwaters State Park. Photo by Trisha Jones (Trisha Jones Photography).

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

On the girls side, Bella Jones led the way with a second-place finish in the two-mile race with a time of 14:43. Others competing in the girls race were Dawson Petersen (16:39), Devyn Judd (16:47), Maya Noble (16:50), Claire Van Vleet (17:22), Grace Kluin (17:33), Ryen Stites (18:48), and Anna Dabling.

The boys had a strong day with four Wolves finishing in the top 10.

Cass Violett was second at 12:24, Chris Harmon was third (13:38), Kaia Ingraham was sixth (15:05), Tommy Emens was seventh (15:160-), and Jayson Davisson was tenth (16:20).

Others competing for Three Forks were Sam Petersen (17:16), Malachi Tucker (17:47), Jackson Fanning (19:19), Aidan Almazan (19:59), Kuyler Ward (20:07), and Jacoby Berg (21:08).


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