Wolves start strong
April 6, 2022
There were plenty of positives in the two opening meets for the Three Forks High School Track and Field Team.
The Wolves opened the season on March 31 in Columbus and would compete again on Saturday at the Class B Kickoff in Lockwood.
According to Head Coach Tracy Welter, a big highlight from the opener in Columbus was Jasmyn Murphy finishing first and auto-qualifying for state in the long jump. Murphy also won the 400 meters and was fourth in the 800 meters. Welter noted other highlights were Jayden Woodland winning the 3200 meters, and Morgan Carr winning the discus.
Other top-ten finishes for Three Forks were Bella Jones finshing fourth in the 1600, Devynn Judd placing seventh in the 1600, Claire Van Vleet placing fourth in the 100 hurdles, Kylie Rowan finishing second in the shot put and seventh in the discus, Eva Parker coming in sixth in the shot put, and Brielle Davis placing sixth in the shot put and third in the javelin. Murphy and Hemi Ervin tied for seventh in the discus. Rowan also finished ninth in the triple jump.
On the boys' side, Garrett Golding was sixth in the 100 meters, Bryon Fanning was third in the 3200 meters, and Beau Johnston was fourth in the 3200. Lucas Roberts finished seventh in the javelin, and Dawson Frisinger was 10th in the triple jump.
Murphy was strong again in Lockwood, finishing second in the 200, long jump, and 300 hurdles.
Woodland finished third in the 3200 and auto qualified for state. Jones was third in the 1600, Rowan was fourth in shot, Davis was second in the discus and sixth in the javelin, Carr was sixth in the discus, Parker finished fifth in the shot put, Golding was second in the 800, Fanning was third in the 3200, and Frisinger was sixth in the triple jump.
The 1600 relay team of Reichman, Jones, Judd, and Davis finished fourth.
The 3200 relay team of Jaron Berg, Trevor Davis, Michael, McIlwraith, and Golding finished in sixth.
Three Forks will next compete Saturday at the Townsend Meet in East Helena.