While the weather has not always cooperated for the Three Forks High School Golf team, the Wolves have produced some big-time results when they have competed.
Head Coach Aaron Harkins said Three Forks had another great day on the course while competing at a tournament in Livingston.
The girls' squad finished in an impressive second place with a team total of 411, and the boys finished in fourth place.
It was quite the day for Lydia Kluin, who Harkins said shot a PR of 96, good for fourth place. Ari Judd was just behind Kluin, finishing in a tie for fifth after shooting a 97. Harkins said Page Lien also PR'd with a 106, and Kennedy Rogers fired her career best of 112.
The boys were led the Hunter Feddes, who finished in 10th place with a season-low of 88. Morgan Karn was 13th with a 91, and Devon Long was 14th after shooting a 92. In his first varsity tournament of the season, Shane Williams finished with a 99.
"Well done Wolves, and keep up the great work," Harkins said.