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Three Forks Track and Field Athletes continue to set PRs

It was another week of numerous personal bests for the Three Forks High School Track and Field Team.

Head Coach Casey McWethy said the team had 31 PRs at Saturday's meet in Laurel.

Three Forks impressively opened the week, with the boys finishing third and the girls fourth in a field of 23 teams at the John Cheek Top Eight event in Anaconda.

It was a fantastic day in the distance races as Beau Johnston finished first in 1600 with a time of 4:48.3 and second in the 3200 at 10:54.9. Bryon Fanning won the 3200 at 10:43.7 and was second in the 1600 at 4:48.7.

Cass Violett was sixth in the 1600 with a PR of 4:57.5.

Michael Mcllwraith had a big-time performance in Anaconda, finishing second in the long jump at 18'6 and third in the 400 with a PR of 54.6.

Dylan Anderson was seventh in the javelin at 137'3, and Brady Olson finished ninth in the triple jump at 35'10.5.

On the girls' side, Kylie Rowan continued to shine for Three Forks finishing first in the shot put at 36'1 and second in the discus at 107'0.5.

Brielle Davis also excelled and captured the javelin title at 113'11. She also finished sixth in the discus at 94'3.

The Three Forks 4x400 relay team of Zandra Potts, Hailey Williams, Devynn Judd, and Bella Jones finished in second at 4:24.7. The 4x100 relay team of Potts, Williams, Kylee Reichman, and Maya Noble finished in fifth at 53.8.

Bella Jones had another great day in the 800, finishing second at 2:34.9.

Williams finished fourth in the 400 meters at 1:04.9 and eighth in the 200 at 29.7.

Morgan Carr was sixth in the shot put at 29'2.5.

Reichman finished ninth in the high jump at 4'4 and 11th in the triple jump at 27'5.

The Wolves also had numerous top finishes and PRs at the Al Walker Memorial Stillwater Meet in Laurel.

Johnston finished second in the 3200 with a time of 10:30.21 and fifth in the 1600 at 4:46.04. Fanning was seventh in the 1600 with a PR of 4:48.09. Violett finished 10th in the 1600 with a time of 4:58.50.

Josh Delger finished seventh in the discus with a PR of 123'08.

Mcllwraith was seventh in the long jump with a PR of 19'09.25.

Reid Woodward finished ninth in the 100 meters at 12:30. During the prelims; he set a PR at 12.03.

On the girls' side, Rowan was second in the discus with a PR of 107'06 and third in the shot put with a PR of 37'04.50. Davis was second in the javelin at 113'04 and eighth in the discus with a PR of 97'09.

Williams finished sixth in the 400 with a PR of 1:03.65.

Jones was fifth in the 800 at 2:30.44.

The 4x400 relay team of Potts, Williams, Judd, and Jones finished in third place at 4:26.24. Reichman was eighth in the high jump at 4'08.

Three Forks opens the postseason on May 12 at the 5B District Tournament in Belgrade.

"We are pretty healthy for districts this week," McWethy said.

 
 
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