Wolves win Silver Bracket at Huntley Project Tournament
September 20, 2023
The Three Forks High School Volleyball team will get their first opportunity to play in front of home fans this season on Saturday, September 23, when they host conference foe Whitehall.
"We will get to be in the high school gym for practice this week for the first time all season, and we could not be more excited. Having a home game is going to be amazing, and we absolutely cannot wait," Head Coach Tiffany Lynch said.
In conference action last week, the Wolves fell in three sets (25-12, 25-15, 25-14) on September 14 on the road against Broadwater County High School (Townsend).
"I thought the team did some good things in Townsend. Townsend is a very good team, and our job was to control errors on our side on the net in order to be competitive. I feel that we did a good job with that. We still have a lot of improving to do, but things are really looking up," Lynch said.
Ali Kotter led the team in digs with 11, Madelyn Tesoro had eight, and Kylie Rowan and Kylie Rowan finished with seven. Natalee Hayder and Ciel Gayle had two digs, and Fallon Page and Mikayla Lear each had two.
Rowan led the team in assists with 13 and aces with one.
Eva Parker had four kills, Gayle and Hayder had three, Lear finished with two, and Paige Lien had one.
Lear and Parker each had one block.
In weekend action, Three Forks won the Silver Bracket at the Huntley Project Tournament, which included 2-0 wins over Poplar and Roundup.
"We had some ups and downs throughout the day, and I was proud of the way the girls got themselves out of the slumps to eventually come out on top," Lynch said.
The team will open this week with a September 21 match at Ennis.