By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Three Forks fares well at Capital City 7 on 7


October 11, 2023

The Three Forks High School Cross Country team battled against some of the best teams in the state at last Thursday's Capital City 7 on 7 competition in Helena.

Wolves Head Coach Tara Forsberg was pleased with her team's performance at the meet, featuring seven varsity races and another for junior varsity.

"It is such a fun race to watch, and the duos warming and running together is always a great way to have the team bond," Forsberg said.

Teegan Gifford led the way at 20:28.43 in the girls' varsity races. Bella Jones had a time of 21:14.79, and Ari Judd finished the race at 21:46.48. Grace Kluin finished at 22:49.13, Devyn Judd ended the race at 25:10.58, Dawson Petersen finished at 26:34.61, and Pailey Lampers had a time of 29:03.68.

Ari Judd competes at the recent Headwaters Invite. Voice photo by Jack H. Smith

"Our varsity girls' ran strong, and although they didn't PR, they were within second and were in a great headspace," Forsberg said.

On the boys' side, Forsberg said the team ran well with Lucas Petersen and Kiai Ingraham with PRs.

Bryon Fanning finished with a time of 16:49.04, Cass Violett ended the race at 17:13.13, Chris Harmon had a time of 20:13.90, and Micah Gather ended the race at 18:59.91. Ingraham finished with a PR of 20:21.85, Petersen had a time of 20:21.85, and Rhett Violett had a time of 20:59.86.

In junior varsity action, Forsberg said Aubrey Lema and Bella Meehan had great races and finished with PRs. Meehan had a time of 28:32, and Lema finished at 29:51.7.

In boys' junior varsity action, Gavin Richards finished at 21:24.1, and Jacoby Berg had a time of 24:59.1.


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