By Jack H. Smith
Three Forks Voice 

Wolves pick up huge road win against Whitehall


October 11, 2023

Pictured is Three Forks High School senior Fallon Page during last week's three set win over Whitehall. Voice photo by Melissa Jenkins

The Three Forks High School Volleyball team showed how good they can be in a road match last Thursday at Whitehall. The Wolves were spectacular from start to finish in front of a large homecoming crowd, picking up a 25-16, 25-19, 25-19 win over the streaking Trojans.

Following the victory, Three Forks Head Coach Tiffany Lynch was thrilled with the team's play.

"I am so proud. We just lost to them (Whitehall) two weeks ago, and we came back and beat a team that beat us. We just didn't beat them because they played bad, we played good," said Lynch. "We had our center Kylie Rowan go down with an injury this week, but they didn't let anything hold them down. They just rose to the occasion, and I'm so proud of them."

With their third conference win, Lynch is excited about the rest of the regular season. Lynch said seeing freshmen and sophomores play like seasoned veterans against Whitehall was exciting.

"I'm excited. We're continuing to get better as the postseason gets closer," she said.

Fallon Page led the team in aces with three. Natalee Hayder and Madelyn Tesoro added one ace. Hayder had a team-high ten kills, and Eva Parker and Olivia Whitesitt finished with five. Arabella McCauley finished with three kills, and Kylee Reichman and Mikayla Lear finished with two. Page Lien had one kill for Three Forks.

Pictured is Kennedy Rogers during last week's three set win over Whitehall. Voice photo by Melissa Jenkins

Parker led the team with 4.5 blocks, Lear finished with three, McCauley had two, Hayder added one, and Lien had .5. McCauley led the team with 21 assists, and Hayder added one.

Hayder had a team-high 11 digs, Page finished with nine, Kennedy Rogers had eight, Tesoro finished with seven, McCauley added three, and Reichman finished with two.

In home action on October 6, the Wolves fell in three sets to Townsend, 25-12, 25-20, 25-10.

Hayder had a team-high seven digs and six kills. McCauley finished with seven assists and six digs, Fallon Page had five digs, Parker had three blocks, and Tesoro had two digs. McCauley, Parker, and Whitesitt all finished with one kill. Whitesitt added one dig.

Three Forks will next play on October 12 with a home match against Ennis.


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