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Three Forks comes out firing in wins over Twin Bridges, Whitehal

The Three Forks High School Boys' Basketball team came out of the Christmas Break firing on all cylinders, scoring 61 first-half points on their way to an 81-32 win on January 4 at Twin Bridges. One night later, the Wolves (6-3, 4-0 5B) would lock in on defense and come away with a 62-39 home win over 6-1 Whitehall.

Moments after the win at Twin Bridges, Wolves Head Coach Terry Hauser praised the start from his squad, who led 28-11 at the end of the first quarter and 61-20 at halftime.

"We haven't played in a couple of weeks, and I was hoping they would come out with a lot of energy and effort. We shot the ball really well. That is one thing we really focused on at practice over the break. We were shooting 23 percent from three-point range, and I told them we have to up that. We have to take more threes and make more threes in order to be a team that can compete at the state tournament. Defensively we locked in, and I was I was just really happy with the effort. That's all I wanted was effort," Hauser said.

Sam Tesoro led a well-balanced scoring attack for Three Forks with 12 points, and Dylan Swenson and Hunter Feddes were also in double figures with 10. Dryden Frisinger finished with nine, Shane Williams and Kanon Reichman had eight, Colten Hayder and Caleb Van Vleet finished with seven, Tallyn McCauley had six, and Sawyer Andersen added four points.

The Wolves finished the night with a season-high nine three-pointers.

In home action on January 5 against the Trojans, the Wolves were strong again from the outside, finishing with eight three-pointers.

Swenson led the team in scoring with 16, Van Vleet Finished with 10, Williams had nine, Tesoro finished with eight, McCauley and Hayder had six, Feddes finished with five, and Reichman added two.

Three Forks will return to action on January 11 with a home rivalry game against Manhattan. The Tigers will come into the game with a 6-1 record and are 4-0 in 5B play.

 
 
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