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Three Forks hosts Lone Peak on February 8

With just two games left in the regular season, the Three Forks High School Girls’ Basketball team is looking to improve their offensive production.

Following a 61-50 road loss at Whitehall in their only game last week, Three Forks High School Girls’ Basketball Coach Lacy Noble said that while it was one of those nights where their shots weren’t falling, the team needs to start looking for better offensive options.

“We have to continue to run our offense through and through and show the different options. It’s getting to where we are not patient enough with it and taking the first shot instead of taking the best shot. We will work on that this week,” Noble said.

AdaRae Thomas led Three Forks in scoring with 12 points, Maya Noble had nine, and Maddie Tesoro and Kylee Reichman had eight. Devynn Judd finished with six, Zandra Potts had four, and Tanaya Hauser added three.

The Wolves will wrap up the regular season with a home game on February 8 against Lone Peak and a road matchup on February 9 at Manhattan.