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Three Forks softball wins five to move to 7-0

The Three Forks High School Softball team continued its torrid start to the season with five wins last week to improve their record to 7-0.

The Wolves opened the week on April 9 with 17 hits on their way to a 27-8 victory over visiting Anaconda.

Three Forks Head Coach Clay Feliciano said Maycee Church, AdaRae Thomas, Nova Ervin, and Karlie McDermott had three hits in the 19-run victory. Church and Thomas led the team with 4 RBIs. Feliciano added Thomas got into the pitching circle for the first time this season and struck out seven.

The Wolves offense was phenomenal over the weekend in Missoula, finishing 4-0 with 63 combined runs.

"Our bats were on fire," Feliciano said.

Three Forks started the tournament with 24 hits in a 22-10 win over Thompson Falls and would win their second game on April 12 with a 13-2 victory over Plains-Hot Springs.

On April 13, the Wolves won 14-3 over Mission-Arlee-Charlo and 13-2 over Eureka.

Feliciano said Thomas had ten strikeouts and six against MAC and got her first home run of the season with a grand slam against Eureka. He added Ervin had two home runs over the weekend, bringing her season total to four, and Kinley Feliciano had ten strikeouts against Eureka and six against Plains.

The weekend highlights on offense for the Wolves included Thomas finishing with seven hits and 13 RBIs, Ervin with seven hits and nine RBIs, Sierra Schall with six hits and five RBIs, Grace Kluin with five hits and five RBIs, and Sierra Lindquist with five hits and four RBIs.

On the mound, Feliciano said Thomas and Kinley Feliciano finished with two wins.

Three Forks will host rival Manhattan on April 16 and will be on the road on April 18 against perennial power Florence-Carlton.

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