Nine athletes on the Teton High track and field team traveled to Middleton outside of Boise last weekend for the Idaho 3A State Championship.Junior Kinley Brown, who won four district events, fared the best at state with four podiums; she tied for second in the 100 meter hurdles and took second in the 300 meter hurdles and in triple jump, and third in long jump.Other top fives from Teton included Jenna Letham’s third place in the 800 meter, Tyson Brown’s third in triple jump and fifth in high jump, and John Woiwode’s fourth in triple jump.Other Teton State Results:The Teton High golf team faltered at the state tournament in Rathdrum on May 17 and 18 after a successful showing at the Mountain Rivers District Tournament.While senior and district champion Tanner O’Brien brought the most experience to the team and attended the state championship in 2019, two freshmen led the charge at state.In the 3A boys tournament, Teton placed eighth with freshman Joe Brosz, 22nd, posting the team’s top score of 187, followed by O’Brien with 190. Abbie Tibbitts, a freshman and the second place district golfer, took 29th place with a score of 266.Coach Megan Bybee described the Twin Lakes Village Golf Club as a a strategic course that demanded accuracy.“With houses, hazards and out of bounds areas on every hole, we struggled,” she said. “There were some amazing shots and moments and holes, but putting it all together and eliminating mistakes proved difficult.”It was a great learning experience for the team, she added. “We’re proud to have had the opportunity to represent our district at the state tournament. We’re definitely looking forward to next year and continuing to develop a strong team.”The team will graduate three varsity golfers: O’Brien, Luke Thompson, and Oliver Dahlgren. Fortunately there are plenty of younger players ready to step up and fill those leadership roles.“Lots to look forward to for Teton Golf,” Bybee concluded.While the season is over, the team isn’t done golfing; there will be a fundraiser tournament at Teton Reserve on June 6 to support the purchase of indoor practice equipment and offset the cost of uniforms. Find event details at tetonreserve.org.