Boise's Mason Lawyer won the 100m (10.46, PR) and 200m (21.62), in addition to being a part of the winning 4x200 (1:26.97, state record) and 4x400m relays. Other fellow Brave to win multiple state titles include Dartmouth-bound Liam Murray (400m, 47.50, state record), 4x200 (state record), 4x400 (3:22.67)), Porter Coffield (300IH, 38.49, PR, 4x200 (state record), 4x400 (3:22.67)).
On the girls' side, Timberline junior Lauren McCall was able to tame a very tough individual double of 400m/300IH, winning both in times of 56.00 (PR) and 44.11 (PR), both of which are outright state-leading marks. McCall also teamed up to help Timberline claim victories in the 4x100 (48.39, state leader) and the 4x200 (1:42.79). Rigby's Abby Hancock claimed victories in the 100m (12.03), 200m (24.85w) and the long jump (18-04.50, state leader). Post Falls' Samantha Wood closed out her high school career with two individual state titles, winning the 1600m (4:54.25) and 3200m (10:39.46). Boise's Logan Smith set a new overall state record in the 800m with her time of 2:09.07 and was also a part of the winning 4x400 (3:57.10) and 4x800 (9:18.92).
Team Champions: Rocky Mountain (Boys); Boise (Girls)