JHHS football vs. Teton

Colter Dawson celebrates his third touchdown of the night in the second quarter of Jackson Hole High School's season-opener blowout of Teton on Friday at William T. McIntosh Stadium.

The Jackson Broncs defeated the Teton Timberwolves 51-20 in their season opener Friday night in front of a rowdy home crowd.

While it was the Timberwolves' Hunter Johnson who took back the opening kickoff for an early 6-0 lead, the Broncs struck right back, commanding the entire first half.

Shaking off some of the rust from the long offseason, it didn't take long for Sadler Smith and his many offensive weapons to find their groove.

Playing from behind to start the night, the Broncs responded with 51 unanswered points to silence the Teton faithful in attendance before the Timberwolves managed two more scores in the final minutes.

Senior Colter Dawson and freshman Jack Joyce both recorded multiple scores in the victory.

For a full game recap with stats and words from head coach David Joyce, check out Wednesday's edition of the Jackson Hole News&Guide.

Contact Will Aldrich at 732-7071 or sports@jhnewsandguide.com.​

Editor in Chief Johanna Love has covered the Jackson Hole community as part of the News&Guide staff since 1998. She took the helm of the newsroom in 2017. She fields story tips and kudos as well as criticism and questions.

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