EVART\u00a0\u2014\u00a0Jessica Tea has one more year left as a high school high jumper before embarking on her college career. But she\u2019s looking forward to the points she\u2019ll be able to produce for Evart this season in her event. Tea has been at regionals all three years and was third at state as a freshman and junior. She also placed at the indoor state meet this season. Her best jump has been 5-6. She\u2019s looking for at least 5-8 this season. \u201cI just need to keep practicing more on my form,\u201d Tea said, \u201cand on the speed on my approach.\u201d Her work during the indoor season \u201chelps a lot because I committed to Grand Valley,\u201d she said. \u201cI went to a meet there and my jumping coach next year helped me with some stuff.\u201d Tea said other schools looked at her and she received plenty of letters. Grand Valley, with an impressive indoor facility, was a strong choice for Tea. \u201cThey got a brand new outdoor track too a couple of years ago,\u201d she said. Tea won the high jump with a leap of 5-feet last Friday at the Grand Valley State Indoor invitational. High jump will be her main focus at Grand Valley. At Evart, she\u2019ll also do sprints and is trying long jump for the first time. \u201cWe look really good,\u201d Tea said. \u201cWe have (more than 20 girls). We\u2019re all pretty talented. Our new coach (Ken Willems) has been great.\u201d Tea expects the Wildcats to be competitive once they get outdoors. The Wildcats have an outdoor meet set for April 17. Meanwhile, Tea hopes to continue to keep the titles she\u2019s won in various areas, including the regional high jumping crown.