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Wisconsin High School Nordic Ski Championship and Middle School Nordic Skiing Sprint and Distance Championships with over - Minocqua, WI. Mt Borah has announced price reductions on their ski season prices due to increases in efficiency Wisconsin High School Championships Results. 40th Annual Wisconsin High School Ski & Snowboard Championships at Mt. La Crosse,. La Crosse, Wisconsin, on Saturday, Sunday, & Monday, February.
Duluth East swept the team titles over runner up Ely, as well as taking the individual titles. Ryan Davis posted big numbers to crush the boys field, Annie Harvieux looked strong in topping the girls results.
Ely boys qualified five for the State Meet. Results posted, along with some photos. Forest Lake's Rocci Wolhk won the girls race, but Nora Gilbertson, Stillwater, continues to improve, losing out by only 22 seconds. Stillwater girls won the team title by 8 points, Forest Lake boys by 3. Stillwater boys qualified five for the State Meet. Results are up along with some photos.
Section 6 Results February 8, Using Elm Creek's man-made snowmaking loop, Section 6 held their championship on Wednesday and provided some dramatic racing. Harris Dirnberger, Hopkins, overtook Jan Ketterson, Bloomington Jefferson, in the classical pursuit to nab the boys win.
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Minneapolis Southwest's Claire Galvin, recovering from a broken foot earlier in the season, stretched it at the line to just nip Sarah Benton, Hopkins, for the victory. The underrated Hopkins boys won the team title, and with the Minneapolis Southwest and Hopkins girls needing a total time tiebreaker to decide the team in favor of Hopkins!
Mpls Southwest girls qualified five for the State Meet. Section 5 Coverage February 8, The second day of racing on Theodore Wirth man-made snow loop featured the skiers of section 5.
Powerhouse Roseville proved up to the challenge as they swept the events, taking both the boys and girls team titles, as well as Kyle Marshall and Nikki Reker pulling off the mild upsets to take the individual victories. Results, photos and video recaps are posted.
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Section 1 Coverage February 7, Brian Abery reports: Section 1 held its championships at Troll Hollow on Tuesday and the top skiers delivered as advertised. In the Boys race, Lakeville North senior Ben Saxton skied to a commanding lead in the morning classic race and extended the gap in the freestyle portion of competition to win the pursuit title by almost 2 minutes over teammate Lewis Kunink.
Nick Acton of Eagan took 3rd leading the Eagan Boys to the team title. Cloud Tech boys won the team title with four of their skiers finishing in the top 8, including the boys champion Cory Rouw. In nearly identical fashion, Little Fall girls also placed their four scorers in the top 8, with Maria Hauer taking first and teammate Mattia Hendrickson finishing second, just 13 seconds back.
Hopkins Jakob Ellingson returned to the racing scene with an exclamation point as he posted the top skate time in the morning.
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Hannah Rudd, Armstrong, rocked the girls field and took a 12 second margin of victory from the freestyle race. In the afternoon, the favorites came roaring back.
Harris Dirnberger, Hopkins, caught Zak Ketterson, Bloomington Jefferson, and Ellingson and came into the finish with ahead to claim the pursuit title. Similarly, Hopkins teammate Sarah Benton strided to close the gap before the end of the first lap, and pulled away in the final K to take the girls title. Hopkins girls squeaked out a two point victory over Armstrong for the team title, Hopkins boys had an easier day with their team victory.
Results, photos and video clips are online now. Stillwater sweep the team titles. Props out to the tough kids that competed in the JNQ races in the morning, and raced ABC just a few hours later including a number of skiers on the second place Andover teams! Rosie Brennan, completed the APU sweep with a victory in the womens field.
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Fastest in the J1 field: Ian Torchia and Alayna Sonnesyn. Citizen's division for Sunday has been moved to separate race, new afternoon start time. More in Racing Outlook. Temperatures thankfully dropped below freezing just before dawn Saturday, allowing the course conditions to speed up.
In the morning classic races, Tyler Gilbert, Irondale, pulled out the day's first surprise, besting top ranked skiers Harris Dirnberger and Luke Brown. Delany FitzPatrick, Lakeland, had the fastest classic time for the girls. In the afternoon races, another surprise in the boys event as Eagan's Nick Acton edged out Tom Bye by one second for the skate title. The girls freestyle race lived up to its billing as Anna Kubek and Mattie Watts fought it out for the top spot, Kubek winning by just two seconds.
Team titles went to the Eden Prairie boys and Duluth East girls. Wayzata won the Bill Simpson Trophy for best overall time in the four races primarily by dominating both girls events at the Holiday Relays at Trollhaugen Saturday. The two boys events produced very different results, with Stillwater winning the classic event and edging Roseville by a mere three seconds for the overall boys title after Irondale won the boys skate race. Anthony, and Steve Hokanson of Mounds View.
Sunday's results had a feeling of deja vu as the same skiers collected victories in every division! Wausau JNQ Freestyle Coverage December 15, Wausau organizers pulled off the Saturday freestyle sprints, overcoming multiple assaults from Mother Nature, including rain, to run the full event. Still awaiting final results, but a few preliminary results: The Decision November 11, Minnesota junior phenom Ben Saxton writes about his decision to delay entry into college to spend the season pursuing his dreams, along with his fellow teammates, of being among the best Nordic skiers in the country.
Clare Flanagan, Blake, easily outdistanced the girls field, soloing in to seal her top ranking with the victory. The afternoon class AA boys event turned into the closest race of the day as a lead pack of roughly 10 runners fought down to the final meters with Stillwater's Wayde Hall claiming the title. Shakopee's Maria Hauger capped an incredible career with yet another state title in the girls AA. The Wayzata girls dominated the AA field in their team win, as did the Stillwater boys.