Black Mountain Ski Resort & Chisholm Ski Club Trail Race Pass
Please note that any spectator on skis at any Nordic race must purchase a race spectator pass to be on course and the Nordic trails for the day.
Tickets available at the ticket counter and at the Chisholm Ski Club Race Headquarters.
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Ben Ogden and Phoebe Sweet kept the momentum going for Vermont in the 2018 Eastern High School Championships with gold medal finishes in the men's and women's 7.5k Mass Start Classical race at Black Mountain on March 17th. It was the second gold of the weekend for Ogden, who won the 5k freestyle race on the previous day. The Landgrove, Vermont native finished the classical race in 18:53.3, .8 of a second faster than silver medalist James Kitch of Belmont, Massachusetts. Will Koch, son of 1976 Olympic Silver medalist Bill Koch, took the bronze with a time of 20:03.1 for Vermont.
Joshua Valentine of Gilford, NH but skiing for Vermont, took fourth, with teammate Greg Burt of Huntington, Vt. coming in fifth. Hailing from Newton, Massachusetts, Jacob Jampel came in sixth.
Also finishing in the top 6 were Laura Appleby (Lincoln, MA.), Rene Schwartz (Middlesex, VT.), and Stockhhom, Maine's Abigail Streinz.
Sophia Laukli of Yarmouth, Maine captured the gold medal in the women's 5k Freestyle event to open the 2018 Eastern High School Championships at Black Mountain of Maine on March 16th. Laukli's time of 11:55.4 was 1.5 seconds faster than silver medalist Callie Young of Jay, Vermont. Abigail Streinz of Stockholm, Maine won the bronze with a time of 12:11.8. Rounding out the top six finishers were Rena Schwartz of Middlesex, Vermont, Mae Chalmers of Landgrove, Vermont, and Lincoln, Massachusetts' Laura Appleby.
Chisholm Ski Club and Black Mountain of Maine are geared up for the premier event for high school and prep school racers in New England and New York. The goal of the EHSC is to provide the highest quality competition for high school-aged athletes. We received 14" of fresh snow on March 8-9 and will have the full use of all our courses for this two-day event.
Athletes have qualified for the EHS CHampionships through state qualifying races (ME, NH, VT, MA, and NY). Up to 24 boys and 24 girls have been selected for each state’s teams.