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Katharine Ogden, a Dartmouth sophomore from Landgrove, Vermont, won the final women's EISA nordic race of the season, crossing the finish line in 42:48.7 to win the 15k Classical race at Black Mountain in Rumford. Ogden bested a field of 61 skiers to capture the gold in these races, which were the NCAA Regional Championships. Finishing in second place was Odgen's teammate Lauren Jortberg with a time of 43:55.1. Taking third place was Anna Bizyukova, a University of Vermont sophomore from Nolinks, Russia, who crossed the finish line in 43:
The women made 3 laps around the famous Ray's 5k loop, which included 3 trips up "High School" hill. Other top ten finishers were Margie Freed of UVM, Lina Sutro of UVM, Lydia Blanchet of Dartmouth, Renae Anderson of Bowdoin, Annika Landis of Middlebury, Leah Brams of Dartmouth, and Taryn Hunt-Smith of Dartmouth.
Rumford native Stephanie Nicols, a freshman at St. Lawrence University, finished 28th in a field of 61 skiers.
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Lina Sutro of the University of Vermont captured gold at the initial race of the 2019 Bates Carnival at Black Mountain Ski Area in Rumford. Sutro, a sophomore from Carbondale, Colorado, outskated her opponents to win the Women's 5k Freestyle with a time of 13:02.0. Second place went to Dartmouth Senior Lydia Blanchet of Anchorage, Alaska with a time of 13:04.9. Taking the final podium position was Katharine Odgen, a Dartmoutn sophomore from Landgrove, Vermont.
Other top 10 finishers were Lauren Jortberg of Dartmouth, Margie Freed of UVM, Taryn Hunt-Smith of Dartmouth, Anna Bizyukova of UVM, Annika Landis of Middlebury, Leah Brams of Dartmouth and Emily Hyde of Dartmoutn.
Rumford native Stephanie Nicols, a 2018 Gould Academy graduate now skiing for Saint Lawrence University, came in 38th in a field of 62 skiers.
The races, which serve as the NCAA© Regional Championships, continue tomorrow with the 15k Classical Mass Start at 10:00 am.
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Bill Harmeyer, a University of Vermont junior from South Burlington, won the 2019 Bates Carnival 10k Interval Start Freestyle race on the John Roderick trails at Black Mountain on February 22. Harmeyer, a EISA All-East First Teamer last season, completed the course in 23:40.5. In second place was Zane Fields, a Colby College senior from Woodstock, Vt. The 2018 NCAA© All-American finished the race in 24:02.5. Taking the bronze was Middlebury College senior Sam Wood, a Harpswell, Maine native and Mt. Ararat HS graduate. Wood's time was 24:04.9.
Top ten finishers in these NCAA© Regional Championships included Lewis Nottonson of Middlebury, Karl Schulz of UVM, Elliot Ketchel of Bowdoin College, Lallan Deline of Dartmouth, Peter Wolter of Middlebury, Ben Ogden of UVM, and Finn O'Connell of UVM.
The Bates Carnival Nordic races conclude tomorrow with the Men's 20k Mass Start Classical, which is slated to begin in Chummy Broomhal Stadium at 12:00 noon.
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Julia Pomeroy, a skimeister skiing for Spruce Mountain HS in Jay, won the Girls Class B Giant Slalom Championships at Black Mountain of Maine in Rumford on February 21st. The Phoenix Senior had runs of 51.37 and 56.10 to win with a two-run total of 1:47.47. Finishing in second place was Abigal Landry of Telstar with a combined time of 1:49.73. Grabbing the final podium position was Maranacook's Katie Ide, who finished at 1:50.24. Alice MacKay of Mt. Abram (1:50.32), Caroline Welch of Maranacook (1:50.42) and John Bapst's Abbie Tyler (1:50.74) finished in the next three positions.
The Maranacook girls captured the State Alpine Championship with 1,501 points, with Fort Kent coming in second.
In the boys race, Cape Elizabeth Senior Devon Lathrop grabbed the gold with a two-run total of 1:42.93. He was followed by teammate and slalom champion Killian Lathrop, who had a combined score of 1:43.95. Finishing third was Yarmouth's Thomas Morris with a time of 1:44.00. In fourth place was Wisdom's Jacob Roy, who led the field after the first run. Fifth place went to Cape's Tiernan Lathrop (1:45.05) while Lake Region's Logan Davis finished in sixth (1:45.19).
The boys State Class B Alpine Championship was won by Cape Elizabeth with 1,567 points, while Yarmouth came in second ((1,504)
For complete results, go to https://www.chisholmskiclub.org/index.php/mpa-class-b-alpine-championships-2-21-2-21
Abbie Tyler of John Bapst High School had runs of 43.52 and 51.00 for a two-run total of 1:34.52 to win the girls 2019 MPA Class B State Champion Slalom race at Black Mountain in Rumford on February 20. Finishing closely behind the Crusader Junior was Abigal Landry of Telstar, who had a two-run total of 1:34.68. Third place went to Spruce Mountain skimeister Julia Pomeroy with a two-run total of 1:37.11. Rounding out the top six were Riley Sibley of Fort Kent (1:37.92), Dana Schwartz of Cape Elizabeth (1:38.33), and Eleanor Donahue of Yarmouth (1:41.26).
In the boys race, Junior Killian Lathrop of Cape Elizabeth HS was crowned state champion with runs of 39.80 and 44.75 for a two-run total of 1:24.55. Coming in second place was Jacob Roy, and impressive junior skier competing for Wisdom HS in St. Agatha. He had a two-run total of 1:24.69. In third place was Robbie McKee of Maranacook at 1:26.39. Other top skiers in the slalom were Devon Lathrop (127.31) and Tiernan Lathrop (1:28.58) of Cape and Yarmouth Hish School's Thomas Morris (128.85).
Competition continues on Thursday with the Giant Slalom. All scheduled events have been moved back one hour in anticipation of the snowstorm that is predicted for the overnight hours. First runs are now scheduled to begin at 10:00 am.
Gordon Taylor, skiing for the Farmington Area Ski Team, captured the gold medal in the Maine Junior Ski League Giant Slalom Championships under the lights at Black Mountain of Maine on February 16th. Taylor had a two-run time of 1:09.56 to top a field of 66 finishers. Finishing in second place was Riley Jerome of Telstar Middle School with a combined time of 1:11.38. Rangeley's Breezy Quimby took the bronze medal with a combined time of 1:13.12. Charlie Koenig of the Sugarloaf Area Ski Team came in fourth at 1:13.26. Ava Beaudin, an Independent came in fifth (1:14.16) with Nya Wolfe of SAST (1:14.80) taking sixth.
In the Boys GS, Charlie Pye of Rangeley took top honors with a combined score of 1:15.05, Grabbing the silver was Bryce Marcoux of Chisholm Alpine Race Team, finishing with 1:15.12. Taking the final podium position was Jett Lindel of Camden Snow Bowl in 1:15.54. Rounding out the top six were Emmet Marshall of CSB (1:16.57), Asa Stroman of FAST (1:18.05). and Landon Marquis of CSB (1:18.30).
The MJSL Championships continue on Wednesday, February 27th at Lost Valley in Auburn. The Alpine Slalom Championships are scheduled to begin at 10:00 am.