HHS Alpine team tops off a great season at GBSSA Championships

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Photos courtesy of HHS Alpine Ski Team

The Hoyas’ Alpine ski season wrapped up on February 17 with the GBSSA Championship races at Osler Bluff. It was a great year for the team, who train out of Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area. For full season results, visit the team’s website.

The team and individual Championship results were:

Level One Girls
Team: 3rd place overall
8th: Madi Farnsworth
12th: Zoe Kruusmagi
20th: Sheerise Dubé
26th: Aubrey Creasor

Level One Girls

Level 1 girls (from left) Zoe Kruusmagi, Sheerise Dubé, Madi Farnsworth, Aubrey Creasor

Level One Boys
6th: Ethan Murdy
17th: Norman MacKay

Level Two Girls
Team: 2nd overall
6th: Addie Howell
7th: Sydney Stevens
9th: Emily Jason

Level 2 Girls (from left) Sydney Stevens, Emily Jason, Addie Howell

Level 2 Girls (from left) Sydney Stevens, Emily Jason, Addie Howell

Level Two Boys
Team: 3rd overall
3rd: Matthew Stevens
15th: Jakob Heinz
22nd: Gage Magee
27th: Chris Miller

Level 2 Boys

Level 2 Boys (from left) Chris Miller, Matt Stevens, Gage Magee, Jakob Heinz

Congratulations to all of the skiers and their coaches for a great effort this season!

2016 HHS Alpine Racing Team (at top) Jakob Heinz; (back row from left) Norman MacKay, Ethan Murdy, Gage Magee, Chris Miller; (middle row) Aubrey Creasor, Sheerise Dubé, Sydney Stevens, Addie Howell, Emily Jason, Zoe Kruusmagi, Matt Stevens, Madi Farnsworth; (front row) Tara Schmidtke, Nico Byl (Head Coach), Kim Sasson (Volunteer Community Coach)

2016 HHS Alpine Racing Team (at top) Jakob Heinz; (back row from left) Norman MacKay, Ethan Murdy, Gage Magee, Chris Miller; (middle row) Aubrey Creasor, Sheerise Dubé, Sydney Stevens, Addie Howell, Emily Jason, Zoe Kruusmagi, Matt Stevens, Madi Farnsworth; (front row) Tara Schmidtke, Nico Byl (Head Coach), Kim Sasson (Volunteer Community Coach)

 

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