With almost a cancellation because of nine inches of snow overnight, Dublin Alpine Ski Team Called out Crotched Mtn groomers and said lets do this race. New Hampton could not make the trip. Athletes and racers,rallied, set, slipped and the other alpine skiers led by Coach Dylan Pierpont and L P Runyan maintained the coarse and gate kepted
Coach Wendy Allen and Head coach Sandy Eneguess with Parents Boyd Hegarty (starter) Julia Howe announcer, took on the rest of racing details,including making skiers fast in a negative weather atmosphere.
In a long 56 gate slalom course, Mya Kerwin (Hancock, NH), a freshman at Dublin School came out at the top Winning by .91 seconds overall Sydney Cauldron of Holderness followed by Sarah Berube.
Mya had some mistakes first run in the lower terrain and said she was not going to have any problems in the second run in that section of the course. Following Mya was Caitlin Hegarty (Durham, NH) in fifteenth and Grace Stone (Greenwich, NY) in nineteenth Laura Coffin (Keene, NH) was fifteenth first run but was disqualified second run, skiing well, but it takes two runs
Sean Brown (Hampton Falls, NH) took sixth in the boys and Silas Howe (Amherst, NH) followed in ninth a strong showing by Freshman Reed Brencher (Killingworth, CT) in eleventh and fifteenth for Nick Runyon (Peterborough, NH). Henry Luettgen (Winchester, MA) grabbed twentieth with new skier Peter Spang (South Hamilton, MA) finding twenty first. Pulling in the whole team was Will Boot (Larchmont, NY) at twenty third.
The alpine team has worked hard training and all twenty something of them put in an effort to host this race for racers success.