Dublin Alpine Ski Team Host NEPSAC Qualifier Slalom at Crotched Mountain - Wednesday January 16 2019.

Amazing individual results from Dublin athletes.

Mya Kerwin, wins both runs by seconds - Wins overall girls.

Reed Brencher wins second run by 7 /10ths of a second a big run, faults first run but is 8th overall.

Look at who broke into second for Dublin girls Lucy Walton, individual runs 5 and 7. Nakhila Lampman 11 and 10 individual runs, third for Dublin.
Caitlin Hegarty 9 and 13 Fourth for Dublin.
Katie Strauss 14 and 11 number five for Dublin.

Madeleine Pelisseir 15th and 18th. Girls were second overall.

Dublin Boys:
Oren Robblee and Reed Brencher both broke into the top ten with individual runs.

Dublin School Alpine Ski Team at the Lakes Region Championships hosted by Proctor Academy - February 21, 2018

Dublin School Alpine Ski Team at the Lakes Region Championships hosted by Proctor Academy - February 21, 2018

In the Lakes Region Championship races the top boys and girls from nine schools including Dublin School, Holderness School, ProctorAcademy, New Hampton, Vermont Academy, Saint Paul’s School, Kimball Union, Cardigan Mountain School and Brewster Academy competed in a slalom at Proctor ski area in Andover N.H.

The top part of the race was many degrees cooler than the bottom, it was a challenge for all having a winter sport at such a high temperature.

Dublin Wildcat’s Mya Kerwin was 5th. Ann Ratta was 27th. Madeleine Pelissier 35th. Laura Coffin had some bad luck in the second run and did not finish.

For the Dublin boys Reed Brencher bested all other Dublin boys with a 12th. Followed by Silas Howe in 13th. Sean Brown was 27th with an amazing recovery that had to of lost seconds, but still was ahead of the majority of the pack. Colin Brown was in the chase at 32nd, with Nick Runyon not too far back in 34th. Eric Freeman glad to be racing this week was 39th. Phillip Simons bringing in the end of the Dublin boys at 41st.

Dublin School Places 2nd/3rd at NEPSAC Class C Championships at Wachusett Mountain - February 14, 2018

Dublin School Places 2nd/3rd at NEPSAC Class C Championships at Wachusett Mountain - February 14, 2018

In the Class C NEPSAC Championship races the top five boys and girls from eleven schools including Dublin School, Ethel Walker School, Pingree, New Hampton, Worcester Academy, Wilbraham and Monson Academy, Bancroft, Bradford Christian School, Gunnery, Cushing Academy and Vermont Academy competed in both slalom and GS at Wachusett Mountain. Dublin’s preparation and training showed great results winning podium finishes in both classes with the girls placing third overall and the boys placing second overall. Dublin Wildcat’s Mya Kerwin (Hancock, NH) won the giant slalom and came in second in the slalom. Silas Howe (Amherst, NH) finished 4th in GS and 12th in slalom. Sean Brown (Hampton Falls, NH) was 10th in GS and 8th in slalom.

Alpine Skiing - Slalom at Gunstock Mountain Resort - January 31, 2018

In the fourth NEPSAC Qualifier race, Dublin School athletes competed against skiers from Brewster Academy, Proctor Academy and New Hampton School at Gunstock Mountain.

A number of athletes did not finish, the steep ice conditions took a toll on the results of the day.

Difficult conditions caused several holds on the course, over 50% of the field did not finish. Dublin school athletes were prepared and ski racing is a tough sport with many variables. 

The New Outing Club

The New Outing Club

In locating the new Slopeside Dormitory, we had to remove the old Arts Building which served in recent years as our Outing Club. The Outing Club was home to our Mountain Biking, Nordic Skiing, Alpine Skiing and Snowboarding programs.  We originally intended to put the new Outing Club into the basement of the Slopeside Dormitory but thought better due to the impact on the height of the building and the potential for fumes and fire from ski waxing.

Alpine Skiing at Mammoth Mountain Summer Ski Camp

Alpine team finished their slalom mode of our training and are moving into our Giant Slalom progression sessions. The training lanes have been excellent. All athletes have been testing and running the new Völkl equipment and are finding it to be quit nice.
With a lot of snow and great training we headed down to the natural Mammoth hot springs to kick back after a short workout.
Tonight we are took Silas Howe out to a birthday dinner. As we moved from birthday dinner to relaxation by the fire and Silas doing a birthday dance on stage, we got back to business today. Giant slalom skis ran well and as you can see skiing was not so bad either.