OJ boys podium…. lots of SMS 🙂
Bridger finished off his strong week (all american every race) with the 2nd fastest OJ anchor leg of the day.
Brooke skied first and brought her team in with a whopping 27 second lead.
Charlie hammers the hill on the way to a strong finish.
Austin Cobb (NE suit with Middlebury top) mixes it up at the start of the relay.
Gage powers up the hill.
2 years ago, Hallie was not close to making the NE JO team. This year she placed 7th in the classic mass start and helped her team to a 4th place finish in the relay.
Annie Hart and Heather take it out hard on the scramble leg.
Issy P negotiates the corner and pulls her team up several spots.
Isabel had a good last leg and moved her team into 3rd.
Heather, Cam and Corey bring home the gold.
J2 girls podium with NE in 2nd AND 3rd!
OJ girls podium (with Izzy). It was great having Jessie Diggins racing fresh off of her top 30 performances at the World Championships in Norway. Jessie won everything and showed us the next level up the ladder.
A well placed pole by the Midwest skier sends Paddy sprawling near the finish.
Skyler scrambled and brought his team in with a lead. They went on to win and Skyler earned his 2nd gold medal.
Tyler, Charlie, Paddy and Bridger win the boys Roger Weston award for being the top High School team in the country.
The SMS girls win the Roger Weston award for the 4th straight year.
SMS wins the award for the top club.
Team New England wins the Alaska Cup as the top division.