High school Alpine skiing

Windjammer girls, Morin nab firsts in inaugural downhill races

Camden Hills boys, Lalor also finish second
By Staff | Jan 14, 2014

Newry — The Camden Hills boys and girls Alpine ski squads took part in their first meet of the 2013-14 season on Wednesday, Jan. 8 at Sunday River, as 11 teams participated in the event at one of the state's most famous ski mountains.

The Windjammer girls placed first in the giant slalom event with 40 points, while the Windjammer boys also had a strong second-place finish in the same event.

Camden Hills also had the best girls skier in Lydia Morin and second best boys skier in Crockett Lalor.

The girls team scores were: Camden Hills 40, Maranacook of Readfield 62, Mountain Valley of Rumford 68, Telstar of Bethel 98, Spruce Mountain of Jay/Livermore Falls 107, Edward Little of Auburn 107, Hampden Academy 123 and Skowhegan 128.

The boys team scores were: Maranacook 29, Camden Hills 41, Edward Little 61, Mount Blue of Farmington 67, Oxford Hills of South Paris 92, Mountain Valley 130, Skowhegan 135, Telstar 154, Spruce Mountain 172, Leavitt or Turner 175 and Hampden Academy 204.

The individual results for Camden Hills girls skiers, with first run, second run and overall times included, were: 1, Morin, 47.29 and 49.02 for 1:36.31; 3, Zoe Zwecker, 48.08 and 49.48 for 1:37.56; 11, Ella Simon, 49.60 and 55.99 for 1:45.59; 25, Molly Mann, 59.12 and 1:00.08 for 1:59.20; and 37, Brynne Wrona, 1:02.61 and 1:09.10 for 2:11.71.

The individual results for Camden Hills boys skiers, with first run, second run and overall times included, were: 2, Lalor, 42.03 and 43.87 for 1:25.90; 4, Jake Davee, 43.40 and 43.20 for 1:26.60; 16, Chapin Lamont, 46.28 and 46.89 for 1:33.17; 19, Brendan Carey, 47.54 and 47.96 for 1:35.50; 58, David Flint, 56.10 and 59.85 for 1:55.95; 66, Chris Bresnahan, 57.33 and 1:03.50 for 2:00.83; 69, Tristan Fong, 59.17 and 1:02.52 for 2:01.69; and 95, Alex Mansius, 1:25.00 and 1:55.44 for 3:20.44.

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