RUMFORD — The state Class A high school Nordic ski championships played out Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 23-24 at Black Mountain, a scenario which saw Camden Hills put its best feet — or skis — forward in the event loaded with talented snow athletes.

The Windjammer girls finished seventh among 11 teams and boys 10th among 11 squads, while the Mount Blue of Farmington squads collected state Class A crowns.

The girls team scores were: Mount Blue 793, Cheverus of Portland 740, Deering of Portland 740, Falmouth 725, Greely of Cumberland 720, Edward Little of Auburn 714, Camden Hills 703, Portland 684, Fryeburg Academy 507, Oxford Hills of South Paris 306 and Bangor 165.

The boys team scores were: Mount Blue 782, Portland 762, Falmouth 753, Oxford Hills 728, Deering 702, Greely 701, Edward Little 695, Brunswick 678, Fryeburg Academy 609, Camden Hills 589 and Cheverus 320.

Camden Hills assistant coach Saphrona Stetson said she was happy with the efforts from her skiers, particularly “through a winter that just can’t make up its mind.”

“Out skiers skied some of their best races of the season in some of the most bizarre weather I have ever seen at a state meet,” she said. “Day one they skied through puddles and day two they skated over those same puddles, now frozen solid. They put everything they had on the line against some of the best skiers our state has ever seen. It was an exciting and exhausting two days and I couldn’t be more proud of what my team has accomplished this year.”

The individual Camden Hills girls results included:

Pursuit — 18, Elsie Hildreth, 39:27.7; 24, Allison Gill, 40:40.1; 30, Brenna Mackey, 42:08.2; 37, Lea Zwecker, 45:09.7; 39, Maggie Gill, 46:20.146, Madeline Tohanczyn, 49:06.6; 49, Lucy O’Brien, 52:31.3; and 51, Natalie Gill, 55:00.9.

Classical — 16, Elsie Hildreth, 21:53.2; 25, Brenna Mackey, 24:11.9; 27, Allison Gill, 24:29.4; 32, Lea Zwecker, 25:15.6; 36, Maggie Gill, 26:08.1; 41, Madeline Tohanczyn, 26:53; 46, Lucy O’Brien, 29:15.1; and 50, Natalie Gill, 30:46.

Freestyle — 19, Allison Gill, 16:11.1; 31, Elsie Hildreth, 17:34.7; 33, Brenna Mackey, 17:57.2; 42, Lea Zwecker, 19:54.7; 43, Maggie Gill, 20:12.1; 48, Madeline Tohanczyn, 22:13.6; 51, Lucy O’Brien, 23:16.3; and 52, Natalie Gill, 24:14.9.

The individual Camden Hills boys results included:

Pursuit — 57, Soren Beckstrom, 39:53.6; 62, Cameron Pinchbeck, 42:25.4; 64, Colin Wright, 44:02.5; 65, Iain Larsen-Leavins, 45:04.3; and 66, Ben Tohanczyn, 45:58.2.

Classical — 49, Soren Beckstrom, 22:40.2; 61, Colin Wright, 24:32.4; 62, Cameron Pinchbeck, 24:42.1; 64, Iain Larsen-Leavins, 26:25.7; and 65, Ben Tohanczyn, 26:24.9.

Freestyle — 62, Soren Beckstrom, 17:13.6; 63, Cameron Pinchbeck, 17:43.4; 64, Iain Larsen-Leavins, 18:39.3; 65, Ben Tohanczyn, 19:24.2; and 66, Colin Wright, 19:30.5.

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