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State Tournament Info. February 14 - Giants Ridge, Biwabik. Tournament Related Files. Previous Years Results · Nordic Ski Schedule. The annual spring meeting for the Minnesota High School Nordic Ski Coaches The final day of racing at the Junior Nationals featured classical relays. In the girls AA, Alexandria's twin stars Megan and Bethany Hasz put on a strong. Nordic Ski Results: Performance Tracker. Did you know you can get your results via email and text message as soon as your race ends? They can also be sent.
Results up, along with photosets from the pursuit races. Check out the notable performances and find out who's on the rise in our latest set of Minnesota high school Nordic ski rankings. Matt Liebsch gathered some redemption today, flying around the mens 10K in just under 21 minutes for the fastest time.
Zak Ketterson and Sarah Bezdicek were the top juniors. Patrick Acton won the junior boys 5K. In the citizens mass start race, Mark Johnson and Sarah Daniels collected the victories.Alexandria Nordic Skiing 2017-18
Results linked in, along with over photos. Zak Ketterson posted the top junior time, finishing 5th overall. The boys 5K saw Eagan's Ryan Steger surge to the lead on the final lap to garner the win.
Siri Bohacek, Stillwater, took control of the girls 5K early and held off a late rush by Erin Moening for the title. Temperatures were in the upper 20's, on a hard packed, very fast course. On a perfect day for klister skiing, the South Suburban Conference held its last regular season race prior to the Conference Pursuit Championships with a two wave mass start event on the Hyland trails.
Skiing in the first wave in the Boy's race, Eagan sophomore Patrick Acton turned in the best time with In 3rd position providing an Eagan sweep was sophomore Ryan Conroy. On the team front Eagan took 1st with ISD in 2nd. The Girl's race was not as tight an affair with Eastview junior Margie Freed topping the field with a ISD senior Camille Sjoquist rounded out the podium with her 3rd place finish.
Team results on the girl's side had Eastview in 1st with ISD taking the 2nd spot. Plus some commentary on JNQs and high school racing.
In the mens 15K, it was the unstoppable Kyle Bratrud taking another victory as he pulled away from the field to win by 11 seconds. Teammate Erik Soderman was second with St. Scholastica's Paul Schommer third. The boys relay race came down a tight final lap with Andover and Stillwater taking it right down to the line, with Shad Kraftson slipping in front of Ian Mead for the Stillwater victory.
In the girls race, Armstrong over came some spills and an early deficit to roar back for a commanding victory. Results and photosets are up now.
Saturday morning's event format was interval start classical races. Kyle Bratrud, NMU, continued his hot streak this season, edging out teammate Adam Martin to take the mens 10K win by less than a second. In the junior boys 5K, Mitchell Delong posted the top time. The womens 5K had Deedra Irwin at the front of the field, posting the only sub 19 minute time on the challenging course.
The weather was a balmy 31 degrees - quite a change from the below zero weather just a couple days ago.
In the girls race, Kaija Ornes Prior Lake topped the field by over a minute. The Winona boys skied to the Invite's team championship. The Rochester and Prior Lake girls were in a close race for the team title with Rochester edging out Prior Lake by a single point.
Skiers started in wave groups, pitting the best skiers against each other in the 5K event. The girls race saw an equally tight battle as Abby Drach, Eden Prairie, surged in the final meters to take the win over top ranked Nicole Schneider, Wayzata, with Anna French, Nicole's teammate, right on her heels for third. Results and photos posted. Nicole Schneider takes over at the top of the girls rankings, as Zak Ketterson maintains a tight grip for the boys at number one.
The Wayzata girls and Forest Lake boys continue their front runner positions. In the morning classical races, Sean Cork, St. Louis Park, and Rocci Wohlk, Forest Lake, dominated the fields, both winning by more than 45 seconds. In the freestyle races, Liam Schmelzle, St.
In the team scoring, using the top two from each discipline, the St. Louis Park boys and Stillwater girls came away the titles. Freestyle Sprints January 10, U. Nationals in Houghton held their final event Saturday with freestyle sprints.
In the sprint finals, it was Blackhorse-von Jess and Rosie Brennan collecting their second sprint titles of the week. Henry Gorman and Lydia Blanchet won the junior sprint titles. The Midwest had a stellar week, earning numerous team selections: Classical Race Coverage January 8, Another day of snowy, windy conditions made for some tough racing at US Nationals on Thursday as skiers competed in the exciting mass start classical races.
Results linked in, and photosets from all four races posted.
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In spite of the cold temperatures, the South Suburban Conference, along with guest team Winona, held a 5 km classic race at Hyland Recreation Area Tuesday afternoon.
On the boy's side, sophomore Patrick Acton from Eagan battled it out with Burnsville sophomore Nate Blitchfeldt with Acton taking first place by 2 seconds. Acton's Eagan teammates Ryan Steger, and Ryan Conroy took 3rd and 4th place with the Eagan boys winning the team competition.
In the girl's race the absence of Margie Freed, currently skiing at U. Margarets, proved to be the queen of freestyle as she posted a victory margin over 38 seconds over Stillwater's Rana Kraftson, followed by Duluth East's Sophie Farrow. Team titles went to the Wayzata boys and Duluth East girls. Erin Moening, Highland Park, dominated the girls field with a winning margin of over 45 seconds. Patrick Acton, Eagan, held off conference rival Nate Blichfeldt for the boys victory.
Team titles went to the Robbinsdale-Armstrong girls and Eden Prairie boys. Warm temperatures made for fast conditions and enjoyable spectating.
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Lars Hannah of Denver followed in 3rd. A pack of 10 skiers led the men's 30K for much of the race, with Tad Elliott breaking away in the final 2K, chased by Brian Gregg. Elliot and Gregg finished followed by Canadian Michael Somppi. Adam Martin was the 3rd American finisher 4th place overall. In the women's 20K, the field fractured early with a group of 4 breaking away in the last 5K.
In the final race of the day, Hannah Halvorsen led the pack to the finish, followed by Vivian Hett 2nd and Julia Kern 3rd.
Central Lakes Conference Nordic Ski - Varsity Boys Results
Nicole Schneider 4th missed the podium by 3 seconds. Results linked in, along with photosets from all the races. After much shoveling and plowing 1km of raceable track was groomed at the Vasaloppet Nordic Center for the Mora Invitational on Tuesday. Varsity racers completed 1 km sprint races throughout the evening spread out by 2. After a full evening of racing under lights, the Mora Boys had 5 of 6 "A final" racers and were the Boys team champion. The Mora Girls with had 3 of 6 "A final" racers, ended up on the top of the results for the girls.
Venerable meet manager Bob O'Hara pulled together another outstanding event. Minnehaha won the boy's race and St. Paul Highland Park won the girl's race.
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Freestyle Sprints Coverage January 4, Monday brought the competitors right back to the Michigan Tech trails for a long day of freestyle sprint qualifying and heats. The womens sprint final brought a surprise challenger as Annie Hart narrowly missed upsetting reigning champ Jennie Bender, with Caitlin Patterson taking third. Other top Midwest results: