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Re: Results

Postby Tom Nolette » Tue Feb 19, 2019 5:08 am

On a snowy day at Titcomb Mountain in Farmington, Carter McPhedran of Maranacook won the Class B Classic boys race, followed by teammates Gabe Fein (2nd) and Luke Bartol (3rd) Conditions were excellent with fresh snow falling most of the day. Miguel SanClemente of Fort Kent want the boys Class C race, followed by Harrison Walters(2nd) of Maine School of Science and Math and Jason Pelletier (3rd) of Madawaska.

On the girls' side, Lily Horne of Freeport won the Class B race followed by teammate Allison Gruel (2nd) and Eliza Skillings (3rd) of Maine Coast Waldorf School. In the Class C race, Isabell Jandreau of Madawaska was the winner followed by Dolcie Tanguay (2nd) from Maine School of Science and Math and Kassandra Nelson from Ashland.

On Tuesday, the Class B and C State Championships will be decided in the skate pursuit races starting at 10:00 AM at Titcomb.

Official results are attached. They can also be found online at: http://barttiming.com/XCski/Results19/MPABC19.htm


PLEASE NOTE: Starting in 2018, the team results are determined based on the results from the pursuit races on Day Two. There are NO team results reported on Day One.
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Re: Results

Postby MBRRadio » Tue Feb 19, 2019 11:22 pm

Nordic skiing: Leavitt’s Roy Varney, Mt. Blue’s Emma Charles win Class A pursuit titles: https://t.co/gVPhNGfDSd

Class B and C Nordic skiing championships: Maranacook boys go 1-2-3, win team title: https://t.co/up7XqGmnGG
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Re: Results

Postby MBRRadio » Fri Feb 22, 2019 12:12 am

Cape Elizabeth wins the boys team title while Maranacook wins the girls title: https://t.co/iF4giRJjG1
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Re: Results

Postby MBRRadio » Sun Mar 24, 2019 9:20 pm

Girls Nordic Skier of the Year: Maura Taylor, Maranacook https://t.co/Ux7E7vHG5G

Boys Nordic Skier of the Year: Gabe Fein, Maranacook https://t.co/zzRAYEbLPt

Boys Nordic Skier of the Year: Dominic Giampietro, Mt. Blue https://t.co/AJr82zulZI

Girls Nordic Skier of the Year: Emma Charles, Mt. Blue https://t.co/6KRSNbdmBy
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Re: Results

Postby MBRRadio » Sun Dec 22, 2019 10:09 pm

As teams wait for snow and regular season to begin, most prepare with dry land training.

A meet or two may be scheduled before Christmas break, but traditionally, the season doesn’t really get moving until January.

Despite the wait, coaches try to make the most of the weeks leading into the regular season. One particular coach who is taking advantage of the time is Emmy Held, who was recently hired as the new Nordic coach for Mt. Blue. Held — a former Colby College skier — is quickly getting acclimated to her new team.

“It’s been really great,” Held said. “We have a pretty big team this year…We’re all settling in pretty well. It’s been a little hairy here and there about having enough snow or not. But we’ve only had to run maybe three or four times. That’s pretty good, we’ve been out on snow a lot at Titcomb (Mountain). Feeling pretty lucky about that, but we’ve got an incredible group of kids.”

It helps that Held has a strong group of returners, both for the girls and boys teams. Both Nordic teams finished second in Class A last season, and have several key returners. The boys are led by senior captains Evan Hornbach and Clayton McCarthy, while the girls are led by seniors Kahryn Cullenberg and Molly Harmon, along with sophomore Emma Charles.

“It’s super helpful to come in and have a lot of kids who already know what they want, and a good culture,” Held said. “We have four awesome captains, who right from the start have been working with me. ‘Hey, we have these traditions,’ or ‘Hey, this is what we’re really excited to continue,’ things like that, which is really nice.”


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Re: Results

Postby MBRRadio » Sat Jan 04, 2020 10:16 pm

Gould Academy wins first big Nordic race of the season: https://t.co/N7UAVWedZX
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Re: Results

Postby MBRRadio » Sat Jan 11, 2020 10:44 pm

Nordic skiing: Emma Charles, Carter McPhedran win at Roy Varney Hornet Classic - https://t.co/7iBxw5r2Kb
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