Wednesday, March 30, 2005

North Series hits the finish line

With Grand Targhee races


Hailey Ski Team racer Delaney Willey won both the J4 women's giant slalom and slalom during the Intermountain Division's North Series championships last weekend at Grand Targhee. Express photo by Matt Soderlund

Hailey Ski Team J4 racer Delaney Willey posted a couple of technical triumphs last weekend when the Intermountain Division's North Series staged its 2004-05 championships at Grand Targhee Ski Resort.

Willey won Saturday's giant slalom by .33 seconds over J5 teammate Amanda Stelling, then the pair went 1-2 again Sunday in the slalom on Arrowhead ski run—Willey marching away with a five-second win.

Besides the podium gold medals captured by Willey and Stelling, the other podiums gained by Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation and HST racers last weekend were:

J3—Willie Adicoff bronze. J4—Gracie Brown silver, Miles Sweek silver, Nina Hirner bronze and Chase Caulkins bronze. J5—Teagen Palmer bronze and Cole Caulkins bronze.

The two-day race event attracted 51 boys and 40 girls from Idaho and Wyoming, including a relatively small spring-break contingent of 18 from the SVSEF and HST. Here are top placings for those who raced:

Boys: J3—Willie Adicoff 3-GS/6-SL. J4—Miles Sweek 4-GS/2-SL; Chase Caulkins 3-GS/15-SL; Tyler Davis 5-GS/6-SL; Conner Bennett 10-GS/7-SL; and Zachary Israel 12-GS/10-SL. J5—Cole Caulkins 3-GS.

Girls: J3—Molly Duff 8-SL. J4—Delaney Willey 1-GS/1-SL; Gracie Brown 2-GS/4-SL; Nina Hirner 2-SL; Alexi Fitch 6-GS/5-SL; Marly Morgus 8-GS/7-SL; Meghan Duff 9-GS/8-SL. J5—Amanda Stelling 1-GS/1-SL; Teagen Palmer 3-GS; Anne Duff 7-GS/7-SL.




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