Friday, March 31, 2006

Town Series is a wrap

Party, prizes at Apple's Bar & Grill


The lucky winners of the 2006-07 Sun Valley season ski passes were, from left, Rod Jones, Brent Ellis, Tom Kennedy and John Lee. Eligible for Wednesday's drawing at Apple's were the top five teams for the season, by lowest total points. The names of those 20 racers were placed into a drawing, and four names were drawn for the coveted ski passes. Photo by David N. Seelig

Sturtevants HCT continued its late-season roll Wednesday and won the Sun Valley Company's Town Series of alpine races co-sponsored by Watkins Distributing/Budweiser.

On the winning Sturtevants team were Ken Edwards, Rebecca Bundy, Kurt Williams and John Summers.

Rabbits (63.93 seconds) in the 94-racer field for the two-run dual modified giant slalom Wednesday were Mike Shanks and Alan Durkheimer.

Four 2006-07 Sun Valley season ski passes were awarded at Apple's Bar & Grill after Wednesday's race. Winners were Rod Jones, Brent Ellis, Tom Kennedy and John Lee.

Here is the final top 10 of the 33 teams for the weekly series that began Jan. 25 on Baldy:

1—Sturtevants HCT 3.02 points. 2—Sun Valley Real Estate 3.19. 3—Grateful Shred 4.90. 4—Rainier Mountaineers 6.17. 5—Bitch Slapped 6.75. 6—Der Wedelen Unterhosen 7.88. 7—Scott USA 9.50. 8—Casino Dancing Bears 10.48. 9—Wicket Wackers 10.82. 10—Bitch Slappers 10.99.

Racers posting the fastest combined two-run times Wednesday were Robin Sarchett 49.80, Matt Murphy 52.11, Biche Rudigoz 52.68, John Campbell 53.59, Renz Fankhanel 54.63, John Summers 54.75, Clint Lightner 55.48, Erika Whittaker 55.97, Zach Latham 56.37 and Brent Ellis 56.43.




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