Friday, March 6, 2009

Wood River Masonry rocks on top

Of the Sun Valley Town Series

And then there was one.

Only Wood River Masonry remained at the coveted 0.00 point level after Wednesday's Week Five of the 18th annual Sun Valley Town Series on Baldy's Cozy run.

Placing all four of its racers in the top 12, Wood River Masonry led the 35-team field in the dual modified giant slalom sponsored by Sun Valley Co. and Watkins Distributing.

On Wood River Masonry are Sean Higgins, Wes Powell, Jon McCuskey and Cam Fraser.

Moving up to second place and offering the biggest challenge to the leaders in the upcoming final two weeks of racing was Tekasoreass (0.15) with Carl Rixon Jr., Matt Murphy, Sean Murphy and Chris Key.

Scott USA (1.92) stayed hot for the third straight week and settled into third place with JR Reagle, John Zuck, Jeff Page and Toby Arnett. In fourth place was Cutters (2.47) with John Campbell, Chase Gouley, Will Hovey and Kelly Kipling.

Sean Higgins (25.59 seconds) clocked the fastest single run Wednesday, followed by Carlo Rixon (26.29), Wes Powell (26.51), John Campbell (26.75), Matt Murphy (26.93), Randy Flood (27.33), Chase Gouley (27.40), Hank Minor (27.57), John Summers (27.64) and 10th-place Jon McCuskey (27.65).

Fastest women were Sarah Mazzola (28.68) in 13th place of 110 skiers, Christine Cordeau (28.70), Ashley Brown (28.87) and Erika Whittaker (28.87).

Erik Vorm of Flat Out Ridiculous and Barrett Molter of The Short Bus had the "rabbit" times of 34.14 and 34.48 seconds.

The series stays in its best single-run format on Wednesday, March 11. The post-race party will be staged at Lefty's Bar & Grill, Ketchum.

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