Friday, March 2, 2012

Busy Friday night at Rotarun

Racing under the lights


It was a busy evening on the fast snow and under the lights of Hailey's family-friendly Rotarun Ski Area, where the Friday Night Racing Series wrapped up and crowned a King of the Hill last Friday.

On the same evening, Sun Valley Tele presented its Rotarun Ripper Telepocalypse, a night slalom featuring a dual course with each competitor getting two runs.

Jimmy Grossman was named King of the Hill based on entire series results. The youngsters ranged in age from 5 to 15. Here are combined two-run results provided by race organizers from Friday's fourth race in the four-race series:

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Men, alpine: 1—Jimmy Grossman 31.82 seconds. 2—Jesse Foster 32.96. 3—Pat Revallier 33.40. 4—Jason Miller 34.06. 5—Travis Jones 35.70. 6—Caleb Baukol 35.99. 7—Pete Watkins 38.05. 8—Jeff Lyon 39.56. 9—Troy Thayer 43.70. 10—Bas Verheijen 45.66. Women, alpine: 1—Suzie Michael 48.61. 2—Georgie Montgomery 53.38.

Girls, alpine: 1—Riley Revallier 36.29. 2—Sage Curtis 42.10. 3—Sydney Smith 51.92. 4—Saba Grossman 52.40. 5—Maddie Charp 54.26. 6—Danika Merrick 57.16. 7—Tenny Barrow 57.82. 8—Lowe Watkins 60.08. 9—Taylor Merrick 60.93. 10—Jessica Mandeville 61.22.

Boys, alpine: 1—Buey Grossman 36.77. 2—Tobias Verheijen 38.45. 3—Jake Michael 39.17. 4—Travis Wilkinson 41.98. 5—Reilly Neel 42.69. 6—Drew Merrick 43.04. 7—Jake Charp 43.35. 8—Bryce Foster 44.85. 9—Max Baker 45.38. 10—Zane Lyon 46.62. 11—Carson Smith 50.04. 12—Ryan Davies 50.45. 13—Conrad Foster 52.50. 14—Jackson Baker 52.84. 15—David Mandeville 55.80. 16—Mats Radl-Jones 56.45. 17—Sebi Radl-Jones 57.27. 18—Ryan Carres 59.14. 19—Spencer Neel 71.13.




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