Friday, April 13, 2012

Moguls in Montana for SVSEF bump skiers

Spring Fiesta contest


Missoula's Bridger Bowl in Montana was the site of the Spring Fiesta competition last weekend, and Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation freestyle team racers were there.

Freestyle program director Andy Ware said, "This is the final event of the 2012 ski season but the first event on the 2013 national points list for next year. It was an opportunity to post some good results and move up the list for next year's Junior Nationals and National Championships."

And several SVSEF athletes did just that.

In moguls, Morgan Shaver finished second overall (2-F2) of 18 women Saturday. Among men, Jake Little was second overall (1-M1) and R.J. Bracken third (2-M1). Wilson Dunn was 11th overall (1-M4).

Sunday, Jake Little placed first (1-M1). In dual moguls it was Renee Shapiro fourth, Claire Siderman fifth, and Alysha Herich sixth. Little finished first in men's dual moguls. Also competing were Zac Maricich Siele, Wyatt Wilson and Jack Rizzo.

"Once again head coach Joey Cordeau has led this team through an outstanding season," Ware said. "The athletes improved every week and achieved many personal bests."




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