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Wolverine boys, girls sweep Nordic opener

SODA SPRINGS, Calif. — The Truckee Nordic boys and girls’ teams pulled off a first-place sweep during last Friday’s season opener at ASC Training Center.

Wolverines freshman Quinn Holan skied to first place in the boys’ race by a minute at the annual Foothill Classic, finishing with a time of 16 minutes, 29.6 seconds.

Senior teammate Logan Selander was second with a time of 17:29.9. Truckee also had Mathew Deluna finish fourth with a time of 18:03.0 and Alden Adams finish 10th with a time of 20:39.2.



As a team, the Truckee boys took first place with a low score of 14 points. North Tahoe was second with 28 points.

Sophomore Sven Halvorsen led the Lakers with a third-place finish, reaching the finish line in 17:43.9. North Tahoe also had Graham Snideman take eighth place with a time of 19:49.5, and Leyton Roberts finish in ninth with a time of 20:06.3.



On the girls’ side, Truckee’s Sierra Strecker took first place with a time of 18:46.1. Teammate Keira Scott was close behind in second place with a time of 18:54.1. Maggie Cooke took fourth for the Wolverines with a time of 19:11.8. Truckee also had Aili Scott take eighth place with a time of 20:43.0 and Jayna Palmer finish in ninth with a time of 20:57.8.

The Wolverines took the season-opening win with a low score of three points. North Tahoe was second with eight points.

Freshman Niki Johnson led the Lakers with a third-place performance, reaching the finish line in 18:58.3. Britta Johnson was fifth with a time of 19:12.5, followed by Alice Jowers in sixth place with a time of 19:38.3. Annika Johnston took 10th with a time of 21:01.8.

Cross-country skiing will head back to ASC Training Center on Friday for the second race of the California-Nevada Interscholastic Ski and Snowboard Federation season.


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