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Adams, Mann and Williams top Buddy Werner races

Kyle Adams took the top spot in the A division race of the Buddy Werner races last week.

Adams, who races for McDonald’s, finished with an 85.24.

Billy Mann topped the B division ski race with an 85.24, skiing for the Truckee Optimists.

In the snowboard division, Jimmy Williams finished first with a 90.94.

Williams races for KC Painting.

Following are complete results from last week’s Buddy Werner ski races:

A division

1. Kyle Adams, 85.24, McDonald’s

2. Cassandra Wilson, 74.21, McDonald’s

3. Scott Moore, 75.72, The Rock Garden

4. Jeremy Adams, 76.16, McDonald’s

5. Danielle Harvey, 76.48, McDonald’s

6. Kyler Coxon, 76.72, The Rock Garden

7. Bryann Mann, 76.94, McDonald’s

8. Scott Horn, 77.70, Truckee Rents

9. Kearnon Mooney, 78.87, The Rock Garden

10. Sean Chappell, 81.57, Tito Martinez Foundation

B Division

1. Billy Mann, 85.24, Truckee Optimist

2. Alex Carlson, 86.09, Granite Chief Construction

3. Brian Collins, 87.14, Truckee Optimist

4. Whitney Lewis, 87.89, Nik N’ Willie’s Pizza

5. Sean Mooney, 88.03, Tahoe Forest Hospital

6. Sean Wilson, 88.51, Granite Chief Construction

7. Tenaya Jorgensen, 89.19, Truckee Optimist

8. Noelle Adams, 89.25, Nik N’ Willie’s Pizza

9. Nate McKinney, 90.02, Tahoe Forest Hospital

10. Nick Myers, 90.32, Granite Chief Construction

Snowboard division

1. Jimmy Williams, 90.94, KC Painting

2. Travis Mills, 92.76, Totally Board

3. Bennett Carlson, 109.29, KC Painting

4. Marco Maynard, 110.58, Totally Board

5. Allyson Carroll, 114.29, KC Painting

6. Jacob Grossman, 150.26, KC Painting

7. Joshua Shaw, 154.34, KC Painting.


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