CNISSF snowboard racing | Przybyslawski, Wood lead teams in Alpine Meadows GS

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Courtesy Harry Lefrak / Lefrak PhotographyNorth Tahoe's Konrad Przybyslawski races to a second-place finish in a CNISSF snowboard race at Alpine Meadows on Monday. Find more race photos at

North Tahoe’s Konrad Przybyslawski and Truckee’s Ruby Wood and Ryan Murphy led their respective high school snowboard teams with top-three finishes in a CNISSF giant slalom race at Alpine Meadows on Monday.

In the boys race, Przybyslawski finished runner-up to Jacob Peek of Placer High, posting a two-run combined time of 1:11.5 to Peek’s 1:09.3.

Murphy rounded out the top three in a time of 1:12.2, while Truckee teammate Quinntin Butler was sixth in 1:13.3, Casey Curtis was eighth in 1:14.5 and Colten Roderigue was 17th in 1:20.2.

Trailing Przybyslawski was Lakers teammates Nash Baehr, who placed ninth in 1:16.9.

Celine Holland of Nevada Union captured the win in the girls race with a time of 1:09.9, while Drew Bernadett of Nevada Union was second in 1:10.8 and Wood, who won the opening race the previous week, was third for the Wolverines in 1:11.2.

North Tahoe’s Courtney Peters finished fourth in 1:17.6 and Roxy Schumann was fifth in 1:19.2, while Truckee’s Claire Roberts was eighth in 1:24.4, Sofie Maciel was ninth in 1:24.9 and Nichole Graham was 11th in 1:27.0. Sierra Aildasani (17th, 1:31.2) and Brie Dubuc (18th, 1:31.3) also posted top-20 finishes.

Wood won the first race of the season, a slalom at Boreal on Jan 7, by six-tenths of a second over Nelly Steinhoff of Colfax, 1:05.0 to 1:05.6.

Peters finished sixth for the Laker girls, while Curtis led the Truckee boys with a third-place finish and Przybyslawski was 10th for North Tahoe.

UP NEXT: A slalom race is scheduled for Monday at 10 a.m. at Boreal.

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