IFSA Junior Event held on Silverado
IFSA Squaw Valley, March 25-27
M15-18 Ski (top 5)
1. Berkeley Patterson, Sugar Bowl Freeride, 69.5
2. Cody Atwood, Squaw Big Mtn, 69.42
3. Eric Bourke, Alpine Big. Mtn, 69.3
4. Lionel Pascal, Squaw Big Mtn, 67.434
5. Preston Hoff, Squaw Big Mtn, 67.333
15-18 Snowboard 15-18 (top 5)
1. Dylan Zellers, Squaw/Alpine, 62.6
2. Jackson Skaff, Squaw/Alpine, 56.1
3. Sam Shinkle, Squaw/Alpine, 53.067
4. Clayton Pierce, Kirkwood Jets, 48.033
5. Jesse Aves, Squaw Big Mtn, 47.367
F15-18 Ski (top 5)
1. Mia Winans, SquawFree, 61.867
2. Tatum Whatford, IFSA Independent, 61.6
3. Cammy Hursh, Team Summit Colo., 61.4
4. Heidi Shimek, SquawFree, 60.567
5. Natalie Seelenfreund, Squaw Big Mtn, 59.5
1. Nathan Bromley, Squaw/Alpine, 57.266
2. Patrick Gulini, Squaw/Alpine, 56.534
3. George Skaff, Squaw /Alpine, 53.1
4. Ava Seelenfreund, Squaw Big Mtn, 2.3
5. Tavo Sadeg, Squaw/Alpine Big Mtn, 40.867
M12-14 Ski (top 5)
1. Turner Drummond, Alpine Big Mtn, 68.634
2. Gavin Weber, Squaw Big Mtn, 64.8
3. Max Davidoff, Squaw Big Mtn, 64.0
4. Coby Melrose, SquawFree, 63.966
5. Tanner Halberstadt, SquawFree, 63.267
F12-14 Ski (top 5)
1. Britta Winans, SquawFree, 66.134
2. Lily Bradley, SquawFree, 62.200
3. Elena Tebb, SquawFree, 59.834
4. Rebecca Noy, Squaw Big Mtn, 58.433
5. Elizabeth Howard, Sugar Bowl Freeride, 58.133
The Tahoe Junior Freeride Series hosted a National IFSA Junior Event at Squaw Valley this past weekend.
The competition was held on Jake’s Face off of the Silverado chair and featured more than 110 skiers and snowboarders between the ages of 12 and 18.
Berkeley Patterson of the Sugar Bowl Freeride team topped the field in the male 15-18 ski division, while Dylan Zellers of the Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Snowboard Team won the 15-18 snowboard division.
Mia Winans of SquawFree was the top female 15-18 skier, Nathan Bromley of the Squaw Valley Alpine Meadows Snowboard Team was the top 12-14 snowboarder, Turner Drummond of Alpine Big Mountain was the top 12-14 male skier, and Britta Winans of SquawFree was the top 12-14 female skier.
Find complete results at http://www.tahoejuniorfreerideseries.com.
The fourth and final stop of the Tahoe Junior Freeride Series will take place on the Chutes at Mt. Rose Ski Tahoe this Friday through Sunday, April 1-3. The event was rescheduled from March 11-13.
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