North Tahoe shredders struggle at SugarBowl

Staff reports
Emma Garrard/Sierra Sun file photoRyan Roemer of North Tahoe rounds a gate during a CNISSF event at Sugar Bowl on Monday. Roemer finished 43rd individually.

The article North Tahoe shredders struggle at Sugar Bowl in Wednesdays Sports & Outdoors section contained incorrect information.The scores and times listed for the Laker boys were reprints from the previous weeks CNISSF race at Northstar-at-Tahoe. The Laker girls times and scores were correct, however.Wednesdays article stated that North Tahoes Tyler Turpin finished second in Mondays race. Turpin placed first overall at Sugar Bowl with an overall time of 1:11.97.The next Laker racer was Davidson Harley, who placed 33rd in 1:38.29. Harley was followed by Ryan Roemer (1:38.69) in 34th, Adam Burnside (1:44.87) in 36th and Ben Reilly, who did not score, in in 45th.Nevada Unions boys were first overall with 170 points. Colfax was second with 152, Bear Valley third with 143, Placer fourth with 134, Davis fifth with 115 and North Tahoe sixth with 92 points.Because of the incorrect boys scores, the overall scores were also incorrect in Wednesdays article. Nevada Union had 325 points boys and girls combined for first place. Placer was second with 303, Colfax third with 288, North Tahoe fourth with 256 and Davis fifth with 249. Bear Valley does not have a girls team.

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