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North Tahoe snowboarding team wins giant slalom race at Squaw

Sun Staff reports

The Lakers edged league-leading Colfax by three points, 372-369, to win a CNISSF giant slalom race at Squaw Valley USA on Wednesday.

Colfax and North Tahoe are one-two in the standings with one regular-season race remaining before the State Championship. Placer is third in the season standings, Davis fourth, Truckee fifth, Bear River sixth and Nevada Union seventh.

Kristen Harvey of Truckee took the top spot individually in the girls’ competition, while three Laker girls raced to top-five finishes ” Jenna Burnside second, Tara Turpin third and Dani Pranin fifth.

On the boys’ side, Nate Horn of North Tahoe took second and was trailed by teammate Ben Reilly in sixth. The Cowie brothers led the way for the Wolverines, finishing third and fifth, respectively.

The final race of the regular season, a slalom at Boreal, will be held today starting at 10 a.m. The CNISSF State Championship at Mammoth Mountain is scheduled for March 7-10.

Girls

1. Kristen Harvey TT 46.84

2. Jenna Burnside NT 51.25

3. Tara Turpin NT 51.75

4. Emma Obray Pla 52.30

5. Dani Pranin NT 52.62

13. Kara Horn NT 56.66

14. Sami Bussinger TT 57.18

15. Calli Turner TT 57.36

17. Lexi Schumann NT 57.73

21. Jamie Gross NT 58.82

23. Kelley Holman NT 59.13

25. Emily Ashbaugh NT 59.62

32. Ariah Curtis TT 62.57

45. Jasmine Murray TT 206.97

48. Lindsey Bahr TT 900.00

Boys

1. Paul Kamisky Dav 45.87

2. Nate Horn NT 47.29

3. Kevin Cowie TT 47.43

4. Kolby Olson NU 47.95

5. Ryan Cowie TT 48.40

6. Ben Reilly NT 48.41

16. Clayton Doyle NT 51.05

36. Sean Lefrak TT 59.03

37. Chris Parson NT 59.06

39. Zach Dodge NT 59.83

46. Oscar Hernandez TT 67.07

49. Evan Davis NT 74.51


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