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Jozie Wille will be competing in her first junior national event next month in Truckee, California., based upon her strong finishes last weekend in Aspen.
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Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club

Rocky Mountain Nordic Junior National Qualifier

Saturday, Feb. 14

5K/10K Classic

Hosted by AVSC

 U18 Boys 10K

1. Nick Sweeney

6. Graham Houtsma

U16 Boys 5K

9. Jack Sweeney

19. Ricky Wojcik

27. Henry Barth

28. Ben Kaden

U18 Girls 10K

7. Nina Beidleman

8. Logan McNamee

16. Adair Pattillo

17. Kim Sandbach

19. Julia Budsey

20. Katelyn Krehbiel

U16 Girls 5K Classic

9. Chelsea Moore

10. Jozie Wille

15. Melody Lemke

18. Maya McDonough

24. Taylor Pattillo

 

U14 and Under Participants

Saturday

Boys: Colt Whitley, Taiga Moore, Everett Olson, George Beck, Noah Wheeless, Will Rose, Hank Sweeney, Cole Kennedy, Caden Klein, Sawyer Shook, Connor Brennan, John Viola, Anders Weiss, Spencer Perley, Kawak Miranda, Eske Roennau, Owen McLernon, Andrew Perley, Kenny McPhee, Edwin Ryerson, Saywer McLernon, Leo Roennau, Reed Russell, Dominic DiMaria.

  Girls:  Eva McDonough, Stef Wojcik, Selby Hall, Maya Hull, Elsie Weiss, Maia Ettlinger, Lucy Silcox, Adelaide Ryerson, Juniper Anderson.

 

Sunday, Feb. 15

5K/10K Freestyle mass start

Boys: Colt Whitley, Everett Olson, Taiga Moore, George Beck, Noah Wheeless, Sawyer Shook, Cole Kennedy, Caden Klein, Will Rose, John Viola, Connor Brennan, Hank Sweeney, Anders Weiss, Kawak Miranda, Spencer Perley, Eske Roennau, Andrew Perley, Teo Joseph, Edwin Ryerson, Kenny McPhee, Aubrey Elder, Sam Brennan, Leo Roennau,

  Girls: Elizabeth Barsness, Nina Gildor, Eva McDonough, Stef Wojcik, Emma Barsness, Lily Lousie Sanders, Willow Poschman, Elsie Weiss, Isabella Poshman, Maia Ettlinger, Adelaide Ryerson, Siena Ettlinger

 

Freeskiing

Adaptive Skiing

IPCAs/US Nationals

Buttermilk/Tiehack

National championship downhill

Feb. 6

Men

Visually Impaired

1. Kevin Burton

Standing

2. Thomas Walsh

Sitting

1. Andrew Kurka

2. Tyler Walker

4. Chris Devlin-Young

6. Joshua Elliott

10. Todd Morand

11. Kevin Mather

Women

Standing

2. Melanie Schwartz

Sitting

1. Laurie Stephens

IPCA downhill

Women

Standing

2. Melanie Schwartz

Sitting

1. Laurie Stephens

Men

Visually Impaired

1. Kevin Burton/Chris Tatsuno

3. Brian Follet/Scot Jones

Standing

3. Thomas Walsh

Sitting

2. Andrew Kurka

3. Tyler Walker

4. Chris Devlin-Young

10. Todd Morand

11. Kevin Mather

Super Combined

Feb. 7

Men

Visually Impaired

1. Kevin Burton/Chris Tatsuno

Standing

1. Thomas Walsh

Sitting

1. Andrew Kurka

2. Chris Devlin-Young

4. Todd Morand

Women

Standing

2. Melanie Schwartz

Sitting

1. Laurie Stephens

Super G

Feb. 8

Women

Standing

2. Melanie Schwartz

Sitting

1. Laurie Stephens

Men

Visually Impaired

1. Kevin Burton/Chris Tatsuno

Standing

3. Thomas Walsh

Sitting

2. Andrew Kurka

3. Tyler Walker

4. Joshua Elliott

5. Chris Devlin-Young

10. Aaron Howell

11. Todd Morand

12. Kevin Mather

Alpine Skiing

Surefoot Colorado Ski Cup

Feb. 12

Giant slalom

Women

5. Katy Harris

21. Dairinn Bowers

Men

1. Nick Mitchell

8. Hayden Fake

9. Andrew Hancock

17. Brooks Layman

21. Tristan Lane

Feb. 13

Winter Park

Giant Slalom

Men

1. Nick Mitchell

6. Hayden Fake

34. Andrew Hancock

Giant slalom

5. Katy Harris

12. Erin Spence

30. Darinn Bowers

Feb. 14

Slalom

Women

7. Erin Spence

10. Katy Harris

20. Dairinn Bowers

Men

3. Andrew Hancock

12. Nick Mitchell

14. Hayden Fake

19. Anthony Wada

Feb. 15

Slalom

10. Katy Harris

26. Dairinn Bowers

Men

5. Andrew Hancock

13. Hayden Fake

20. Anthony Wada

24. Brooks Layman

Freeskiing

Park City, Utah

Feb. 5-6

Halfpipe (age group finishers)

1. Kai Morris

3. Cassidy Jarrell

Slopestyle (age group finishers)

1. Kai Morris

1. Tristan Feinberg

1. Ian Catto


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