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State Champion Spotlight: Nick Newman

We begin the State Champion Spotlight this week, spotlighting the state champions of each discipline.   Our first spotlight is Mountain Valley senior Nick Newman who was the 2017 Class B Giant Slalom state champion.  We asked him a few questions about his season, his goals, and his future plans.

1) What were your preparations leading up to the state meet?
  Leading into the state meet my goal during training was to get two solid race runs in, and then call it good if I was happy with those two. 
2) How did you deal with the pressure and emotions that come along with competing in a state meet?
Over the years of ski racing I've never had nerves ever really be a huge issue, but this year I just kept my self busy before races to keep myself from worrying about it. During the meet I just went straight back to the top of the course the maintain my focus.
3) What was going through your mind at the starting gate knowing that the conditions were soft and warm?

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2017 Leavitt Duathlon Photos

Winnie the Pooh, Togas, bright colors, bearded creatures, and more all made an appearance at the 2017 Leavitt Duathlon.  It was a great end-of-season fun event that was capped off by hot chocolate and sweet treats. CLICK HERE to see photos and to download them.  Thank you to all for coming!

2017 U16/EHSC Maine Nordic Team






It was a cold but exciting day at the 2017 U16/EHSC Maine Nordic Team Selection race at Black Mtn.  Congratulations to all who qualified to be on the 2017 U16 Maine Nordic Team and on the 2017 EHSC Maine Nordic Team.  The U16 team will compete March 10-12 at Titcomb Mtn.  The EHSC team will compete March 17-19 at Mountain Top, Vermont.   RESULTS |  DW ACTION PHOTOS | RIVER VALLEY GRAPHICS PHOTOS

Beat Hunger in Maine Fundraiser Thank You

A huge thank you from Nathan Delmar, the Good Shepard Food Bank and all that will benefit to all those that participated and donated in support of today’s Beat Hunger in Maine fundraising slalom race held at the Kents Hill Slope.  The event had over 50 participants and raised $1200.00 to help feed those in need in the state of Maine.  This $1200.00 will buy roughly 6000 pounds of food or in other terms nearly 4800 meals.  A truly amazing result, thank you to all!!

2017 U16/EHSC Nordic Team Selection Race Info

The 2017 U16/EHSC Maine Nordic Team Selection Race is on Sunday, March 5th at Black Mtn.  The specific race day schedule is attached along with entry fee info.  Registration is now open for the selection race.   Entries must be submitted by using this REGISTRATION FORM.  Pre-registration is now closed.  Day of race entries will be accepted on Sunday.  Race headquarters opens at 8:45am.  CLICK HERE for U16 Maine Team Info. CLICK HERE for important information about the EHSC Maine Nordic Team included fees.  

REGISTRATION LIST--A continuously updated list of registrations received. 

 The top 23 high school boys and the top 23 high school girls will qualify for the Maine EHSC Nordic Team.  The top 24 U16 girls and the top 24 U16 boys will qualify for the Maine U16 Nordic Team.  

KVAC/MVC Championships Day 2 Cancelled

From the Athletic Director Chairs of the KVAC/MVC Ski Committee: Discussions have taken place with the MVC/KVAC about Day 2 of the KVAC/MVC Ski Championships on Wednesday March 1.  Black Mtn said the course will be ready.  It's what happens with the weather that will determine if the races take place.  The forecast of 50-60% chance of rain from 12:00pm to 1:00pm thrown into the equation of the safety of the skiers plus distances some schools travel and the amount of school days already missed due to weather, the KVAC/MVC will not be completing day 2 of the championships.

No KVAC/MVC Ski Championships Race on Wednesday March 1st.

Good Shepard Food Bank Alpine Fundraiser

Nathan Delmar, Maranacook Captain invites all skiers to the following fundraising ski race: When:  Sunday, March 5th, 10:00 start, registration starts at 8:30. Where:  Kents Hill Ski Slope Event: Slalom Cost:  $15 entry fee of which all proceeds go to the Good Shepard Food Bank to help feed those in need.  A great tune up for those going on to compete at the Eastern High School Championships, a great way for all skiers to finish off their season and a great fundraising cause!  Come one, come all, open to all middle school, high school and there may even be a “masters” division smile.

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