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2017 EHSC Maine Nordic Team Info

The 2017 Maine EHSC team will be staying at Mountain Top Resort in Vermont. The team fee of $350.00 MUST be paid at the naming of the team Saturday at Black Mountain. Please bring a check made out to Maine Nordic to reserve to reserve your spot.

We will be naming the top 23 boys and 23 girls for the team immediately after the race is done. You must confirm your intent at the awards ceremony and then proceed to register in the wax lodge. There will be two lines to register, one for each gender.

Team fees include all meals, coaching, race fees and the banquet Saturday night. The team will be staying in amazing private homes on site. You must provide your own transportation to the site, but there will be no driving anywhere once the team arrives. They run a great race and it's a terrific place to race and stay. The schedule and additional team info will be mailed on Mondayto all team members. It will include specific instructions about waxing, etc. You will bring your race skis already waxed to the site. After that all waxing will be handled by the coaching staff.

Jackets may be purchased for an additional $100. In addition you MUST immediately register as a Maine Nordic member by joining NENSA SATURDAY. Please be prepared to join NENSA that day and provide your NENSA member at registration (www.nensa.net).

Contact Buzz Bean at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. with any questions.

GO MAINE!!!

Here is information from the site:

The Mountain Top Inn and Resort is very excited to play host to the 2017 Eastern High School Championships. Of all of the major events our resort has hosted, this team event format and especially the relays is the most exciting. We are anxious to show off our stadium and trail system that will be able to handle Mass Starts, and Relays along with the normal individual starts.

 Additional information about the event can be viewed on our web site mountaintopnordic.wixsite.com/2017ehsc  including updated schedule,  course and stadium maps for each event, food and beverage options, medical plan, and lodging.

 

2017 EHSC Maine Alpine Team

The EHSC Alpine Shootouts were held today at Black Mtn.  Congratulations to the following boys who qualified to be on the 2017 Maine EHSC Alpine Team: Nick Newman (Mtn. Valley), Nathan Delmar (Maranacook), Devon Lathrop (Cape Elizabeth), Axel Lindsay (Greely), Sam Smith (Mt. Blue), Maxx Bell (Edward Little), Aaron Rae (Bonney Eagle), Kyle Mooney (Edward Little), Miles Pelletier (Mt. Blue), Gibson Scott (Falmouth), Ryland VanDecker (Oxford Hills), and Bryce Madore (Fort Kent).  Congratulations to the following girls who qualified to be on the 2017 Maine EHSC Alpine Team: Annesley Black (Cheverus), Rachel Tooth (Maranacook), Brooke Juneau (Fryeburg), Victoria Beliveau (Edward Little), Alisha Guimond (Fort Kent), Margaret Elder (Yarmouth), Jeannette Cunningham (Greely), Ella Simon (Camden Hills), Allison Acritelli (Spruce Mtn), Caroline Burns (Oxford Hills), Audrey Heriz-Smith (Camden Hills), and Marielle Pelletier (Mt. Blue),  They will compete at the EHSC at Attitash Mtn on March 10-12. RESULTS  | BREWSTER BURNS PHOTOS

Class A State Meet Day 2 Recap

The Mt. Blue Boys and Girls win the 2017 Class A Nordic Title

The 2017 Class A Nordic State Championships wrapped up today at Quarry Road with the freestyle competition. In the boys freestyle competition, Tucker Barber of Mt. Blue is the 2017 Class A Freestyle State Champion.   His time was 15:08.0.  Caleb Niles of Deering was 2nd and Isaiah Reid of Mt. Blue was 3rd.  For the girls, Julia Ramsey of Mt. Blue is the 2017 Class A Freestyle State Champion.  She finished with a winning time of 18:57.6.  Jennifer Wilbraham of Morse was 2nd and Meghan Charles of Mt. Blue was 3rd.  For the team scores, the Mt. Blue boys are the 2017 Class A Nordic State Champions.  The Falmouth boys were 2nd.  For the girls, the Mt. Blue girls are the 2017 Class A Nordic State Champions.  The Deering girls were 2nd.  Congratulations to the Oxford Hills boys and to the Mt. Blue girls for earning the MPA Class A Sportsmanship award.  Click on Read more for awards photos.  COMPLETE RESULTS  | BREWSTER BURNS PHOTOS

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Class B State Meet Day 2 Recap

The Maranacook Boys and Girls win the 2017 Class B Nordic Title

The 2017 MPA Class B Nordic State Championships concluded today at Sugarloaf with the freestyle competition.  On the boys side, John Lane of Yarmouth is the 2017 Class B Freestyle State Champion.  He finished with a time of 14:07.0.  Zach Holman of Maranacook was 2nd (14:16.7) and Jacob Olins of Freeport was 3rd (14:16.9).  On the girls side, Grace Cowles of Yarmouth is the 2017 Class B Freestyle State Champion.  She finished with a winning time of 17:11.3.  Laura Parent of Maranacook was 2nd (17:15.1) and Emily Gerencer of St. Doms was 3rd (17:49.6).  For the team scores, the Maranacook boys are the 2017 Class B Nordic State Champions with 45 points from the two days.  Freeport was 2nd and Yarmouth was 3rd.  For the girls, the Maranacook girls are the 2017 Class B Nordic State Champions with 43 points.  Yarmouth was 2nd and Freeport was 3rd.  Congratulations to the Freeport boys and girls for earning the MPA Sportsmanship award.  COMPLETE RESULTS

Class C State Meet Day 2 Recap

The Maine Coast Boys and Girls win the 2017 Class C Nordic Title

The MPA Class C Nordic State Championships concluded today at Quarry Road with the freestyle competition.  In the boys freestyle competition, Willson Moore of Waynflete is the 2017 Class C Freestyle state champion with a winning time of 14:39.4.  Tucker Pierce was 2nd and Nick Neveu was 3rd and they are both from Maine Coast.  For the girls, Olivia Skillings of Maine Coast is the 2017 Class C Freestyle State Champion.  She had a fast time of 18:26.9.  Isabelle Jandreau of Madawaska was 2nd and Louise Ahearne of Maine Coast was 3rd.  In the team competition, the Maine Coast boys are the 2017 Class C Nordic State Champions.  On the girls side, the Maine Coast girls are the 2017 Class C Nordic State Champions.  Congratulations to the Ashland boys and girls for earning the MPA Class C Sportsmanship award.  Click on Read more for awards photos.  COMPLETE RESULTS  |  BREWSTER BURNS PHOTOS

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Class C Nordic State Meet Day 1 Recap

 Maine Coast Boys and Girls lead after day 1

Day 1 of the MPA Class C Nordic State Championships were held today at Quarry Road in Waterville with the classical competition in spring like conditions.  Willson Moore of Waynflete is the 2017 Class C Classical State Champion.  He finished in 18:41.2.  Nick Neveu of Maine Coast was 2nd (21:07.7) and Tucker Pierce of Maine Coast was 3rd (21:11.3).  For the girls, Olivia Skillings of Maine Coast is the 2017 Class C Classical State Champion.  She finished with a time of 21:14.0.  Her teammates Louise Ahearne was 2nd (23:20.5) and Fiona Libby was 3rd (25:43.8).  The Maine Coast boys are leading after day 1 in Class C Nordic.  With 1st, 2nd, 3rd, and 4th place finishes, the Maine Coast girls have the lead after day 1 in Class C Nordic.  COMPLETE RESULTS

Class A Nordic State Meet Day 1 Recap

Mt. Blue Boys and Girls lead after day 1 

Day 1 of the MPA Class A Nordic State Championships were held today at Quarry Road in Waterville with the classical competition.  Tucker Barber of Mt. Blue is the 2017 Class A Classical State Champion.  Caleb Niles of Deering was 2nd (18:28.5) and Isaiah Reid of Mt. Blue was 3rd (19:08.4).  For the girls. Julia Ramsey of Mt. Blue is the 2017 Class A Classical State Champion.  She finished with a time of 22:53.3.  Ewa Varney of Deering was 2nd (22:55.0) and Meghan Charles of Mt. Blue was 3rd (23:11.3).  The Mt. Blue boys and girls are leading after day 1.  The Class A Nordic state meet concludes on Friday with the freestyle. COMPLETE RESULTS

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