Awesome skiing at home and at Hunter Mountain

February 16, 2017

Freestyle Development Director/Events Coordinator Nori Pepe checked in with an update after a successful competition for the Freestyle program. 

 

"I hope everyone was able to brave the cold temps, whipping winds and dumping snow to catch glimpses of the high-level skiing taking place on Highline.  The Freestyle team balanced their weekend between training, powder skiing, competing and watching the North American Cup International Mogul Competition.

 

The mogul team had the pleasure of skiing with guest coach Reed Snyderman.  I think all would agree that his enthusiasm and energy is infectious.  Reed said 'We really enjoyed the moguls on Vertigo.  I was super impressed with the progression out of the whole bunch!  I tried to get the crew to be quicker and lighter on their feet, and we laughed about trying to ski more like a pack of lions. Of course we also really enjoyed watching the high-flying action of the NorAm.' 

 

Coach Bob had 'another totally ripping weekend.  We skied Devil's Den and Devil's Fiddle for first time this year and had some firsts in the Stash on several features.  Watching and cheering for all the KMS skiers in the NORAM, you could hear "wow" from every one of my athletes watching every run. My athletes were very impressed never having seen a level like that before.'

 

The Bumps & Jumps team focused their energy in the Park in preparation for upcoming Slopestyle and Aerial competitions.  Coach Kevin said, 'The team took some laps in Timberline to prep for the Hunter comp. In the afternoon we hit the Stash, Devils Fiddle and Dream Maker and got into some powder in the woods. We also made time to watch the awesome NorAm skiers rip up the course!'

 

Marissa reported that 'Despite the weather, Sunday turned out to be a great day for Grace, Violet, and Reese. We were hitting the first feature off to the far left in the Stash (bunch of round logs to a drop) while Violet put in a great effort on some features in the woods and a picnic table. I was blown away by Grace mustering up the courage to hit a skinny wooden flat rail, to drop the Skyburst cliff and for clearing the jumps in Timberline!'

 

On Sunday, Peter DaMore took a group of Bumps & Jumps athletes to a Slopestyle and Aerial competition.  He reported back that 'KMS came to Hunter and left with a ton of hardware, nearly sweeping all age groups and the overalls! Everyone competed well in tough, cold conditions with blowing snow and low visibility, but that didn't stop them all from staying focused and stomping the slope and air courses.'  

 

Great job team and congratulations to the overall winners Elodie, Maddy and Jack!

 

Hunter Slopestyle

F9        1st Emily Storch, 7th Overall

            3rd Victoria Johnson, 9th Overall

            4th Allison Byrnes, 10th Overall

 

F11      1st Megan Ciaglo, 2nd Overall

            3rd Ella Rothberg, 5th Overall

 

F13      1st Elodie Flanagan, 1st Overall

            2nd Maddy Byrnes, 3rd Overall

            3rd Stephanie DeLuna, 6th Overall

 

M9      1st Owen Ciaglo, 6th Overall

            2nd Josh Jamieson

 

M11    1st Trae DaMore, 3rd Overall

            2nd Ryan Jamieson, 10th Overall

            3rd Gabe Johnson

            4th Kyle Gordon

 

M13    1st Tyler DaMore, 2nd Overall

            2nd Jack Petrone, 4th Overall

            5th Jake Slavich

 

Hunter Aerials

F9        1st Allison Byrnes, 3rd Overall

            2nd Victoria Johnson, 6th Overall

            3rd Emily Storch, 9th Overall

           

 

F11      1st Maddy Byrnes, 1st Overall

            2nd Stephanie DeLuna, 4th Overall

            3rd Megan Ciaglo, 5th Overall

 

F13      2nd Ella Rothberg, 7th Overall

            3rd Elodie Flanagan, 8th Overall

 

M9      1st Owen Ciaglo

            2nd Josh Jamieson

 

M11    2nd Trae DaMore, 3rd Overall

            3rd Kyle Gordon, 6th Overall

            4th Gabe Johnson, 8th Overall

           

 

M13    1st Jack Petrone, 1st Overall

            2nd Tyler Damore, 4th Overall

            3rd Jake Slavich, 5th Overall

 

M15    1st Dean Flanagan

 

 

 

 

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