Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Snow Bowl bumps wrap up freestyle season

Solid season for freeskiers


One of the best freestyle skiing seasons in memory for the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation squads has come to an end, leaving memories of a great 2012-13 winter campaign.

SVSEF racers competed in the Snow Bowl Spring Break Fiesta freestyle competition at Snow Bowl, Mt. last weekend. It was the final freestyle event.

Program director Andy Ware said, “SVSEF freestyle athletes took home more overall mogul and dual mogul titles this season than ever before.

“I am extremely proud of our coaches and athletes for working so hard all season long. Many athletes have competed in 10 events this season.”

At Snow Bowl, Morgan Shaver was the top F1 (ages 17-18) in Saturday’s moguls, and then placed second overall in moguls and second in dual moguls Sunday.

Over at Copper Mountain, Co. Sunday, freeskiing athlete Trevor Hattabaugh placed sixth in the Men’s Open class skier halfpipe at the USASA National Championships.

Ware said, “Trevor had two top-10 finishes in three weeks—at the Rev Tour finals and now at national championships. He has really stepped it up at the end of the season and established himself among the best up-and-coming halfpipe skiers in the country.”

Monday, Will Griffith competed at the USASA national finals in the 11-12 year-old class in HP and slopestyle. SVSEF placings from Snow Bowl:

( F2 (ages 15-16): Renee Shapiro 2-moguls (4th overall), 4th overall moguls Sunday and 3rd dual moguls; Alysha Herich 3-moguls (6th overall), 8th overall moguls Sunday and 7th duals.

( M2: Zac Maricich-Siele 2nd overall moguls Sunday and 1st overall dual moguls; Jack Rizzo 5-moguls (12th overall), 5th overall moguls Sunday and 9th dual moguls; and Cutter Grathwohl 5-moguls (14th overall), 10th overall moguls Sunday and 7th dual moguls.

( F3 (ages 13-14): Parker Nance 3-moguls (12th overall), 14th overall moguls Sunday and 9th dual moguls.

( M3: Wilson Dunn 11th overall moguls Saturday, 8th overall moguls Sunday and 9th overall dual moguls.




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