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Jack Young (Paul Bierman photo)

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Camille Bolduc gets some Pepa super powers! (Paul Bierman photo)

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Griffin Wright on his way to victory (Paul Bierman photo)

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Caleb Streinz (Paul Bierman photo)

CNSC Podiums at Final Eastern Cup

Last Updated: 25.Feb.2019

Last weekend wrapped up the 2018-2019 Eastern Cup Series with the Dublin Double at the Dublin School in Dublin, NH on Saturday and a classic race at the Holderness School in Plymouth, NH on Sunday. These races mark the culmination of the four weekend Eastern Cup series as well as the naming of the New England Junior National team, which will head to Alaska in early March.

Dublin was a new venue for the Eastern Cup and they did a great job hosting a jam-packed day of racing despite some limited snow to work with. Athletes got two chances to toe the line, with a 1.5k skate race in the morning followed by 3k of skating in the afternoon. 

Men’s 1.5k skate:

12. Finn Sweet (6th U18)

13. Griffin Wright (7th U18)

19. Jack Young (11th U18)

20. Caleb Streinz (6th U20)

42. Greyson Davis (23rd U18)

55. Aiden Casey (6th U16)

72. Cormac Leahy (11th U16)

72. Luke Streinz (1st U14)

74. Orion Cenkl (12th U16)

77. Tzevi Schwartz (13th U16)

81. Makail Tipton (4th U18)

83. Owen Jones (2nd U14)

85. Linden Stelma-Leonard (16th U16)

Men’s 3k skate:

7. Finn (4th U18)

8. Griffin (5th U18)

16. Caleb (5th U20)

36. Jack (19th U18)

52. Greyson (28th U18)

55. Aiden (8th U16)

62. Luke (1st U14)

64. Cormac (9th U16)

65. Makail (35th U18)

78. Tzevi (13th U16)

82. Owen (2nd U14)

83. Orion (16th U16)

96. Linden (23rd U16)

 

Women’s 1.5k skate:

5. Abbee Streinz (3rd U18)

17. Adrienne Remick (9th U18)

25. Camille Bolduc (6th U16)

88. Sydney Kulis (42nd U18)

Women’s 3k skate:

7. Abbee (3rd U18)

20. Adrienne (11th U18)

21. Camille (5th U16)

87. Sydney (41st U18)

On Sunday, Holderness hosted classic races on their very fun, old-school style trails. A little bit of rain and nasty weather didn’t deter Craftsbury racers from putting up very solid results, with a win from Griffin Wright in the men’s race! GRP coach Pepa also made the trip down south, just in case anyone needed a little extra cheering for the final race!

U16 Girls 5k Classic:

2. Quincy Massey-Bierman

4. Camille 

U16 Boys 5k Classic:

9. Cormac

11. Orion

12. Tzevi

13. Aiden

14. Luke

25. Linden

Women 10k Classic:

6. Abbee (5th U18)

15. Adrienne (12th U18)

 Men 10k Classic:

1. Griffin (1st U18)

4. Finn (3rd U18)

30. Caleb (11th U20)

31. Jack (18th U20)

58. Makail (37th U18)

61. Greyson (39th U18)

Sunday also brought the 2019 New England Junior National (JN) team naming. The JN team is made up of many of the best junior skiers in the region and they will travel to Anchorage, Alaska to race March 9-17 as part of Team New England. They will vie for the Alaska Cup, which goes to the highest scoring regional team. Seven CNSC juniors qualified for the trip! For the U18/U20 women, Abbee (who declined her spot) and Adrienne. For the U18/U20 men, Griffin, Finn, and Caleb. And Quincy and Camille for the U16 women. Congrats to these speedsters and stay tuned for more on these races!

Congratulations to all the CNSC juniors for racing hard and successfully all season long and their coaches who work tirelessly to prepare them!  

Results for Saturday (which at some point will be moved here) and Sunday.