Katrina Voss racing Slalom at Red Mountain.

Hemlock Ski Team finishes 10th overall at the Provincials

Local racers do well at Red Mountain last weekend where they competed against 65 racers

Congratulations to the Hemlock Ski Team for outstanding performances by their U16 racers last weekend at Red Mountain where they competed against 65 racers at the second of three Provincial race events this season.  The racer’s combined efforts in three races resulted in the Hemlock Ski Team finishing in 10th place overall based on club points, beating out larger ski racing clubs like Cypress, Sun Peaks and Big White.  In addition, all three Hemlock racers posted Provincial best placings.

The complete results for the Hemlock Ski Team are as follows:

In Slalom, Katrina Voss (Port Moody) placed 13th, Lena Liljedahl (Port Moody) placed 36th and Megan Kardoes (Abbotsford) placed 37th in the ladies U16 group.

In the first Giant Slalom race, Katrina Voss (Port Moody) placed 10th, Megan Kardoes (Abbotsford) placed 19th and Lena Liljedahl (Port Moody) placed 35th in the ladies U16 group.

In the second Giant Slalom race, Katrina Voss (Port Moody) placed 18th, Megan Kardoes (Abbotsford) placed 32nd and Lena Liljedahl (Port Moody) placed 51st in the ladies U16 group.

Hemlock Resort is located 45 minutes east of Mission and overlooks Harrison Lake.  The Hemlock Ski Club provides ski racing opportunities for kids from 4 and up.  For more information about the Hemlock Ski Club and its ski racing program, please visit the ski club website at www.hemlockskiclub.com.

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