Tiger Nordic team vies at U-32

EAST MONTPELIER — The Middlebury Union High School Nordic skiing teams competed on Saturday in a 5-kilometer classic style race at U-32 against some of the state’s top squads.
On what Tiger coach Chas Lyons called “a great day for skiing” on a “dynamic course with great visibility,” the Tiger girls finished fifth in an eight-team field, while the boys were fifth in a five-team field, but only four points out of third place.
The top finishers for each MUHS team were Amelia Ingersoll for the girls (23rd in 17:30.60) and Haven Tate for the boys (16th in 14:40.83).
With the top four places scoring, U-32 won the girls’ competition with 20 points, followed by Woodstock (36), Champlain Valley (53), North Country (62), MUHS (117), BFA-Fairfax (141), Lyndon (155) and Montpelier (165).
CVU scored just 15 points to win the boys’ race, followed by Woodstock (36), NCU (74), Fairfax (75) and MUHS (78).
The other Tiger girls’ racers were:
28. Julia Rosenberg, 18:30.50.
30. Isabel Rosenberg, 18:50.27.
36. Katharine Koehler, 19:35.22.
38. Emily Kiernan, 19:44.38.
42. Signi Livingston-Peters, 20:29.27.
The other Tiger boys’ racers were:
19. Harlow Punderson, 15:07.19.
21. David Dregallo, 15:57.97.
22. Bob Avery, 16:12.47.
23. Julian Schmitt, 16:42.23.
31. Tobias Broucke, 17:30.42.
32. Ross Crowne, 17:36.50.

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