Middlebury skiers finish third at UNH
DURHAM, N.H. — The Middlebury College ski team finished third this past weekend at the New Hampshire Carnival. Dartmouth won with 986 points, followed by Vermont (849) and the Panthers (738). Alpine races were held at Cannon Mountain, while Nordic races were held at the Jackson Ski Touring Center. Teams return to action the weekend after next at the UVM carnival.
On Saturday Erik Arvidsson led the Panther men’s alpine team by taking second in the slalom in a two-run time of 1:45.16. Lucia Bailey paced the women in the slalom, taking eighth in 1:54.68.
Alexandra Lawson placed fourth in the freestyle sprints to lead the Panther Nordic women’s team, while Sam Wood led the Panther men by placing fifth.
On Friday both Middlebury Nordic teams placed second in classic racing as both Lewis Nottonson and Annika Landis earned third-place finishes. Nottonson finished in 54:40 in the men’s 20-kilometer race, while Landis posted a time of 47:16 in the women’s 15K.
On the alpine hill, Lucia Bailey took seventh in 2:15.57 to lead the Panther women in the giant slalom. Arvidsson completed his two runs in 2:09.49 to take third and pace the Panther men.
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