The Notre Dame Girls Varsity Ski team captured the 2019 MHSAA Girls Division Two State Championship, the first state title for the team since winning the Class B title in 2006. After finishing as runners-up in 2017 and 2018 the Irish were able to break through, finishing with a team total of only 64 points (31 slalom, 33 giant slalom) and besting second place Petoskey by 38 points.
The Irish placed three skiers among the top 15 in both the slalom and giant slalom. KC Kennedy led the way for Notre Dame with a pair of top-five finishes, taking third in the slalom with a time of 1:07.70 and fifth in the giant slalom in 1:16.10. Meghan Kozole was sixth in the slalom (1:09.52) and seventh in the giant slalom (1:16.46), Delaney Flavin was 15th in the slalom and Natalie Uhazie 15th in the giant slalom. Uhazie also placed 16th in the slalom while Hailey Schindler took 19th in the slalom and Keely McLeod took 26th and 27th in the slalom and giant slalom respectively.