Aaron Crouse

In the third week of the Pine Knob league season, the Notre Dame Boys Varsity Ski team earned third place finishes in both giant slalom (GS) and slalom.

In the third week of the Pine Knob league season, the Notre Dame Boys Varsity Ski team again showed individual improvements that led to third place finishes in both giant slalom (GS) and slalom, behind strong Rochester Adams and Bloomfield Hills teams. The Irish won their head-to-head matchup against Everest but lost to Bloomfield Hills.

Notre Dame was led by Kaden Hovey with a seventh place finish in slalom, his strongest this year. Also scoring for the team were Frank Roth, with his best slalom finish yet, Chase Flavin and Teegan McLeod. These three finished in 12th, 15th and 19th, respectively. Nick Uhazie tied for 21st as a backup score for the team.

In GS, Flavin led the team with a ninth place finish with a combined time of 37.85 seconds over two runs. Also contributing to the team’s scoring, were McLeod (15th), Uhazie (17th) and Hovey (24th). This was the best finish for Uhazie this year  

As with the girls team, several of the varsity boys compete in state wide events in Northern Michigan as well as national events that attract skiers from across the mid-west. Last weekend, at a Nubs Nob completion, McLeod took second place in slalom in his age group and Uhazie took 19th across the field of high school and college racers from around the state.

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