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MARYMOUNT ALPINE SKI TEAM = NOSSA CHAMPS!

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(L-R) Danielle Burla, Lyndsay Greasley, Tori Jewell, Kate Palkovits, Vanessa Bulfon, Mackenzie Webber, (Coach) Dan Bartolucci
Missing: Brittany Major

February 18, 2011 - On Friday, February 11th, the Marymount ski team competed in the city championships held at Adanac ski hill. Team members include Kate Palkovits, Tori Jewell, Mackenzie Webber, Lyndsay Greasley, Danielle Burla, Brittany Major, and Vanessa Bulfon. Under beautiful sunny skies, the team showed once again this year that they are a force to be reckoned with. Led by Gr. 11 student Kate Palkovits, Marymount finished in first place among all Level One skiers. There were record numbers this year for the female racers, so this was quite the accomplishment. On Tuesday, February 15th, the team moved on to compete at the Northern Ontario level and after some unbelievably competitive skiing by girls from all over Sudbury and North Bay, Marymount once again proved that they were #1 and captured the overall Level One NOSSA title. Level One skiers are those who have never received any club racing training beyond the Nancy Green Level. The team now moves on to OFSAA, to be held at Blue Mountain in Collingwood on February 28th & March 1st. This is the second year in a row that Marymount has represented Northern Ontario at the provincial level. Some individual NOSSA results include:

Kate Palkovits:
2nd Place – Giants Slalom
1st Place – Slalom
1st Place – Overall Combined

Tori Jewell:
3rd Place – Giant Slalom

Mackenzie Webber:
5th Place – Giant Slalom


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