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Marymount Alpine Ski Team Captures 5th Consecutive NOSSA Title

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February 13, 2015 - On Wednesday, Feb. 11th/15 the NOSSA Alpine Championships took place at Adanac Ski Hill. Approximately 80 racers took part in competition hoping to earn their way to the Provincial Championships at Blue Mountain. Serina Seguin finished with silver medals in slalom, giant slalom and overall combined while Katherine Boyce finished the day with three third place finishes. Marika Moskalyk finished the slalom event in 8th place and completing the team of five was Brier Cook and Sidney Smith. These five girls took the overall team title in the Level 1 category which is high school trained only racers with no club racing affiliation or history past the Nancy Green level. This is Marymount’s 5th consecutive NOSSA title and will be the 6th time in 7 years that alpine racers from Marymount represent the Level 1 program out of Northern Ontario at the OFSAA Provincial Championships. OFSAA takes place at Blue Mountain from Feb. 22nd-24th and will travel with racers from St. Charles, St. Benedict’s, Lasalle, and Lockerby.

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