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Sports - The past couple of weekends have been the perfect storm of race action for Calabogie Ski Racing Club. The U12 racers competed in the kombi at Edelweiss, in Wakefield, Que. while the U14s raced at Mont Ste. Marie, in Lac-Sainte-Marie, Que. and the U16s tackled slalom at Camp Fortune, in Chelsea, Que. on Feb. 22. This was followed up by the U14s racing at Mount StLouis Moonstone near Bar-

rie, Ont. for the U14 Alpine Provincials as part of the Ontario Winter Games Feb. 28 to March 2. Not to be outdone, the U10s travelled to Vorlage in Wakefield, Que. on March 1 for a kombi. All of these races capped off a busy season, as the athletes prepare to compete in the season championships. In the U10 kombi, Wyatt Campbell-Brunke (Renfrew) was once again undefeated. Noah Matthews (Calabogie) turned in a couple of good runs

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to come seventh, and Thys Blok (White Lake) pulled off his season’s best with his first Top 10 result – eighth. Riley Cotter (Ottawa) powered his way to 23rd. Louise Stonham (Arnprior) finished seventh, and Tori Cotter (Ottawa) was just outside, in 13th place. Nicole Duff (Pembroke) finished in 21st place. The U12 kombi turned into a stars-on-ice performance – with plenty of thrills and spills. Sam Alexander (Carp) knifed through the ice for vic-

tory. Wesley Matthews (Calabogie) slid out on the sheer course but hung on and managed to finish 18th despite two falls. Aidan Maclean (Manotick) and Ryan Geddie (Kanata) also hung in there, finishing 20th and 26th, as did Tess Schreider (Kingston) in 24th. But the slippery course claimed James Gaffney (Deep River), Carson Lefebvre (Calabogie), Jeremy Van Grunsven (Odessa), and Luke Hansen (Renfrew) as its victims. The U14s capped off their


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hind in fifth. Alyssa Steggall (Stittsville), Emma Schreider (Kingston), and Jessica Earle (Greely) put together good races, coming in 25th, 26th, and 36th. Alexa Loudiadis (Ottawa) was sitting in first after the initial run but crashed on the second. The U14s travelled to Mount St-Louis Moonstone in Coldwater, Ont. for the U14 provincials Feb. 28 to March 2. Sam Duff nailed his races, placing first in the slalom and third overall. Other Top 20 finishers included Jack Alexander, Alexa Loudiadis, Sophia Tan and Lauren Campbell-Brunke. Next up for our busy racers are regional championship races over the March break. The Calabogie club is hosting the U16 Alpine Provincials, which brings together Ontario’s finest and fastest ski racers, March 12 to March 15.


Calabogie racers rake in rewards

Mont Ste. Marie Speed Camp held on Feb. 22 with a grand slalom race. Sam Duff (Pembroke) flew to first, with Jack Alexander (Carp) close behind in fourth. Tyler Lefebvre (Calabogie) laid down two speedy runs for 14th, and Connor Allen (Manotick) was 18th. Liam Maclean (Manotick), Jack Hamilton (Burnstown), and Aiden Keuninckx (Perth) carved into 29th, 37th, and 41st. Owen Barr (Carp) and Sean Swayze (Arnprior) each completed one solid run but crashed on the other. The girls saw podium action too. Sophia Tan (Kanata) flew down the hill and landed in third, with Lauren CampbellBrunke (Renfrew) right be-


Kanata Kourier-Standard March 20, 2014


Kanata Kourier-Standard March 20, 2014