Two Weed Cougar snowboard racers are All-State
Weed High School snowboard racers Giordan Stenmark and Brian Quigley both earned All-State honors for their top 10 finishes at the 2015 California Nevada Interscholastic Ski and Snowboard Federation championships Monday and Tuesday at Mammoth Mountain.
Stenmark placed 3rd in the girls slalom, 4th in giant slalom and 4th on the All-State team with 235 points.
Quigley was 8th on the boys All-State team after 9th place finishes in both slalom and giant slalom and 224 points.
The Weed boys snowboard team, with contributions from Quigley, Spenser Stenmark and Kyle Matheson, placed 11th in a CNISSF field of 29 schools.
Mount Shasta’s boys and girls teams both placed 15th in the team standings, and Weed’s girls team (which included only Giordan Stenmark) placed 17th.
In the combined boys and girls team results, Weed placed 15th and Mount Shasta was 17th.
Mount Shasta’s boys team featured Jesse Locker, Caelen McCormick and Dylan Kennedy.
Trinity Locker-Cameron and Emilia Crockett Del Aguila competed for Mount Shasta’s girls team.
Crockett Del Aguila had a 16th place finish in Tuesday’s slalom. Locker-Cameron placed 28th in slalom and 41st in GS.
Giordan Stenmark was 4th in GS in 94.84 and 3rd in slalom in 80.52.
Fleur Connolly of Mammoth High School won both races by a wide margin. Her winning times were 74.09 in slalom and 85.33 in GS.
For the Mount Shasta girls, Emilia Crockett Del Aguila placed 16th in slalom in 97.68. Trinity Locker-Cameron was 28th in slalom in 118.00 and 41st in GS in 144.10.
For the Weed boys in Monday’s GS race, Brian Quigley was 9th in 92.02, Spenser Stenmark 37th in 103.88 and Kyle Matheson 53rd in 111.99.
In slalom, Quigley placed 9th in 79.27, Stenmark 31st in 88.05, Matheson 58th in 99.17.
For the Mount Shasta boys, Dylan Kennedy was 33rd in GS in 101.75 and 71st in slalom in 114.38; Jesse Locker was 43rd in GS in 106.98 and 35th in slalom in 90.87; Caelen McCormick was 63rd in GS in 114.98 and 61st in slalom in 101.44.
The top boys snowboard racers were from Tahoe Truckee. Quinntin Butler won the GS in 81.81 and Ryan Murphy won the slalom in 67.00.