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home : sports : sports April 29, 2016

1/10/2013 9:53:00 AM
Chisago Lakes takes matching first places

Northwest Suburban Conference Meet Nobody in the Northwest Suburban Conference can seem to get a handle on the Chisago Lakes alpine ski teams at the moment. Both boys and girls’ teams took home first place wins in a conference meet at Trollhaugen last week, and it really wasn’t even close. On the boys side, the ‘Cats rode an unbelievable wave of runs from Jake Sandgren, Tanner Rivard and Anders Brown to a near 100 point win. The trio finished in two-three-four in the event, with Sandgren clocking a 53.41 combined time, Rivard coming in with a 55.29 and Brown coming in with a 55.63. Other impressive runs came from Hunter Haas, who finished in 10th place with a combined time of 57.68 seconds, John Frischmon, who finished in 13th place with a combined time of 59.44 seconds and Casey Bennett, who clock in at 1:00.13 in 18th place. Miles Turk registered the last varsity score for the ‘Cats, finishing in 23rd place with a time of 1:02.79. The Wildcats accumulated 634 team points with those finishes, which left them 97 points clear of second place Centennial. Girls The girls didn’t quite dash away with their meet like the boys, but they still got a victory out of their talented skiers. Liz Frischmon set the tone for the Wildcats, finishing in fifth place overall with a combined time of 59.41 seconds, the only CL girls skier to come in under one minute. Ashley Angel wasn’t far behind though -- she finished in 1:02.96 in ninth place, earning 72 points for CL. Hannah Janzig and Annalise Parks then finished back-to-back in 16th and 17th place. Lauren Peltier, Claire Eikens and Alicia Sandberg rounded out the varsity scores for CL in 21st, 23rd and 32nd place, respectively. In the team standings, Chisago Lakes tallied 444 points for the win while Andover came in second place with 390 points. The ‘Cats suit up for another NWSC meet at Trollhaugen on Thursday, Jan. 17. If they can keep up their roll, both the girls and boys will be favored to take home another crown from the big Northwest schools.

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