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Perfect Day for Season’s Last Race

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Thankful for Surprise Snow – Mt. Greylock 2-11-2017

Varsity Mixed Relay (Girl-Boy-Girl-Boy, Four Laps Total) Junior Varsity Mixed Relay (Girl-Boy, Two Laps Total) Junior Varsity Open  

Just Turn Sideways to Avoid the Wind – Notchview 2-4-2017

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Ski for Scholarship: Mathias J. Bartels Community Nordic Ski Race 2017

After a one-year hiatus due to lack of snow, the Mathias Jessup Bartels benefit cross-country ski race and tour returns on Sunday, February 19th, at 11:30AM at Mt. Greylock Regional High School.  In the event of limited snow coverage at Mt. Greylock, check massnordic.com for race updates. The event will feature a 6km classical race, a 2.5km race for beginners, and a lollipop race for young kids.  Skiers of all ages and abilities are welcome. Prizes will be awarded to overall and age category winners. A $15.00 donation is suggested at day of race registration. All proceeds benefit the Mathias Jessup Bartels Memorial Scholarship Fund and the Mt. Greylock Nordic Ski Team. Checks can be made out to: Mt. Greylock Regional High School – M.J. Bartels Scholarship Fund. Mathias was an outstanding young man – a scholar, athlete, and leader of his class. He was a high school junior and standout member of the Mt….

Spirits Not Hampered by Slow Snow, Warm Weather

GIRLS RACES: After opening the season with three competitions to find the best skier, this Saturday provided the setting to find the best racer. Skiing and racing can be two different things. Wave starts test your skiing ability and “guts” as you are often out on the course by yourself grinding just as hard as you dare over the 5k and finding out later how you performed against the competition. Mass starts can be a completely different beast altogether. Will you take the lead and push the tempo? Will you be able to hang on to the competition just in front of you? Racing in a mass start involves as much strategy and guile as it does technique and fortitude. Welcome back mass start racing! After graciously hosting in a generally snow-less environment last week, Mohawk Trail Regional would again be the sight of this weeks’ test. Instead of icy…

A Secret Patch of Snow

GIRLS RACE You want snow? Go to Mohawk Trail Regional School. You want great exercise? Learn to cross-country ski. You want great competition? Look no further than the Berkshire Nordic Ski League girls’ varsity races. While both of the first two races of the season resulted in an 11 second margin of victory, the third race saw four racers all within 11 seconds of each other and three within one second of the win. With Grace Smith now competing at the collegiate level, the top spots for the league appear up for grabs each week. For the second straight week, however, Brandi Gill was able to snatch the win; this week by the narrowest of margins. The freshman from Mt. Greylock started from wave two, which proved to be the most competitive wave of the day. Clarissa Pollard (MOH) and Alice Huth (LX) were matched in a wave with Gill for…

Greylock Rolls on at Wahconah

  All photos courtesy of WRHS Ski Team and SA Sears Photography The usual worries of hosting a cross country ski race were nothing for Coach Ryan Touponce of Wahconah High School. Timing, set up, and securing volunteers on race day took a back seat to snow cover. Three days and 20 hours of repeated cycles of grooming and shoveling later (not to mention hours by other volunteers) the Berkshire Ski League races were ready to roll. The setup and snow cover were fantastic and even managed to hold up under the skis of 503 total laps raced. GIRLS RACES The hard work was only just beginning, however as the Varsity girls race took off. Alice Huth (LX), Brandi Gill (MG) and Clarissa Pollard (MOH), the 2nd, 3rd, and 6th place winners from the previous week were all entered in the first wave. Huth led the trio through the opening…

BNSL – New Season, New Faces, Same Result

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Mathias Scholarship Race Postponed

Sadly, there is no snow at MG to host the Mathias Scholarship Race this Sunday. We are hoping to postpone it to a later date in March. Please stay tuned and think snow!!!

Berkshire League, Race 4

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