Granby " Middle Park High School skier Burrows takes first in Loveland race |

Granby " Middle Park High School skier Burrows takes first in Loveland race

Grand County, Colorado
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Middle Park High’s Khyla Burrows won first place at the Colorado High School Activities Association Alpine girls slalom race at Loveland Dec. 19.

Sixty girls competed in the race.

Her first run was 45.83; second, 47.14; and her combined time was 1:32.97.

Second place was Evergreen High’s Keeli Zigich with a combined time of 1:40.43; and in third was Summit High’s Meigan Canfield with a combined time of 1:42.65.

Middle Park’s Taylor Grauer had a 51.96 and 54.18 on her two runs, and a combined time of 1:46.14 for ninth place. In 18th place was Brenna Dee, her times were 1:01.2 and 56.87; with a combined time of 1.58.07. Hannah Davidson came in 37th place; her two timed runs of 1:09.28 and 1:08.91 gave her a combined time of 2:18.19.

Suzannah Mikol had a 1:25.73 and 1:13.13 on her two runs to total 2:38.86 and give her 46th place.

Evergreen High had 169 points; Summit High, 165; Middle Park High, 161; Nederland High, 158; Clear Creak High, 135; and Platte Canyon High, 135.

Boys race

Middle Park High School’s Jake Charland won second place at the Colorado High School Activities Association Alpine boys slalom race at Loveland on Dec. 19.

Charland had a time of 47.79 seconds for his first run, and 47.76 on his second run with a combined time of 1:35.55. Hunter Black from Summit High earned first place with a combined time of 1:27.35; and Platte Canyon High’s Will Cutler had a time of 1:36.01.

The race had 59 participants.

Middle Park High’s Hans Berggren came in seventh place. His first run was 50.15; second, 52.54, and his combined time was 1:42.69.

Evergreen High had 168 points; Summit High, 160; Nederland High, 153; Platte Canyon High, 151; Clear Creak High, 139; and Middle Park High, 113.

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