Dotty Clark

Dotty Clark

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The Ski and Snowboard Team, placed third in the Large School Division competition against 15 schools at the Dotty Clark Championships on Feb. 17th.

   Capital also qualified 55 racers in the Ski and Snowboard Slalom and Freestyle events. Junior Chris Hullar won the Expert Men’s Snowboard Division and received a gold medal and a $700 snowboard.

   “I didn’t really expect to win. It actually surprised me but it was very rewarding,” Hullar said.

   Senior Avenel Rolfsen also made it to the podium and received a bronze in the Expert Women’s Intermediate Ski Division.

   Other winners of the Dotty Clark Championships were: senior Kelly Mooney placed fifth in the Men’s Expert Snowboard Division, Kylie Touchstone placed fifth in the Women’s Intermediate Snowboard Division, and junior Alex Betts placed fourth in the Men’s Expert Ski Division.

   After a great Dotty Clark Championship race, the Ski and Snowboard team traveled to Powder Mountain in Utah on Feb. 17-19.

   Thirty-eight team members and 10 adults went on the trip and where they saw eight inches of snow dumped Saturday night.

   “With the eight inches we received, it made Sunday’s conditions spectacular,” Team Advisor Ray Wilmot said.

   Wilmot also said, “Almost everyone did some cat skiing and went out of bounds into Powder Country.”


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Death's New Assistent
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