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Miner boards to first

Nevada Union snowboarder Kristen Glaze turned in a combined time of two minutes, 28.82 seconds to take ninth place overall in the Giant Slalom competition at Northstar At Tahoe Monday.

NU’s girls finished in fifth place overall with 125 points. The boys were second with 162 points.

Colfax won the combined team competition with 326 points. The Miners (287) were third.

Bear River (279) was right behind in fourth.

For NU’s girls, Allison Martin (2:32.73) was 15th; Stephanie Sexton (2:36.43) took 23rd and Allyssa Fennelly (2:36.64) was 24th.

Kami Goodrow (2:27.86) led the way for Bear River’s girls in eighth place.

Kristen Lawton (2:31.93) was 14th; Valerie Skinner (2:33.38) took 18th; Taraleigh Hoer (2:34.27) finished 19th; Hannah Ells (2:39.61) took 28th and Megan Streeter (2:57.32) was 37th.

For the NU’s boys, Doug Potter posted a combined time of 2:12.79 to take second.

Manel Machado (2:19.08) took sixth; Chris Potter (2:19.60) was ninth and Erinn Clancy (2:23.83).

Bear River’s Luke LaRash (2:19.35) finished seventh.

Leif Nielsen (2:20.21) was 11th; Jon Cosbie (2:24.30) finished 17th; Andrew Cosbie (2:25.54) took 19th; Kevin Davis (2:26.29) was 20th; Aaron Serrano (2:30.72) took 31st; John Plaggmeir (2:34.23) finished 39th and Scott Barrett (2:39.88) took 44th.

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