Warriors sweep top spots at Bigrock alpine ski meet

MARS HILL, Maine — The Fort Kent Warriors dominated the slopes of Bigrock at Thursday’s alpine slalom meet, which included schools from Presque Isle, Caribou and Mars Hill.

Fort Kent’s Lindsay Ouellette posted the day’s fasted girls combined time in the morning race, with a 1:25.58. Teammates Alisha Guimond (1:27.53) and Riley Sibley (1:28.92) were not far behind, finishing second and third, respectively.

The top finisher for Caribou in the morning was Hope Shea (6) and Presque Isle’s top skier in the first race was Grace Bemis (11).

The Warrior girls easily finished atop the team standings with 10 points. Caribou (41) was second and Presque Isle (58) finished third in the morning race.

The Fort Kent girls swept the top seven places in the second slalom race. This time Guimond (1:28.96) finished first, followed by Ouellette, then Sibley.

Shea (8) and Bemis (10) were once gain the top skiers for their schools.

The Warrior girls team also finished first in the second race, followed by Caribou then Presque Isle.

Fort Kent’s Bryce Madore skied his way to first place in both the early and last slalom races on Thursday.

His morning combined time of 1:20.21 was the fastest on the day. Fellow Warrior Austin Plourde (1:20.84) was less than a second behind. Carson Theriault’s third place finish rounded out the Warrior top-three sweep.

Kyler Caron (6) was Presque Isle’s top skier in the morning. Central Aroostook’s best finish was Taylor Campbell’s seventh place. Caribou’s top skier was Scott Bray (8).

The Fort Kent boys team (10) came in first in the morning. Caribou and Presque Isle tied for second place, with 56 points each. Central Aroostook finished third.

Madore’s combined 1:22.31 was more than enough to take first place in the late slalom race.

Teammate Colby Theriault (1:29.14) jumped ahead from his fourth place finish in the morning race to take second place. Fort Kent’s Carson Theriault came in third.

Lane Grass (6) was the top Central Aroostook skier in the late race. Presque Isles’ best finish was turned in by Riley Roderick (10) and Caribou’s top finisher was Aiden Plante (12)

Once again the Warriors boys came out on top of the team standings in the late race. Central was second, followed by Caribou and then Presque Isle.

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