Warrior skiers win again in Fort Kent
FORT KENT, Maine — The Fort Kent Community High School boys and girls ski teams took first place in both the morning and afternoon races during an Alpine ski meet at Lonesome Pine Trails in Fort Kent on Saturday, Feb. 2.
The Warriors competed in slalom and giant slalom races against teams from Central Aroostook, Presque Isle and Caribou.
The Caribou Vikings boys team took second in all of the races. The Presque Isle girls team was second in all races as well, with the exception of the afternoon slalom, during which they placed third and Caribou took second.
In the boys first morning giant slalom race, Warrior Bryce Madore topped the leaderboard with a 1:45.96 finish between two course runs, followed by his teammate Ian Levesque with a time of 1:46.86. Tiernan Barbosa of Caribou finished in third, 1:47.86.
Madore also topped the second morning giant slalom, 1:44.22, followed by Barbosa, 1:45.16 and Warrior Carson Theriault, with a time of 1:47.58.
Warriors Sylvie Guimond and Riley Sibley tied for first in the girls first morning giant slalom, with a time of 1:51.14. Fort Kent’s Kailee Guimond, with a time of 1:51.25, rounded out the top three. Sibley also took first place in the second giant slalom of the morning with a time of 1:49.53. Kailee Guimond came in second at 1:51.45 and Alexis Lovley placed third at 1:51.66
In the boys afternoon slalom, Madore again came up the winner with a time of 1:19.97. Warriors Austin Plourde, 1:20.98, and Griffin Sibley, 1:23.03, rounded out the top three.
Riley Sibley also won the girls afternoon slalom, finishing with a time of 1:24.66. Lyndsay Ouellette, 1:24.80, and Kailee Guimond, 1:28.47, placed second and third, respectively.