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Fort Kent dominates in Mars Hill ski meet

MARS HILL, Maine — Fort Kent High School dominated a ski meet held at the Bigrock Mountain Ski Area Saturday, beating out close-competitor Caribou as well as Presque Isle and Central Aroostook.

 

Fort Kent won all four matches of the day, commanding both the boys and girls competitions. Caribou was not far behind, coming within 15 points or less of Fort Kent in three of the four races. The Vikings finished second in all four events.

Central Aroostook, only competing in the boys events, came in third in both meets. Presque Isle came in last in all four bouts. 

Fort Kent won a narrow victory over Caribou in the girls morning Giant Slalom. Gathering 788 points, the Warriors beat Caribou by just 13 points. Presque Isle High School did not have a team score because it only put three out of the four required players on the slopes. 

Fort Kent’s Lyndsay Ouellette led all skiers with 200 points. Caribou’s Edie Shea came in a close second with 199 points, while Fort Kent’s Riley Sibley was third with 198 points. Izabelle Higgins was the top performer on Presque Isle, scoring 197 points.

Fort Kent won the boys morning Giant Slalom with 788 points, again edging out Caribou, who had 779. Central Aroostook came in third with 742 points, while Presque Isle had 732. 

Top performances were by Carson Theriault of Fort Kent, who had 200 points. Tiernan Barbosa of Caribou had 199, while Fort Kent’s Griffin Sibley came in third at 198. Grayson McKenney was the top performer for Central Aroostook, with 196 points, while Riley Roderick led Presque Isle with 192.

Fort Kent also won big in the girls afternoon slalom, hitting 794 points to second-place Caribou’s 759. Presque Isle did not score as a team.

Fort Kent players dominated this meet, having the seven top performances of all schools. Riley Sibley had 200 points, Kailee Guimond 199 points and Ouellette 198 points. 

The top performer for Caribou was Macy Wakem, with 193 points. Higgins led Presque Isle with 189 points.

Fort Kent also won the boys afternoon slalom, the most competitive meet of the day for all involved teams. Fort Kent scored 787 points, Caribou had 772, Central Aroostook 764 and Presque Isle 749. 

The top three performers in the meet were Fort Kent players: Griffin Sibley with a 200 point result, Colby Theriault with 199 points and Devin Gagnon with 198. 

The top performer for Central Aroostook was McKenney, with 197 points. For Caribou, Barbosa had a combined run of 196 points. Roderick again led Presque Isle with 195 points.

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