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Larsen, Harris, Zutter, Orr have strong races

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From page A6 | March 06, 2013 |

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EL DORADO'S Katie Harris rounds a gate on her way to sixth place in Monday's Giant Slalom race. Photo by Mike MacAllister, Mt. Shasta

MT. SHASTA — South I Division snowboarders had a total of four racers finish in the top 10 after a day and a half of competition at the California Interscholastic Ski and Snowboard Federation State Championships at Mt. Shasta.

Two boarders, Ponderosa’s Monica Zutter and El Dorado’s Katie Harris, made it both days for their strong showing in Monday’s Giant Slalom and Tuesday’s slalom. Zutter was seventh best Tuesday and crossed ninth Monday while Harris grabbed sixth place Monday and was 10th Tuesday.

Oak Ridge’s Zachary Larsen had the best finish with a fourth in Monday’s GS. Cougar Madison Orr was eighth in Monday’s race. Larsen also had a sixth place finish at yesterday’s slalom to cement a high place on the All State team.

Below are just the results for Monday’s race. Tuesday’s slalom results will run in a future Democrat.

Girls snowboard 
6-Katie Harris, ED, 52.94/59.74-1:52.68; 8-Madison Orr, ED, 54.25/1:00.83-1:55.08; 9-Monica Zutter, PO, 55.92/59.96-1:55.88; 32-Savannah Freudenberg, OR, 1:02.09/1:06.69-2:08.78; 39-Torianna Green, PO, 1:04.48/1:07.77-2:12.25; 43-Taylor Caldwell, ED, 1:07.27/1:07.95-2:15.22; 58-Stacy Hayhurst, UM, 1:27.30/1:13.31-2:40.61; 60-Tori Castaneda, PO, 1:17.51/1:26.25-2:43.76; 61-Haley Krueger, OR, 1:31.13/1:32.03-3:03.16; 62-Abbi Duffy, ED, 1:00.43/2:11.22-3:11.65; 63-Katelynn Sommers, OR, 2:37.24/2:56.26-5:33.50.

Boys snowboard
4-Zachary Larsen, OR, 48.88/56.90-1:45.78; 21-Quincy Blackwell, ED, 55.46/57.87-1:53.33; 22-Brian Williams, UM, 52.04/1:01.34-1:53.38; 23-Davis Alexander, UM, 53.60/1:00.25-1:53.85; 24-Oliver Verblerose, UM, 54.82/59.46-1:54.28; 26-Reed January, PO, 52.29/1:02.96-1:55.25; 34-Jonas Rogers, ED, 58.65/58.65-1:57.30; 36-Ethan Fox, ED, 52.90/1:04.57-1:57.47; 37-Tyler Peeters, ED, 55.95/1:01.77-1:57.72; 44-Tyler Daynes, OR, 56.66/1:02.77-1:59.43; 47-Charlie Plamondon, ED, 57.50/1:05.07-2:02.57. 50-Jared Hunter, PO, 1:00.08/1:03.23-2:03.31; 60-John Behman, PO, 1:02.70/1:05.78-2:08.48; 66-Jacob Hunter, PO, 1:00.43/1:12.59-2:13.02; 68-Charles Simpson, UM, 1:04.36/1:09.28-2:13.64; 74-Talon Green, PO, 1:06.37/1:11-2:17.59; 75-Kyle Maxwell, OR, 1:10.09/1:08.20-2:18.29; 89-Ian Janoska, ED, 1:17.72/DNS.

Codes: ED-El Dorado, OR-Oak Ridge, PO-Ponderosa, UM-Union Mine. 

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