North Salem/John Jay Sweeps Ski Meet

Ashley Binette, a freshman at North Salem, competes in a meet last Friday.T Credits: Tabitha Pearson Marshall

NORTH SALEM, N.Y.-North Salem/John Jay’s boys and girls ski teams both placed first at a meet at Thunder Ridge Ski Resort on Friday, Feb. 9.

The boys team finished with an overall time of 159.73, defeating second-place Scarsdale by over 10 seconds.

The top four finishers in the giant slalom were all members of the North Salem/John Jay team with Tyler Reinke taking top honors with his best time of 30.59.

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Luke Devey was second (31.49), Thor Adamec took third (31.79) and Christian Kappes was fourth (32.05). John Emerson wasn’t too far behind in eighth (33.81).

For the girls, the team totaled a time of 145.58, defeating second-place Fox Lane (151.1).

Ashley Binette was the top finisher for the girls, placing third (27.45). Kristin Wolfe was right behind her in fourth (27.47). Samantha Splier finished seventh (27.87) and Rowan Bennett took 15th (29.95).


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