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February 12. 2013 11:32PM

Kennett claims 10th boys' Alpine crown in 11 years

Kennett of Conway won the Division II boys' Alpine state meet title for the 10th time in 11 years at Mount Cranmore in North Conway on Tuesday.

Also Tuesday, Profile of Bethlehem captured its second straight Division IV girls' Alpine state meet championship at Loon Mountain in Lincoln.

Cameron Huftalen of Derryfield School of Manchester won the girls' slalom (53.51) and giant slalom (55.42) titles in Lincoln. Ben Lambert of Milford (74.38) was the victor in the boys' slalom while Danny Nash (89.69) of Kennett took top honors in the boys' giant slalom in North Conway.

Division II Boys Alpine at Mount Cranmore

Slalom Results

1. Ben Lambert, Milford, 74.38; 2. Jake Remick, Kennett 74.8; 3. Evan Cooke, Hollis/Brookline 76.43; 4. Christopher Stocken, Hanover 78.11; 5. Danny Nash, Kennett 78.17; 6. Tucker Jones, Kingswood 79.17; 7. Nathan Roth, Hanover 81.48; 8. Danny MacDonald, Kennett 81.95; 9. Nate Maves-Moore, Plymouth 82.28; 10. Kyle Hodges, Plymouth, 82.42

Giant Slalom Results

1. Danny Nash, Kennett 89.69; 2. Tyler Eldridge, Kennett 90.12; 3. Ben Lambert, Milford 90.51; 4. Jake Remick, Kennett 91.6; 5. Evan Cooke, Hollis/Brookline 92.02; 6. Kurt Niiler, Kennett 92.19; 7. Ben Garner, Kennett 92.33; 8. Christoper Stocken, Hanover 92.75; 9. Liam O'Rourke, Oyster River 93.02; 10. Tucker Jones, Kingswood 93.11

Team Results

1. Kennett of Conway 766 ; 2. Hanover 719.5; 3. Plymouth 680; 4. Lebanon 635; 5. Milford 601; 6. Hollis/Brookline 598; 7. John Stark of Weare 572.5; 8. Oyster River of Durham 566; 9. Goffstown 553; 10. Kingswood of Wolfeboro 547; 11. ConVal of Peterborough 540; 12. Souhegan of Amherst 532; 13. Pembroke 434; 14. Windham 376

Division IV Girls Alpine at Loon Mountain

Slalom Results

1. Cameron Huftalen, Derryfield 53.51; 2. Meg Hemmerlein, Hopkinton 54.72; 3. Erica Seely, Profile 56.99; 4. Ava Jackson, Gorham 58.05; 5. Ireland Tawney, Hopkinton 58.12; 6. Natalie Harmon, Gorham 58.27; 7. Sarah Blampied Profile 58.67; 8. Karragen Boyle, Lin-Wood, 58.99; 9. Meg Dowling, Profile 59.16; 10. Kristy Sullivan, Sunapee 59.28

Giant Slalom Results

1. Cameron Huftalen, Derryfield 55.42; 2. Pearce Bourassa, Lin-Wood 55.93; 3. Meg Hemmerlein, Hopkinton 56.26; 4. Karragen Boyle, Lin-Wood, 56.75; 5. Ireland Tawney Hopkinton 56.81; 6. Sarah Blampied, Profile 57.25; 7. Ava Jackson, Gorham, 58.19; 8. Kate McAfee, Lin-Wood 58.46; 9. Louisa Noble, Woodsville, 58.46; 10. Meg Dowling, Profile, 58.48

Team Results

1. Profile 722; 2. Lin-Wood 707.5; 3. Hopkinton 704; 4. Gorham 682; 5. Woodsville 679.5; 6. Derryfield 650; 7. Sunapee 642; 8. Littleton 576; 9. Moultonboro 573; 10. Newport 258


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