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February 12. 2014 10:12PM

Lin-Wood girls win Division IV Alpine crown

Lin-Wood of Lincoln edged out Profile of Bethlehem 762-738 for the 2014 NHIAA Division IV Girls Alpine Championships at Cannon Mountain Wednesday. Hopkinton was third with 692.5 points. Pearce Bourassa of Lin-Wood won the giant slalom and Meg Hemmerlein of Hopkinton was a winner in the slalom race.

Team results: 1. Lin-Wood 762; 2. Profile 738; 3. Hopkinton 692.5; 4. Derryfield 690; 5. Woodsville 663.5; 6. Gorham 633; 7. Sunapee 623; 8. Littleton 604; 9. Moultonborough 138

Slalom results: 1. Meg Hemmerlein, Hopkinton, 81.29; 2. Cameron Huftalen, Derryfield, 83.04; 3. Pearce Bourassa, Lin-Wood, 84.30; 4. Karragen Boyle, Lin-Wood, 85.52; 5. Sarah Blampied, Profile, 86.15; 6. Sydney Caulder, Lin-Wood, 87.7; 7. Erica Seely, Profile, 88; 8. Melissa Irwin, Hopkinton, 90.55; 9. Carolyn Berlack, Profile, 91.85; 10. Natalie Harmon, Gorham, 92.44; 11. Madison Opalinski, Profile, 92.45; 12. Kristy Sullivan, Sunapee, 94.13; 13. Louisa Noble, Woodsville, 94.39; 14. Ireland Tawney, Hopkinton, 94.39; 15. Andie Ormiston, Derryfield, 95.67; 16. Madison Savoy, Lin-Wood, 95.74; 17. Miranda Shilling, Derryfield, 95.92; 18. Dakema Welch, Lin-Wood, 96.72; 19. Julia Bowman, Woodsville, 96.77; 20. Erika Wentz, Derryfield, 97.3

Giant slalom results: 1. Pearce Bourassa, Lin-Wood, 56.05; 2. Meg Hemmerlein, Hopkinton, 56.50; 3. Karragen Boyle, Lin-Wood, 56.84; 4. Sydney Caulder, Lin-Wood, 56.98; 5. Carolyn Berlack, Profile, 57.20; 6. Cameron Huftalen, Derryfield, 57.51; 7. Sarah Blampied, Profile, 58.01; 8. Louisa Noble, Woodsville, 59.56; 9. Abbie Sawyer, Lin-Wood, 59.61; 10. Erica Seely, Profile, 59.83; 11. Natalie Harmon, Gorham, 59.90; 12. Kristy Sullivan, Sunapee, 60.75; 13. Julia Bowman, Woodsville, 60.79; 14. Phebe Lahout, Littleton, 60.84; 15. Paige Martin, Woodsville, 61.12; 16. Isabelle Holmes, Profile, 61.29; 17. Chloe Loukes, Lin-Wood, 61.64; 18. Miranda Shilling, Derryfield, 61.69; 19. Madison Opalinski, Profile, 62.35; 20. Melissa Irwin, Hopkinton, 62.70

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