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Perricone, Bryan lead the SSWSC

Melinda Mawdsley

Josh Bryan and Lisa Perricone led the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club in the second day of super-G races at Beaver Creek.

Bryan placed fifth in the men’s race, and Perricone was fourth Wednesday. On Tuesday, Perricone was second in the women’s race. No Steamboat skiers made the podium Wednesday.

Bryan is a Midwesterner training with the Winter Sports Club this winter, ability class coach Tom Davis said. Bryan placed third Tuesday.

Seven other girls placed in the top 25 for the Winter Sports Club. Heidi Hillenbrand was 11th, Tina Roberts was 12th, and Suzanne Allbright was 13th. Jenny Allen finished 17th. Lauren Letson was 20th. Madeline and Anabelle McLean were 21st and 22nd, respectively. Kathleen Lyon finished in 24th.

In addition to Bryan, Marsh Gooding placed in the top 25 for the Winter Sports Club in the boys race.

Other male finishers from Steamboat include Andrew Berglund (27th), Cory McConnell (28th), T.J. Cannon (30th), Andy White (32nd), Derek Nickum (33rd), Graham Hogrefe (44th), Palmer Nackard (49th), Dylan Roberts (50th), Hanzi Deschermeier (51st), Matthew Whiteman (54th) and Wiley Thayer (61st).

Other female finishers from Steamboat include Priska Sorensen (34th) and Tierney Heneage (35th).

Tuesday and Wednesday’s super-G races at Beaver Creek were Rocky Mountain Division races, as well as International Ski Federation point races for the ability class (15 and older). Most of the Winter Sports Club athletes will remain at Beaver Creek through the weekend to take part in downhill races Saturday and Sunday.


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