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HHCCSS Holds Team Lead after White Pine

Fri, Feb  13, 2009 - By Ed Anderson

When factoring in the White Pine Stampede freestyle race, Hanson Hills/Cross Country Ski Shop holds their overall lead in the team standings over 2nd & 3rd ranked GRNST and NSR.   Unfortunately, the classic race wasn't included in the scoring due to the small number of Mi Cup Team skiers in the race (2 women & 11 men). The infamous 15 "wrong way" skiers were not included in the freestyle scoring
 
With 9 races down and 6 more to go (5 races and the final relay race) , HH/CCSS leads the overall team standings as well as each of the Divisions.  GRNST & NSR are 2nd & 3rd separated by a single point at 231 and 230 points respectively. SS & TNSC are 4th and 5th, also separated by a single point at 203 and  202 points respectively.  CCSH has a bit more work to do to catch the pack with 181 points, but could do it with a strong finish in the remaining 6 races. 
 
Just a reminder that this scoring system is for demonstration purposes only and does not replace the indivual scoring sytem that Ken Dawson does. After the season we can decide if this is something we want to conitnue and, if we do, what changes we should consider to help create more excitment at the races. 

Complete results here (PDF). Summary below:

 

 

Overall Team Results

 

Division Results

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

YEAR TO DATE (after 9 races)

               

 

 

 

 

                       

 

 

 

Overall

Pts

   

Men < 50

Pts

   

Men >= 50

Pts

   

Women

Pts

 

1st

HH/CCSS

313

 

1st

HH/CCSS

114

 

1st

HH/CCSS

104

 

1st

HH/CCSS

95

 

2nd

GRNST

231

 

2nd

GRNST

94

 

2nd

NSR

88

 

2nd

SS

92

 

3rd

NSR

230

 

3rd

TNSC

67

 

3rd

GRNST

74

 

3rd

NSR

78

 

4th

SS

203

 

4th

CCSH

66

 

4th

SS

65

 

3rd

TNSC

78

 

5th

TNSC

202

 

5th

NSR

64

 

5th

CCSH

61

 

5th

GRNST

63

 

6th

CCSH

181

 

6th

SS

46

 

6th

TNSC

57

 

6th

CCSH

54

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Please direct questions or suggestions to Ed Anderson (esanordicxc@yahoo.com).