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- KMS’s Ryan Znamierowski takes silver at Am-Can Championships at Sugarloaf Resort; Piper Jenne Skis to second at Middlebury
With the championship season well underway, Killington Mountain
School student-athletes are rounding out their season with podium
finishes at regional events. Ryan Znamierowski, of Richmond, took
silver at the U16 Am-Cam Championships in Maine, while
Bridgewater's Pipe Jenne finished second at the George Tormey Giant
Slalom race at Middlebury.
Many local athletes also saw top-10 results at the Matt Harnett
Memorial Dual Slalom on Sunday at Killington, an event honoring the
memory of long-time Killington Mountain School weekend coach Matt
Harnett, who passed away last November.
On Thursday, Znamierowski skied to a first-place finish in his
second run in slalom competition at Sugarloaf Resort to take second
place overall with a combined time of 1:28.61. On Friday he skied
to an eighth-place finish in Super-G and rounded out his weekend in
18th in giant slalom on Saturday. The Am-Can Championships is an
invitation-only event with the top skiers in the age category from
the United States and Canada competing.
Jenne also skied to a second-place overall finish on Saturday at
Middlebury, with two top-two runs for a combined time of
At the Matt Harnett Memorial Dual Slalom, the U14 boys swept the
podium with Bobby Ryan in first with a total time of 40.70 followed
by Paul Ferri in second (41.22) and Andrew Desino in third (42.87).
Dan Schwartz finished in fifth (43.21). Izzy Nolan took top honors
with teammate Felicia Ayer in third and Tory Dobyns in fifth for
To learn more about alpine, snowboard, freestyle, and freeride
training and opportunities, visit www.killingtonmountainschool.org
or call 802-422-KMS1.