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Local skiers compete at Ski Ward

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer

Shrewsbury’s Sydney Murner carves a turn around a gate.

Shrewsbury – A number of areas high schools competed in fourth meet of this season’s Central Mass Conference Ski League, held at Ski Ward Feb.  2.

The Westborough (648 points) boys edged out St. John’s (647 points) to take first place, although St. John’s still holds s slim 2563-2559 lead over Westborough for the season.

Algonquin finished 8th (431 points) and Westborough finished 9th (393 points).

Westborough’s Dylan Connors and Shrewsbury’s Chris Simon tied for second place (49.58), while St. John’s Kevin Sweeney (49.80) placed fourth and Westborough’s Ries Scerbin placed fifth.

The Algonquin girls continue to dominate, taking first place with 472 points, while Shrewsbury (441 points) took second and Westborough (382 points) third.  Algonquin also holds a 105 point lead over Shrewsbury on the season.

Shrewsbury’s Sydney Murner (54.23) took first place, and the Algonquin trio of Shelby Morrison (56.28), Meghan Nelligan (56.68) and Kaleigh Reynolds (57.00) finished third, fourth and fifth.

Algonquin’s Meghan Nelligan races around a gate.

Westborough’s Ries Scerbin clears a gate during a meet at Ski Ward.

St. John’s Kevin Sweeney heads downhill at Ski Ward.

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