Salmo played host to more than 160 racers as the Nancy Greene zone finals took place.

Salmo hosts zone finals

More than 160 racers participated in slalom and giant-slalom races that were set out by the Salmo coaches.

On a rotation basis, the West-Kootenay ski teams from Nelson, Grand-Forks, Rossland, Nakusp and Salmo host the Nancy Greene zone finals.

This year it was Salmo that  organized the zone finals at their local ski hill.

With lots of help from the Salmo ski hill, visiting clubs and their own team of volunteer parents, the Salmo Snow Ghosts entertained over 160 racers from its West Kootenay region.

They all participated in slalom and giant-slalom races that were set out by the Salmo coaches.

The individual race results from the event were:




U-10 Girls:

1) Lucy Leishman

2) Serene Schiewe

3) Cedar Cameron-Harding


U-10 Boys

1) Foster Katchen

2) Johnny Ekinci

3) Chase Eagleton


U-12 Girls

1) Zarah Murray

2) Sophie Hickson

3) Zoe Zinselmeyer


U-12 Boys

1) Henry Leishman

2) Troy Bellman

3) Yale Oosthuizen


U-14 Girls

1) Chelsea Ginther

2) Mckenzie Vayro

3) Finnley Pitcairn


U-14 Boys

1) Yashuah Poitras

2) Justen Smuland




U-10 Girls

1) Lucy Leishman

2) Cedar Cameron-Harding

3) Isabella Vockeroth-Harding


U-10 Boys

1) Chase Eagleton

2) Foster Katchen

3) Radek Krample


U-12 Girls

1) Aliza Jones

2) Zarah Murray

3) Sophie Hickson


U-12 Boys

1) Troy Bellman

2) Henry Leishman

3) Yael Oosthuizen


U-14 Girls

1) Mckenzie Vayro

2) Jenelle Nimmo

3) Chelsea Ginther


U-14 Boys

1) Yashuah Poitras

2) Justen Smuland


The zone finals were the final event for the Nancy Green League this year. Some racers will still attend the provincial finals in Kamloops and/or the zone finals at Whitewater.

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