Results from the Steamboat Classic Nordic races on Jan. |

Results from the Steamboat Classic Nordic races on Jan.

Summit High's Will Lewis competes in the Steamboat Classic Nordic races, held at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center on Jan. 30.
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A series of high school and middle school Nordic races, held at the Steamboat Ski Touring Center on Jan. 30. The event drew more than 180 male and female high school skiers for two 5K classic races, along with nearly 100 combined middle school skiers for a 3K classic course. The Summit HS team was missing several top athletes due to a Junior National super qualifier at Soldier Hollow, Utah. The next Nordic race for scholastic athletes is a duathlon on Feb. 6 at Cordillera, hosted by Eagle Valley High School.

High school team standings, girls (points)

1. Battle Mountain High School, 162

2. Lake County High School, 159

3. Steamboat High School, 156

9. Summit High School, 107

High school team standings, boys (points)

1. Middle Park High School, 171

2. Battle Mountain High School, 162

3. Steamboat High School, 150

3. Colorado Rocky Mountain School, 150

9. Summit High School, 101

5K classic overall, HS girls (92 total)

1. Harper Powell, Lake County — 20:46

2. Logan McNamee, Aspen — 20:50.4

3. Natalie Bohlmann, Steamboat — 21:17.9

5K classic overall, HS boys (92 total)

1. Theo Loo, Middle Park — 17:13.4

2. Franklin Reilly, Battle Mountain — 17:30.4

3. Henry Nadell, CRMS — 17:49.6

36. Logan Ramsay, Summit — 22:09.4

3K classic overall, girls (40 total)

1. Tai-Lee Smith, Summit — 11:17.6

2. Opal Koning, Summit — 11:33.1

3. Anna Confer, Summit — 11:33.3

3K classic overall, boys (54 total)

1. Quinn Weinberger, Summit — 10:32.3

2. Jack Tracy — 11:05.3

3. Wylam Mocatta, Summit — 11:45.9

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