Team Breck moguls skiers wrap up season |

Team Breck moguls skiers wrap up season

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The competition season ended Saturday for the Team Breckenridge moguls squad – but not without a few more impressive finishes.

The team competed at Winter Park’s Spring Cool Down and came back to Summit County with a haul of hardware.

J2-level skier Alisha Scheifley won her age category in single moguls and finished in 10th place in the overall women’s field.

Lindsey Eckhoff was second in the J4 singles competition and was ninth in the dual moguls competition on Sunday. Eckhoff won her first dual match, but lost to Mikaela Matthews, a U.S. Ski Team member from Frisco, in the second round. Eckhoff ended up ninth.

On the boys’ side, Team Breck’s Dylan Walczyk debuted a new trick – a cork 720 – to help him finish sixth overall and second in his J2 age class. Team Breck coach John Dowling said the new trick for Walczyk not only gives him a higher degree of difficulty in his run but “adds a nice challenge as he finishes the season and looks forward to next year.”

Bruce Perry Jr. was second in the J3 competition, and Sean Scanlan was 19th overall.

Alex DeBonville was 37th and Gabe Johnson finished in 46th.

Although the team is done with competitions for the winter, Team Breck will host a spring camp at Arapahoe Basin from May 8-16. The camp will feature three U.S. Olympic Team skiers as instructors: current World Cup champ Pat Deneen and World Cup gold medalist Heather McPhie and Eliza Outtrim.

Registration for the camp is still open, and anyone interested in signing up should contact Dowling at (970) 390-6471 or at

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