Alpine Ski: Addie Loomis earns second consecutive first place finish 

  • Mohawk Trail’s Addie Loomis competes in the giant slalom with a 1st place finish time of 26.62 seconds Thursday night at Berkshire East in Charlemont. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Mohawk Trail’s Emily Sisum competes in the giant slalom with a 3rd place finish time of 27.02 on Thursday night at Berkshire East in Charlemont. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Mohawk Trail’s Liam Green competes in the slalom with a 7th place finish time of 37.36 on Thursday night at Berkshire East in Charlemont. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

  • Mohawk’s Liam Green competes in the slalom with a 7th place finish time of 37.36 on Thursday night at Berkshire East in Charlemont. PHOTO BY DAN LITTLE

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Published: 1/20/2022 9:41:57 PM
Modified: 1/20/2022 9:40:52 PM

Mohawk Trail’s Addie Loomis is racking up the wins on the mountain. 

Loomis tallied her second straight PVIAC alpine ski win on Thursday at Berkshire East in Charlemont, taking first overall with a time of 26.62 seconds as the girls competed on the giant slalom course.

Two other Warriors placed in the top 10, with Emmy Sisum taking third (27.02) and Ellie Pinkham placing 10th (28.24). Sofiya Slocik-Gritzner took 18th (29.20) and Caroline Makosiej finished 22nd (30.81), rounding out the Mohawk Trail girls in the top 25. 

Cali Price (35th), Myah Grant (45th), Ohia Dellert (50th) and Adrian Grant (60th) also completed the GS course for the Warriors.

On the boys side, seven different Mohawk Trail racers placed in the top 25 on the slalom course. Liam Green took seventh (37.36) to lead the way, followed by Wyatt Sisum (15th, 40.75), Phineas Tuttman (18th,  41.89), Ben Makosiej (19th, 41.96), Alex Schreiber (20th, 42.08), Gage Patenaude (22nd, 44.16) and Oliver Johnson (24th, 45.66) in what was an impressive day for the Warriors.

“I sometimes have trouble finishing, I crash a lot,” Green offered. “So I'm just very glad that I had a good consistent run and I finished and I fought through the difficulties in the run, and I had fun and that's really all that matters.”

Grady Patenaude (40th), Weston Den Ouden (42nd) and Mohamed Abdelgawad (88th) also finished the slalom course for Mohawk Trail.


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