HARBOR SPRINGS — The Harbor Springs ski teams swept a Lake Michigan Conference meet Thursday at Nub’s Nob.
The Harbor Springs boys finished with a perfect score in giant slalom en route to finishing first with 23 points. Grayling was second with 85 points, followed by Boyne City, 109; Elk Rapids-T.C. St. Francis, 130; and Charlevoix-East Jordan, 130.
On the girls side, Harbor Springs finished first with 28 points, followed by Elk Rapids-St. Francis, 84; Boyne City, 105; Grayling, 122; and Charlevoix-East Jordan, 171.
Harbor Springs’ Forrest Lundgren won the boys GS in 53.34 seconds, while Shea Furhman of Harbor won the boys slalom in 56.03. Abigail Hackman of Harbor Springs won the girls slalom in 58.14, while Elk Rapids-St. Francis’ Carlee McCardel won the GS, 53.77.
Also for the Harbor boys, Furhmam was second in GS, while Matthew Fought was second in slalom, fourth GS; Nick Mogford was third in slalom, sixth GS; John Bailey, fourth slalom, seventh GS; Lundgren, 12th slalom; Ben Keller, 21st GS, 23rd slalom.
For the Harbor girls, Rose Pellegrom was second in GS, second slalom, followed by Hackman, third GS; Tia Esposito, third slalom, fifth GS; Meg Shepherd, fifth slalom, seventh GS; Claire Cunningham, eighth GS, 17th slalom; Sadie Cwikiel, ninth slalom, and Sydney Elkins, 10th GS.
The Boyne City girls were paced by Abby Bohnet who was seventh in slalom and 14th in GS. Also for the Rambler girls, Meredith Hague was 11th in slalom, 11th GS; Mary Anderson, 15th GS, 15th slalom; Emilee Evans, 16th slalom, 19th GS; Lauren Richards, 16th GS, 21st slalom; and Kiera Long, 24th slalom, 25th GS.
Corey Bohnet led the Rambler boys as he was fifth in both slalom and GS. Also for the Boyne City boys, Max Cuper was 13th in both slalom and GS, while Kory Skop was 16th slalom, 23rd GS; John Paul Coopersmith, 17th GS, 22nd slalom; Spencer Binkley, 17th GS, 29th slalom; and Jake Knitter, 20th GS, 25th slalom.
Brandon Cardwell of Charlevoix-East Jordan was a team-best third in slalom and ninth in GS, while Erik Oshaben was 12th in GS, 10th slalom; Gabe Hawley, 20th slalom, 29th GS; Jonathon Lindfors, 21st slalom, 22nd GS; Nathan Lindfors, 24th GS, 26th slalom; and Tyler Engstrom, 27th slalom, 27th GS.
For the Charlevoix-East Jordan girls, Casey Keane was fourth in GS, 10th slalom; while Cora Taylor was 12th in slalom and 13th in GS.