Vail/Beaver Creek Buddy Werner team sweeps states
Vail, CO Colorado
VAIL, Colorado ” The Vail /Beaver Creek Buddy Werner Team dominated the state championships at Powderhorn last month.
Thirty racers qualified and the team won the state title with more than 400 team points. The second-place team followed with a little over 100 points.
The Buddy Werner team competed in two giant slalom races from J3s-J6s in the girls and boys division.
Alli O’Brien (two firsts)
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Anna Tedstrom (fourth and second)
Molly Childers (two thirds)
Natalie Landin (second and fourth)
Rosie Davies (sixth and fifth)
Lindsay Huttrer took (seventh and sixth)
Megan Muehlethaler (eighth and seventh)
Samantha Hancock (fifth in first race)
Zach Linder (second and first)
Jay Dostal (first and second)
Brett Murbach (third and fourth)
Steven Siefers (fourth and third)
Mitchell Valis (fifth twice)
Emily Cope (two firsts)
Delaney Patterson (two seconds)
Megan Asmussen placed (second in first race)
Jason Jacobs (two firsts)
Robby Gruber (two second)
Matt Genelin (fifth and fourth)
Abby Davidson (first and second)
Emily Jacobs (two thirds)
Rachel Jacobs (sixth and seventh)
Zoe Braun (fourth in second race)
Taylor Staughton (two firsts)
Robby Gruber (second and third)
Patrick Ottley (fourth and second)
Sylka Snyder (third and fifth)
Brynn Mehan (two sevenths)
Kellen Kinsella (third and seventh)
Zane Reynolds (sixth and fifth)
The Buddy Werner League celebrated its 40th year in Beaver Creek. BWL is very proud of being the largest volunteer program in the valley. Everyone involved with the BWL including coaches, are volunteers dedicated to providing a recreational ski program with an emphasis on racing. It serves all-mountain skiers to expert-level skiers. This past season, the BWL coached 250 skiers from second-eighth grade.
Mike Haselhorst, who has been involved with the BWL for the past 24 years, expresses his sincere appreciation to all the sponsors and volunteers that generously give of their time. Without all these special people, the BWL could not survive.