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JO’s: Logan and Nelson win freestyle combined titles

The 2009 Freestyle Junior Olympics in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire wrapped up Sunday as Mount Snow Academy’s Devin Logan and Waterville Valley’s Scott Neslon claimed titles in the freestyle combined. The combined category sums up the athletes’ performance in the halfpipe, moguls and aerials disciplines.

Rounding out the women’s podium were Summit’s Ali Kariotis in second and Mount Snow’s Abigail Miles in third. Purgatory’s Ben Southworth grabbed the men’s sliver, while teammate Matt Mulligan took the bronze.

Competition concluded Sunday with men’s and women’s dual moguls competitions. Telluride’s Lane Stoltzner had the best of the women’s overall field, followed by Summit’s Mikaela Matthews in second and Carrabassett Valley Academy’s Alison DiGravio in third.

Wasatch’s Bradley Wilson won the men’s overall competition, followed by Killington’s Sterling Crescimanno in second and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club’s Michael DeGrandis in third.

For complete results click here.
 

The 2009 Freestyle Junior Olympics in Waterville Valley, New Hampshire wrapped up Sunday as Mount Snow Academy’s Devin Logan and Waterville Valley’s Scott Neslon claimed titles in the freestyle combined. The combined category sums up the athletes’ performance in the halfpipe, moguls and aerials disciplines.

Rounding out the women’s podium were Summit’s Ali Kariotis in second and Mount Snow’s Abigail Miles in third. Purgatory’s Ben Southworth grabbed the men’s sliver, while teammate Matt Mulligan took the bronze.

Competition concluded Sunday with men’s and women’s dual moguls competitions. Telluride’s Lane Stoltzner had the best of the women’s overall field, followed by Summit’s Mikaela Matthews in second and Carrabassett Valley Academy’s Alison DiGravio in third.

Wasatch’s Bradley Wilson won the men’s overall competition, followed by Killington’s Sterling Crescimanno in second and the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club’s Michael DeGrandis in third.

For complete results click here.
 

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