Weather conditions were perfect for racing and all of the skiers took advantage of the favourable racing conditions, according to a news release.
In the Level 1 division (no club racing affiliation or experience past Nancy Greene) Marymount Academy and St. Benedict were looking to make it three consecutive championships in three consecutive years.
In the morning slalom runs, Marymount set the mark and reaffirmed that they are still a strong force in the city.
Katherine Boyce earned her first gold medal in alpine competition in only her second year of ski racing and she wasn't finished there. She finished the afternoon giant slalom run in second, earning a silver medal.
This resulted in Boyce being crowned the overall Level 1 Girls' combined champion and double-gold medallist. The success didn't stop with Katherine.
Veteran high school racer Danielle Burla captured the gold medal in the girls' giant slalom after having a difficult morning in the slalom.
Overall, the Regals finished with Boyce as the gold medallist, first-year racer Carissa Roy as the silver medallist, second-year racer Kelsey Roy in third place, and veteran Brittany Major in fifth place.
This was more than enough to earn Marymount their third NOSSA championship in three consecutive years.
Team members include Danielle Burla, Boyce, Carissa Roy, Kelsey Roy, Brittany Major, McKenna Urso, Toni Teale, Kelsey Bell, Brier Cook, and Marika Moskalyk.