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Talbot outduels childhood friend Patterson at NCAA Championships

Dartmouth College junior Silas Talbot of Anchorage just missed earning All-American honors at the NCAA Ski Championships in Park City, Utah. He may have won something more important, though; like bragging rights over Anchorage’s Scott Patterson of the University of Vermont. Talbot outsprinted his childhood friend by .06 seconds to finish 11th in the men’s… Read more »

Never mind Sochi, look at what Patterson is doing at UVM

Scott Patterson of Anchorage is making the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association look like child’s play. The University of Vermont senior has won both EISA skate races this season and is one classic victory from a perfect score in NCAA Championship qualification. He returned from Italy, where he competed in the U23 World Championships, just in… Read more »

Alaskans continue EISA title dominance for Vermont

Sophomore Stephanie Kirk of Anchorage has never won a college ski race before the month of February. Now she’s won back-to-back races. One week after helping the University of Vermont women’s 3x5K relay team become victorious, Kirk captured her first individual win today at the Eastern Intercollege Ski Association Championships at Middlebury, Vt. Kirk, of… Read more »

Alaskans lead Vermont to carnival title (Skiing)

For the first time since 2006, the University of Vermont ski team celebrated on home snow. The Catamounts prevailed in their own carnival at Trapp Family Lodge thanks in large part to their Alaska connection, especially Caitlin Patterson of Anchorage. The two-time All-American continued her unbeaten junior season after sweeping the women’s races, running her… Read more »

Doughertys off to World Juniors (Skiing)

Most kids in this country fantasize about scoring touchdowns, smashing home runs and posterizing slam dunks. But in Alaska they dream of gold medals. Just ask 19-year-old Andrew Dougherty of Anchorage. For years the standout cross-country skier and his buddies have spiced up training days with Olympic races, much like basketball players battling for the… Read more »