Junior Orienteer

Welcome to the website of the Arctic Orienteering Club, based in Anchorage, Alaska. Orienteering is the sport of cross country navigation using map and compass. To some it is a competitive race while to others it is a chance to get out and explore the countryside, challenge the mind, and enjoy the company. Either way, you are welcome to participate. Training is part of our purpose, and beginners and young people are encouraged to take part.

The Arctic Orienteering Club is a sanctioned club of Orienteering USA and is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization.

Klutina Orienteering Results

Sunday, September 20, 2015
Klutina Drive, Pia North and South Maps

The club wrapped up the 2016 season with a beautiful day of orienteering on the eastside of Anchorage in the foothills of the Chugach. There was close competition among the men in the middle of the pack on the expert Red course, while the women competitors had a strong showing on the Green and Orange courses.

Thanks to Ruth Kvernplassen and Mike Robinson for hosting this meet.

Red, 6.2km, 14 controls


1) Ian Moore,55:15; 2)Cory Smith,1:01:15; 3)Kimball Forrest,1:15:22; 4)Regan Sarwas,1:40:14; 5)Bill Johnson,1:40:20; 6)Dan Billman,1:41:21; 7)Steve Gruhn,1:49:39; 8)Art Harmon,1:59:46


1)Dwight Iverson and Greg Encelewski,3:00:30

Green, 4.2km, 12 controls


1)Eric Follet,1:21:22


1)Ellyn Brown,1:05:018; 2)Anne Billman,1:09:29:07; 3)Dela Grey,1:19:40


1)Karen Bronga and Luke Kikukawa,2:11:14

Orange, 3.8km, 12 controls


1)Tom Livingston,1:23:40; 2)Chris Tomsen,2:01:00


1)Oda Fossam,54:20

Yellow, 3.4km, 12 controls


1) Steve McKeever,1:41:20


1) Kath Faryniarz,1:21:20


1)Roan Hall and Reilly Hall,1:19:00; 2)Jess Austin, Robin Holmes and Cassy Friederich,1:26; 3)Hatcher Smith, Springer Moore and Andrew Harmon,1:51:20

White, 1.7km, 12 controls


1)Trudy, Kory, Lia, Kincaid and Duke Keller,30:00; 2)Kathy and Tyler Stewart,45:00; Corin and Jen Harmon,1:00:00 3)Elliot Adema, Guy Edema, Suvan Schwoerer and Toby Schwoerer,1:16:00; 4)Talia, Hatcher and Linda Smith,1:20:20

This was a points race. See how you stand in the season points.

Red and Green courses are available in Route Gadget. Use this cool tool to compare your splits with other contestants. Could you improve your route choice?

P.S. We would love your feedback! If you have criticisms, praise, suggestions, comments, or whatever – please let us know.

2016 Executive Board

The officers of the Club and three elected at-large Board members shall constitute the Executive Board.

Officers of the Club

The President shall coordinate the affairs of the Club and preside at meetings.
Trond B Jensen
Trond Jensen
344-2634 (home) 227-5086 (cell)
Orienteering runner since 1971, AOC club member since 2002, AOC board member since 2006 (VP events 2006-2008, President 2008-present).
Administrative Vice President
The Administrative Vice-President shall assist the President and shall assume the duties of the President in the President’s absence.
Dela Grey
Dela Grey
I got introduced to orienteering in the fall of 2005 and was hooked immediately. I have always loved maps, and am happy to have found a place where being a map geek is cool! If I ever take up running, I could become seriously competitive. For now, it’s just great physical and mental exercise in the beautiful outdoors. AOC Board member since 2012 (At-Large 2012, Admin. VP 2013 – present).
The Secretary shall maintain current records of the general affairs of the Club, including meeting minutes and correspondence. The Secretary shall keep the Articles of Incorporation, Certificate of Incorporation, Bylaws, Policy Guidelines and resolutions in a binder, and may post any of these documents on the Club’s webpage.
Joyce Goodell
Joyce Goodell
Orienteer since 2000, Club member for 10 seasons, on the board for the past three years as Member at Large.
The Treasurer shall maintain accurate and current records of the financial affairs of the Club.
Dan Billman
Dan Billman
345-1749 (home) 644-2042 (work)
Dan Billman joined ARCT in the mid-1990s and has been a Board member most of the time since. He’s served as President, Vice President of Events, and the past 4 years as Treasurer. He loves to run in the woods.
Vice President of Media
The Vice President of Media shall promote the Club and specific events, including disseminating news of Club activities (newspaper and website), and contacting potential sponsors for donations.
Lia Keller
Lia Keller
Running around the woods in orienteering meets for the last four years. My boys used to be in backpacks, but now they run ahead to find the flags!

Vice President of Equipment
The Vice President of Equipment shall store, care for and monitor the Club’s equipment, including providing forms and supplies for Club functions.
Regan Sarwas
Regan Sarwas
345-1915 (home) 230-0433 (cell)
Regan followed his Alaskan bride to Anchorage in 1992. Once his three kids were mostly grown, he needed a new hobby and fell in love with orienteering in 2011. Being an engineer and a computer programmer, he enjoys the intellectual challenge of orienteering. As he nears 50, he also appreciates the fact that he has a lot of room for improvement in orienteering, despite the fact that his body is slowing down.
Vice President of Mapping
The Vice President of Mapping shall identify and review locations suitable for Club events and coordinate the preparation of suitable maps.
Ian Moore
Vice President of Training
The Vice President of Training shall organize and direct the teaching of orienteering skills in schools, lectures and workshops.
Cory Smith
Vice President of Events
The Vice President of Events shall propose a schedule of events, secure permission from land owners, designate meet directors for events, and coordinate assistance and training for meet directors.
Anne Billman
345-1749 (home) 903-4779 (cell)
Lexi Hill
Vice President of Membership
The Vice President of Membership shall maintain an accurate and current list of members and interested non-members, and shall notify those whose membership has expired.
Art Harmon
Art Harmon
Art loves the thrill of the “hunt” and sharing that love with others, especially children.

At-Large Board Members

The at-large members have no specific officer duties beyond the responsibilities of the Executive Board. Nevertheless, the at-large members are typically responsible for some non-official duties.

Member At-Large
Jill Follett
Member At-Large
Shelly Laws
243-1274 (home) 230-2639 (cell)
Member At-Large
Liason to Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson
Chris Tomsen

Prior Executive Boards

Mirror Lake Orienteering Results

Saturday, September 5, 2015
Mirror Lake Middle School

Near perfect fall conditions greeted the orienteers who came to Mirror Lake for this traditional meet. Lots of beautiful fall colors, no bugs, and very little brush made excellent orienteering. On the most difficult Red course, Cory Smith earned an 13 minute victory over Kimball Forrest, finishing in 1hour 20minutes and 29 seconds.

Thanks to Jen Jolliff and Ian Moore for hosting this meet.

Red, 7.7km, 18 controls


1)Cory Smith,1:20:29; 2)Kimball Forrest,1:33:52; 3)Regan Sarwas,1:39:23; 4)Bill Johnson,1:52:33


1)Ellyn Brown,1:51:12;

Review the electronic splits online.



1)Brian Durrell,1:30:11; 2)Dick Hawkins,1:59:18; 3)Dwight Iverson,3:08:43


Dela Grey,DNF


1)Karen Bronga and Luke Kikukawa,2:16:10; 2)Jill Follett and De Lewis and Chris Zafren,3:08:31; David and Jessie Donahue,DNF

Review the electronic splits online.



1)Jeremy Hohnson,1:56:00; Ivan Hodes,DNF; Chris Tomsen,DNF


1)Agneta Kupilik,1:31:00; 2)Lexi Hill,2:01:07; 3)Linda Smith,2:19:35



1)Lexi Hill, Currie & Baird Whitmore and Erik Carlson,1:16:40; 2)Art Harmon, Andrew Harmon, Jessica Jensen, Samantha Jensen, Holly Jensen, Hatcher Smith, Talia Smith and Springer Moore,1:25:03; 3)Frank Witmer, Rienzi Witmer and Maria Witmer,2:48:14



1)Andrew Harmon,20:40; 2)Ivan Hodes,22:00


1)Springer Moore and Hatcher Smith,37:00

This was a points race. See how you stand in the season points.

Red and Green courses are available in Route Gadget. Use this cool tool to compare your splits with other contestants. Could you improve your route choice?

P.S. We would love your feedback! If you have criticisms, praise, suggestions, comments, or whatever – please let us know.

Results of Earthquake Park O-bamarama

Wednesday, September 2, 2015
Earthquake Park

Near perfect conditions greeted the 70 orienteers who came to Earthquake Park for this traditional meet. Lots of sunshine, no bugs, and very little brush made the conditions almost too easy for this hardy crew. On the most difficult Red course, Ian Moore earned an eight minute victory over Trond Flagstad, finishing in 36:20. The closest race of the day came on the Green course, where Brian Durrell edged Darren Hull by a mere one second for the victory.

This meet was put on by Cory Smith. Thanks to Trond Flagstad for picking up the controls. Thanks to Resource Data, Inc for printing the maps.

Red, 3.3 km, 22 controls


1) Ian Moore, 0:36:20; 2) Trond Flagstad, 0:44:37; 3) Gary Snyder, 0:46:55; 4) Regan Sarwas, 0:47:34; 5) Art Harmon, 0:50:10; 6) Dan Billman, 0:57:23; 7) Tom Bronga, 1:00:15; 8) Kimball Forrest, 1:03:29; 9) Bill Johnson, 1:05:04; 10) Steve Gruhn, 1:11:40; 11) Dwight Iverson, 1:13:35


1) Brittany Hippe, 1:15:49


1) Bill Spencer and David Spencer, 0:46:57; 2) Ariel Hippe and Shelly Laws, 1:18:30

Green, 2.5 km, 19 controls


1) Brian Durrell, 0:48:17; 2) Darren Hull, 0:48:18


1) Ellyn Brown, 0:52:53; 2) Karen Bronga, 1:17:14


1) Glenn Fish and Joanna Fish, 1:00:00

Orange, 2.5 km, 16 controls


1) Jeremy Johnson, 0:37:00; 2) Toni Fuerer, 0:59:48


1) Lexi Hill, 1:15:08; 2) Michelle Semerad, 1:41:10


1) Jaime Bronga, Elizabeth Knapp, David Stamp, 1:05:00; 2) Ian van Tets, Olga van Tets, Salina Parret, 1:15:00; 3) Jill Follett and De Lewis, 1:20:18

Yellow, 2 km, 13 controls


1) David Snyder, 0:39:15; 2) Ivan Hodes, 0:59:00


1) Jessica Austin, 0:40:00


1) Keri and Kaelynn Hull, 0:53:48; 2) Steve Ohms, Sebastian Reed, Landon Shultz, 0:54:50; 3) Elias Oswald and Hatcher Smith, 0:59:47; 4) Mary Alice Donaldson and Logan Follett, 1:01:20; 5) Joyce Goodell and Kathy Faryniarz, 1:03:05; 6) Jen Jolliff and Springer Moore, 1:11:27; 7) Aksel Flagstad, Trond Flagstad and Vebjorn Flagstad, 1:30:30

White, 1.1 km, 8 controls


1) Brooke, Rob Long, Laura Swagger, 0:27:00; 2) Carl Oswald, Julia Oswald and Talia Smith, 0:31:40; 3) Duke Keller, Kincaid Keller, Lia Keller and Trudy Keller, 0:31:50; 4) Annabel, Shannon and Torin Uffenbeck, 0:54:10

The next meet is this Saturday (9/5) at Mirror Lake.

This was a points race. See how you stand in the season points.

P.S. We would love your feedback! If you have criticisms, praise, suggestions, comments, or whatever – please let us know.

Volunteering Opportunities

From the Meet Director regarding the upcoming 9/2/15 Earthquake Park Meet:

– I am looking for some helpers:
— someone to help at the registration table (or a few people to trade shifts)
— At our last Earthquake Park meet we had a control taken down, so I’d like someone to make sure they are all up just prior to the meet.  If someone wants to come early (mid-afternoon) and run a course, let me know.  They can still count in the result
If you can help, please contact the Meet Director

Results from the Goose Lake Score-O

Wednesday, August 19th, 2015
Goose Lake

The Arctic Orienteering Club held their annual meeting and Score O meet Wednesday evening at Goose Lake with 30 controls spread throughout the APU/UAA campuses and Russian Jack Park. 75 runners and strollers enjoyed the evening sunshine. Ian Moore lead the men with 570 points with Gary Snyder hot on his heels with 540, Anne Billman was best women with 320 points followed closely by Sarah Freistone with 290. Numerous teams and many munchkins rounded out the field. Several competitors even braved a swim in University Lake to cut distance off their routes. Quick running but soggy maps resulted.


Ian Moore 570, Gary Snyder 540, Cory Smith 480, Nathaniel Knapp 460, Peter,Denis and Paul LaFrance 460, Mike Robinson 460, Regan Sarwas 450, Tom Bronga 420, Jeremy Johnson 420, Trond Jensen 410, Art Harmon 390, Steve Gruhn 380, Dan Baird 330, Anne Billman 320, Sarah Freistone 290, Brittany and Ariel Hippe, Shelly Laws 280, Dan Billman 280, Doug Watts 270, Dylan Watts 270, Jill Follett and De Lewis 250, Karen Bronga 240, Springer Moore, Hatcher Smith and Andrew Harmon 210, Terry Pauls 210, Steve McKeever 190, Charese Gearhart-Dekreon and Andrew Dekreon 180, Andrew Dougherty, Anne Ritter 170, Ryan Wise? 160, Ian and Olga van Tet 150, Ryan Bergerson and Jamie Gorman 150, Rob, Laura and Brooke Long 150, Lindsey and Aksel Flagstad 140, Carson, Kayne, Claudine, Bill, and Sheryl 140, Verjorn and Trond Flagstad 140, Dela Grey 130, Lexi Hill 130, No Name 130, Michelle Semerad 120, Ruth Kvernplassen 110, Tyler and Wendy Shaw 110, Lia Keller, Trudy Keller and Duke Kincaid 100, Linda and Talia Smith 100, Glenn, Marc and Joanna Fish 90, Jennifer and Corin Harmon 90, Anne and Elliot Adema, Dary and Suvan Dugan 80, Tobyn Shaw 70

P.S. We would love your feedback! If you have criticisms, praise, suggestions, comments, or whatever – please let us know.

Annual Meeting on Wednesday

The Arctic Orienteering Club is having the 2015 annual meeting on Wednesday, August 19th at Goose Lake Park Pavilion. The meeting will begin after the Score-O and refreshments.
We hope you can stick around for this short (and fun) meeting (see the agenda for details). Did I mention there would be free Pizza and refreshments?

Board Meeting Minutes from 8/11/15

Arctic Orienteering Club
Board Meeting: Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Meeting called to order at 7:20pm.
Members present: Trond Jensen; Joyce Goodell; Dan Billman; Lia Keller; Anne Billman; Regan Sarwas; Mike Robinson; Kathy Farynairz.

  1. Annual meeting planning

    Bill Spencer will Run the Score-O, with the meet time 6:00–7:00pm, and the eat and meet directly to follow at the Goose Lake venue. Food picked up by Kathy; Meet directors and Donors will be recognized with etched glasses. Also recognition for this years’ trainers (Jen, Mike R and Jill F) and also Toby S. for providing use of the E-punch system. No door prizes this year. Regan will announce course winners; but also amend this after the last three traditional meets. We will distribute bring a buddy prizes at meeting.

  2. Officers of the Club

    planning to step down this year are Kathy and Mike (VP of Events) andalso Trond as president. Trond did state he may be available to run board meetings. We will hold nominations/elections at the Annual Meeting.

  3. Finance Report from Dan Billman

    The club is operating in the black, keeping a balance of approximately $2000 in our checking account. The biggest expense we have had in the past 5 years was mapping. Membership is up by 50% this year due to club marketing and recruitment. Question was asked if we need to up the meet fees, and Board decided to hold the rate structure as is, as we have more participants and are still generating income.

  4. Trial Electronic Punch Discussion:

    Pros: used for Green and Red only; it was easy; fun. Cons: to purchase something like this would burden the whole club with cost with only a portion of the members getting to use it. Also, Dan says the E-punch system is a much simpler system, but the meet director is burdened with more work. So how do we finance a system? It was suggested that if we do go ahead with this in the future, use some sort of grant to finance.

  5. Misc new business:

    On sign up sheet for 2016 season Meets, there will be a line added for an “Assistant Meet Director”, to encourage members to help put on meets and get more experience with the process. The training sessions were a great success, and many people participated. Some feedback was “helpful” and “friendly”.

  6. 2016 schedule:

    Plan to keep 4 Ski-O’s for the winter, and we will hopefully have snow, and if not, adjust. Mike presented the draft, and there was discussion regarding moving the “Big-O” and the “High School O” to Wednesday evenings. Also, the decrease the time between the breaks we had in this years’ summer schedule (two weeks), to keep momentum going.

  7. Dan Billman:

    reported that the Muni is purchasing a new Lidar Imagry system for mapping, and that the front of the Chugach Range (and possibly more areas like around the Schools) will be possibly mapped. Ian may get a copy and run one map, and or play with the program. This system makes mapping much easier and is very accurate. If maps were made around the schools, they could be used for Orienteering!

Meeting adjourned at 8:52 pm.

Minutes respectfully submitted by Joyce Goodell, Secretary

Minutes also available as PDF.

2015 Back to School-O

Tuesday, August 11th, 2015
Service High School

2015 Back to School-O

The 2015 Back to School-O was met with sunny skies and record numbers of participants. 50 community members and seven high school teams took to the Service High School trails to show their map skills. The top scorer of the day was Gary Snyder, with an astounding 700 points! Anne Billman led the women with 400 Points.

On the high school side, the top scoring team of the day belonged to South high. Dylan Jones, Derek Steele and Lyle Chamberlain amassed 670 points. The high school competition was scored by averaging the points per team, for each school. West high edged the home team, Service, by 1/10 of a point to win the competition.

A big thank you to Lia and Trudy Keller for helping at the meet and Art Harmon for cleanup.

Community Women:

400- Anne Billman
320- Agneta Kupilik
200- Giselle Bergeron
180- Jess Austin
170- Ruth Kvernplassen

Community Men:

700- Gary Snyder
680- Nathaniel Knapp
660- Jeremy Crawford
630- Bill Spencer
580- Mike Robinson
570- John Farr
570- Regan Sarwas
540- Steve Gruhn
470- Toni Fuerer
430- Ivan Hodes
420- Dan Billman

Community Team:

560- Lorena Knapp and Lars Gange
470- Jaime Bronga and Tim Samuelson
450- Peter Johnson and Joe Kurtak
410- Lucas Thein and Davina Kinney
380- Trond and Cindy Jensen, Siena and Saltana Noffsinger
310- North and Jeremy Crawford
280- Joyce Goodell and Kathy Faryniarz
210- Springer Moore and Jen Jolliff
180- Laura and Brooke Long
150- Barbara Brown and Tim Wiepking
140- Hannah Andrews and Denise Carey
140- Benjamin, Elizabeth, Abigail and Jennifer Page
100- Joel Carson, Samuel Carson
100- Matt, Oliver and Elsa Kupilik
30- Darcy Dugan and Suvan Schwoerer

1) West- Team average 327.9

610- Col Lindemuth, Will Stoskophf, Garett Alderman
580- Sam Lebo, Kelemen Legate, Cole
530- Brian Britt, Mac Fair
500- Cinnamon Monterrosa, Delana Wessen, Erin Sivitz, Jania Tomeg
470- Atticus Everett, Foster Birnbaum, Sam York, Bryeon Lynch
460- Ben Mildar, Ole Fair, Sawyer Borta
350- Wilton, Farmwald, Declan Dammeyer, Eli McKenzie, Jules, Dan
350- Gretta Pickett, Alejandra Legate, Jocelyn Waggoner
320- Katarina Grumman, Elizabeth Mans, Clarice Rehlin-Hicks
310- Austin Potter, Rodney Cium, Corbin Eitten
290- Coach Dylan, Coach Dooley
270- Lauren Corkran, Jessie Zimmer, Mimi Allen, Elsa Hoppenworth, Tatiana Harris
200- Dylan Eck, Ezra Dan, Liam Lally, Jac Norvell-Moomaugh
200- Liam Block, Jack Bent, Taylor Gill
200- Lucy Teafor, Gabrielle Thompson, Victoria Mayer, Lizbeth Baez
190 Amber Draayer, Mia Doehl, Ana Blair
150- Ethan Davis, Sam Rardin, Henry Milan, William Bittner
150- William Whittenburg, Brian Hanni, Gary Hoppenworth, Gannon Lawley
100- Maya Stevens, Elly Whitmore, Tabitha Wheeler, Rhoda Bongolo, Grace Henry

2) Service- Team average 327.8

650-Joshua Bauer, Brennan Baumgartner, Ray Metzger
560-Kaidyn Milani, Aislinn Waite, Nic Shaw, Matt Klotz
540-Brendyn, Brandan, Connor, Justin Carpenter
530-Elsa Gillespie, Sage Romey, Makenna Okeson, Maria Steringer, Aisa Aist
510-Bailey Milani, Joey Aist, Gunner Rodgers, Bryn Waite
500-Emma Beeler, Quyanna Whittaker, Sara Souders, Julia Ditto, Meagan Bauer
440-J. Diwiri, Riley Howard, Wayatt Dodge, Daniel Robbing, Karl Carpenter
180-Jacob Belanger, Javier Parades, Zander Nygard, Miles Hancock
150-Victoria Cooper, Bailey Fuller, Anya Parker
150-Nadia D., Carlie Tesster, Maggie Duerran, Garrett Schwable
130-Megan Hayden, Emma Wrigley, Maddy Maurer, Monique Giles
130-Jessa Allen, Grace Trimborn, Nichole Blake, Clare Howard
120-Helena D., Becca M., River N.
0- Ian Gillespie, Tas Duenow, Reece Duenow

3) Dimond- Team average 326.6

540- Bryce Pinter, Kaden Denton., Niko Latva-Kiskola.
530- Bryce Davis, Jimmy Campbell, Alex Gill, Keith Harvey
510- Coach Keller
490- Ali Keller, Darby Judd., Erica Heil, Liesel Von Imhof
420- Kyler Mak, Grant Anderson. Joe Divelbiss, Jack Divelbiss
360- Lito Talbert, Adam Leiland, Brenda Shaffer, Rollie McWhite
350- Jason Wright, Koby Scott, Sean Swalling, Noah Streit.
320- Lucas Liland, Ethan Wood
300- Kylie Judd, Bri Pugh, Ally Carney.
300- Adam Ostberg, Scott Morton, James Scott
290-Bradley Cross, Keagan Caufield, Reese Kodama, Josiah Darrell
260- Shelby Kelliher, Amanda Tang, Marianna Mountha , Larissa Hensch.
250- Brian Sweeny, Hayden Hanson, Will Lemmons, Bryce Davis, Dru Powelson
230- Raphael Baluyet, Katie McWhite
220- Brenden Shaffer, Aiden Crosson, Rooslan Helgesen-Thompson, Julian Medina
210- Heather Jensen Raimey Drew, Malin Troph
170- Milai Gilbert., Channing Buckmaster, Emily Campbell, Cameryn Norris
130- Kinsey Denton, Allie Epke, Cora Berbig

4) South- Team average 276.9

670- Dylan Jones, Derek Steele, Lyle Chamberlain
650- Scott Parmelee, Grant Klug, Evan Hagen
450- Luke Meiwes, Ethan Lynn, Hamish Wolfe
410- Quinn Carroll, Trevor Western,
390- Kris Simmons, Logan Borger, Trevor Bailly, Koen Bailey
370- Sanne Cassef, Miki Maroney, Madi Maroney, Brenna Petrie
310- Mikah Whitehead, Hayden Brinkman, Seth Chamberlain, Jacob Cox
300- Sabine Ach, Noelle Fradley, Ainsley Burch
300-Zach Jones, Alex Bryan
290- Abbie Osgood, Maddy Mackenzie, John Hail, Eli Johnson
280- Taylor Beuchner, Emily Armstrong, Faren Crow, Erin Mcleod
260- Naomi Kiekenveld, Alice Michealson, Theresa Fernette, Emily Evans
260- Morgan Lash, Kaitlyn Bailly, Katie Hines
220- Elena Eberhardt, Rosemary Reynolds, Maggie Meeds, Roxanna Reynolds, Emma Korosei
210- William Binnian, Luke Bredor, Seth Aasland
200- Sadie Oswald, Madison Smith, Jared Habermann
180- Allie Monrean, Brandi Sherwood, Kiana Trupp
160- Daniel Desaulniers, Ryan Ross, Josh Novacovier
120- Sara Beth, Teresa Rubio, Miriam Ubecht
120- Phillip Von Tish, Tanner Stuits, Brett Morman, Abraham Correa
100- Lauren Espeland, Caitlin Bergman, Savannah Rucker,
60- Dave Robinson, Hayden Johnson, Michael Pickerel
60- Scott Marciniak, Sterling Doner, Connor Seattle, Nemed Ramos

5) Grace- Team average 262.7

590—Alex Griesbaum, Robert Schaezlein, Levi Gionet, Braden Nieder
570—Trent Fritzel, Riley Martin, Zach Young
360—Sarah Newton, Grace Arnnett, Charlie Remientiaff, M
280—Will Wallace, Jonathan Rogers, Chase Eber
240—Sarah Laker, Maddie Moran, Lauren Dean, Jenna Markel
210—Jonathan White, Aiden Gannon, Spencer Putnam
210—Luke Fritzel, Evan Bockmen, Camron Sheldon, Gabe Martin
170—Josh Murphy, Mason Murray, Natalia Menchinsky
130—Grace Gannon, Carolyne Vandenhoogen
70—Toebin Karelburg, Nate Sallima, Juan Cosgreyve, Nick Snow
60—Ethan Isaacson, Gregor Limstrom

6) East- Team average 245

560- Nathaniel Grabman, Erik Brainerd, Joey Pabon
560- Aden Haywood, Beck Haywood
360- Margeaux Bailey, Orion Roach, Ian Pediangco
180- Alex Schuerch, Zephan Ozturgut
110-Kane Savok, Josiah Gilila, Brunn Morse, Mark Biering
110-Andrew McNab, Joshua Gates, Jaylon Miller
70-Mae Jon Cawyer, Caleb Bell, Sabrina Combs
10-Brianna Levy, Emily Ellis, Ellayra Beasley

7) Colony- Team average 216.7

540-Dawson Knopp, Dakota Thompson, Tracen Knopp
440-Gabe Whiseman, Brennan Emslay, River Maketa, Drake Halfarce
340-Vince Sanderson, Jeff Lathrup, Josh Taylor
310-Mathew Clyde and Nathan Gleason
290-Lucas Arthur, Cade Johnstone, Sam Deering,
280-Calvin Myers, Caleb Hopkins
240-Lis Olson, Cathelyne Powers, Shannon Powers, Jordyn Block
230-Jill Bowker, Coleen Geraghty, Elisabeth Bowker
220-Sydney Bruce, Alyson Kopsack, Lily Sessom
190-Tim Farring, Brad Grover, Chayse Eby
160-Annie Willardson, Emily Wright, Anna Condio, Lindey Sage
130-Amanda Mayer, Kim Sliwa, Theresa French, Tashia Ulman
120-Benji Smith, Sara Perkins
120-Nate Kristich, Michael Sliwa
110-Sam Sisco, Luke Mellor, Austin Edwards
100-Braden Ward, Natalie Crousore, Bella Block
50-Ethan Larsen, Brandon Joseph
30-Alyssa Miles and Serenity Miller

P.S. We would love your feedback! If you have criticisms, praise, suggestions, comments, or whatever – please let us know.