Hood River skiers soaring at state

Hood River Valley High School skier  Sean Lund flies through the air the afternoon of March 6 at Mt. Hood Meadows in the slopestyle event of the 2013 Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association’s freestyle state championships.

Photo by Adam Lapierre.
Hood River Valley High School skier Sean Lund flies through the air the afternoon of March 6 at Mt. Hood Meadows in the slopestyle event of the 2013 Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association’s freestyle state championships.

Hood River Valley High School skiers flew through the air Wednesday afternoon at Mt. Hood Meadows in the 2013 Oregon Interscholastic Ski Racing Association’s freestyle state championships. The rest of the HRVHS ski team competed Thursday and Friday in slalom and giant slalom events at SkiBowl. Results and additional coverage of the state competition will run in the March 13 News.

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