2019 Avon Fall Classic (20E015) running order and officials assignments are below for the Saturday’s slalom event.
Please note that we landed with a high volume of slalom skiers and will be running 2 rounds on Saturday. The 3rd round of slalom isn’t looking likely for this tournament. If we have time Saturday we will see about running a modified 3rd round of slalom.
First skier off the dock at 8am.
Let me know of any questions.
Tally-Ho – Tonya
AvonFallClassic_20E015_Officials Assignments SLALOM v1
After seven stops and six states, the 2019 Northeast Slalom Series finalists have been determined.
The Tom Costello/Alan Rossi Vermont State Championships (see results here) shuffled the decks a bit, but not enough to cause a major change in the eight adult skiers qualified for the head-to-head finals.
The 2019 NESS adult finalists are:
- Shannah Pochini – 640 points
- J.J. Paulovich – 630 points
- Dan Warner – 620 points
- Justin Campfield – 565 points
- Skip Hommel – 560 points
- Dana Hinman – 550 points
- Pat Morrill – 510 points
- Kathy Callan – 490 points
In the Junior division, the four finalists are:
- Collin Frucci – 510 points
- Tia Byrne – 480 points
- Brendan O’Brien – 430 points
- Ty Robbins – 390 points
Click here for the full season standings.
The head-to-head finals will take place Saturday, Aug. 31, at Pangaea Puddle in Canajoharie, NY. The adults will compete for a cash-prize purse of more than $1,000 while the juniors will compete for trophies.
The 2019 Northeast Slalom Series is generously supported by Avon Self Storage, Hands to Heal Therapeutic Massage & Bodywork and GOODE Skis.
Six Northeast Slalom Series stops are down and only one to go to determine who will face off in the head-to-head finals, Aug. 31st, at Pangaea. (See season standings here)
Stop No. 6 – the Dubes Pond Classic XXX – saw Skip Hommel and Colin Frucci come out on top of the adult and junior divisions, respectively. Colin used the win to vault to the top of the junior season-long standings, while Skip’s victory put him in the top-7 of the adult rankings.
The final stop before the NESS finals is the Costello/Rossi Vermont State Championships, Saturday, Aug. 24th, at Wrightsville Reservoir in Montpelier.
At the conclusion of the series, the top eight adults and four juniors will qualify for the series championships at Pangaea.
The running order and work assignments for the 2019 Tom Costello/Alan Rossi Vermont State Championships have been announced:
The tournament start time is 7:30, so please be there by 7 am to ensure an on-time start.
For questions or concerns, please contact Justin Campfield at email@example.com or (802) 683-9889.
Please see the list of the NY State Championships! Congratulations! 2019 NY State Championships
With a field of 22 adult skiers, the third stop of the 2019 Northeast Slalom Series offered up a pile of points, which J.J. Paulovich used to expand his lead in the season standings
J.J. scored 4 buoys at 38-feet off at the Pre-Regionals Warmup in Avon, CT, to tally an even 1,000 NOPS points, enough to win the third stop and add 220 points to his season total. Dan Warner, who was in second place coming into Avon, also finished second at the stop to maintain his ranking.
Dana Hinman, Justin Campfield and Shannah Pochini currently occupy spots 3-5 in the season rankings, respectively.
In the Junior ranks, Tia Byrne made her 2019 NESS debut count by topping the field and earning 110 NESS points, enough to put her in second place on the season behind the leader Brendan O’Brien.
NESS stop No. 4 will take place July 21st at the Russ Cole Massachusetts State Championships
in Oakham, Mass., with Regionals
the following week at Avon serving as stop No. 5.
For more information about NESS, including schedule and standings, visit www.waterskitheeast.com
You will find the link to the event order by day for the 2019 Eastern Regional Championship sponsored by Master Craft and brought to you by the Avon Old Farm Skiers!
Any questions, reach out to Tonya.
May the wind be light, the flips quick and the float carry you high and far!
Good Luck to all the skiers! And thank you, in advance, to your officials and volunteers!
2019 Regional Event Schedule_v7 Published
Greetings! The current running orders for the 19E039L-Pre Regional Tune Up being held on July 12 – 14 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday) are below. Also included are the officials assignments. This is also another stop for NESS!!!
Let me know of any major snafus! As you know these are subject to change. We were able to adjust the event order to allow for some of our class C slalom specialists to scoot out Saturday night! 🙂
Update on event orders:
- Friday (starts at 10am): 1 round class C each event
- Saturday (starts at 8am): 1 round E/L Slalom, 2nd round C Trick, 1 round E/L Jump, Part of 2nd round of C Slalom
- Sunday (starts at 8am): Finish 2nd round of C Slalom, 2nd round E/L Slalom, 2nd round E/L Jump
2019PreRegionalsTuneUp_FRIDAY RUNNING ORDER V3
2019PreRegionalsTuneUp_SATURDAY RUNNING ORDER v3
2019PreRegionalsTuneUp_SUNDAY RUNNING ORDER v3
Brendan O’Brien and Bill Putnam won the Junior and Adult divisions, respectively, at the second stop of the 2019 Northeast Slalom Series last weekend at John’s Lake.
With the win Brendan increased his lead in the Junior division season standings, while the Adult season standings remain largely unchanged since the series’ first stop at Twin Lakes. Click here to view the complete season standings.
The third stop of the series, next weekend’s Pre-Regionals at Avon, will offer a big pot of NESS points to skiers as it is expected to be the second-largest field of the year, behind the Regionals later this month.
For the full NESS schedule or to register for the series, visit waterskitheeast.com.
This Spring I was fortunate to be part of one of the best grass roots tournaments ever!
The Buskey Cider Cup
Roughly 120 water skiers and cider enthusiasts gathered on a Saturday in Bumpass, VA for the second annual “Buskey Cider Cup.” The event features an all levels, all ages, all for fun water ski tournament, surrounded by a festival atmosphere. While skiers were giving their best performance on the water, spectators enjoyed swimming, lounging, merchandise shopping, a cash prize cornhole tournament and delicious Buskey Cider. As the sun was setting Continue reading