Skiing (Alpine Racing) Program
Welcome to Raider Boys' and Girls' SkiingThis winter, Scarsdale High School will sponsor a Boys' and Girls' Skiing team.Gold CardsSubmit all Gold Card paperwork to the SHS Nurse before TBA to insure that the Gold Card can be issued prior to the start of dryland training. Link accessible on TBA.Players must have their completed gold card from the school nurse. Information on how to get a gold card can be found atPreseason interest meeting to be held at 3:30PM on Tuesday, October 18. Contact Coach Pat (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions.
TryoutsSkiing is a no-cut sport but racers must show that that they can safely make it down the mountain (the equivalent of Competition trail at Thunder Ridge Ski Area or Catamount trail at Catamount)Teams will be determined by Time Trials held at Catamount on January 11th (backup January 12th) for:Boys' Varsity (10 members)Girls' Varsity (10 members)Co-ed JV (10 members)Developmental Team (remaining members)
Players are expected to be present at all practice sessions. Missing sessions will be incorporated into the coach's evaluation of players for the Varsity JV and Developmental teams.
Tryouts consist of assessments of individual skiing skills. Players will be evaluated on fastest times, ability, technique in SL discipline. GS to be trained for by Sectional hopefuls.The coaching staff also tests the athletes for general athleticism.Players are also evaluated on their cooperation with other players and their ability to take direction from the coaching staff and captains.
Varsity level skiing is a commitment of about 1.5 - 2 hours per day for dryland training and 5 hours per day (including transportation) for on snow training plus 2 weekend training days at Catamount.
It is our expectation that athletes will be present for all team tryouts, practices, and races.
Official Season: TBA (Post season begins TBA (Section 1 Championships) and ends March TBA (Eastern Regional Championships)
Mandatory dryland practices are held at Scarsdale High School.Practice will take place starting at the track closest to Wayside Lane per the following schedule:All levels (Boy's Varsity, Girl's Varsity, Co-ed JV, Developmental)
- TBA 3:30 PM - 5:15 PM
On snow practices and races are held at Big Snow in Rutherford, NJ, Thunder Ridge in Patterson, NY (and possibly Catamount Ski Area in Hillsdale, NY or Mohawk Mountain Ski Area in Cornwall, CT) or NWAC in Vernon, NJ. Schedule TBA.All levels (Boy's Varsity, Girl's Varsity, Co-ed JV, Developmental)
- TBA 3:30 PM - 8:30/9 PM for practice
- TBA 2:30 PM - 8:30/9 PM for races
For additional information please contact:
Patrick Liu: email@example.com
The Scarsdale Skiing Program will accept up to 3 managers per season (1 per team). Managers must attend all practices, tryouts and races.
Managers assist during dryland training, on snow training assistance, transportation to and from the mountain and during tryouts and races. Responsibilities include but are not limited to: gathering/carrying equipment, setting up drills, helping out on the bus ride to the mountain, videography, assistance with carrying team jackets and pants during races.
Managers are welcome to work out with the team when not assisting the coaches and captains and are still assigned to a captain's group. Managers in good standing (Freshmen excluded) will receive a Physical Education Exemption for the 3rd quarter. Anyone interested in becoming a manager for the ski team should contact Coach Pat in person.