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BV GIRLS DOMINATE ROXY RIDE FINALS

March 5, 2011 | By: Beaver Valley Ski Club

Beaver Valley’s top young shred girls took advantage of home snow to dominate the Slopestyle event at Ontario’s Roxy Ride Days Finals held at Beaver Valley on February 26th. Ontario’s leading girl’s snowboard clinic series, the Roxy Ride Finals attracted over 25 girls from several resorts including Blue Mountain, Horseshoe Valley, Lakeridge and Glen Eden.

The Slopestyle event was held in Beaver Valley Snow Parks’ new PARADISE progression park featuring the boxes and jumps in the park’s upper section. Best trick was won by Beaver’s Sarah Fellner with super steez style on all of the boxes. Sarah also took 2nd place overall. Beaver Valley girls took the top four spots in the 12& under category with Allison Hansen – 1st; Regan Hauerbach – 2nd; Samantha Jarrett – 3rd; and Andie Gendron – 4th. Other noteable Beaver riders were Allison Cole – 4th and Carolyn Black – 5th in the 13&Over.

The event ended with a fun Air Bag Session and BBQ. Thank-you to Roxy, the Beaver Valley Park crew and the Roxy Ride Days crew for all of their support. Check out the photos below.


Above: Sarah Fellner, front board on the top box


Samantha Jarrett, front board on the top box

Allison Cole, 180 on the top jump

Carolyn Black, backside boardslide on the rainbow box




Allison Hansen, 50/50 on the top box

Regan Hauerbach, 50/50 on the top box

Andie Gendron straight air on the top jump

Samantha Jarrett indy grab on the 2nd jump


Allison Cole, boardslide on the top box

Carolyn Black 180 on the top jump

Regan Hauerbach, straight air on the first jump

Samantha Jarrett 50/50 on the Rainbow box

Roxy Girls rider’s meeting

12&Under Girls (left to right): Regan, Allison, Samantha

Sarah Fellner, Best Trick winner


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