Mission: Valuing potential in all; developing skills for excellence in alpine ski racing.
Vision: Creating lifelong skiers and exceptional citizens.
Weekly Schedule: Training/Racing Schedule Week Twelve Monday, January 30 Hyland Race vs Wayzata, Bloomington, AHA, DelaSalle, Lake Crystal 2:30PM Early Release. 3:45PM Inspection. 4:30PM First Run Start. Tuesday, January 31 Hyland Training (Wear Rope Tow Gloves) 3:45-6PM: Pods 12/11/10. Lanes 2?, 6, 7. 5:00-7:15PM: Pods 9. Lane 6. Warm-Ups on South Chair. 6:30-8:45PM: Pods 8/7. Lanes 5, 6. Warm-Ups on South Chair.
Wednesday, February 1 Hyland Training (Wear Rope Tow Gloves) 3:45-6PM: Pods 12/11/10/9. Lanes A?, 4, 5 5:00-7:15PM: Pods 8/7. Lanes 4, 5. Warm-Ups On South Chair 6:30-8:45PM: No Training.
Thursday, February 2 MEC Race #3 at Welch Village and MEC JV Championships 1:30PM Early Release. 3:45PM Inspection. 4:30PM First Run Start. NO HYLAND TRAINING TODAY!
Friday, February 3 Hyland Training (Wear Rope Tow Gloves) 3:45-6PM: Pods 12/11/10 5:00-7:15PM: Pods 9/8/7. Lanes 4, 5.
We will hold a Full Team (Virtual) Meeting on Sunday, November 13 from 6-7PM for all athletes and parents/guardians. Your coaches will answer all your what-where-when-how-why questions related specifically to the MAST 2022-23 season.
To get a head start on what, when, where, how, why you can also download and watch the presentation from 2021-22. The presentation does not include narration, but the slides should give you a sense of how the season proceeded last year. Download the presentation HERE to view.
Just click on the slideshow below to learn everything you could possibly want to know about high school ski racing and MAST. If you click on the three vertical dots, you will find the controls to pause the show, download the presentation, and mute the volume. The show is narrated and should advance automatically.
MAST Is Grateful!
After numerous delays to the start of the 2020-21 alpine season, we were finally able to begin practicing on Monday, January 11. We had eleven weeks to train and compete. After ten months of social distancing, online classes, and canceled social opportunities, everyone was eager to ski... outside, in fresh air, with friends. At the conclusion of the season, we asked our athletes, coaches and parents to tell us what made them grateful. See their responses in the slideshow below.
World Cup Runs of the Week
Mikaela Shiffren Is Victorious in the Women's World Cup Giant Slalom at Killington. Marco Odermott wins by over 1 second in Alta Badia.