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Max Burget '24 third in state; Liam Ainslie '24 in top 20 at NYS Ski Racing Championships
Keith McShea

Max Burget ’24 of Buffalo was third overall and Liam Ainslie ’24 of Buffalo earned a top 20 finish at the Under-18 New York State Ski Racing Championships earlier this month.

Burget was second in the Super G, second in the Giant Slalom and sixth in the Slalom; Ainslie was 16th in the Super G, crashed in the Giant Slalom and was 14th in the Slalom.

Burget – also a top rower who competed at the world championships in Paris with teammate James Dodman ’24 – won the overall individual championship last year after winning the Giant Slalom and placed in the top three for the Slalom.

It was the final state championships for Burget and Ainslie, have been competing since they were under-8 racers at Holimont.

The championships were held at West Mountain, located in the Adirondack Mountains about 30 minutes north of Saratoga Springs. The U18 skiiers hit speeds up to 70 mph while careening down mountains, with hundredths of a second often separating skiers.

Also this month, Owen Gray ’26 of Buffalo competed in the U16 NY State Championships.

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