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Alpine Ski



Description of sport: Competitive alpine ski racing.

Where to go for more information: Activities Office. Alpine Google Site.

Length of season: Season begins November 11, 2019.

Practice times: Monday through Friday. Times to be announced.

Practice site: Hyland Hills, Afton Alps and Buck Hill ski area.

Competitions: Five conference meets, JV meets, Invite TBD and section meet.

Eligibility requirements: Open to students in grades 9-12 who meet the MSHSL and Wayzata Public Schools Eligibility Requirements. Must be fully registered with the Activities Office. Eligible sports qualifying physical, eligibility form and fee payment must be on file in the Activities Office before participation.

Average number of members: 12 boys and 12 girls on the varsity. JV spots open until the total team roster reaches 55 athletes.

Costs and/or needed equipment: Registration fee (covers lift fee), ski equipment and ski helmet. An assessment may be made to cover busing costs for additional practice sessions.

Awards criteria and type of awards: Lettering requirements determined by head coach.

Student leadership: Four captains are selected.

Additional information: Compatible with those on United States Ski and Snowboard. See head coach for practice requirements.

Team Packet

Meet Schedules

Head Coach

Mike Dzubay

New for 2019-2020:

The fee for the 2019-2020 school year will remain at $525. If you already have a ski pass, your fee will be $400. 


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