Snowboarding | Coed Varsity

Date Opponent Title Time Result Location
Graduating Year
Home Town
Campton, NH
Stowe, VT
Rumson, NJ
Center Sandwich, NH
Pawtucket, RI
Chicago, IL
Belmont, NH
New Hampton, NH

Our Program

This is a fun and comprehensive program that teaches all aspects of snowboarding and competition.  Our team rides at Waterville Valley and Cannon Mountain.  We compete in the Lakes Region Snowboard Series and the United States Snowboard Association, (USASA). 

The team meets Monday through Friday during the winter term.  Monday is dry-land training.  Tuesday through Friday is snowboarding at Waterville Valley or Cannon Mountain.  Wednesday is our Lakes Region competition day, which is held at different school's home mountains.

Our dry-land training program includes yoga, gymnastics, trampoline and longboarding.  Conditioning and strength training are priority.  Equipment tuning sessions are held before each competition. 

Our on-snow program includes proper body positioning and edge control early in the season, to advanced maneuvers in freestyle and speed in racing, as the season moves along.  Safety is always first.  We use a video camera each day on the mountain and review progress each week. A team video is given to all team members at the end of the season to forever preserve the winter's events.
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    Head Coach Luke Tobin
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Riding to Win

The Lakes Region Snowboard Series is comprised of snowboard teams from surrounding private schools including Proctor, Holderness, Fryeburg, Vermont, Brewster and Kimball Union Academy and White Mountain, Cardigan Mountain and Tilton Schools.  Lakes Region competitions are held for Giant Slalom, Slopestyle and Boardercross.  The competition level varies from beginner to expert.  The Lakes Region Series is fun and relaxed, and gives New Hampton students a chance to make friends with fellow snowboarders from other schools.

New Hampton riders may also choose to compete in the USASA-New Hampshire Series, which serves all five disciplines of competition, including Half Pipe and Slalom.  USASA provides New Hampton with more chances to compete during the season as well as a chance to qualify for USASA Nationals and ride with the Nation's best.  USASA competitions are held on the weekends.

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