May Alpine Newsletter

22-23 Alpine Program Wrap Up

With the U14 Team returning from Speed Projects/Races at Palisades Tahoe and Mammoth, California, this month, the Alpine Program has officially wrapped up the 22-23 season. Congratulations to the U14 Team for taking the season the furthest into the Spring out of any other program: they had great conditions to race and learn techniques and tactics at a couple of new venues among the best in the West!

Congratulations to our Spring Project attendees:

Three athletes were invited to the U14 Western Region Spring Speed Project at Palisades Tahoe: Charlie Ryan, Charlie Lighthart, Ashton Ritter.

They went on to join another 7 teammates at the U14 Spring Speed Series at Mammoth: Hennessey Van Gelder, Maia Zorkendorfer, Ruby Lindell, Hayden Robinson, Kai McBride, Bard Barnett, Andrew Overbay. 

Taryn Moe, far R, with Team USA U14s at the Whistler Cup

A huge shout out goes to the Moe sisters, who BOTH qualified for the Whistler Cup in Canada! The Whistler Cup is a prestigious international youth event that the top U14s & U16s from over 20 nations attend to test their skills among the best in the world! It is typically the athletes' first opportunity to race at an international level. Taylor finished 2nd in Super G and 5th in Slalom!

Taryn, L, and Taylor, proudly representing Team USA

In the past 2 weeks, the U14 and U16 teams celebrated their seasons with end-of-the-season awards  dinners!

U14 award winners and coaches, left to right:

Finley Peightal – Sportsmanship Award Winner

Hennessey Van Gelder – Most Improved Award Winner

Hayden Robinson – Most Improved Award Winner

Amelia Volk – U14 Assistant Coach

Jamie Stone – U14 Head Coach

Charlie Ryan – Skier of the Year Award Winner

Moesy Shumway – U14 Assistant Coach

Robby Wade – Sportsmanship Award Winner

(Not Pictured): Taryn Moe – Skier of the Year Award Winner


22-23 U14 Team


22-23 U16 Team, with Coaches Ned Lazarevic (L) and Vidar Widing (far R)

U16 award winners

Taylor Moe – Skier of the Year

Oliver Sanders – Skier of the Year

Lucy Wirth – Most Improved

Liam Logan – Most Improved

Dylan Witherite – Sportsmanship

Nico Tozzi – Sportsmanship


FIS Team: April Races

FIS athletes at Palisades Tahoe in April. From L-R: Taylor Glick, Avery MacMillan, Evalyn Wogoman, Carey Ritter, Noah Parazette, Kye Bessette, Gus Clausen, and Atticus Sanders

The FIS Team took advantage of the amount of snow around the western US to travel to races out of division. Most of the team went to Palisades Tahoe, California, for a Spring Series and a few traveled to Aspen, Colorado, for a Spring speed series!

Carey Ritter, Taylor Glick, and Avery MacMillan all pushed out of the start gate for the last time with the Club while at Palisades! All three of these wonderful ladies are hanging up their boots after many years of commitment, fun, life lessons, friendships made, and successes along the way! Thank you to our graduates for being amazing role models for the future shredders of the JHSC! You will always have a home here at the Jackson Hole Ski & Snowboard Club, and we wish you the best of luck in wherever the path leads you next!

L to R: Carey Ritter, Taylor Glick, and Avery MacMillan celebrate after Taylor's final race run


The 23-24 Season is about to begin!

U16 & FIS Spring Dryland begins May 1

Dryland will take place after school, Monday–Friday, to get the body and mind re-engaged in physical fitness and to equip ourselves to maximize Spring & Summer on-snow camps. We offer spring & summer dryland for all athletes that will be U16 and FIS level in the upcoming 23-24 season!


JHSC ALPINE Spring & Summer On Snow Camps

Spring Sessions at Snowbird, Utah

We are going to Snowbird, Utah for two weekend trips (U14, U16 & FIS):

May 12-14 Friday, Saturday, Sunday (GS)

May 19-21 Friday, Saturday, Sunday (SL)

We will leave Jackson after school on Thursday to then train Friday-Sunday and head back to Jackson after training on Sunday. *Food is not included in the cost of camp*  

Cost for the Camp: ​$650 per weekend
Included in price: Training Lanes, Tickets, Transportation, Coaching & Lodging
Coaches attending: Brett Jacobson, Jamie Stone and more

Summer Sessions at Mt. Hood, Oregon

  • Camp 1: (U10 & U12) June 19-25 - Day Camp Style, No lodging;$1,450 if registered before April 30, 2023; $1,550 after April 30, 2023; $500 deposit required at time of registration

  • Camp 2: (U10 & U12) July 6-12 - Day Camp Style, No lodging; $1,450 if registered before April 30, 2023; $1,550 after April 30, 2023; $500 deposit required at time of registration

  • Camp 3: (U14 & U16) July 15-21 -  Lodging; $1,950 if registered before April 30, 2023; $2,050 after April 30, 2023; $500 deposit required at time of registration

  • Camp 4: (U14 & U16) July 23-29 - Lodging; $1,950 if registered before April 30, 2023; $2,050 after April 30, 2023; $500 deposit required at time of registration

Camp Layout : 3-1-3  ski 3 days, off day, ski 3 days  

Coaches attending: Matt, Neiko, Jamie, Ned & more!




The JHSC Alpine Program had a very successful year and we would not have been able to do it without the help of our volunteers and amazing sponsors! Shout out to the following organizations and businesses: 

First Interstate Bank

Spence Law Firm

Teton Orthopedics

Dembergh Construction

Wilderness Adventures

Teton Pools



Keely’s Camp for Girls

Chopper Mill Mittens

Snow King Mountain Resort

Jackson Hole Mountain Resort


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