Robb Nisbet won the 30 + category at the first Trix in the Stix competition MArch 3.

Trix in the Stix Results

Rayz Boardshop hosted their Inaugural Trix in the Stix on Hudson Bay Mountain March 3.

9 – Under Girls Snowboard

1 – Katie Peterson

2 – Megan Fraser

 

Women’s Open – Snowboard

1 – Mindy Hebert

2 – Mikayla Moore

3 – Dyllan Blewett

 

Women’s Open – Ski

1 – Zoe Blewett

2 – Anneka Hodson

3 – Deidre

 

9 – under Snowboard

1 – Tosh Krauskopf

2 – Toan Krauskopf

3 – Luke Pali

 

9 – under Ski

1 – Caleb Smale

2 – Darcy Fraser

3 – Parker Nasichuck

 

10 – 13 – Snowboard

1 – Caden Forster

2 – Jayden Haskins

3 – Cole Pali

 

10 – 13 – Ski

1 – Justin Terasoff

2 – Trevor Flegel

3 – Jared Thorton

 

14 – 17 – Snowboard

1 – Austin Arnett

2 – Cubby Gunster

3 – Trenton Bruhjell

 

14 – 17 – Ski

1 – Jon Webb

2 – Collin Forster

3 – Greg Humble

 

18 – 29 – Snowboard

1 – Kenny Thomas

2 – Ezra Brousseau

3 – Curtis Turchinsky

 

18 – 29 – Ski

1 – Tim Smith

2 – Quin Hill

3 – Luke Fokkens

 

30 + – Snowboard

1 – Robb Nisbet

2 – Andrew Wille

3 – Jason Krauskopf

 

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