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  • Getting Rad at the Pain McSchl Getting Rad at the Pain McSchlonkey

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      PMS SPREAD

       

      Words and Photos By Seth Lightcap

      What does it take to win the most important ski contest in the history of the world? Superman strength might help, but a mean drunken daffy and seriously fast fruit boot skills are what take home the hardware at the PMS!

      Sunny skies and bottomless whiskey bottles delivered exactly such debaucherous short-ski talents at the 3rd Annual Pain McShlonkey Classic this past weekend. Squaw Valley went off as hundreds of contestants, hecklers and Saucer Boy fans gathered to honor the life and legend of Shane McConkey at the annual celebration.

      Double Huck 

      The radness kicked off Friday night at the over-the-top Shane McConkey Foundation Gala Ball. The silent auction at the Gala raised over $64,000. Foundation director Sherry McConkey was floored by the support and thrilled the foundation could continue to dream big with donation plans that support local environmental education, Make-A-Wish and other R.A.D moves (Random Awesome Deeds).

       

      PMS SHERRY

       

      “My dream is to build a grow dome at Truckee Elementary called the ‘Saucer’ that will teach children environmental and science education while they grow the food they’ll eat in the cafeteria,” said Sherry. “Make-A-Wish is true to Shane’s heart so we hope to make three kids wishes come true plus support the Truckee Pumptrack Project, Human Society and Tahoe Wildlife Society.”

      But lest you think the PMS was all purple rainbows and cuddly puppy moments, the true battle royale commenced bright and early Saturday morning with the Chinese Downhill.

       

      SNOWLERBALDE Downhill

       

      A chiseled collection of the best skiers in the world donned short-skis for a winner takes all race down KT-22. Man-eating moguls and sloppy skiers stood in racer’s paths to win the coveted Golden Saucer.

      Squaw Valley local Amie Engerbretson took the Golden Saucer for the ladies. Outta towner Ryland Mauck-Duff blew away all the dudes and grabbed it for the men.

      Chinese Downhill (Men)

      1. Ryland Mauck-Duff

      2. Ben Paciotti

      3. Nicolas Anderson

      Chinese Downhill (Women)

      1. Amie Engerbretson

      2. Shawna Anzures

      3. Jackie Paaso

       

      PMS POSSE

       

      Can you feel the love for the crazy fun of skiing right here? No doubt Saucer Boy was smiling.

       

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  • Winter Is Back: Things Get Dee Winter Is Back: Things Get Deep In The PNW

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      When it started snowing at Stevens Pass last Friday night, the first 15 inches came in at 5 percent. By Wednesday, 52 inches of snow had fallen on the ski area. Ski reports from Mount Hood Meadows to Mount Baker were white and deep. Twelve inches here, 31 inches there. Just like that, the winter faucet had been turned on.

      Salomon skiers and Tahoe residents Elyse Saugstad and Amie Engerbretson made the trip to Stevens Pass to shoot with photographer Ian Coble.

      “I’m out of my mind,” said Engerbretson. “It was full on blower pow over your head every single run. I haven’t skied that kind of light blower snow that often. It just kept snowing and snowing and snowing. ... It was nice to come up and be reminded that winter does exist.”

      Amie Engerbretson skis Stevens Pass. Photo by Ian Coble.

      Tahoe resident Amie Engerbretson samples the Pacific North West powder at Stevens Pass. Photo by Ian Coble.

      The storm came after weeks of high pressure throughout North America, with ski areas reeling from a decline in skier visits. Saugstad, who said the snow was waist deep, said this storm more than made up for fall-like conditions near her home.

      “It’s been a rough year in Tahoe, but I don’t care,” said Saugstad. “Whenever you get a chance to ski this much snow, in general, it doesn’t matter if you‘ve been having it really good for a long time or not. It feels really good and awesome.”

      While the initial Pacific Northwest storm tapered out, more snow is forecasted in the coming days throughout the west.

      Stevens Pass Director of Marketing Chris Rudolph summed up the change in conditions.

      “It’s gone from zero to hero in the matter of three days.”

      The same storm wreaked havoc on Jackson Hole, dumping 37 inches of snow on the area to date. With up to 21 inches of snow forecasted to fall by Sunday, the skiing has finally gotten good. Below is a photo of TGR athlete Matt Philippi shralping the cowboy powder.

      Matt Philippi photo by Max Santeusanio

      Matt Philippi coming up for air. Photo by Max Santeusanio .

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  • Amie Engerbretson skis Stevens Amie Engerbretson skis Stevens Pass. Photo by Ian Coble.

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      Amie Engerbretson skis Stevens Pass. Photo by Ian Coble.
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