Queensbury teams took second in both relay events and finished second in the team standings on Tuesday as the state Nordic ski championships finished up.
Also Tuesday, Lane Feldeisen of Lake George-North Warren finished second in the giant slalom and was named the overall boys champion in the Alpine events at Bristol Mountain.
At Gore Mountain Ski Bowl, Queensbury’s girls team of Eliza Blood, Bailey Gengel and Emily Atamanchuk finished second in the 3-by-3K skate relay event in 22:58.7. That was 27 seconds behind the winning team from Honeoye Falls-Lima.
The Section II “A” entry of Anna Wiedmann (Shenendehowa), Ava Anderson (Johnsburg) and Maggie Borgos (Queensbury) finished eighth in 24:33.0. Anna Manzella of Queensbury was on the Section II “B” team that finished ninth, while Alexis Bartlett of Queensbury was on the 12th-place team.
Blood was honored with the state sportsmanship award.
The second-place team in the boys relay race was the Queensbury threesome of Brian Beyerbach, Daniel Manzella and Nino Manzella in 19:25.8. The fifth-place team was a Section II entry of James Conway (Queensbury), Seamus Tomb (Johnsburg) and Michael Halligan (Spa Catholic) in 20:38.9.
Erik Schreiner of Hadley-Luzerne and Casey Tomb of Johnsburg were on the eighth-place team. Sullivan Fitzgerald and Aiden Rowley of Queensbury were on the 13th-place team.
In the team scoring, Queensbury’s girls finished 11 points behind first-place Honeoye Falls-Lima while the boys were second to Lake Placid. Section II also finished second in the section scoring for boys and girls.
In the Alpine competition, Feldeisen followed up Monday’s first-place finish in the slalom with Tuesday’s second-place showing in the giant slalom with a two-run time of 1:58.06. His combined showing in the slalom and giant slalom made him overall Alpine boys champion.
Hunter Montgomery of Queensbury took fifth in the boys race (2:01.35) and Stillwater’s Ian Montgomery was seventh (2:03.17).
Maddie Montgomery of Queensbury was the top local finisher in the girls race, taking eighth in 2:04.63. Elizabeth McIntyre of Saratoga was 11th (2:06.38) and Hannah Klingebiel of Schuylerville was 28th (2:13.18).
Section II finished first in team scoring for both boys and girls. McIntyre received the state sportsmanship award.