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March 27th, 2015
Cycling season begins this weekend on the Eastside, with the Eastside Velo Club leading a full season of rides and events.
For more information on the blu's schedule, visit the Eastside Velo web site by clicking here.
Although Amon-Franceschi didn’t win for the U14 boys, his fast skiing helped his Two Nil Team take the win for the third race and the Overall win for the series.
For full coverage of the races, along with many more photos, see the March 26 edition of the Mammoth Times, or subscribe to the E-Edition by clicking here.
Mammoth High School and Middle School Nordic teams completed their regular seasons at the North Tahoe Pursuit held at Auburn Ski Club (ASC) on February 13.
Up next for the teams will be CNSSIF State Championships to be held Feb 28 at ASC.
Move over.becasued the pros are all in town for the U.S. Grand Prix—a top tier snowboarding and freeskiing event featuring both halfpipe and slopestyle competitions.
It is ongoing, February 4-7, with the top U.S. Snowboarders and Freeskiers ready to take on the Super Duper Halfpipe, among other Slopestyle featrues.
The "Raise The ‘Raise The Roof" fundraising campaign on behalf of the Mammoth Ice Rink starts Tuesday, Feb. 3 and continues on Thursday and Sunday with men’s hockey action.
At stake is nothing less than “The Guzzle Cup” and a $100 bar tab at Grumpy’s.
Mammoth Mountain women snowboarders STOMPED the X Games last weekend in Aspen.
Chloe Kim, 14, won in the Super Pipe, dethroning Mammoth’s Kelly Clark at the top of the podium and becoming the youngest winner of an X Games event ever.
November 12th, 2014
The Mammoth Huskies volleyball team will face the Titans of Grand Terrace High School in the first round of the CIF Southern Section Division 4A playoffs on Tuesday, Nov. 11 at Mammoth High School.
The Mammoth Huskies volleyball teams both lost tough matches to the Desert Scorpions Tuesday evening, Oct. 28, at Mammoth High School.
The problem with having a Homecoming game so close to Halloween is that a good-time vibe can turn scary in about 24 minutes flat.
The Mammoth Huskies this past week placed themselves firmly in contention for another possible Desert Mountain League title.
Playing with a new lineup and with a fair measure of desperation, the Huskies on Friday, Oct. 17, did what no other Mammoth team had done in four years.
Led by Sierra Gilfoy. Callie Mowat and Amanda Kirkeby, the Huskies defeated Desert Christian in straight sets, 25-21, 25-22 and 25-23 at Mammoth High School.
Maybe Homecoming can be a charm for the Mammoth Huskies.
Having lost three straight games—the latest a 37-8 mashup at Excelsior (Victorville) on Friday, Oct. 17—the Dogs come back to Gault/McClure Stadium for a collision with Desert Mountain League rival Vasquez on Friday night.
It is Homecoming, and whatever boost that might give the Huskies, they’ll take in.
In their three consecutive defats, Mammoth has been outscored 95-20, the big one a 50-12 defeat at home to Desert on Oct. 10.
Chip White is back, not that he ever really left, exactly.
The former U.S. Olympic Team ski coach, who has lived in Mammoth for 36 years, this past week signed on as the head Alpine coach of the Mammoth Mountain Ski and Snowboard Team (MMST).
White brings 18-years of World Cup and Olympic coaching experience with the U.S. Ski Team and is a long-time member of the Mammoth Lakes community.
Remember those debates about whether the Pac-12 could overtake the SEC as America's best conference? Well, week five is all Campus Insiders' Pete Fiutak needed to see. He explains why fans out west need to lower expectations... a lot.
About the only thing the Mammoth Huskies had to fight on Friday night, Sept. 25 was the wind.
Powered by an overwhelming offensive attack anchored by running backs Steven Orrick and Logan DeAngelis, the Huskies powered their way to a 48-8 victory over Riverside Prep at Gaul/McClure Stadium.
It was the conference opener in the High Desert League.