- Congratulations to Evan Nichols and Aiden Cudhea March 16, 2017Congratulations to Ford Sayre’s Evan Nichols and Aiden Cudhea for their impressive results at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association’s 2017 Junior National Championships at the Norge Ski Club in Fox River Grove, Illinois, two weeks ago! Nichols, a 13-year-old at the Lyme School, and Cudhea, a sophomore at Thetford Academy, were selected to represent the East Division in a nationwide field of athletes. Nichols took first in U-16 individual Nordic combined, edging Concord’s Henry Johnstone by 30 seconds. Cudhea took fifth in U-16 special jumping. The East took third overall. The Valley News published this article in yesterday’s paper Evan Nichols
- U16 Individual Nordic Combined Junior National Champion at just 13 years-old
- U16 Team Nordic Combined Junior National Champion
- U20 Team Special Jumping Bronze Medal
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- 5th Place U16 Special Jumping Junior National Championships
- U20 Team Special Jumping Bronze Medal
- Silver Fox Trot 2017 Results February 11, 2017
- Come Watch 100ft Ski Jumps in the Dark! January 20, 2017
Ford Sayre presents the NH High School (NHIAA) Ski Jumping Competition
- Wednesday, January 25, 2017 at 6:00pm
- Roger Burt Memorial Jump, Oak Hill, Hanover, NH
- Hot Cocoa, Music, Camp Fire, Fun under the Lights
Come watch top High School competitors from around the state soar over 100 feet under the lights at Oak Hill in Hanover. Cheer for the Hanover High jumping team!
Join us for hot cocoa, music and a camp fire. Here are a few photos from 2015.
- From downtown Hanover take Lyme Road (Rt 10 North to the first rotary just before the COOP Foodstore).
- Take the first right off the rotary onto Reservoir Road.
- Reservoir Road comes to a “T” after roughly 0.7 miles.
- Take a left down to the Storrs Pond/Oak Hill ski complex.
- Park there. The jumps are up the hill to the left (hidden by a few trees). From the parking lot you’ll see the lights from the ski jumping complex shining through the trees.
- Ford Sayre Ski Swap; Sunday, 11-6-16 November 5, 2016
Reminder: The Ford Sayre Ski & Winter Sports Sale is Sunday, November 6th from 12:00-2:30 at the Richmond Middle School in Hanover, NH. You’ll find nordic equipment (I’ve shared a preview of what I saw this afternoon), alpine gear, ice skates, and other great used equipment.
There will be a handful of Ford Sayre parents, coaches, and program heads to help answer questions about equipment. The swap is a VERY busy event, so arrive early for your best change of getting good equipment.
Ford Sayre Gear Exchange: If you don’t find what you’re looking for, there is a lot of really nice equipment listed on our family to family Ford Sayre Gear Exchange!
Registration: And, if you haven’t registered for the ski program yet, but still want to do so – head to our online registration page! We’d love to have your child join us this winter.
- Important! Change in e-mail system November 1, 2016
Dear Ford Sayre Families,
ACTION REQUIRED! Please read carefully or you may fail to receive our future e-mails.
We are transitioning to a new e-mail system, so this will be the last e-mail sent using this e-mail group, known as the 2015-2016 BKL 2&3 Day list.
If you have a registered skier in a Grade 3-8 program for the 2016-2017 season, you were automatically subscribed to our new e-mail system and should have received an e-mail earlier this evening. The subject line read: Welcome to the 2016-2017 Ford Sayre Program. This e-mail & all future e-mails are archived on our website. Please check your inbox to confirm receipt.
If you have registered a skier for 2016-2017 & did not receive this Welcome e-mail, please e-mail Jane Phipps at email@example.com
Future e-mails will still come from Ford Sayre BKL (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Junior BKL (email@example.com). Our new system will allow us better channels of communication with less duplication in your inbox, especially if you have multiple kids in the program.
For anyone that wishes to continue receiving BKL e-mails, but will not register for the 2016-2017 season (think non-parent coaches & community members, additional family members, caregivers), please subscribe here.
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