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College skiing: Schommer leads Saints at nationals

Paul Schommer led St. Scholastica's efforts at the U.S. National Skiing Championships in Midway, Utah, on Saturday by finishing sixth in the central region NCAA qualifier and 45th overall.

Paul Schommer led St. Scholastica's efforts at the U.S. National Skiing Championships in Midway, Utah, on Saturday by finishing sixth in the central region NCAA qualifier and 45th overall.

Schommer was timed in 42 minutes, 39.0 seconds at Soldier Hollow Cross Country Ski Resort.

Adam Martin, a Northern Michigan University freshman, posted his first CCSA win in a time of 40:39.8, good enough for 15th overall. Alaska Fairbanks' Logan Hanneman took second in 41:17.4.

Chris Parr finished ninth in the CCSA in 43:23.3 for 60th overall, while sophomore Joe Dubay finished 18th in the CCSA to round out the Saints' scoring in 45:46.6. The Saints finished fourth in the CCSA team standings with 28 points. Northern Michigan won with 43 points, Alaska was second with 39 and Michigan Tech finished third with 33.

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