Brunswick’s William Kallman posted another second-place finish at a CISL race at Mount Southington on Wednesday night, as the Bruins went 4-0 on the slopes as a team. Kallman earned a silver finish in the opening CISL race back on January 9.
Eliot Hynes (16th) and Cameron Shipman (21st) added top-25 finishes, as Brunswick’s top six skiers raced to a combined, two-run total time of 298.06 seconds. The Bruins bested New Canaan (356.20) and Amity (332.61), while Westbrook and St. Luke’s were disqualified for not having enough racers to complete the two runs.
Brunswick (12-3) returns to CISL team racing with another event at Mount Southington on Wednesday, February 5.