Johnson leads ski club

Bailey Johnson was part of all the medals picked up by the Red Deer Nordic Ski Club at the Youth provincial cross-country meet during the weekend.

BRAGG CREEK — Bailey Johnson was part of all the medals picked up by the Red Deer Nordic Ski Club at the Youth provincial cross-country meet during the weekend.

Bailey won the U12 title with a gold in the 2.7-kilometre skate race Saturday and a silver in the 2.7km mass start classic Sunday. She also was part of the six-member Red Deer team that won the open team relay and led the Red Deer team to third in the overall aggregate category.

Dallas Zimmerman, Wade Brown, Cody Mast, Kate Marr-Laing and Claire Espey were also on the open relay team.

In other individual competition, Espey was fourth Saturday and fifth Sunday while Zimmerman was fifth in both races while Marr-Laing and Mast were sixth in both races. Devon Saunders was fifth Saturday and seventh Sunday while Brown was seventh both days.

Kurtis Willoughby placed 13th Saturday and 14th Sunday with Naaman Zimmerman 14th and 13th respectively.

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