Kendall Kramer dominates day one of State Skiing Championships

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska - The State Skiing Championships began yesterday up on Birch Hill.
It started with the Girls 5 Kilometer Classic race, which was won by a local competitor.
Reigning Skimeister Kendall Kramer earned her first state title of the year by winning the opening race in 15 minutes and 28 seconds, nearly a minute and a half before the second place finisher, West Anchorage's Aubrey Leclair.
Service Skier Garvee Tobin took third place with a 16 minute, 53 second time.
Kendall also won today's Freestyle mass start race, which we will have full results of tomorrow.
In the boy's race from day one, South Anchorage's Zanden McMullen took the state title with a 22 minute, 14 second time.
West Anchorage's Everett Cason took second in 22 minutes and 41 seconds while Alexander Maurer from Service took third 33 seconds later.
Like I mentioned earlier, we will have results from today's races tomorrow in the Saturday edition of the Fairbanks Evening News.
The State Championships will run through Saturday on Birch Hill.