On Saturday, the Olympic Sports Complex luge track hosted the Youth National Luge Championships. 48 of the best male and female competitors in the country competed in two age divisions—Youth A, which was for competitors aged 15 to 17 and Youth B, which was for children aged 14 and under.

Talia Tonn of Cecil, Wisconsin won the Youth A girls race with a two-run total time of 1 minute, 31.765 seconds. Sadie Martin, a resident of Vermontville, finished third in 1:32.359, behind Caylin Weaver of Indianapolis, Indiana, in second place.

Potsdam’s Seth Coates won the gold medal for boys in Youth A. In 1:32.154, he reached the finish line. The silver medal was won by Josh Berzowski from Pulaski, Wisconsin, in 1:32.950, while the bronze went to Andrew Robertson from South Jordan, Utah, in 1:34.121.

In 1:35.932, Tristan Gable, a resident of Camano Island, Washington, set the fastest time in the Youth B boys division. The son of two Olympic luge competitors, Lake Placid’s Maxim Zayonc, finished.015 behind Gable in 1:35.947. Landon Kozik of Norfolk, Massachusetts won the bronze in 1:37.896.

Delilah Salgado of Ashland, Massachusetts won the Youth B girls’ event in 1:36.907. Miriel Schomaker of Park City, Utah, won the silver medal with a time of 1:42.089. Emmelina Campos of Clarendon Hills, Illinois, won the bronze medal with a time of 1:43.272.

As part of the team’s annual Running of the Balls fundraiser, 1,666 lacrosse balls were released down the luge track following the race.

The Norton Masters National Championship at Lake Placid on April 13 will serve as the official conclusion of the USA Luge season.

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