State Championships: This season, every ski team will compete in five scheduled conference races, three slalom, and two giant slalom. These five races determine which teams will move on to compete at the NJ State Championships at the end of the season. The top 8 teams in the league by winning percentage qualify for States. 2 more teams will qualify from Petro qualifier. Petro is one run SL, one run GS. Teams need a minimum of 3 races to qualify for States.
Team Scoring: Each team receives 1 point for each team it beats and 1 point for each team it loses to in a race. To qualify as a team, a team must field 3 racers.
Petro Qualifier: Operates as a GS tune-up for those teams who have already qualified for the State Team Championship and also as a wild card qualifier for those trying to make it to the “Big Dance”. The top two girls and boys team who finishes first and second out of all teams that have not been admitted to states by their record will be granted admittance to states. Each team that is granted the wild card must have raced as a team in 3 out of the 5 league races.
Individual Points To Qualify For Race Of Champions: The first slalom league race will be scored 25-1 for both genders. All other league races will be scored 20-1 for both genders. Individual League Points will be the sum of the best 9 of 10 runs (drop 1 worst run) of the 5 league races.
All-State Points To Qualify For State Team: (Individual League Points x 0.15) plus the scored points for each of the 4 ROC runs.