HCSC 2018: Session 2 Recap

HCSC 2018: Session 2 Recap

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HCSC 2018: Session 2 Recap

Session Two at High Cascade is behind us, but have no fear, this recap immortalizes some of the highlights from this past week so you won’t miss a thing. Our diggers whipped up an entirely new setup and Signature Session™ Pros Jill Perkins, Sam Taxwood, Spencer Schubert and Blake Paul showed up to play around in the snow. The Vans Hi-Standard Series made a stop in our lane as well, and Darrell Mathes was there handing out Van Doren Bucks like hot cakes to anyone throwing down with style. Don’t worry, the party isn’t over yet. Session Three is right around the corner and, you guessed it, we rebuilt the parks once again!

Featuring: Sam Taxwood, Max Warbington, River Richer, Brandon Kirkland, Brendon Rego, Scott Stevens, Cody Warble, Gabe Ferguson, Joey Leon, Sean Neary, and Denver Orr

Filmed by: Brent McCarron Miles Perreault and Kyle Hart Murray

Edited by: Brent McCarron

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