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.
State Championships: A total of 10 NJ high school ski teams will compete. The top 8 teams in the league by winning percentage qualify for States plus the 2 top teams from the Petro Qualifier. 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. Teams need a minimum of 3 races to qualify for States.
Petro Qualifier: The top two girls and boys teams who finish first and second at the Petro Qualifier will advance to the State Championships. This is the absolute last chance to keep the season alive. It's all or nothing. The Petro will be one-run slalom and one-run giant slalom. Each team must have raced as a team in 3 conference league races.
All-League: The Top 33% of NJISRA league racers will earn the title of "All League" and compete at The Race Of Champions.
Individual Points are calculated as follows: The first slalom league race of the season will be scored 25-1 for both genders. All other league conference 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.
* Modified Feb 2 2021: Individual League Points will be the sum of the best 5 conference league runs, in an effort to give an equal chance to racers that were only able to compete in 3 races this season.
All-State: Twelve NJISRA racers will be named "All-State" NJ Boys Team and "All-State" NJ Girls Team based on individual League Points x 0.20 plus the scored points for each of the 4 ROC runs. Each run is scored 20-1.