Not really... at all..
Way too soft for that kind of hardcore charging...
I see you're in california.. but you ski crested butte?
I'm just going to suggest getting a mid 90's width ski that can do pretty much everything.. 50/50 park and all mountain stuff. You probably dont need anything TOO fuckin wide and probably wouldnt if you are at least doing park half the time. Here is a list i compiled in another thread.
First, the name of the ski, then the basic width underfoot, and i put in a sort of flex system that I have figured upon each of these skis based on what i've ridden, and what i've heard about each ski. The higher the first number, the softer the ski. The higher the 2nd number, the stiffer... this way you can figure out which are the stiffer skis, and which ones are softer within the category. Enjoy.
Boone 93 waist. (50% park 50% all mountain flex)
4frnt MSP 92 waist. (50/50 flex)
Armada ARV 92-95 waist (70/30 flex)
Volkl Bridge 92 waist (40/60 flex)
Dynastar Big Trouble 92 waist (50/50 flex)
Libtech NAS FR 93 waist (60/40 flex)
High Society FR 92 waist (30/70 flex)
Movement Gladiator 92 waist (not sure)
Ninthward Firstblood 91 waist (30/70 flex)
Line Anthem 93 waist (80/20 flex)
Liberty Hazmat 94 waist (50/50 flex)
Bluehouse MR 93 waist (50/50 flex)
Rossignol BC/Brigade/S5 98-101 waist (60/40 flex)
Moment Tahoe 96 waist (40/60 flex)
The skier formerly known as Rabiddingo66