(RMC Athletics release)
RED LODGE – After winning all four Slalom races on Saturday, Rocky Mountain College’s ski teams finished the weekend by sweeping Montana State during the four Giant Slalom races on Sunday.
The women team took home the team titles after claiming the top three finishes in both of their races. Powering the ski team’s success was Emeline Lafarge who finished first in both races with times of 78.84 and 80.72.
Hannah Clancy took in the initial race with a time of 79.06 while finishing in third, behind Rocky’s Carina Bracy, on a time of 84.72 in the second race.
Bracy took second on a time of 84.09 in the second race after finishing in third with a time of 80.54 earlier in the day.
After winning the initial race with a total time of 218.67, Rocky’s men tied the Bobcats with identical times of 236.67 in the second race. Rocky won the tiebreaker with 10 individual place points to Montana State’s 12.
Sean McCormick took first with a combined time of 70:35 in the first race, but did not finish his first run in the second race.
Andraz Reich-Pogladic finished in fifth in the opening race, but improved to a first place finish after his second run with a total time of 72.78.
Esten Falksete finished in second in both races with combined times of 72.04 and 73.52.
While finishing in ninth in the first race, Liam Moya took seventh later in the day with a combined time of 90.37.
The ski racing teams will compete next on Feb. 16-18 at the Northern USSA Qualifier at Montana Snowbowl.