RED LODGE — With a pair of slalom races on Saturday, the Rocky Mountain College men's and women's ski teams finished ahead of Montana State University at the USCSA Grand Teton MSU competition.
Rocky's women finished first in both races with total times of 190.93 and 216.83.
Emeline Lafarge finished the initial slalom race in first with a combined time of 60.43. Lafarge's initial run of 29.98 was the fastest of the day for the women. The senior from Chamonix, France, did not finish her second run during the second race.
Hannah Clancy finished in second during the initial race with a total time of 63.72, but did not finish her first run during the second race.
After finishing fourth in the first race with a combined time of 66.78, Larissa Saarel took first later on in the day with a total time of 69.96.
The men's ski racing teams also finished in first in both races with times of 180.71 and 176.32.
Esten Falksete and Sean McCormick took the top two times in both races.
Falksete finished the first race with a total time of 55.83 and the second race in 57.37. His 27.66 run counted as the fastest.
McCormick finished with a total time of 58.55 in the first race and 58.64 in the second.
With a combined time of 66.33, Andraz Reich-Pogladic took fifth in the first race. He improved to a total time of 60.31 in the second race to finish in third.
The ski racing teams will next compete on Feb. 16-18 at the Northern USSA Qualifier at Montana Snowbowl.