RED LODGE — The Rocky Mountain College women won the slalom competition for the USCSA Grand Teton Stano Cup on Friday.
The event continues on Saturday at Red Lodge Mountain with the men's and women's giant slalom races.
The men's slalom race on Friday was cancelled due to weather conditions, according to Rocky coach Jerry Wolf.
The Battlin' Bears were first, followed by Utah and Montana State among the competing collegiate teams.
Skiers from the Bridger Ski Foundation in Bozeman swept the top three places.
Callie Dahlberg won the first run with a time of 51.46 seconds and followed with a time of 52.99 on her second run for a total of 1:44.45. She edged teammate Riley Asbell by .22 seconds. Octavia Fischer of BSF was third in 1:46.41.
Rocky's top finisher was Hannah Clancy, who placed fourth with a total time of 1:46.41. Teammate Carina Bracy was seventh (1:50.61), while Emily Aga was 14th (1:59.44.
Several different ski teams compete on day one of the Stano Cup Tech Series at Red Lodge Mountain on Friday.
Jessica King of BSF won the second run with a time of 49.38 seconds, the only skier to go better than 50 seconds.