The Rocky Mountain College ski race team swept the Snow Creek Classic, which concluded on Sunday.
Both Rocky's men's and women's teams scored four points overall. The Montana State men's and women's teams totaled eight points.
The overall women's champion was Emeline Lafarge of RMC, while the Battlin' Bears' Sean McCormick was the overall men's champion.
On Sunday, there were two slaloms contested. McCormick won the first one and teammate Jacob Rangnitt the second for the men. On the women's side, Lafarge swept both races.
In the first women's slalom, the Bears' also placed 2-3 with Camille Virelaude and Linnea Baysinger following Lafarge. In the second slalom, Lisa Hiltula was second for RMC and Virelaude thrid.
For the men, McCormick was followed by Bears teammate Adam Garrigus in the first race and MSU's Eric Johnson was third. In race No. 2, Rangnitt led a 1-2-3 RMC finish as Garrigus was once again second and McCormick placed third.