RED LODGE — Rocky Mountain's Frida Svedberg and Andraz Reich-Pogladic took first place in the women's and men's races at a USCSA Grand Teton Conference meet at Red Lodge Mountain on Sunday.
Rocky Mountain's men and women topped Montana State, with the Rocky men scoring 8 points to MSU's 16 and the Rocky women scoring 8 points to MSU's 16.
Svedberg took first place in the women's races with times of 67.71 and 70.36. Reich-Pogladic topped the men's events with times of 64.61 and 65.26.
Erik Hogbom earned second place for Rocky Mountain in each of the men's races with times of 65.66 and 65.57.
Rocky's Zoe Profit took second place in the first women's slalom run (68.53) and Camille Virelaude took second in the second women's run (70.69).
Both teams from Rocky Mountain and Montana State are moving on to the USCSA Western Region Championships in McCall, Idaho, on Feb. 23-25.