RED LODGE — Zoe Profit and Andraz Reich-Pogladic were double winners for Rocky Mountain College as the Battlin' Bears skiers swept Montana State University in a pair of slalom races Saturday at Red Lodge Mountain.
Rocky's men topped the USCSA Grand Teton Conference competition by scores of 178.98-213.57 and 177.86-203.93. On the women's side of the Snow Creek Classic, the Bears triumphed 192.49-236.75 and 191.47-232.01.
Profit won with times of 63.06 and 62.2 seconds, while Reich-Pogladic prevailed with runs of 58.9 and 59.06.
Rocky skiers placed 1-2-3-4-5 in all four races.
Frida Svedberg and Elsa Wilhelmson posted second-place showings for the women, while Erik Hogbom was the runner-up to Reich-Pogladic in both of the men's races.
The Rocky and MSU skiers will take part in two giant slalom races apiece on Sunday.