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Ski Racing

Rocky's Kristian DeWolfe skis the first run in the giant slalom at the Stano Cup ski races at Red Lodge Mountain on Thursday, January 26, 2017.

RED LODGE MOUNTAIN — The Rocky Mountain College men's and women's alpine teams each earned first place at the Stano Cup slalom races on Sunday. 

The Rocky Mountain men, the defending national champions, had a final team score of 252.62 and the women had a final team score of 275.84. 

The Montana State University men and women came in second place. The men had a final score of 297.44 and the women had a final score of 340.93.

The Battlin' Bears' Erik Hogbom was the overall men's winner with a combined run time of 1:22.19. Hogbom was followed by teammates Sean McCormick (1:22.91), and Elis Holmlund (1:27.512).

Rocky Mountain's Zoe Profit was the overall women's winner with a total time of 1:27.84. Profit was followed by Battlin' Bears' Susan Beks (1:33.46) and Camille Virelaude (1:34.54). 

Rocky's next home meet is Feb. 11-12.

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