MISSOULA -- Rocky Mountain College skiers Anton Larsson and Isa Floden won slalom races Friday during a Grand Teton Conference meet at Snowbowl.
Freshman Larsson completed two runs in a winning time of one minute, 12 seconds. Rocky skiers swept the top five spots, with Bjorn Tuaz (1:12.99), A.J. Oliver (1:14.25), Jonathan Diem (1:14.67) and Blake Barnes (1:15.86) following Larsson in the standings.
Junior Floden finished with a clocking of 1:25.90 for her two runs. Teammate Mimmi Palovaara was second at 1:28.13.
Alex Guras of Rocky was fourth at 1:28.35, Shannon Hartman was fifth at 1:30.90 and Megan Thees placed seventh at 1:31.54.
Silver Run's Carter Theade placed third for the women at 1:28.24.
Rocky's men and women easily outdistanced skiers from Montana and Montana State in the conference competition.
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The top three Battlin' Bear men finished with a total time of 219.29 seconds, followed by MSU (259.44) and Montana (263.11).
Rocky's women posted a 262.38 score. MSU wound up at 327.52 and Montana 388.47.
Slalom racing will continue on Saturday and Sunday.