The inaugural recipient of the WyoPreps Athlete of the Year Award for Boys’ Alpine Skiing, presented by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Wyoming and Wyld Gear, was Jackson Hole High School’s Liam Logan. He was a state champion and all-state skier for the Broncs this year.

Logan won the state title in the giant slalom at the state championships in his hometown in March. His two-run time of 1:34.76 was two seconds better than second place at Snow King Mountain Resort. Logan’s performance helped the Broncs win the team title, as well. It was the 13th straight for Jackson and 43rd in school history. Logan posted five victories during the 2023-24 season. He swept first place at the Kelly Walsh Bruce Studer Memorial races and the Pinedale Invitational, which was held in Jackson. Logan added two second-place finishes.

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WyoPreps spoke with the sophomore about this honor and his season. He was thankful to receive it, described the season as fun, the pressure that goes with skiing at Jackson, what he focused on at races, his love for skiing, how his goggles were knocked off during one of his state title skiing runs, and more.

Congratulations to Liam Logan!

Casper Alpine Skiing Race

Casper Alpine Skiing Race

Gallery Credit: Regalo Photography

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