The downhillers are the only skiers in action, and they are back on the slopes in Casper for a second straight weekend.

Alpine Skiing

It’s the third set of races for alpine skiing, and the Cody Invite has been moved to Hogadon Basin Ski Area on Casper Mountain.

The racing was scheduled for Red Lodge, MT, but with a lack of snow, the race had to be moved.

The schedule, subject to change, is for racing on ‘Dreadnaught’ run both days. The plan is for giant slalom Friday and slalom on Saturday. The Cody Invite will start at 11 a.m. on Friday and 9:45 a.m. on Saturday.

Cody is the host to the two Casper schools, Kelly Walsh and Natrona County, plus Jackson, Laramie, and Pinedale, for action on the slopes.

Friday Giant Slalom Results

Jackson sweeps the top three spots in the girls' varsity division. Taylor Smith won with a combined time of 1:19.16 over two runs.

The Broncs went 1-4 in the boys' varsity division. Eddie Owens of Jackson had a two-run time of 1:19.17 for a victory by 0.13 seconds.

Team Scores After Day 1

Girls -- Cody 54, Jackson 51, Natrona County 35, Pinedale 14, Laramie 11, Kelly Walsh 8

Boys -- Jackson 66, Cody 35, Laramie 27, Kelly Walsh 17, Natrona County 16, Pinedale 10

Saturday Slalom Results

Jackson's Morgan Kilman wins the girls' race in 1:32.32. She led the Broncs to a sweep of the top three and four of the top five positions.

Charlie Hoelscher of Jackson wins the boys' slalom in 1:31.66. His margin of victory was over five seconds. The Broncs swept the top five spots.


Girls Team Scores: Jackson 116, NC 77, Cody 75, Laramie 30, Pinedale 25, KW 21

Boys Team Scores: Jackson 146, Cody 66, Laramie 47, NC 42, KW 30, Pinedale 11

Nordic Skiing

For the first time since a delayed start to the season, the cross country skiers are off from high school competition this weekend.

They return for another invite at Lander next weekend.

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