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PHOTOS: State skiing championships, Feb. 28-29

More Steamboat Springs High School skiers than ever competed at the Colorado State Skiing Championships at Maloit Park and Beaver Creek on Feb. 28-29.

A Steamboat Springs athlete competes in the state skiing at Maloit Park on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs sophomore Catcher Weynand competes at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs senior Gabe Rabanal competes in skate skiing at the state skiing at Maloit Park on Feb. 28-29.
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A Steamboat Springs girls Alpine skier clears a gate at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs athlete Caleb Haack grimaces while competing in the state skiing at Maloit Park on Feb. 28-29.
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A Steamboat Springs skier competes at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs senior Mitch Meissner tries to speed by an Eagle Valley skier during the state skiing at Maloit Park on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs skier Kai Scott focuses on the gate ahead of him at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs junior Sumner Cotton battles to the front of a pack during the state skiing at Maloit Park on Feb. 28-29.
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Sam Clyncke eyes the course in front of him at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs senior Maggi Congdon competes at the state skiing at Maloit Park on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs junior Alden Wade competes at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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Steamboat Springs senior Alex Blair barrels down the course at the state skiing championships on Feb. 28-29.
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