Steamboat Springs Winter Sports club mogul skiers place in three-day Telluride competition |

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports club mogul skiers place in three-day Telluride competition

Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club teenage giant slalom racers ski for the cake.
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STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Spring Winter Sports Club U17/19 mogul skiers competed at the Divisional Championships at Telluride last weekend.

The first two days of competition were singles while the last day was duals.

Kenzie Radway won the first day of competition and did not compete the other days. Carina Creamer landed her first 360 in competition and collected two top-10 finishes, including third overall and first in her age group in the singles moguls competition.

Riley Hodges took second in her age group on the first day of singles competition, then fifth on the second day and fourth in duals on the third day of competition.

On the men’s side, Charlie Mickel took home two second-place finishes. Xander Tartar-Brown claimed eighth, 13th and 38th during the three days.

To reach Leah Vann, call 970-871-4253, email or follow her on Twitter @LVann_Sports.

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