Steamboat Springs Steamboat Springs skiers Emily Heller and Kyle Scoby led the Winter Sports Club's freestyle team in Aspen last weekend.
Heller topped the women's open moguls Saturday with 24.98 points. She topped teammates Eric Damon (23.82), who finished second, and Gina Gmeiner (23.75), who finished in third place.
That same day, Breckenridge's Kris Pepe topped the men's event.
The top Steamboat finisher was Luke Vincent in seventh. He was followed by a crowd of local skiers including Scott Vos in eighth, Brian Klem in ninth and Tom Halverson in 10th.
Jarrett Arguelles was 13th and Collin Shinabarker was 16th in the field of more than 70 skiers.
On Sunday, Steamboat's Scoby won the men's event by scoring 26.25 points on his runs to beat out second-place finisher Spence Steele of Summit.
Steamboat's Klem was fifth, Voss came in sixth, Halverson was eighth and Shinabarker was 10th.
In other skiing news, the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club's nordic combined team competed in the second Rocky Mountain Division meet of the season in Winter Park.
Ethan Johnson led the way for the local team by beating teammate Bryan Fletcher by 54 seconds in the J-2 men's class, which was held on the K-60 jumps in Winter Park.
Steamboat skiers Patrick Weston won the J-6 class, Charlie Stoddard won the J-5 class, Taylor Fletcher won the J-4 class and Andy Garber was the winner in the J-3 class.
Steamboat dominated the competition by taking the top three spots in every class at the Winter Park meet.