There were 83 riders from lots of clubs competing at the Snowboard Outreach Series slopestyle event Sunday in Steamboat Springs.
But a glance at the final results made it clear that the members of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club dominated the event.
At the end of the day Steamboat riders Chloe Banning, Matt Ladley, Davis Johnson, Theresa Ward, Carter Smalley, Madeline Schaffrick, Ben Siegel and Kenzie Rowland had captured eight of the 15 divisions in the SOS event, which was held at the SoBe Terrain Park at the Steamboat Ski Area.
"We tend to dominate the SOS series," Winter Sports Club coach Cactus Nemec said. "We have some really good kids and some great coaches. I wasn't surprised by the finishes at all."
On the girls side, Banning topped the Menehune girls division for riders between 10 and 11. Ward won the senior women for riders between 23 and 29, and Schaffrick topped teammate Summer Smalley to win the Grommet girls division for riders between 8 and 9. Kenzie Rowland won the open women's class.
On the boys side, Johnson recorded the second highest score of the day (30.55) to win the highly competitive junior men's division for riders between the ages of 16 and 17.
Steamboat swept the podium in the age class with Brad Saunders taking second and Nathan Rothe placing third. Steamboat's Nick Little was fourth and Frank Chilleni was seventh.
'To sweep that division says a lot about the club," Nemec said. "It's probably the most competitive group."
Ladley topped one of the biggest age classes by winning the Breaker Boys, for riders between 12 and 13 years of age, with a score of 27.6.
Avon's Zac Layman netted 27.1 points to finish second and Steamboat's Ryan Oleski, who scored 26.9 points, placed third.
Blake Eddington was fourth with 25.8 points, Stefan Zittel was fifth with 25.3 points and Max Erickson was seventh with 24.2 points. Jake Eagerton was ninth, Dominick Chilleni was 10th and Mick Dierdorff came in 11th.
Carter Smalley won the Ruggie boys division for riders younger than 7 by topping teammate Nikolas Baden in the final results.
Steamboat also swept the Grommet boys division (8-9) thanks to a first from Siegel, second by Jake Teuton and a third from Kai Rogers.
Nemec said the crews at the Steamboat Ski Area came through at crunchtime to make the Steamboat event top rate.
"Those guys really came through in the clutch," Nemec said. "We couldn't do this type of event without the help of the Steamboat Ski Area."