Alpine racer Drew Roberts posted a 10th-place finish Sunday at the Oroweat U.S. Alpine Championships in Mammoth Mountain.
Roberts, one of several Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club racers in California this week for the national championships, posted a two-run total of 1 minute, 41.07 seconds in Sunday's slalom en route to the top finish. Utah racer Ted Ligety won the race in a time of 1:37.54. New Hampshire's James Cochran was second (1:39.26), and Canadian racer Brad Spence came in third (1:40.21).
Vail's Sarah Schleper took the women's title with a time of 1:49.20. She beat Minnesota's Kristina Koznick, who was second at 1:49.39, and California racer Julia Mancuso, who crossed the finish line at 1:50.55.
Steamboat's Lisa Perricone placed 18th in Saturday's women's super-G race, posting her top finish of the week.
Perricone finished the race in a time of 1:26.12. Vermont's Bryna McCarthy topped the women's field in a time of 1:22.44. Mancuso was second at 1:22.65, and Canadian Allison Forsyth was third in a time of 1:22.66.
California racer Daron Rahlves won the men's super-G by crossing the finish line at 1:16.63. Canadian John Kucera (1:17.51) was second, and World Cup champion Bode Miller (1:17.56) was third.
Steamboat racer Patrick Duran was 45th at 1:22.55, Thomas Allen placed 47th at 1:22.82, and Tony Cesolini was 52nd at 1:23.27.
Julia Mancuso was leading the women's giant slalom at the Alpine National Championships on Monday. The men were scheduled to wrap up the championships today with the giant slalom race.