Sean Nurse

Sam Clausen rounds a gate in the giant slalom course Friday during his first run of the Sean Nurse Memorial ski races at Snow King Mountain.

Jackson Hole Ski and Snowboard Club alpine racers got four more days of home racing in at Snow King Mountain over the weekend.

The Sean Nurse Memorial Open Intermountain Cup kicked off Friday, with Bridger Harrison leading the way for the club.

Harrison came away with victories in Friday’s giant slalom and both Sunday’s and Monday’s slalom races.

Grant Hagen was the only other male skier to take a title for the Ski Club, winning Saturday’s giant slalom.

Sophia Tozzi led the club’s women, taking a victory in Sunday’s slalom race.

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