The Jackson Broncs Alpine teams did what they do best when the calendar turns to March: win state.

The girls’ team won its 14th straight state title (and 43rd in school history), and the boys won their 12th in a row (and 42nd overall) on Saturday at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

State Alpine Meet

State champion Owen Janssen prepares to race Saturday during the Wyoming State High School Alpine Championships at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort. Janssen took first in the boys’ slalom with a best time of 40.03 seconds.

State Alpine Meet

Brooks Heard finishes his race Saturday during the State Alpine Skiing Meet at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

JHHS Alpine champs

The Jackson Hole High School Alpine teams pose at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort on Saturday after winning yet more state titles. The boys won their 12th straight state championship and the girls won their 14th in a row.

State Alpine Meet

Jackson Broncs senior Owen Janssen speeds down the course Saturday during his first-place run in the boys’ slalom. “To put a clean run together, it felt great,” said Janssen, who earned 35 points for the boys, who won their 12th straight state team title.

State Alpine Meet

Jackson Bronc Sydney Bolton goes through a gate Saturday during the state Alpine meet at Jackson Hole Mountain Resort.

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Sports Editor Mark Baker grew up in a newspaper family in TrackTown, USA. He's reported for papers in Oregon, Washington, California and Alabama, but now makes his home at "The End of the Trail."

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