MOUNT HOOD, Ore. — Delilah Cupp of the Mission Ridge Ski Team finished off an impressive weekend of skiing with a second-place showing Monday in the super-G at the J3 Qualifier series at Mount Hood Ski Bowl.
Cupp completed the course in 59.84 seconds, just 31/100th of a second behind winner Jordan Harrison of the Crystal Mountain Alpine Club.
Coupled with her first-place in Saturday’s giant slalom and third-place in Sunday’s super-G, Monday’s performance gave Cupp, 14, three podium trips in as many days.
In the giant slalom Cupp, who was in second after the first run on the day, finished with a combined time of 2:25.29 to edge Jordan Harrison of the Crystal Mountain Alpine Club (2:25.86).
J3 is the classification for skiers aged 13 and 14.
Teammate Gracie Struthers was 12th in 1:02.38.
In the giant slalom, Struthers wound up in sixth place with a time of 2:28.46 at the U.S. Ski and Snowboard Association event.
Teammates Lauren Selland (37th), Katrina Leyh (49th), and Katrina Olson (62nd) also finished.
In the boys super-G, Mission Ridge’s Cole Paton placed 11th by clocking 1:01.16.
It was Paton’s best showing of the Mount Hood series.
He finished 23rd in the same race on Sunday.
Meanwhile, near Jackson Hole, Wyo., three Mission Ridge skiers placed in the top 25 in Monday’s men’s slalom race during the Wild West Classic Elite FIS Series.
Miles Sweek was 19th followed by Carl Noges in 20th and Kristoff Fowler in 22nd place. Another Ridge skier, Travis Ahmann, was 32nd. U.S. Ski Team member Seppi Steigler, of Wilson, Wyo., won for the third consecutive day.
In the women’s slalom, captured by Kiley Staples of the U.S. Ski Team in 1:33.05, Mission Ridge’s Brooke Wales came in 11th in 1:39.34. MRST’s Haley Hanseler was 43rd and Kyla Miller was 49th.