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Hight, both Teters qualify for Mammoth finals

Three South Shore halfpipe riders advanced to Wednesday’s finals of the U.S. Snowboard Grand Prix at Mammoth Mountain.

Elena Hight finished sixth in women’s qualifying Tuesday with a score of 40.5. Hannah Teter of Meyers was second to Kelly Clark with the scores of 43.9 and 46.5, respectively.

Shaun White of Carlsbad, Calif., towered over the men’s field, scoring 47.1 on his best run, while Elijah Teter of Meyers qualified sixth at 43.0.

Truckee’s Andy Finch placed 14th to make the finals.

Practice for Wednesday’s finals begins at 11 a.m. Finals are set to begin at noon.

Qualifying for a second halfpipe will start at 9:30 a.m. Friday and finals are scheduled for noon to 1:30 p.m. on Saturday. The busy week will conclude with a slopestyle event on Sunday. Slopestyle qualifying is from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. Thursday, and finals are set for 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday.

Tahoe Paradise’s Jamie Anderson is expected to compete in slopestyle.

U.S. Snowboarding Grand Prix

At Mammoth Mountaain

Tuesday’s Qualifying

Men’s Halfpipe Sores

Heat One

Shaun White 47.1

Jeff Batchelor 43.8

Louie Vito 43.4

Broc Waring 42.2

Matt Ladley 39.7

Scotty Lago 39.6

Steve Fisher 39.6

Ross Baker 37.7

Danny Kass 37.7

Ben Watts 35.3

Heat Two

Greg Bretz 45.9

Danny Davis 43.3

Elijah Teter 43.0

Justin Lamoureux 41.3

JJ Thomas 41.2

Jack Mitrani 40.7

Andy Finch 39.0

Brennen Swanson 39.0

Mathieu Crepel 38.9

Brad Martin 38.4

Women’s Halfpipe Scores

Kelly Clark 46.5

Hannah Teter 43.9

Gretchen Bleiler 43.1

Ellery Hollingsworth 42.4

Madeline Schaffrick 41.9

Elena Hight 40.5

Clair Bidez 39.9

Holly Crawford 39.0

Kaitlyn Farrington 38.9

Kelly Marren 37.8

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