- Erik Bjornsen, 22, of Winthrop finished first in the men's 15-kilometer freestyle.
- His sister, Sadie Bjornsen, 24, finished second in the women's 10k freestyle and second in the classic sprint.
- Torin Koos of Wenatchee won the men's classic sprint, his seventh U.S. nordic title.
- Annie Pokorny, 20, of Spokane finished fourth in the women's 10k freestyle.
Pokorny, who developed her skills as a teenager with the Spokane Junior Nordic Ski Team, left Lewis and Clark High School to complete her senior year in Sun Valley where she trained with national-class junior skiers. She's skiing collegiately at Middlebury College and has a shot at being named to a U.S. international team.
Sadie Bjornsen, Koos and Pokorny all have the distinction of winning top female or male titles as teenagers at the annual 10K Spokane Langlauf at Mount Spokane.