RUMFORD — The Mt. Blue girls hold a slim lead for the overall Class A skiing title after finishing second Alpine giant slalom race and third in the Nordic freestyle race Thursday at Black Mountain.

Meanwhile, Lucas Bonnevie won the giant slalom race to keep the Mt. Blue boys in the running for the overall title.

The Greely girls took the lead in the Alpine competition, winning the giant slalom 40-54 over Mt. Blue. The Cougars, however, were third in the frestyle with 60 points and holds a 180-205 lead over Oxford Hills in the overall competition.

The Falmouth boys lead Mt. Blue in the chase for the overall title, 99-133.

“It’s going to take a lot for our boys to overcome how good Falmouth is for the overall title,” Mt. Blue Alpine coach Mark Cyr said. “Our girls will need to continue skiing consistently and I think we have a good shot, especially with slalom racing.”

The Class A championship concludes today with the slalom competition.

Bonnevie finished with a two-run time of 1 minutes, 23.50 seconds to beat Falmouth’s Alex Gowen, who finished in 1:24.91.

For the Mt. Blue girls, Heather Farrington finished fourth and teammate Mallory Parker was eight.

“There were a lot of really good skiers racing today,” Farrington said. “This was a quality race, they definitely brought a challenging course and it made it competitive.”

Sarah Wade finished second in the freestyle race, finishing in 15:19.8. Mt. Ararat’s Emma Wood won with a time of 14:56.7.

The Leavitt girls won the Nordic competition, finshing with 62 points. Portland was second with 122, followed by Mt. Blue with 126.

Dustin Staples and Zach Veayo finished eighth and ninth respectively for the Mt. Blue boys in the freestyle race. The Cougars had four skiers in the top 14, including North Kay in 11th and Isaac Doiron in 14th.

“We have accomplished a lot as a team, this season,” Staples said. “It was tough competition but I think we did well and gave our best effort.”

Falmouth won the boys Nordic title with 69 points. Mt. Blue was second with 82.

Kay holds a slim lead 40-42 lead over Deering’s Jakob Chandler in the Skimeister competition. Greely’s Elyse Dinan leads the girls competition.