Four podium finishes in the two races on Saturday helped Dartmouth extend its lead over host Vermont to 54 points going into the final day of the carnival.
Freshman Alexa Dlouhy and senior Brendan Tannenbaum are coming through in the clutch for the Big Green.
Alexa Dlouhy won her third straight slalom and Foreste Peterson took second to lift Dartmouth ahead of the host Catamounts at the Vermont Carnival.
Both Thomas Woolson and Foreste Peterson finished third in their respective giant slalom races on the first day of competition at the Vermont Carnival.
The Nordic teams did just enough to fend off Vermont and stay ahead of New Hampshire to end the Catamounts' 20-carnival win streak.
Alexa Dlouhy won the slalom for the second straight week while Fabian Stocek led the Big Green Nordic skiers on Saturday to boost Dartmouth into the lead at the Colby Carnival.
Foreste Peterson zipped down the slopes with the fastest time on each run to win the women's giant slalom at the Colby Carnival, while Thomas Woolson made a trip to the podium in third for the men.
Frozen surfaces are the ties that bind this week's two athletes of the week. Alpine skiing and ice hockey both had successful weekends.
After winning the giant slalom and placing fourth in the slalom at the Bates Carnival, sophomore Kelly Moore earned the first weekly honor for a women's alpine skier this season.
Fabian Stocek was one of three Dartmouth skiers to earn a spot on the podium during the races on the final day of competition at the Bates Carnival on Saturday.
The Dartmouth ski team kicked off carnival season today with a terrific showing, particularly by the women in both the alpine and Nordic disciplines.
Dartmouth alumna Sophie Caldwell '12 won the women's 1.2-kilometer sprint in the Tour de Ski in Obertsdorf, Germany, for her first World Cup victory.