Trevor Maxwell of West Linn will be tough to beat.

Oregon's top high school racers will compete for state championships in slalom and giant slalom Thursday, March 6 and Friday, March 7 at Mt. Hood Meadows.

The girls GS will be held on Middle Fork on Thursday, March 6. The boys slalom also will be Thursday, on Stadium.

The girls slalom on Stadium and boys GS on Middle Fork are scheduled for Friday, March 7.

The awards ceremony will be in the main lodge at 3 pm Friday.

Trevor Maxwell of West Linn High School will be a strong favorite after winning all six Three Rivers League races this season, three slaloms and three giant slaloms.

Emily Sarich of Parkrose also is looking strong going into states, with five victories in six league races.

Mt. Hood Ski League champion Hood River Valley will also send a talented team, with standouts Austin Keillor, William Lamer, Charlie Sutherland, Chase Lariza, Lucy Mclean, Korey Cimock, and Kelli Clarke.

Jenna Jansky and Andis Solomon of Jesuit are also solid contenders, and Jesuit will be hard to beat in team competition.

For full start times by discipline, check the OISRA website here.

Here is a list of Mount Hood-based high school racers who qualified for states:

Metro Ski League Girls

Metro Ski League Boys

Three Rivers League Girls

Three Rivers League Boys

Mt. Hood Ski League Girls

Mt. Hood Ski League Boys