The Edward Little Alpine ski team won the 2019 Class A state championship Friday at Shawnee Peak. (Submitted photo)

BRIDGTON — Edward Little surged past Mt. Blue to claim the girls’ Class A Alpine title at Shawnee Peak on Friday.

Cheverus senior Annesley Black capped her high school skiing career with a sixth straight Alpine title by winning the Class A slalom championship on a day of quickly changing weather.

Elsewhere in team competition, Falmouth withstood the disputed disqualification of its top skier to wrap up a third consecutive boys’ Alpine state title.

Under snowy morning and rainy afternoon conditions with occasional sleet thrown in, Black pulled away from a field of 94 skiers with a combined two-run time more than three seconds ahead of her nearest competitor, in 1 minute, 40.60 seconds.

Fryeburg Academy senior Abby Novia was second in 1:44.13.

For boys, Marshwood sophomore Sean Maguire added slalom to the giant slalom title he won Thursday, besting a field of 88. He was second to Falmouth sophomore A.J. Noyes after one run, but put forth the fastest second run to win by .65 in 1:30.96.

Noyes later was disqualified for swearing, a charge protested without success by Falmouth. Still, his absence simply made Falmouth’s margin of victory over runner-up Mt. Blue a little closer.

This story will be updated.