ASHLAND—On any given Saturday during ski season, Mt. Ashland has up to 25 lift attendants working.
Two of them are best friends, from the turf at Southern Oregon University to the terrain at Mt. Ashland.
Going from punting to powder, and kicking to hitting kickers, the SOU special teams unit of Jaxon Clark and Marcus Montano has been working at the mountain since December.
NewsWatch 12’s Jake Garcia documents their responsibilities and how their friendship that started on the gridiron has now reached the groomers.
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