In the qualification round, Scott advanced in fifth place and Willcox in ninth to the 12-woman final. In the first round of finals both athletes performed full-full double twisting double backflips to make it through to the top six super-final in first and second place with 84.73 and 80.32 points respectively.
In the super-final medal round, Scott performed the more difficult double full-full triple twisting double back somersault jump, scoring 81.42 points to take the bronze medal, her 20th career podium.
“It was frustrating, I really wanted to put down a better jump today, but the speed was all over the place," said the 33-year-old Scott.
“It’s been really tricky with these conditions, so frustrated with that unfortunately, but very grateful to still be on the podium.”
Willcox jumped a lay-full single twisting double back somersault to score 66.41 points in the super-final, giving her a final ranking of fifth, extending her career best super-final streak to three appearances.
In first place was American Winter Vinecki who scored 97.88 points on her triple back somersault, with Meiting Chen of China in second with 88.12 points.
With one World Cup event remaining in the season, Vinecki has now moved back into first place on the rankings on 352 points, with Scott trailing by 12 points.
Brisbane based Willcox moved up one place to be ranked a career best seventh.
The final event will take place on March 10 in Almaty, Kazakhstan, where Scott can secure back-to-back Crystal Globes with a good performance in the super-final, and if she finishes ahead of Vinecki.