The loneliest number

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The loneliest number

No. 1 FLC loses its first game of the regular season
It was that kind of day for Cory Dean and top-ranked Fort Lewis College. No. 18 Metro State scored the game’s lone goal on a penalty kick, then held on for the 1-nil upset Friday at Dirks Field, the Skyhawks’ first loss this season.
Jordan Alexander and No. 1 FLC couldn’t hold off Andrew Mejia and No. 18 Metro State on Friday afternoon at Dirks Field. Mejia’s Roadrunners ran away with a 1-nil upset against the previously unbeaten Skyhawks.
With a pair of goals in as many games, Derek Freeman and his Skyhawks were shut out Friday by Metro State keeper Shailer Thomas and defender Andrew Mejia.
Jeremy Brooks and the 18th-ranked Roadrunners kicked Derek Freeman and No. 1 FLC from the ranks of the unbeatens Friday at Dirks Field.
FLC wasn’t without its scoring chances. Alberto Capdepon-Rodriguez’s free kick for the Skyhawks in the 78th minute found just enough of the opposing goalkeeper’s fingers to deflect off the crossbar.
Jeremy Brooks and Berekk Blackwell fight for a 50-50 header during Friday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game at Dirks Field.
Casey Dean’s cross in the 62nd minute found Thomas Hoang’s head (pictured), but Metro keeper Shalier Thomas got a piece of the shot to tip it over the crossbar, and Thomas snuffed Hoang’s volley attempt three minutes later.
To add insult to injury for FLC, Thomas Hoang took his second yellow card of the game in the 81st minute and was ejected, meaning he’ll be unavailable for Sunday’s key RMAC matchup with Regis.

The loneliest number

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It was that kind of day for Cory Dean and top-ranked Fort Lewis College. No. 18 Metro State scored the game’s lone goal on a penalty kick, then held on for the 1-nil upset Friday at Dirks Field, the Skyhawks’ first loss this season.
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Jordan Alexander and No. 1 FLC couldn’t hold off Andrew Mejia and No. 18 Metro State on Friday afternoon at Dirks Field. Mejia’s Roadrunners ran away with a 1-nil upset against the previously unbeaten Skyhawks.
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With a pair of goals in as many games, Derek Freeman and his Skyhawks were shut out Friday by Metro State keeper Shailer Thomas and defender Andrew Mejia.
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Jeremy Brooks and the 18th-ranked Roadrunners kicked Derek Freeman and No. 1 FLC from the ranks of the unbeatens Friday at Dirks Field.
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FLC wasn’t without its scoring chances. Alberto Capdepon-Rodriguez’s free kick for the Skyhawks in the 78th minute found just enough of the opposing goalkeeper’s fingers to deflect off the crossbar.
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Jeremy Brooks and Berekk Blackwell fight for a 50-50 header during Friday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference game at Dirks Field.
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Casey Dean’s cross in the 62nd minute found Thomas Hoang’s head (pictured), but Metro keeper Shalier Thomas got a piece of the shot to tip it over the crossbar, and Thomas snuffed Hoang’s volley attempt three minutes later.
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To add insult to injury for FLC, Thomas Hoang took his second yellow card of the game in the 81st minute and was ejected, meaning he’ll be unavailable for Sunday’s key RMAC matchup with Regis.
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