Penalties, turnovers: Skyhawks beat themselves

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Penalties, turnovers: Skyhawks beat themselves

FLC football loses the battle of the beatens to Western State
Cornerback E.J. Kreis and Western State used a bend-don’t-break defense to keep wide receiver Ethan Klaseen and Fort Lewis College out of the end zone Saturday as the Mountaineers picked up their first win of the season in an 18-6 victory.
FLC quarterback Tim Jenkins threw for 249 yards, but the Skyhawks were turned away without points four times from inside the Western State 30-yard line in an 18-6 loss Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field.
Ed Rifilato’s defense helped Fort Lewis College hold a 306-266 advantage in total yards, but a handful of untimely penalties kept Western State scoring drives alive in an 18-6 victory for the away team.
Lukas Adams and Western State sucked the momentum from Terry Begaye and Fort Lewis College with a touchdown to take the lead in the final minute of the first half Saturday. The Mountaineers won the battle of the winless teams.
Jonathan Price had six catches for 34 yards in the Skyhawks’ 18-6 loss to Western State on Saturday.
Doyle Bode caught four passes for 30 yards, but the Skyhawks came up short against Western State in a battle of winless Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football teams.
FLC tried to use quarterback Tim Jenkins more liberally in the running game, but Western State was up to the task, allowing just 60 total rushing yards Saturday.

Penalties, turnovers: Skyhawks beat themselves

Cornerback E.J. Kreis and Western State used a bend-don’t-break defense to keep wide receiver Ethan Klaseen and Fort Lewis College out of the end zone Saturday as the Mountaineers picked up their first win of the season in an 18-6 victory.
FLC quarterback Tim Jenkins threw for 249 yards, but the Skyhawks were turned away without points four times from inside the Western State 30-yard line in an 18-6 loss Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field.
Ed Rifilato’s defense helped Fort Lewis College hold a 306-266 advantage in total yards, but a handful of untimely penalties kept Western State scoring drives alive in an 18-6 victory for the away team.
Lukas Adams and Western State sucked the momentum from Terry Begaye and Fort Lewis College with a touchdown to take the lead in the final minute of the first half Saturday. The Mountaineers won the battle of the winless teams.
Jonathan Price had six catches for 34 yards in the Skyhawks’ 18-6 loss to Western State on Saturday.
Doyle Bode caught four passes for 30 yards, but the Skyhawks came up short against Western State in a battle of winless Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football teams.
FLC tried to use quarterback Tim Jenkins more liberally in the running game, but Western State was up to the task, allowing just 60 total rushing yards Saturday.
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