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ThunderWolves can’t keep pace with FLC

Skyhawks’ complete performace earns a signature W
Pagosa Springs product Mary Brinton came off the Fort Lewis College bench to lead the Skyhawks’ reserves with 13 points. FLC was led by a well-rounded effort in a key 78-64 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory over CSU-Pueblo on Friday night at Whalen Gymnasium.
Fort Lewis guard Gabby Sandoval hit a free throw late that helped FLC ice a convincing 14-point victory over CSU-Pueblo on Friday.
Fort Lewis guard Kylie Santos’ 3-pointer in the second half helped FLC balloon its lead to as big as 21 points before putting away CSU-Pueblo 78-64 on Friday.
Erika Richards was one of five Skyhawks in double figures with 11 points, and she helped key a stellar rebounding effort by the Fort Lewis guards in a victory over CSU-Pueblo on Friday.

ThunderWolves can’t keep pace with FLC

Pagosa Springs product Mary Brinton came off the Fort Lewis College bench to lead the Skyhawks’ reserves with 13 points. FLC was led by a well-rounded effort in a key 78-64 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference victory over CSU-Pueblo on Friday night at Whalen Gymnasium.
Fort Lewis guard Gabby Sandoval hit a free throw late that helped FLC ice a convincing 14-point victory over CSU-Pueblo on Friday.
Fort Lewis guard Kylie Santos’ 3-pointer in the second half helped FLC balloon its lead to as big as 21 points before putting away CSU-Pueblo 78-64 on Friday.
Erika Richards was one of five Skyhawks in double figures with 11 points, and she helped key a stellar rebounding effort by the Fort Lewis guards in a victory over CSU-Pueblo on Friday.
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