FLC, Mines: Déjá vu all over again

FLC, Mines: Déjá vu all over again

Skyhawks and Orediggers again play it to the final buzzer
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Matt Mazarei and Fort Lewis College had just enough in the tank to blow past Colorado Mines in overtime, shaking off an 11-0 Orediggers’ run to close regulation to come out with an 84-70 win in Tuesday’s RMAC Shootout quarterfinal.
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Colorado Mines couldn’t stop Nick Tomsick often, as the Fort Lewis College junior and All-RMAC second-team selection hit 9 of 16 from the field and 5 of 8 from 3-point range Tuesday night.
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Colorado Mines got its hands on a late rally to force overtime, then its first lead of the game in the extra period, but Nick Tomsick scored nine of his career-high 28 points in OT to push No. 22 Fort Lewis College to an 84-70 win the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout quarterfinals Tuesday night at Whalen Gymnasium. “I think the biggest part was just motivation to win for our seniors. We didn’t want our seniors to go out like that,” Tomsick said.
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Marcus Ayala blew past Trey Winbush and Colorado Mines for 15 points to help Fort Lewis College top the Orediggers in overtime in Tuesday’s Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference Shootout quarterfinal at Whalen Gym.
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Alex Herrera, the RMAC Defensive Player of the Year, had 10 points and nine rebounds in the Skyhawks’ RMAC Shootout quarterfinal victory over Colorado Mines on Tuesday at Whalen Gym.
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