Regis’ sharp attack cuts through FLC lacrosse

Regis’ sharp attack cuts through FLC lacrosse

Rangers’ ‘passion’ trumps Skyhawks’ goalie play
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Ellie Carpenter, Kathryn Dunn and the Fort Lewis Skyhawks’ transition game struggled mightily to get clears Saturday; while Maribel Gallegos and Regis were 17-for-21 on clears Saturday, Fort Lewis College was 18-for-31 in the Rangers’ 17-9 victory in the Skyhawks’ home opener.
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Fort Lewis College goalkeeper Alyssa Spencer had a number of impressive, point-blank saves against Hilary Duda and the Regis Rangers. Spencer, a freshman alumna from Durango High School, made 16 saves Saturday in a 17-9-but-could’ve-been-worse loss at Ray Dennison Memorial Field. “We’re so lucky,” teammate Ally Kvidera said of Spencer’s presence. “There’s not enough ‘thank yous.’”
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Junior midfielder Ally Kvidera tallied an assist in the Skyhawks’ loss Saturday at FLC, and she also scored two goals, the first eclipsing the 100-mark, the first FLC women’s lacrosse player to reach the century mark.
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