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Ready. Aim. Fire!

Skyhawks pull out a wild win to win the musket
Doyle Bode and the rest of the Fort Lewis College senior class became the first Skyhawks to fire the musket after a home win over Adams State since 1996 after their dramatic 27-24 victory in the Musket Game on Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field.
Fort Lewis College senior linebacker Joey Alvarez sacked Adams State quarterback Auston Hillman twice, and the FLC defense stiffened late as the Skyhawks rallied for a 27-24 victory on a field goal with no time left in regulation.
Defensive end David Sweet hung on to a tipped pass for an interception in the second quarter Saturday, one of three turnovers forced by Fort Lewis College in its Musket Game victory.
Doyle Bode and Fort Lewis College overcame three turnovers, including an interception by Eddie Stanley, to top Adams State 27-24 in the 48th annual Musket Game on Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field.

Ready. Aim. Fire!

Doyle Bode and the rest of the Fort Lewis College senior class became the first Skyhawks to fire the musket after a home win over Adams State since 1996 after their dramatic 27-24 victory in the Musket Game on Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field.
Fort Lewis College senior linebacker Joey Alvarez sacked Adams State quarterback Auston Hillman twice, and the FLC defense stiffened late as the Skyhawks rallied for a 27-24 victory on a field goal with no time left in regulation.
Defensive end David Sweet hung on to a tipped pass for an interception in the second quarter Saturday, one of three turnovers forced by Fort Lewis College in its Musket Game victory.
Doyle Bode and Fort Lewis College overcame three turnovers, including an interception by Eddie Stanley, to top Adams State 27-24 in the 48th annual Musket Game on Saturday at Ray Dennison Memorial Field.
’Diggers dodge a bullet in Golden

GOLDEN – Colorado School of Mines (6-3, 5-2 Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference) finally found its offense and scored 14 unanswered points in the fourth quarter to avoid an upset with a 14-13 win over Western State (1-7, 1-5 RMAC) on Saturday in Golden.
Chadron State 59, Western N.M. 17
SILVER CITY, N.M. – Chadron State (7-2, 6-1 RMAC) outscored Western New Mexico (2-6, 2-5 RMAC) 43-7 in the second half to coast to victory.
Black Hills State 48, N.M. Highlands 45
LAS VEGAS, N.M. – Christian Parr’s 29-yard field goal with 3 minutes, 46 seconds left gave Black Hills State (1-7, 1-5 RMAC) its first win of the season and dropped the Cowboys to 2-7 overall, 1-6 RMAC).
No. 3 CSU-Pueblo 34, Colorado Mesa 6
PUEBLO – CSU-Pueblo kept Colorado Mesa scoreless after halftime to stay unbeaten.
The ThunderWolves (9-0, 7-0 RMAC) outgained the Mavericks (5-4, 4-3 RMAC) 511-275, and Chris Ashe ran for two touchdowns for the nation’s third-ranked team.

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