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Hometown hero

Milliet off the bench and onto the board
Jordan Hix and No. 3 Fort Lewis College held much of the possession and held Lency Chiles and No. 6 UC-Colorado Springs to just eight shots in Wednesday’s 1-0 victory at Dirks Field. Hix, however, left her home field on crutches after suffering a second-half ankle injury.
Brooke Milliet hadn’t played much forward since her playing days at Durango High School. Turns out, it was just like riding a bike. Milliet, who started at striker Wednesday, scored the game’s first goal, game-winning goal and only goal in the Skyhawks’ 1-0 victory in the RMAC Tournament quarterfinals.
Madyson Wellcome and Fort Lewis College threatened Kelly Schroeder and the UC-Colorado Springs net 18 times, and Brooke Milliet’s tally in the 18th minute was enough for a 1-0 win in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament Wednesday at Dirks Field.
Madyson Wellcome and the Fort Lewis College defense allowed few quality scoring chances and held UC-Colorado Springs at bay to set up a second-round Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament matchup against Metro State on Friday in Golden.
After turning her ankle in the Skyhawks’ 1-0 victory Wednesday at Dirks Field, Jordan Hix might have to sit out the rest of the RMAC Tournament. Hix left on crutches, then went for X-rays to determine the extent of the injury.

Hometown hero

Jordan Hix and No. 3 Fort Lewis College held much of the possession and held Lency Chiles and No. 6 UC-Colorado Springs to just eight shots in Wednesday’s 1-0 victory at Dirks Field. Hix, however, left her home field on crutches after suffering a second-half ankle injury.
Brooke Milliet hadn’t played much forward since her playing days at Durango High School. Turns out, it was just like riding a bike. Milliet, who started at striker Wednesday, scored the game’s first goal, game-winning goal and only goal in the Skyhawks’ 1-0 victory in the RMAC Tournament quarterfinals.
Madyson Wellcome and Fort Lewis College threatened Kelly Schroeder and the UC-Colorado Springs net 18 times, and Brooke Milliet’s tally in the 18th minute was enough for a 1-0 win in the first round of the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament Wednesday at Dirks Field.
Madyson Wellcome and the Fort Lewis College defense allowed few quality scoring chances and held UC-Colorado Springs at bay to set up a second-round Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference tournament matchup against Metro State on Friday in Golden.
After turning her ankle in the Skyhawks’ 1-0 victory Wednesday at Dirks Field, Jordan Hix might have to sit out the rest of the RMAC Tournament. Hix left on crutches, then went for X-rays to determine the extent of the injury.
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