No. 4 Metro dunks FLC after the half

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No. 4 Metro dunks FLC after the half

This year’s upset special slips away from the Skyhawks at home
Alex Herrera’s dunks brought a sizeable crowd to a frenzy Saturday night at Whalen Gymnasium, but they weren’t enough to lift Fort Lewis College, which fell 78-65 to No. 4 Metro State one year after upsetting the top-ranked team in the country on its home floor.
Mike Matthews weaved his way through Will Sinclair, Mitch McCarron and Metro State for 17 points, but Brandon Jefferson’s 31-point night lifted No. 4 Metro State to a 13-point victory over Fort Lewis College on Saturday.
Mike Matthews was aggressive getting to the basket, going 7-of-10 from the free throw line and scoring 17 points in a losing effort against Obi Kyei and No. 4 Metro State on Saturday.
Oscar Garcia had five points and six rebounds, but No. 4 Metro State snapped Fort Lewis College’s six-game winning streak Saturday night with a 13-point victory at Whalen Gym.

No. 4 Metro dunks FLC after the half

Alex Herrera’s dunks brought a sizeable crowd to a frenzy Saturday night at Whalen Gymnasium, but they weren’t enough to lift Fort Lewis College, which fell 78-65 to No. 4 Metro State one year after upsetting the top-ranked team in the country on its home floor.
Mike Matthews weaved his way through Will Sinclair, Mitch McCarron and Metro State for 17 points, but Brandon Jefferson’s 31-point night lifted No. 4 Metro State to a 13-point victory over Fort Lewis College on Saturday.
Mike Matthews was aggressive getting to the basket, going 7-of-10 from the free throw line and scoring 17 points in a losing effort against Obi Kyei and No. 4 Metro State on Saturday.
Oscar Garcia had five points and six rebounds, but No. 4 Metro State snapped Fort Lewis College’s six-game winning streak Saturday night with a 13-point victory at Whalen Gym.
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