Kloster and FLC make the ‘winning plays’

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Kloster and FLC make the ‘winning plays’

FLC survives a second-half scare from N.M. Highlands
Mannie Cass and New Mexico Highlands were flying high in the second half, while Lucas Archuleta and the Skyhawks were trying to hold down the fort. Fort Lewis College held on to its lead for a 96-90 victory Saturday at Whalen Gymnasium.
Oscar Garcia and Fort Lewis College split Augy French, Devin McCall and the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys for a 96-90 conference victory Saturday night at Whalen Gymnasium.
Cade Kloster scored 15 points and made several key hustle plays in the Skyhawks’ 96-90 victory over New Mexico Highlands on Saturday night at Whalen Gymnasium. “We call those winning plays in our program,” FLC assistant coach Bob Pietrack said. “Those are the plays you have to make.”
Wes McKenzie scored eight points for the Skyhawks in their six-point victory over New Mexico Highlands on Saturday night at Whalen Gym, but McKenzie left the game with an apparent broken hand.

Kloster and FLC make the ‘winning plays’

Mannie Cass and New Mexico Highlands were flying high in the second half, while Lucas Archuleta and the Skyhawks were trying to hold down the fort. Fort Lewis College held on to its lead for a 96-90 victory Saturday at Whalen Gymnasium.
Oscar Garcia and Fort Lewis College split Augy French, Devin McCall and the New Mexico Highlands Cowboys for a 96-90 conference victory Saturday night at Whalen Gymnasium.
Cade Kloster scored 15 points and made several key hustle plays in the Skyhawks’ 96-90 victory over New Mexico Highlands on Saturday night at Whalen Gymnasium. “We call those winning plays in our program,” FLC assistant coach Bob Pietrack said. “Those are the plays you have to make.”
Wes McKenzie scored eight points for the Skyhawks in their six-point victory over New Mexico Highlands on Saturday night at Whalen Gym, but McKenzie left the game with an apparent broken hand.
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