Mavericks fall despite Cimolino’s huge game

Colorado Mesa University’s Trent de Braga, 6, glances back over his shoulder at New Mexico Highlands defensive back Tyson Stephens as he picks up yardage on a breakaway during the first half of Saturday’s loss at Stocker Stadium. Stephens eventually pulled de Braga down a few yards short of the end zone, but Colorado Mesa managed to score a few seconds later.



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Colorado Mesa University’s Trent de Braga, 6, glances back over his shoulder at New Mexico Highlands defensive back Tyson Stephens as he picks up yardage on a breakaway during the first half of Saturday’s loss at Stocker Stadium. Stephens eventually pulled de Braga down a few yards short of the end zone, but Colorado Mesa managed to score a few seconds later.

For the third consecutive week, the Colorado Mesa University football team had the lead going into the fourth quarter, but for the second time the Mavericks watched it evaporate. New Mexico…




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