4th-quarter frustration

Strong finish helps Mines win fifth straight against Mesa

Ryan Sivetts, 54, and the Colorado Mesa defense kept Justin Dvorak and the Colorado Mines offense in check until the fourth quarter Saturday in a 27-10 loss at Stocker Stadium. The Orediggers scored 27 points in the final quarter to snap the Mavericks’ four-game winning streak.



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Ryan Sivetts, 54, and the Colorado Mesa defense kept Justin Dvorak and the Colorado Mines offense in check until the fourth quarter Saturday in a 27-10 loss at Stocker Stadium. The Orediggers scored 27 points in the final quarter to snap the Mavericks’ four-game winning streak.

Colorado Mesa’s defense kept making plays, but the Colorado School of Mines’ offense made enough plays in the end. The Orediggers scored 27 points in the fourth quarter to defeat…




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