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Colorado Mines bests BHSU; Hardrockers roll over Fort Lewis

GOLDEN, Colo. – Black Hills State football dropped its Saturday matchup with the No. 9/18 Orediggers, 38-0.

The Yellow Jackets (5-3, 3-3 RMAC) were up against a tough CSM squad, but were able to refrain from surrendering a turnover while putting up 146 yards of total offense.

The defense showed good pressure, totaling four sacks in the ballgame, but the offense was held to 0-for-13 on third downs.

Doodles and Nicc Quinones each notched a sack in the game while Ryder Blair also had one for a 10-yard loss.

Keenan Eck rounded out the team’s four sacks in the game, giving him 5.5 total sacks on the year in his impressive freshman campaign.

Blair led the way with nine total tackles, while Nicc Quinones had eight, Bailey Rosenstrauch had seven and Doodles Quinones made six.

On offense, Nolan Susel ran 15 times for 57 net yards on the ground, while Hasaan Williams led the receivers with seven catches for 73 yards.

Quarterback Chance Eben completed 16 of 25 pass attempts for 107 yards.

Meanwhile, The Hardrockers were able to get back in the win column on Saturday, defeating Fort Lewis on their homecoming. South Dakota Mines took early control and was able to maintain it throughout, winning by the score of 65-20.


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