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Eagles overwhelm Hill Air Force Base, lose to Westminster


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By MELANIE STEELE
Sports Reporter

Leonta Matthews breaks to open himself up for an inbounds pass against Westminster on Saturday.

College of Eastern Utah fielded a pair of non-conference games last weekend in preparation for the upcoming slew of conference games which will determine seeding for the region tournament in March.

The Eagles travelled to Salt Lake City Friday to play the Westminster Griffins.

CEU lost the matchup, 62-70.

For Hill Air Force Base on Saturday, the team regained a focus that was lacking the previous night.

CEU doubled HAFB in points, winning 102-50 at home.

This weekend, the team will travel with the womens team to Snow College for back-to-back conference games.

Snow is currently tied for first in Scenic West Athletic Conference standings with Dixie State.

The two teams share an 8-4 record.

CEU trails with a 7-5 conference record, tied for second with College of Southern Idaho.


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