Late game miscues cost No. 13 CSI an upset over No. 7 SLCC

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) CSI took on the highest ranked team they've played so far this year. The Salt Lake Community College Bruins led by ten at halftime and as many as 13. But then CSI made a rally.

David Walker one of the key reasons why, his drive, cuts the deficit to just two with under nine to go.

Then Walker sees a cutting Coreyoun Rushin, Salt Lake still up two.
A little later in the game, the Bruins and Golden Eagles going back and forth.

After sitting for a moment, Brayden Parker back in the game and the CSI defense thinking that Parker blocked this shot, so did coach Jared Phay. But not the case.

Now the Bruins up five again, after Cameron Mack's three pointer from the top of the arch, he posted a game-high 24 points.

The Golden Eagles only had a lead for nine minutes of the game, as the Bruins go back to Utah with smiling faces, following the 100-91 win.

CSI made poor decisions late, which turned into costly turnovers and could not find their groove.

Malik Porter finished the game with 16 points, seven rebounds and five blocked shots. David Walker added 16 points. Roberto Gittens had a solid night, posting 11 points, five rebounds and seven assists.

The Golden Eagles hit the road for contests at Snow College and Utah State University-Eastern.

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