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State colleges: Idaho State women rally past Weber State
First Published Jan 20 2014 11:18 pm • Last Updated Jan 20 2014 11:18 pm

The Idaho State women’s basketball team rallied to beat Weber State 60-58 on Monday night in Pocatello, Idaho.

Sophomore guard Regina Okoye led the Wildcats (4-11, 0-6 Big Sky Conference) with 17 points, and Desiree Ramos added 11 points.

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The Wildcats led for most of the game before Lindsey Reed, Idaho State’s leading scorer, spurred an 11-1 Bengal run from about the five-minute mark to the two-minute mark.

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