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Raiders defend home court
Brainerd MN 506 James St. / PO Box 974 56401

The Central Lakes College Raiders, ranked third in National Junior College Athletic Association Division III, notched their seventh straight win of the season with a 113-60 victory over Fond du Lac in a non-division game Friday.

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All 13 Raiders scored with Kwamaine Johnson leading the way with 20 points. Maurice Hernandez scored 19 followed by Ronnie Kornbaum’s 14. The Raiders shot 48 percent from the field, while holding Fon du Lac to 35 percent

“All thirteen guys played and it was a great game,” said head coach Jim Russell. “Kevin Kuefler led us with seven rebounds, but went down with a knee injury so we hope he is OK. Michael Farrington had a real nice game with 14 assists and no turnovers. Everyone was involved and we played good defense.”

Fond Du Lac 25 35 — 60

Central Lakes 52 61 — 113

FOND DU LAC

Tyler Campbell 11, Luke Chalberg 1, Dustin Christjohn 2, Patrick Dahl 3, Alton Dixon 10, Keandre Ghoram 6, Carlos Holcey 14, Bryce Karppinen 2, Kolten Karppinen 9, Andy Wappes 2. FG 24-69 (35 percent), FT 7-12 (58 percent), 3-Point basket 5-24 (21 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

Cody Hofmann 10, Michael Farrington 6, Ronnie Kornbaum 14, Maurice Hernandez 19, Roberto Lopez 6, Kwamaine Johnson 20, Brandon Davis 6, Kahreem Horsley 6, Kevin Kuefler 9, Matt Christenson 1, Jesse Fleming 10, Brent Koehler 2, Dylan Moorlag 4. FG 46-80 (58 percent). FT 10-21 (48 percent) 3-Point basket 11-23 (48 percent). Overall: 7-0. Next: St. Cloud Technical at CLC 3 p.m.

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