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WOMEN'S BASKETBALL: Poor shooting sinks Raiders

FERGUS FALLS — Lindsay Monson scored 10 points and Taalyr Egeness grabbed eight rebounds as the Central Lakes College Raiders fell to Fergus Falls 70-35 Saturday.

Central Lakes registered a field goal percentage of 20 percent and hit only one out of 12 from behind the arc.

“It just wasn’t a good game,” CLC coach Dennis Eastman said. “We missed a lot of inside shots and have to get better. We’re on the right track and we’re working hard.”

Fergus Falls 34 36 — 70

Central Lakes 23 12 — 35


Morgan Kapphahn 2, Shae Brown 5, Aria Walstad 3, Alyssa Blair 21, Maria Johnson 11, Megan Cole 4, Donna Ripplinger 1, Rhoda Christenson 19, Emily Swenson 2, Cheyanne O’Neal 2.


Sierra Benning 8, Jessica Kadus, Mariya Pierskalla 1, Ashley Arenson, Taalyr Egeness 3, Emily Weber 6, Carlie Sweet 7, Lindsay Monson 10. FT 10-15 (67 percent). 3-point 1-12. Overall: 0-3. Next: host Concordia College JV 7 p.m. Monday.

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