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Women's College Basketball: No. 1 Northland bests Raider women

No. 1 Northland bests Raider women

THIEF RIVER FALLS — Taalyr Egeness and Lindsay Monson each scored 14 points as the Central Lakes College Raiders lost 73-44 to sixth-ranked Northland Pioneers in a Northern Division game Wednesday in Thief River Falls.

The Raiders, who were out-shot 49-30 by the Pioneers, ended a five-game winning streak but are tied for second place in the Northern Division. Northland, with a 16-1 record, is leading the division.

“We just ran into a buzzsaw tonight,” said Raiders head coach Dennis Eastman. “They were hot. Everything they put up went in.”

Northland 36 37 -73

Central Lakes 25 19 -44


Jenna Lundon 19, Eva Lampert 12, Tia Klein 6, Kember Anderson 4, Whitney Rogstad 11, Britta Glass 4, Caitlin Hadrava 5, Sarah Durand 12. FG 32-65 (49 percent), FT 7-14 (50 percent). 3-point 2-11 ( percent).


Sierra Benning 2, Mariya Pierskalla 2, Ashley Arneson 6, Taalyr

Egeness 14, Lindsay Monson 14, Jalynn Lamb 6. FG 16-54 (30 percent), FT 9-15 (60 percent). 3-point 3-9(33 percent). Division: 5-2. Overall: 6-12. Next: host Rainy River 1 p.m. Saturday.

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