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Men's College Basketball: Raiders finish fourth

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COON RAPIDS — John Jedneak posted 14 points and eight rebounds for the Central Lakes College Raiders, who finished fourth in the MCAC/Region 13 tournament with Sunday’s 73-70 loss to Mesabi Range.

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Bryan Gichaba scored 11 points and Danon Briggs finished with six assists on Sunday as the Raiders finished the season 17-13.

“There were 12 lead changes in the game and the biggest lead was by us with eight early in the game,” said Raiders head coach Jim Russell. “It was a tough team to play after a loss late last night. We just didn’t get to the free throw line as much as we wanted to.”

The Raiders fell to the Southern Division’s top-seeded Rochester 104-92 Saturday.

Quincy Bethea scored 23 and Jedneak added 20 points in the loss. Alex Koch scored 15 and Gichaba added 13 for the Raiders.

Third-place game

Mesabi Range 39 34 — 73

Central Lakes 38 32 — 70

MESABI RANGE

Kenneth Delley Jr. 11, Jamal Branco 4, Robert Littleton 15, Devin Brown 6, Jordan Villebrun 10, Bacarius Dinkins 27, FG 26-57 (46 percent), FT 15-23 (65 percent). 3-point 6-25 (24 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

Benji Subah 2, Marcus Brown 6, Melvin Martin 2, Nathan Holm 6, Danon Briggs 2, Isaac Sawyer 2, Bryan Gichaba 11, Quincy Bethea 7, John Jedneak 14, Herbert Tarpeh 6, Alex Koch 12. FG 28-62 (45 percent), FT 6-7 (86 percent). 3-point 8-24 (33 percent). Overall: 17-13.

Semifinal game

Rochester 45 59 — 104

Central Lakes 52 40 — 92

ROCHESTER

Rob Claypool 18, Jumarhi Turner 7, Lavar McCullough 13, Cory Speer 3, Rico Gunn 28, Keiron Sauer 11, Chuck Robinson 20, Robert Ben 2, Alex Richardson 2. FG 41-83 (49 percent), FT 14-25 (56 percent). 3-point 8-21 (38 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

Benji Subah 3, Marcus Brown 4, Bryan Gichaba 13, Quincy Bethea 23, John Jedneak 20, Herbert Tarpeh 7, Alex Koch 15, Danon Briggs 7. FG 32-69 (46 percent), FT 16-23 (69 percent). 3-point 12-26 (46 percent).

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