College Football: Raiders roughed up on the road

The Central Lakes College Raiders traveled to Wahpeton to face NDSCS.

Matt Torres

WAHPETON โ€” Matt Torres threw for 191 yards and a touchdown on 18-of-24 passing for the Central Lakes College Raiders who couldnโ€™t overcome a 24-point first quarter from North Dakota State College of Science leading and fell 52-14 Saturday, Oct. 1.

David Boyd Jr. caught the touchdown pass and finished with three catches for 44 yards.

Jackson Owens caught eight passes for 81 yards and Ethan Cuerra also finished with 81 receiving yards on five catches.

Rashaun Cage rushed for 45 yards and CLCโ€™s other touchdown.

Central Lakes 0 14 0 0 -- 14

NDSCS 24 14 14 0 -- 52

Individual leaders

Rushing: CLC-Rashaun Cage 11-45, Daryel Bell 8-14, Jackson Owens 2-9, Jamonte Franklin 3-8, Anthony Lewis-Royal 2-3, Matt Torres 2-(-6), Landon Jones 1-(-9)

Passing: CLC-Torres 18-24-191

Receiving: CLC-Jackson Owens 8-81, Ethan Guerra 5-81, David Boyd Jr. 3-44, Paul Meyer 3-33, Rashaun Cage 2-17, Connor Neser 2-6, Andrew Cottwalt 1-3

Overall:CLC 2-3. Next: Central Lakes hosts Vermilion 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 8.

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