College Football: Torres, Raiders reign over Mesabi Range

Central Lakes traveled to Virginia to face Mesabi Range.

Matt Torres

VIRGINIA — Central Lakes College quarterback Matt Torres completed 15 passes for 256 yards and four touchdowns as the Raiders beat Mesabi Range Community Technical College 44-19 Saturday, Sept. 25.

Noah Foster caught five passes for 52 yards and three touchdowns. CLC’s leading receiver was Caleb Jones with four catches for 125 yards.

Anthony Richmond carried the ball 12 times for 61 yards.

Tucker Schultz caught the first touchdown pass from Torres to hand CLC a 7-0 lead. That was followed by a Daryel Bell 15-yard touchdown run for CLC.


Central Lakes 21 9 7 7 -- 44
Mesabi Range 0 0 12 7 -- 19

First quarter
CLC-Tucker Schultz 18 pass from Matt Torres (Vicente Torres kick)
CLC-Daryel Bell 15 run (Vicente Torres kick)
CLC-Noah Foster 17 pass from Matt Torres (Vicente Torres kick)
Second quarter
CLC-Vicente Torres 20 field goal
CLC-Foster 13 pass from Matt Torres (kick failed)
Third quarter
CLC-Foster 9 pass from Matt Torres (Vicente Torres kick)
MR-Montrellis Wilson 68 pass from Dyshun Brooks (run failed)
MR-Wilson 41 pass from Charles Fluza Jr. (pass failed)
Fourth quarter
CLC-Paul Meyer 10 pass from Jacob Corrow (Vicente Torres kick)
MR-Wilson 8 pass from Fluza (Hunter Pierce kick)
Team statistics
Rushes-yards: CLC 34-84, MR28-84
Pass comp-att-int-yds: CLC 26-38-1-426, MR 13-24-4- 273
Total offense: CLC 72-510, MR 52-357

Individual leaders
Rushing: CLC-Anthony Richmond 12-61, Daryel Bell 13-37; MR-Taquarius Wair 4-34, Brooks 9-31, Keyshawn Becksom 8-19
Passing: CLC-Matt Torres 15-20-1-256, Landon Jones 5-9-0-134, Jakob Corrow 6-9-0-36; MR-Brooks 5-11-2-172, Fluza 7-12-2-93, Tareq Shaw 1-1-0-8
Receiving: CLC-Caleb Jones 4-125, Tucker Schultz 2-74, Ethan Guerra 2-72, Noah Foster 5-52; MR-Montrellis Wilson 5-119, Aundreus Griffin 3-115, Jose Magarin 1-17
Overall: CLC 2-3. Next: Central Lakes hosts North Dakota State College of Science 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 2.
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