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College Softball: Maurer, Raiders down Riverland 14-1

Central Lakes played two games Saturday, April 2.

Rebecca Maurer
Rebecca Maurer
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ROCHESTER — Rebecca Maurer finished 2-3 with a double, two runs and four RBIs as the Central Lakes College Raiders roughed up Riverland 14-1 in Game Two Saturday, April 2, at the Rochester Crossover Tournament.

Cassidy Zontelli was 3-3 with a run and an RBI and Sarah Kossan went 2-4 with two runs and RBI at the top of the Raiders' order.

Halle Zupan and Zakia Herron were both 3-3 with three runs scored. Herron added a double and Addie Sanford drove in two runs.

Victoria Wagner pitched the victory. She allowed one run on five hits and no walks. She struck out six in five innings of work.

Brooke Corrigan drove in Zontelli for the Raiders' only run in a 9-1 loss to Bay College in Game One of Saturday’s tournament.

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Sydnee Johnson and Herron were both 2-for-2, but Bay College’s Rachael Winkel held CLC to just four hits and one run. She walked one and struck out two.

Game One

Bay College 9 11 0

Central Lakes 1 6 3

WP: Rachael Winkel. LP: Marissa Callahan.

Game Two

Riverland 1 5 0

Central Lakes 14 17 2

WP: Victoria Wagner. 2B: CLC-Zakia Herron, Rebecca Maurer. Overall: CLC 5-8. Next: Central Lakes hosts Northland (2) 3 p.m. Wednesday, April 6.

Related Topics: LOCAL SPORTSCENTRAL LAKES COLLEGESOFTBALLCOLLEGE SOFTBALL
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