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College Softball: Raiders roll into title game

The Central Lakes College Raiders faced Mesabi Range in postseason play Friday, May 5.

Halle Zupan
Halle Zupan

BRAINERD โ€” Halle Zupan was 3-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs as the top-seeded Central Lakes College Raiders cruised to a 13-0 victory over No.4 seeded Mesabi Range in the MCAC Northern Division tournament Friday, May 5.

Gabrielle Dulas hit a two-run home run for the Raiders while Hannah Christle finished 2-3 with a triple and three RBIs.

Zakia Herron and Emma Tautges each recorded two hits for the Raiders who advanced to the Northern Division tournament championship game against No. 2 seeded Itasca at noon, Saturday, May 6, at CLC.

Mesabi Range 0 1 0

Central Lakes 13 14 0

WP: Marissa Callahan. 2B: CLC-Emma Tautges, Hailey Wright. 3B: CLC-Hannah Christle, Halle Zupan. HR: CLC-Gabrielle Dulas. Overall: CLC 12-14. Next: No. 1 Central Lakes vs No. 2 Itasca at CLC noon, Saturday, May 6.

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