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College Volleyball: Raiders season ends in semifinals

The Central Lakes College Raiders opened Region 13A Tournament play Friday, Oct. 28.

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WHITE BEAR LAKE — An ace serve is how it ended for the No. 4 seeded Central Lakes College Raiders.

The top-seeded Century Wood Ducks eliminated the Raiders 3-1 from the Region 13A Tournament Friday, Oct. 28, on an ace serve.

The Raiders lost 30-28, 13-25, 25-23 and 25-21.

No other stats were available following the semifinal contest.

“I’m super proud of this team that preserved through a lot,” Raiders head coach Jane Peterson said. “This is a team that never gave up, that leaned on each other when things were hard and inspired a lot of people.”

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The Raiders concluded the season with a 15-14 overall record, but six of those losses were by forfeit due to a clerical error.

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