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College Volleyball: CLC’s comeback falls short

Central Lakes College at Mesabi Range Oct. 5

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VIRGINIA — Megan Rinicker tallied 26 kills for the Central Lakes College Raiders as they lost 3-2 to Mesabi Range Wednesday, Oct. 5.

Jaime Johnson spiked 20 kills while Allison Dornseif recorded 46 set assists for the Raiders.

Jacey Rydberg collected 10 kills and 10 set assists in the loss.

The Raiders lost the first two sets before rallying to force the fifth set. CLC dropped the final set 15-13.

Mesabi Range 25 25 20 12 15

Central Lakes 21 17 25 25 13

Division: CLC 8-4. Overall: CLC 11-10. Next: CLC at St. Cloud 6:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 7.

Related Topics: CENTRAL LAKES COLLEGELOCAL SPORTSCOLLEGE VOLLEYBALL
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