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Men's College Basketball: Raider men top century mark in win over Thunder

The Central Lakes College Raiders logged scoring from 12 different players on the way to their eighth straight win in their Northern Division opener against Fond du Lac on Wednesday.

The Central Lakes College Raiders logged scoring from 12 different players on the way to their eighth straight win in their Northern Division opener against Fond du Lac on Wednesday.

Radamus Jones led all scorers with 20 points, and Jake Dryer stepped up with 15 as the Raiders ran away with a 103-78 win.

CLC also distributed the ball well, finishing with 17 team assists. Darsean Woodson led the way with six and Deshun Patterson followed him with five.

Another large margin in the Raiders' favor was the points off of turnovers. CLC was ahead 35-9 in that category.

They finished with 48 percent shooting from the field, but allowed the Thunder to shoot 52 percent from the floor for the game. It was the one area of concern according to head coach Jim Russell.

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"We need to step on the court and give people a fear factor and I felt like we didn't do that tonight," Russell said. "But I am yelling and screaming and we score 103 points. There is a give and take, but I thought the best part of the game was that we shared the ball and we shot the ball well."

Fond du Lac 37 41 - 78

Central Lakes 51 52 - 103

FOND DU LAC

Nick Marshall 15, Kevin Gutter 9, Kyle Gordon 6, Dillon Johnson 17, Pat Gustafson 3, Brandon Williams 6, Donald Gordon 2, Harold Jenkins 6, John Zinter 4, Deandre Bell 10. FG 31-60 (52 percent), FT 4-6 (67 percent). 3-point 12-26 (46 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

Darsean Woodson 10, Deshun Patterson 4 Radamus Jones 20, Jayelyn Price 3, Trey Heinsius 12, TrayVon Lackey 5, Jake Dryer 15, N'Gai Dixon 8, Davaghndre Jones 13, Eric West 3, Alex Koch 6, Chris Ayers 4. FG 35-73 (48 percent), FT 26-32 (81 percent). 3-point 7-17 (41 percent). Division: 1-0. Overall: 11-3. Next: host Itasca 3 p.m. Saturday.

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