ADVERTISEMENT

ADVERTISEMENT

Men’s College Basketball: Raiders roll on the road

Central Lakes College faced St. Cloud Technical in a non-divisional game.

Oliver_Rodney.jpeg
Rodney Oliver

ST. CLOUD — Thirteen different Central Lakes College Raiders scored, led by Rodney Oliver’s 21 points, as the Raiders improved to 4-1 with a 91-47 victory over the St. Cloud Technical Cyclones Wednesday, Nov. 24.

Quamar Gresham led the Raiders with seven rebounds to go with three assists and five points. David Felix came off the bench to add eight points as CLC received 51 points from its bench.

“Overall it was a good team win,” Raiders head coach Jim Russell said. “We were a little worried about celebrating Thanksgiving too soon. These guys are starting to concentrate and getting better and playing together.

“With Rodney leading us in scoring by taking high-percentage shots it helps the rest of the team to make other shots a lot easier.”

CLC shot 38-of-50 (76%) from the field. That included 6-of-9 shooting from 3-point.

ADVERTISEMENT

St. Cloud Technical 25 22 -- 47
Central Lakes 41 50 -- 91

ST. CLOUD TECHNICAL
Reace Anders 9, Jason Fagin 2, William Luok 6, Mason Sohre 10, Michael Asbury 16, Brandon Gullerud 4. FG 15-36 (41.7 percent), FT 15-19 (78.9 percent). 3-point 2-3 (66.7 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES
Carrson Jones 4, Kytavion Norwood 7, Jalen Dearring 8, Adrian Mongaka 6, Quamar Gresham 5, CJ Davenport 3, Traveon Jones 4, Evan Hoy 6, Isaiah Williams 7, Zaa Buffalo 6, Derek Aeilts 6, Rodney Oliver 21, David Felix 8. FG 38-50 (76 percent), FT 9-12 (75 percent). 3-point 6-9 (66.7 percent). Overall: 4-1. Next: Central Lakes vs. Western Technical College at Anoka-Ramsey 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 27.
Covering the Brainerd lakes area sports scene for the past 23 years.
What To Read Next
2 area boys hockey teams hit the ice.
The Northern Lakes Lightning hosts Duluth Marshall
4 area wresting teams hit the mat.
7 Boys basketball teams were in action