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Men's College Basketball: Raiders stage comeback win over Thunder

CLOQUET--Trailing by seven points at the half, the Central Lakes Raiders staged a second half comeback on their way to a 92-87 win over the Fond Du Lac Tribal Thunder in a Northern Division game Wednesday.

CLOQUET-Trailing by seven points at the half, the Central Lakes Raiders staged a second half comeback on their way to a 92-87 win over the Fond Du Lac Tribal Thunder in a Northern Division game Wednesday.

Lowell Griggs' 29 points led the Raiders, and Keonte' Jenkins added 19, Noah Champion tallied 11 points, and Malik Kelly and Al-Jureau Ray each finished with 10 as CLC moved to 7-6 overall in division play.

They also earned a season sweep over the Thunder as the Raiders defeated Fond Du Lac by a 83-60 in January.

The Raiders are locked into the third spot in the Northern Division and clinched a playoff spot. They will close the regular season at Hibbing Saturday.

Fond Du Lac 51 36 - 87

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Central Lakes 44 48 - 92

FOND DU LAC

Jessie Ellerbe 12, Tristan Snow 8, Raymond White 23, Eric Grant 2, Alex Walther 5, Dwayne Saunders 14, Saivon Parker 23. FG 32-72 (44 percent), FT 13-15 (87 percent). 3-point 10-36 (28 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

Cameron LeShore 8, Malik Kelly10, Keonte' Jenkins 19, Lowell Griggs 29, Sonam Paichang 5, Al-Jureau Ray 10, Noah Champion 11. FG 35-72 (40 percent), FT 18-27 (67 percent). 3-point 4-13 (31 percent). Division: 7-6. Overall: 14-12. Next: at Hibbing 3 p.m. Saturday.

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