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College Baseball: Raiders split with St. Cloud Tech

Central Lakes College hosts St. Cloud Tech for a doubleheader May 2.

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Nolan Notch.

BRAINERD โ€” Nolan Notch pitched a complete game, three-hit, shutout in Game Two as the Central Lakes College Raiders split a doubleheader with the St. Cloud Tech Cyclones Monday, May 2.

Leo Villa went 3-for-3 with a double and an RBI in Game One as the Raiders fell 5-3 to the Cyclones. Derin Gaudette tallied two hits for the Raiders while Mason Argir hit a double.

Noah Cekella was tagged with the loss as he gave up five runs over six innings while also recording two RBIs at the plate.

Notch only needed 92 pitches for the Raiders to complete the seven-inning shutout as he struck out two and allowed three hits and two walks in the 5-0 victory.

Erubiel Ozuna went 2-4 with a triple and an RBI while Rylee Rauch and Erik Bungum each doubled for CLC.

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Villa completed a perfect day at the plate by going 2-2 with a walk and an RBI in Game Two.

The Raiders improved their record to 22-11 overall and 9-3 in the division and currently hold the top-seed in their division.

Game One

St. Cloud Tech 5 5 1

Central Lakes 3 8 1

WP: Christian Lessman. LP: Noah Cekella. 2B: CLC-Mason Argir, Leo Villa.

Game Two

St. Cloud Tech 0 3 1

Central Lakes 5 7 0

WP: Nolan Notch. LP: Brady Linn. 2B: CLC-Rylee Rauch, Erik Bungum. 3B: CLC-Erubiel Ozuna. Division: CLC 9-3. Overall: CLC 22-11. Next: CLC at Century (2) 2 p.m. Tuesday, May 3.

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