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Women’s College Basketball: Raiders drop opener to Rams

The Central Lakes College Raiders opened their season at Anoka-Ramsey Saturday, Nov. 12.

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COON RAPIDS — Jacey Rydberg led the Central Lakes College Raiders with 11 points to go with six boards and an assist in a 76-33 loss to the Anoka-Ramsey Rams Saturday, Nov. 12.

Alyssa Torgerson grabbed a team-high 15 rebounds and blocked three shots to go with eight points and Kalli Papenfuss finished with five points, 10 rebounds, three steals and three blocks.

All of CLC’s points, however, came from the starting five and the Raiders shot just 1-of-16 from 3-point. The Raiders suffered through 40 turnovers to the Rams’ 17.

It was CLC’s first game in three years.

Anoka-Ramsey 18 16 20 22 -- 76

Central Lakes 11 7 11 4 -- 33

ANOKA-RAMSEY

Kimori Morris 9, Destiny Casey 22, Mikayla Kanenwisher 4, Toni Williams 4, Amya Simmons 4, Janae Arnoldi 12, Sydney Kehr 8, Cece Bell 13. FG 29-86 (33.7percent), FT 10-21 (47.6 percent). 3-point 8-30 (26.7 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

Kalli Papenfuss 5, Anessa Davis 9, Alyssa Torgerson 8, Jacey Rydberg 11 FG 10-52 (19.2 percent), FT 12-26 (46.2 percent). 3-point 1-16 (6.3 percent). Overall: 0-1. Next: at Ridgewater 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16.

Related Topics: LOCAL SPORTSCOLLEGE BASKETBALLCENTRAL LAKES COLLEGE
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