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Women's College Basketball: Raiders fall to United Tribes

Tanisha Beetso pumped in 33 points as the Central Lakes College Raiders dropped a 97-90 decision to United Tribes Technical College in a non-division game Friday.

Tanisha Beetso pumped in 33 points as the Central Lakes College Raiders dropped a 97-90 decision to United Tribes Technical College in a non-division game Friday.

Aleia Lupa added 17 points, Sam Schimpp 13 and Naomi Lane nine as CLC suffered its loss of the season.

UNITED TRIBES

Tariq Brownotter 19, K'Lona Lofton 16, Ramie DeCoteau 15, Mia Wilkinson 27, Ky'Lee Driftwood 14, Danielle Peltier 6. FG 40-68 (58.8percent), FT 10-11 (90.9 percent). 3-point 7-12 (58.3 percent).

CENTRAL LAKES

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Katelyn Waytashek 2, Aleia Lupa 17, Amber Robben 4, Maddey Mellon 7, Taylor King 3, Sam Schimpp 13, Tanisha Beetso 33, Liz Anderson 2, Naomi Lane 9. FG 28-67 (41.8 percent), FT 26-29 (89.7 percent). 3-point 8-17 (47.1 percent). Overall: 1-1. Next: host Northeast Community College (Iowa) 5 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 18.

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