Tuesday, May 19, 2015

Three former Raiders invited into NFL training camps

Three former Central Lakes College Raiders have been invited into NFL training camps.
They are:
· Frank Mays, CLC Defensive End 2010-11 (All-American in 2011), from Bemidji.
· Stoney Burns, CLC Cornerback 2010 (All-American in 2010), from Orlando, Fla.
· Robert Howell, CLC Defensive Tackle 2010-11, from Minneapolis.
“It is exciting to see graduates of Central Lakes College and the Raider Football Program continue to pursue their dreams of professional football with such great success,” said Greg Medeck, head football coach at CLC. “These young men have elevated their athletic careers to the highest level and each began their journey here at CLC.”

Monday, April 20, 2015

Kassulker Powers CLC to Game One win

Faith Kassulker went 2-for-2 with three runs, three RBIs, and a double during the Central Lakes College Raiders' 12-1 win over the Northland Pioneers in the first game of a Northern Division doubleheader Saturday at Findorff Field.

In the first game, the Raiders had a 10-run first inning with RBI singles from Journee Howard, Kiana Edwards and Alex Palm. MacKenzie Holst also drove in a CLC run.

In the Raiders' second-game 6-4 win over the Pioneers, Kristen Gottfredson and Lindsey Marcyes delivered run-scoring doubles in CLC's 4-run second inning. Gottfredson finished with two RBIs.

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Raiders Finish Fourth in MCAC/Region 13 Tournament

The Raiders men's basketball team finished fourth in the MCAC/Region 13 Basketball Tournament. CLC beat MnWest in quarterfinal action on Friday 95-82, but lost to Rochester 77-72 in their semifinal game. The played in the tournament third place game on Sunday losing to Anoka Ramsey by a score of 72-69. The Raiders finish the season with a 24-6 record.

Monday, February 23, 2015

CLC Puts Exclamation Point on 23-4 Regular Season

A successful regular season came to a scintillating conclusion as the Central Lakes College Raiders dominated in every facet of the game in a 112-57 win over the Hibbing Cardinals on Saturday.

Jake Dryer came off of the bench to lead Central Lakes with 16 points, and was followed by Radamus Jones with 15. The Raiders received scoring from 13 players, and all 15 players received playing time.

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Monday, February 16, 2015

Raiders Clutch in Big Win

It was a hungry Northland Pioneers team that faced the Central Lakes Raiders Saturday.

The Raiders sent them home starving as CLC made crucial free throws in the stretch run to defeat the Pioneers 73-63.

The Raiders, behind 14 first-half points from Alex Koch, led 35-33 at the break. In the second half, pulled away thanks to 13-of-16 shooting from the free throw.

Koch led all scorers with 18 points, including 4-5 from behind the 3-point line. Radamus Jones finished with 14 points followed by N'Gai Dixon with 10.

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#1 Ranked Northland Knocks Off Raiders

There were numerous excuses the Central Lakes College Raiders could have used for not showing up for Saturday's game with national power Northland.

No. 1, would be tired legs as they were on the second of back-to-back games after a win over Itasca Friday. No. 2, the Pioneers are the defending NJCAA Division III national champs and entered the game with a No. 1 ranking and a 21-2 record, including 11-0 in Northern Division play. No. 3, would be past history as the Pioneers handed the Raiders a 79-53 defeat in Thief River Falls Jan. 28.

Faced with these reasons, the Raiders showed up anyway and held the Pioneers to their second lowest scoring day of the season. Northland still managed to beat CLC 58-48 to remain undefeated in division play.

Kelly Pearson led all scorers with 19 points. Bethany Cressman finished with 12 points.

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Raiders Help Russell Collect 350

GRAND RAPIDS - Davaghndre Jones recorded 15 points and 10 rebounds during the Central Lakes College Raiders 87-65 Northern Division win over the Itasca Vikings Friday. It was win No. 350 for Raiders head coach Jim Russell.

"It's always been about the kids and the players," said Russell. "They are the ones who win the games. It started from Day One. We built this thing and the kids believe in it. We have great support from the school and community. We just want to keep this growing. It's not about the numbers, but about the process and who is in that process."

N'Gai Dixon added 13 points for the Raiders and Radamus Jones scored 12.

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