AUSTIN – A late rally in the bottom of the seventh kept the Central Lakes College Raiders winless over the weekend. Stuck in a 6-6 tie with Riverland, the Raiders saw their hopes of winning one of four games fade when a fly ball found its way to the field leading to a 7-6 loss in Game Two Saturday. The Raiders lost the first game, 16-7, to Anoka-Ramsey. “It was a much better day because the previous day we were 10-runned both times and we didn’t play well at all,” said Pat Held, CLC coach. “We played much better yesterday.” We are 3-13, but we’re one play away from winning five more games. Our record isn’t indicative of where we are at right now.” The Raiders knocked out five extra-base hits in the first game — 2B, CLC-Josh Janzen, Kyle Schaible, Ben Kepner. 3B, CLC-Toby Kaplan; Second game — 2B, CLC-Aaron Olafson, Jake Serfling, Keegan Meagher.