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Men win 21st
Marcus Ayala scored 20 points as the third -ranked NJCAA Division III Central Lakes College Raiders downed another Southern Division opponent, defeating Minnesota West, 85-59, Wed., Jan. 26 at Worthington to make it 21-0 on the year. Kwamaine Johnson added 11 and Nick Grewe 10. The Raiders got the win despite shooting just 58 percent at the free-throw line. Next: Sat., Jan. 29 at CLC vs. 10th-ranked Minnesota State Community and Technical College, aka M State (Fergus Falls), which CLC edged, 73-72, Jan. 5 at Fergus Falls. The Spartans blasted Riverland at Austin Jan. 26, 106-69, to improve to 17-4 on the year and set up a very big showdown this Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. in Brainerd vs. the Raiders.

Women lose 11th straight

The Minnesota West Bluejays, ranked ninth in the NJCAA Division III poll with a 17-3 record, shot out to a 40-28 halftime lead and coasted to a 77-53 win over CLC, which lost its 11th straight. The last win for the Raiders was Dec. 7 over Hibbing. Stephanie Neugebauer scored 16 points and Katie Hochsprung 12 for the 7-14 Raiders. The bright spot: CLC hit 13 of 17 free throws (76 percent). Stephanie is third in Southern Division scoring with a 15.8 points-per-game average.

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