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All-American

Sarah Miller of Crosslake, a freshman libero at Central Lakes College in the 2012 volleyball season, has earned All-American status in both the National Junior College Athletic Association Division III and American Volleyball Coaches Association individual honors. She is one of 12 first-team NJCAA picks and 18 players in all …

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First win for men

Kevin Kuefler (shown) scored 20 points and nabbed nine rebounds in a Central Lakes College men’s basketball win, 86-82,  over the Concordia  junior varsity Wednesday in Brainerd. The effort earned his Northern Division Player of the Week honors for Week 3 of the MCAC. Tyler Flugum added 16 points and seven …

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Women lose to Cobber JV

The Central Lakes College women’s basketball team lost to the Concordia Cobbers junior varsity, 86-56, Monday. Lindsay Monson led the Raider scoring with 17 points and had 10 rebounds, Taalyr Egeness added 13 points and Sierra Benning 10. FG 24-63 (38 percent). FT 5-9 (55 percent). Overall: 0-4. Next: host Anoka-Ramsey 6 p.m. …

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Raider teams lose

The Central Lakes College men’s and women’s basketball teams are still looking for their first wins of the 2012-13 season. The Raider women (0-3) lost 70-35 to Minnesota State Community and Technical College (MSCTC) at Fergus Falls Saturday, Nov. 17, and the CLC men (0-3) fell to the Spartans, 75-70. …

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Football team moves up

Despite not playing a game last weekend, the Central Lakes College football team moved up to No. 8 from No. 10 in the latest NJCAA poll. The Raiders are awaiting word  regarding a possible post-season bowl game, with several bowl game hosts reportedly showing interest. More should be know sometime …

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Player of the Year

Sarah Miller, a freshman from Crosslake, was named Northern Division Player of the Year by the Minnesota College Athletic Conference in 2012. The Brainerd High School graduate played in the libero position, which is a defensive or service-receiving specialist. Her role isn’t one that tallies a lot of statistics, said …

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CLC Fall Classic

Women close the gap The Central Lakes College women continued the growing process Saturday afternoon with a 74-67 loss to Bismarck State at the Brainerd campus in the CLC Fall Classic basketball invitational. Freshman guard Sierra Benning (shown) of Clarissa led the Raiders with 17 points on 5-of-7 shooting. Lindsay Monson …

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Raiders lose openers

The Central Lakes College men’s and women’s basketball teams dropped their season openers Friday in the CLC Fall Classic on the Brainerd campus. The women lost to Bismarck State (N.D.), 78-50, and the men lost a last-second heart-breaker to United Tribes (Bismarck, N.D.), 73-71. Taaylr Egeness led the Raider women …

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Raiders finish at No. 10

The Central Lakes College Raiders football team, which on Nov. 4 won the Minnesota College Athletic Conference championship, 33-23, over Rochester, is ranked 10th in the NJCAA football poll released Nov. 6. This is the highest ranking for CLC during the season, which brought 10 straight wins after the opening 30-28 …

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Honors

Central Lakes College student athletes have earned post-season honors for their effort during the recently completed Minnesota College Athletic Conference football season. The Raiders captured the 2012 MCAC championship on Nov. 4 with a 33-23 win over defending champion Rochester. The CLC team earned a No. 12 national ranking on …

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