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Men's Basketball: Central Lakes clubs Ridgewater

BRAINERD -- Central Lakes hit the century mark for the second consecutive game Friday, thrashing visiting Ridgewater 108-62. The Raiders (5-3) led 58-27 at halftime after going 23-for-37 (62 percent) from the field. Central Lakes cooled off in th...

BRAINERD - Central Lakes hit the century mark for the second consecutive game Friday, thrashing visiting Ridgewater 108-62.

The Raiders (5-3) led 58-27 at halftime after going 23-for-37 (62 percent) from the field. Central Lakes cooled off in the second half, shooting 58 percent, but Ridgewater shot at a 38-percent clip, squelching any possibility of a comeback.

“They biggest thing was that they got us in transition, getting up and down the floor before we could get anything going,” said first-year Ridgewater coach Darren Tighe. “And we didn’t take care of the ball well in the first half.”

Tyler Stegeman had 15 points - behind a trio of 3-pointers - Dashawn Coleman 13 and Eugene Bonner 11 to pace the Ridgewater offense.

The Warriors (5-3) play in Cloquet on Saturday to face Fond du Lac at 3 p.m.

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Central Lakes 108, Ridgewater 62

Ridgewater (5-3)              27  35 -   62

Central Lakes (5-3)          58  50 - 108

Ridgewater

23-60 FG; 7-14 FT; 11 fouls … Scoring: Tyler Stegeman 15, Dylan Schueler 5, Ty O’ Brien 2, Dashawn Coleman 13, Mowlid Muhamud 3, Eugene Bonner 11, Jones Green 2, Aaron Ruter 4, Eric Smith 4, Carl Williams 3 … 3-point shots: Stegeman 3, Schueler 1, Coleman 2, Muhamud 1, Bonner 2 … Rebound leader: Coleman 6 … Assist leader: Coleman 5 … Steal leader: none

Central Lakes

44-73 FG; 9-17 FT; 13 fouls … Scoring: Darsean Woodson 8, Austin Smith 6, Radamus Jones 17, Jerry Truss 10, Trey Heinsius 4, TrayVon Lackey 6, Jake Dryer 21, N’Gai Dixon 4, Kessler Geschwill 6, Davaghndre Jones 11, Quentin Pearson 2, Darvelle Hayes 1, Alex Koch 8, Chris Ayers 4 … 3-point shots: R. Jones 3, Lackey 1, Dryer 5, Koch 2 … Rebound leader: Dixon 8 … Assist leader: Woodson 8 … Steal leader: Woodson 4

 

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