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Men's basketball: Warriors rule glass, stripe

ST. CLOUD-- The Warriors sank 26 of 37 chances at the charity stripe (70 percent) and Beau Herrig snagged 19 rebounds helping Ridgewater College spill St. Cloud Technical College 72-60 Saturday.Neil Helgeson swished three 3-pointers on the way to...

ST. CLOUD- The Warriors sank 26 of 37 chances at the charity stripe (70 percent) and Beau Herrig snagged 19 rebounds helping Ridgewater College spill St. Cloud Technical College 72-60 Saturday.
Neil Helgeson swished three 3-pointers on the way to a team-high 17 points. Terrance Lockett supplied 13 points and 10 rebounds while Jake Rambow, Melvin Kromah and Zak Pendleton each came in at 9 points.
Pendleton went 6 for 6 at the free-throw line.
For the Cyclones, who trailed 38-35 at half, Riley West scored 20 points and Jared Noonan 19.
Herrig, a 6-4 sophomore post from Mountain Lake, had 15 defensive boards as Ridge dominated the caroms 57 to 25.
The Warriors will host first-place Rochester (8-0, 18-3) on Wednesday and Minnesota West Saturday.
Ridgewater 72,
St. Cloud Tech 60
Ridgewater (4-4, 10-11)    38  34 - 72
St. Cloud (1-7, 4-17)    35  25 - 60
RIDGEWATER COLLEGE – 20-63 FG (6-19 3-pt); 26-37 FT; 57 rebounds 57; 18 fouls … Scoring: Zak Pendleton 9, Melvin Kromah 9, Neil Helgeson 17, Terrance Lockett 13, Jake Rambow 90, Jordan Schwarz 2, Jeremy Olson 6, Beau Herrig 7 … 3-point shots: Pendleton, Helgeson 3, Rambow 2 … Rebound leaders: Lockett 10, Herrig 19, Kromah 6… Assist leaders: Lockett 4 … Steal leaders: Lockett 3
ST. CLOUD TECHNICAL COLLEGE – 23-62 FG (3-18 3-pt); 11-14 FT; 25 rebounds; 26 fouls … Scoring: Jeff Leaf 8, Riley West 20, Alex Matchinsky 4, Nate Vang 4, Jared Noonan 19, Zach Jiskra 5 … 3-point shots: Jiskra, West, Noonan  … Rebound leaders: West 5, Vang 5 … Assist leaders: West 3, Noonan 3 … Steal leaders: West 5 … Blocked shots: Vang 5

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