Men’s College Basketball: Raiders storm past Gogebic

IRONWOOD, Michigan — Jaiquavious Ackey scored 27 points for the Central Lakes College Raiders in their 87-68 win against Gogebic Saturday, Feb. 10.

Jakobe Jones added 20 points and Quamar Gresham 12 points for the Raiders. CLC shot 50% from the field to get the win.

Central Lakes 46 41 — 87

Jaden Borseth 16, Cori Johnson 5, Matt DiGiorgio 3, Eli Talsma 28, Braxton Sbraggia 3, Bradyn Pieper 6, Maksym Sviderskyi 5, Matt Stanic 2. FG 25-53 (47%), FT 15-25 (60%). 3-point 3-14 (21%).

DeWayne Givens 2, Jakobe Jones 20, Johnny Tong 1, Quamar Gresham 12, Broden Fleisher 4, Jaiquavious Ackey 27, Makieth Deng 9, Kyan Reichhoff 2, Jaden Gaines 1, Jayden Broadnax 2, Michael Scott 4, Brady Husmann 3. FG 38-76 (50%), FT 9-20 (45%). 3-point 2-19 (10%). Overall: 15-10. Next: hosts Vermilion 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 16.

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