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Trying season leads to loss at final home game


By Ariel Christy
Sports Editor

The Lady Raiders struggled in their last home game of the season against the Lansing Community College Stars. The women have battled injuries and academic problems all season. With only three starting sophomores the young Raider team could not pull out the win and lost 62-48.

Ariel Christy / Collegiate

Prior to the start of the game Head Coach Eric Taylor honored his three returning players, Dominique Gordon, Kylie McKay and Megan Loveberry. Taylor presented all three women with a bouquet of roses and a special message displaying his gratitude for their hard work and commitment throughout the difficult season.

Alexis Rutter scored a team high ten points during the game, while Hailey Majewski had nine points. Loveberry and Tatiyana Jones each scored eight points. McKay not only scored seven points but showed her tough defense by getting four steals as well.

Their final regular season game will take place against Lake Michigan College in Benton Harbor. The women have a 4-21 record going into the last game. Neither the men or women’s team will participate in postseason play.

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